Smith & Vansant Architects knows the welcoming power of a pair of porch rockers. For this reinterpreted farmhouse the firm opted for a cheerful turquoise set that stands out against the home's buttery exterior.
These classic rockers look stately against a traditional porch paint combination of gray floors and a sky-blue ceiling. Painting both the rockers and the dining set black gave this porch a coordinated look.
Four green rockers surround a low-slung table for a living room–like effect on this brick patio.
An awning-shaded porch is the perfect summer retreat. Designer Sara Hopkins upholstered the cushions with a print from Pindler & Pindler's outdoor collection.
LKM Design embraced red as the accent color for this white-walled porch. A pair of traditional rockers and metal café chairs look extra stylish in the bold hue.
The owners of this small modern home were so sensitive to its surroundings that the deck was built around a tree on the site. While the budget for the home was tight, the owners sprung for two Eames rockers — a worthy investment.
Smith & Vansant Architects added a porch onto this home to connect it with its recently landscaped outdoor spaces. The architect notes that the wicker rockers give a "comfortable, timeless feel" to the outdoor space.
The deck of this carriage house by dement harris | design is furnished with two Adirondack-style rockers. The red hue is a focal point.
Here four wood rockers surround a small table. An outdoor ceiling fan and an abundance of potted plants make this a cool place to sip an evening cocktail.
Porch furnishings can increase your curb appeal. In this instance, classic black rockers and perfectly pruned topiaries add elegance to this home's entrance.