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1,304 Eclectic Porch Design Photos
Generations ago, the porch was the “living room” of the home. It was the social spot — a place to converse with neighbors, cool off in summer and watch kids as they played in the front yard. Porch swings and glasses of lemonade became symbols of the simple life, but as houses, neighborhoods and air conditioning evolved, families headed indoors or to the backyard instead. Today, it is making a comeback as homeowners look to channel those relaxing olden days with sunrooms, front stoops and wraparounds. More
Atlantic Archives, Inc.
Atlantic Archives Images
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Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
Adrienne DeRosa © 2014 Houzz Inc. "Its all for the love of junk!" exclaims Jennifer, about the free-spirited way of decorating the home's wrap-around porch. "Because it is all outside I won't spend a lot of money on any of it; I find cheap old junk in the trash or garage sales with cute colors or patterns and make it happen." Inspired by the colors from the garden, various i...More
US & Canadian wholesale distributor for Fermob Outdoor Lounge products
Fermob offers a wide range of bright outdoor furniture. Collections range from modern to traditional with 24 colors available for most items.
Chapman Design Group, Inc.
"Three Birds... One Stone"
Donald Chapman, AIA,CMB
My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
CM Glover Photography © 2013 Houzz
DECORATING DEN INT. SHELLEY RODNER C.I.D.
This lovely screened porch was a recent client project. Our goal was to create a warm and welcoming spot that had the feel of an indoor space.
Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
Bringing the inside out; The wide front porch eases the transition from outside to inside, creating an almost room-like feel. The Mohrman's play up this concept by incorporating a variety of furnishings including a former kitchen chair repainted gloss black. String lighting imbues summer evenings with a warm incandescent glow. A colorful array of pillows adorn the swing ...More
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