24,600 Traditional 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
Somerset Screen Porch Addition
Mill Valley II
Marcelle Guilbeau, Interior Designer
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West Indies Meets Lowcountry
Across the front of the house, shallow steps of Savannah gray brick descent to a veranda paved in tabby, a concrete made from crushed shells and lime that has been used in the Lowcountry for centuries. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson | Atlantic Archives
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
Greek Revival Remodel - Screened Porch
This home was completely renovated, including an addition. It was transformed from a Colonial style to Greek Revival, which was more fitting for the neighborhood. The screened porch was added as a part of the renovation, with Greek Revival style pillars separating the screens, and durable ipe decking for a floor.
Lindsey Hene Interiors
dreamy back porch
Cogs Construction and Design Inc.
Front Porch Renovation
plantation building corp
piper model home, autumn hall
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