3,178 verandah Home Design Photos

Highgate House
4 Reviews
Grand Queenslander
and prevent your verandah from feeling too crowded, no matter how limited the space.
Comfortable and cosyIf you have a lot of verandah to fill, like this
Don’t be afraid to fill itThis cosy verandah is at capacity with couches, ottomans, coffee table and pot plants, but still manages to feel spacious. Sticking
plants at the front and back help to create a distinct zone on the long verandah. And remember, you don’t necessarily need to buy new furniture. These owners
“Wall panelling” — julescarroll
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
crowd on your verandah, only to realise that it dominates the space and, in reality, you only use it sporadically, meaning your verandah is rarely used
crowd on your verandah, only to realise that it dominates the space and, in reality, you only use it sporadically, meaning your verandah is rarely used
diningYou don’t need to splash out on expensive dining furniture to make your verandah loveable. A trestle table and an assortment of chairs can be enough to
“Wall” — lauravandehey
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House Clovelly
MinimalLong, narrow verandahs (particularly ones that flow out from the bedroom) are best left uncluttered – particularly when the view is as magical as
to enjoy a glass of wine while the sun goes down.TELL USWhat’s on your verandah or other outdoor space attached to the house? Is it an entertainer’s paradise
Let us know in the comments section.MORE10 Ways to Get More From Your VerandahThe Queenslander: Beautiful, Enduring and Here to StayInside Out: 20 Outdoor
“the roof on the deck” — jilliangrealy
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Highland Homes, Inc.
1 Review
Traditional Front Porch
fresh verandah furnitureA pair of matching rocking chairs, Adirondack chairs or cosy, reclining armchairs are a must when you have a front verandah that
that is visible from the street.4. Upgrade verandah lightingTry replacing tiny wall sconces with a big, statement-making pendant light, add recessed lighting
“brick” — mrdawson
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
south, so the verandah was protected and facing north,” he says. “We oversized the big roof so it acts like a big umbrella.” Unlike most verandah roofs, which
summer sun and allows for a view of the sky. A gutter at the back of the verandah catches rainwater and filters it off the house. Extra-durable laminate
“Interesting kitchen design” — hoike
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Hawaii Residence - Porch
connected verandah facing tennis court
Verandah detail...Qld style verandah
“the trimming” — Nange George
Elaine McKendry Architect
Queenslander, Fig Tree Pocket
Child’s playSometimes the verandah may be more useful as a play/relaxation area that’s easily visible from the house (and enables the kids to play ‘outside’
dedicated dining area. Keeping the space free of permanent furniture allows the verandah to be used for a variety of functions. A few beanbags is all that’s needed
“Jjm” — clothesspin2
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Gillsville House
beauitful - the sunlight, trees and the wooden verandah
Love a covered verandah. Am guessing we will have fair amount of decking around the house and to
shape of these chairs adds so much magic that putting anything else on the verandah may well be too much.
Beautiful verandah
“I like the roof” — lisaidin
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