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Screened In Porch
Screened In Porch
Noble Renovation
Open deck replaced with a 14' X 29' beautiful screened in, year round functional, porch. EZE Breeze window system installed, allowing for protection or air flow, depending on the weather. Coretec luxury vinyl flooring was chosen in the versatile shade of Manilla Oak. An additional 10' X 16' outside area deck was built for grilling and further seating.
Robin Rooke Way Screened Porch
Robin Rooke Way Screened Porch
Classic Remodeling & Construction, Inc.
Photography: Jason Stemple
Large transitional screened-in back porch photo in Charleston with a roof extension
The Potomac 2017 Homearama Show Home
The Potomac 2017 Homearama Show Home
River City Custom Homes
The Potomac's covered porch can handle anything that you throw at it. Composite tongue and groove flooring as well as a painted tongue and groove ceiling provide for a fun atmosphere!
Southern Farmhouse
Southern Farmhouse
Curran & Co. Architects
Rustic White Photography
Inspiration for a farmhouse porch remodel in Other
Racing Beach Pool House
Racing Beach Pool House
Salt Architecture Inc.
Beach style stone screened-in back porch photo in Boston with a roof extension
A New Entry with Nostalgic Roots
A New Entry with Nostalgic Roots
Thompson Remodeling
The owners of this beautiful historic farmhouse had been painstakingly restoring it bit by bit. One of the last items on their list was to create a wrap-around front porch to create a more distinct and obvious entrance to the front of their home. Aside from the functional reasons for the new porch, our client also had very specific ideas for its design. She wanted to recreate her grandmother’s porch so that she could carry on the same wonderful traditions with her own grandchildren someday. Key requirements for this front porch remodel included: - Creating a seamless connection to the main house. - A floorplan with areas for dining, reading, having coffee and playing games. - Respecting and maintaining the historic details of the home and making sure the addition felt authentic. Upon entering, you will notice the authentic real pine porch decking. Real windows were used instead of three season porch windows which also have molding around them to match the existing home’s windows. The left wing of the porch includes a dining area and a game and craft space. Ceiling fans provide light and additional comfort in the summer months. Iron wall sconces supply additional lighting throughout. Exposed rafters with hidden fasteners were used in the ceiling. Handmade shiplap graces the walls. On the left side of the front porch, a reading area enjoys plenty of natural light from the windows. The new porch blends perfectly with the existing home much nicer front facade. There is a clear front entrance to the home, where previously guests weren’t sure where to enter. We successfully created a place for the client to enjoy with her future grandchildren that’s filled with nostalgic nods to the memories she made with her own grandmother. "We have had many people who asked us what changed on the house but did not know what we did. When we told them we put the porch on, all of them made the statement that they did not notice it was a new addition and fit into the house perfectly.” – Homeowner
Lovelace Farm
Lovelace Farm
Lovelace Interiors
Photography: Colleen Duffley
Cottage front porch idea in Miami with decking and a roof extension
Traditional Elegance
Traditional Elegance
City Homes, LLC
LandMark Photography
This is an example of a traditional porch design in Minneapolis.
My Houzz: Eclectic Charm in a Baton Rouge Renovated Live-Work Cottage
My Houzz: Eclectic Charm in a Baton Rouge Renovated Live-Work Cottage
Kayla Stark
Photo: Kayla Stark © 2016 Houzz
This is an example of an eclectic porch design in New Orleans.
Healdsburg Hillside Ranch
Healdsburg Hillside Ranch
Susan Harmon
Open Homes Photography
Trendy porch idea in San Francisco
Haddock
Haddock
Rufty Custom Built Homes and Remodeling
This is an example of a traditional brick porch design in Raleigh with a roof extension.
Independence Farmhouse
Independence Farmhouse
Rehkamp Larson Architects, Inc.
Scott Amundson Photography
Country porch photo in Minneapolis
Private Residence
Private Residence
Art Haus Luxury Residences + Interiors
Classic porch idea in New Orleans with decking and a roof extension
Model Home- Herriman, Utah (31)
Model Home- Herriman, Utah (31)
Magleby Construction
Ann Parris
This is an example of a cottage porch design in Salt Lake City.
Oakton Estate
Oakton Estate
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Photography: Morgan Howarth. Landscape Architect: Howard Cohen, Surrounds Inc.
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless concrete paver back porch remodel in DC Metro
Kenwood Residence
Kenwood Residence
Upscale Construction
Farmhouse porch idea in San Francisco
Kiawah Residence
Kiawah Residence
Jan Jones LLC
Beach style screened-in porch idea in Dallas with decking and a roof extension
A New Entry with Nostalgic Roots
A New Entry with Nostalgic Roots
Thompson Remodeling
The owners of this beautiful historic farmhouse had been painstakingly restoring it bit by bit. One of the last items on their list was to create a wrap-around front porch to create a more distinct and obvious entrance to the front of their home. Aside from the functional reasons for the new porch, our client also had very specific ideas for its design. She wanted to recreate her grandmother’s porch so that she could carry on the same wonderful traditions with her own grandchildren someday. Key requirements for this front porch remodel included: - Creating a seamless connection to the main house. - A floorplan with areas for dining, reading, having coffee and playing games. - Respecting and maintaining the historic details of the home and making sure the addition felt authentic. Upon entering, you will notice the authentic real pine porch decking. Real windows were used instead of three season porch windows which also have molding around them to match the existing home’s windows. The left wing of the porch includes a dining area and a game and craft space. Ceiling fans provide light and additional comfort in the summer months. Iron wall sconces supply additional lighting throughout. Exposed rafters with hidden fasteners were used in the ceiling. Handmade shiplap graces the walls. On the left side of the front porch, a reading area enjoys plenty of natural light from the windows. The new porch blends perfectly with the existing home much nicer front facade. There is a clear front entrance to the home, where previously guests weren’t sure where to enter. We successfully created a place for the client to enjoy with her future grandchildren that’s filled with nostalgic nods to the memories she made with her own grandmother. "We have had many people who asked us what changed on the house but did not know what we did. When we told them we put the porch on, all of them made the statement that they did not notice it was a new addition and fit into the house perfectly.” – Homeowner
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