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Outdoor Living Space in Brookhaven
Outdoor Living Space in Brookhaven
Boyce Design and Contracting
Shades of white play an important role in this transitional cozy chic outdoor space. Beneath the vaulted porch ceiling is a gorgeous white painted brick fireplace with comfortable seating & an intimate dining space that provides the perfect outdoor entertainment setting.
Ann Arbor Screen Porch Addition
Ann Arbor Screen Porch Addition
Rochman Design-Build Inc.
Inspiration for a contemporary screened-in back porch remodel in Detroit
Traverse City Porch & Entry Addition
Traverse City Porch & Entry Addition
Ken Richmond, Architect
Inspiration for a mid-sized craftsman back porch remodel in Other with decking and a roof extension
Screen Porch
Screen Porch
Build Moore
Small minimalist screened-in side porch photo in Raleigh
Schultz
Schultz
JKC Inc General Contractor
Inspiration for a mid-sized rustic front porch remodel in Phoenix with decking and a roof extension
Farmhouse
Farmhouse
Soucie Horner, Ltd.
A contemporary interpretation of nostalgic farmhouse style, this Indiana home nods to its rural setting while updating tradition. A central great room, eclectic objects, and farm implements reimagined as sculpture define its modern sensibility. Photos by Hedrich Blessing
Garage & Breezeway Addition
Garage & Breezeway Addition
The Cleary Company
Barrel vaulted stained ceiling offers drama & architectural interest.
This is an example of a mid-sized traditional concrete porch design in Columbus with a pergola.
Screen Porch
Screen Porch
Build Moore
Small minimalist screened-in side porch photo in Raleigh
Southern Beach Getaway in WaterColor, Florida
Southern Beach Getaway in WaterColor, Florida
E. F. San Juan
Southern Beach Getaway in WaterColor Private Residence / WaterColor, Florida Architect: Geoff Chick & Associates Builder: Chris Clark Construction The E. F. San Juan team collaborated closely with architect Geoff Chick, builder Chris Clark, interior designer Allyson Runnels, and the homeowners to bring their design vision to reality. This included custom interior and exterior millwork, pecky cypress ceilings in various rooms of the home, different types of wall and ceiling paneling in each upstairs bedroom, custom pecky cypress barn doors and beams in the master suite, Euro-Wall doors in the living area, Weather Shield windows and doors throughout, Georgia pine porch ceilings, and Ipe porch flooring. Challenges: Allyson and the homeowners wanted each of the children’s upstairs bedrooms to have unique features, and we addressed this from a millwork perspective by producing different types of wall and ceiling paneling for each of these rooms. The homeowners also loved the look of pecky cypress and wanted to see this unique type of wood featured as a highlight throughout the home. Solution: In the main living area and kitchen, the coffered ceiling presents pecky cypress stained gray to accent the tiled wall of the kitchen. In the adjoining hallway, the pecky cypress ceiling is lightly pickled white to make a subtle contrast with the surrounding white paneled walls and trim. The master bedroom has two beautiful large pecky cypress barn doors and several large pecky cypress beams that give it a cozy, rustic yet Southern coastal feel. Off the master bedroom is a sitting/TV room featuring a pecky cypress ceiling in a stunning rectangular, concentric pattern that was expertly installed by Edgar Lara and his skilled team of finish carpenters. We also provided twelve-foot-high floor-to-ceiling Euro-Wall Systems doors in the living area that lend to the bright and airy feel of this space, as do the Weather Shield windows and doors that were used throughout the home. Finally, the porches’ rich, South Georgia pine ceilings and chatoyant Ipe floors create a warm contrast to the bright walls, columns, and railings of these comfortable outdoor spaces. The result is an overall stunning home that exhibits all the best characteristics of the WaterColor community while standing out with countless unique custom features. --- Photography by Jack Gardner
Oro Valley Forever Home
Oro Valley Forever Home
Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
Master Bedroom Patio.
Inspiration for a southwestern porch remodel in Phoenix
Nostalgic Porch Swing
Nostalgic Porch Swing
Nostalgic Porch Swing Co., LLC
This is an example of a transitional porch design in Other.
Outdoor Spaces: Perfect Places For Entertaining
Outdoor Spaces: Perfect Places For Entertaining
Eldorado Stone
Stone: Stacked Stone - Silver Lining The classic elegance and intricate detail of small stones combined with the simplicity of a panel system give this stone the appearance of a precision hand-laid dry-stack set. Stones 4″ high and 8″, 12″ and 20″ long makes installation easy for expansive walls and column fascias alike. Get a Sample of Stacked Stone: http://shop.eldoradostone.com/products/stacked-stone-sample
Cedar Wrap Around Porches and Shutters
Cedar Wrap Around Porches and Shutters
Good Charlotte Cedar
Robert MacNab
This is an example of a large craftsman concrete front porch design in Charlotte with a roof extension.
Screened Porch Addition
Screened Porch Addition
HomeMasons, Inc
Most porch additions look like an "after-thought" and detract from the better thought-out design of a home. The design of the porch followed by the gracious materials and proportions of this Georgian-style home. The brick is left exposed and we brought the outside in with wood ceilings. The porch has craftsman-style finished and high quality carpet perfect for outside weathering conditions. The space includes a dining area and seating area to comfortably entertain in a comfortable environment with crisp cool breezes from multiple ceiling fans. Love porch life at it's best!
Timeless Custom Home in St.Charles
Timeless Custom Home in St.Charles
Liston Design Build
Inspiration for a timeless screened-in back porch remodel in St Louis
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
CLB Architects
The Peaks View residence is sited near Wilson, Wyoming, in a grassy meadow, adjacent to the Teton mountain range. The design solution for the project had to satisfy two conflicting goals: the finished project must fit seamlessly into a neighborhood with distinctly conservative design guidelines while satisfying the owners desire to create a unique home with roots in the modern idiom.

 Within these constraints, the architect created an assemblage of building volumes to break down the scale of the 6,500 square foot program. A pair of two-story gabled structures present a traditional face to the neighborhood, while the single-story living pavilion, with its expansive shed roof, tilts up to recognize views and capture daylight for the primary living spaces. This trio of buildings wrap around a south-facing courtyard, a warm refuge for outdoor living during the short summer season in Wyoming. Broad overhangs, articulated in wood, taper to thin steel “brim” that protects the buildings from harsh western weather. The roof of the living pavilion extends to create a covered outdoor extension for the main living space. The cast-in-place concrete chimney and site walls anchor the composition of forms to the flat site. The exterior is clad primarily in cedar siding; two types were used to create pattern, texture and depth in the elevations. 
 While the building forms and exterior materials conform to the design guidelines and fit within the context of the neighborhood, the interiors depart to explore a well-lit, refined and warm character. Wood, plaster and a reductive approach to detailing and materials complete the interior expression. Display for a Kimono was deliberately incorporated into the entry sequence. Its influence on the interior can be seen in the delicate stair screen and the language for the millwork which is conceived as simple wood containers within spaces. Ample glazing provides excellent daylight and a connection to the site. Photos: Matthew Millman
3 Season Room with Finnish Sauna
3 Season Room with Finnish Sauna
Degnan Design-Build-Remodel
Charles and Samantha are clients who met us over ten years ago at an open house event we were hosting. Deciding to stay put in their current home, it was a dozen years before they decided to become our clients. They hired our team to build a three-season room addition to the house that they had owned this entire time.
Expansive Front Entry
Expansive Front Entry
John Mast Construction, Inc.
Designed and Constructed by John Mast Construction, Photos by Wesley Mast
Huge mountain style concrete front porch idea in Other with a roof extension

Brown Porch Ideas

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