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Outdoor Shades
Outdoor Shades
Georgia Blinds & InteriorsGeorgia Blinds & Interiors
Outside Porch Project by Georgia Blinds & Interiors for privacy, light control and protection from blowing rain.
Elegant back porch photo in Atlanta
Lehman Street Porch
Lehman Street Porch
Paredes-Grube ArchitectureParedes-Grube Architecture
Large elegant porch photo in New York with decking and a roof extension
Brandon Construction Old Metairie Project
Brandon Construction Old Metairie Project
Jefferson Door CompanyJefferson Door Company
Jefferson Door supplied: Windows: Integrity from Marvin Windows and Doors Ultrex (fiberglass) windows with wood primed interiors. Exterior Doors: Buffelen wood doors. Interior Doors: Masonite with plantation casing Crown Moulding: 7" cove Door Hardware: EMTEK
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Re-direct Front Entry
Re-direct Front Entry
GreenHeart, LLCGreenHeart, LLC
@ Cathy Carr, APLD
Mid-sized elegant stone front porch photo in DC Metro
Dainty Little Porch Remodel
Dainty Little Porch Remodel
Edge ConstructionEdge Construction
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Inspiration for a small timeless screened-in back porch remodel in Other
Behr®
Behr®
BEHR®BEHR®
Inspiration for a timeless porch remodel in Orange County
Entertainment Porch
Entertainment Porch
CORE10 RESIDENTIALCORE10 RESIDENTIAL
Large elegant back porch photo in St Louis with decking and a roof extension
Montevallo Exterior Remodel
Montevallo Exterior Remodel
Precision Homecrafters, LLCPrecision Homecrafters, LLC
Mid-sized elegant stone porch photo in Birmingham with a pergola
Oakdale Porch
Oakdale Porch
Select Construction, LLCSelect Construction, LLC
Note the curved steps
Inspiration for a timeless stamped concrete front porch remodel in Bridgeport with a roof extension
Trachman Screened in Porch
Trachman Screened in Porch
Willis Builders IncWillis Builders Inc
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless screened-in back porch remodel in DC Metro with decking and a roof extension
Pemberton Heights Colonial
Pemberton Heights Colonial
Stephanie WilsonStephanie Wilson
Back Porch Detail Interior design: Stephanie Wilson Interiors Photo Credit: Shelly Hoffman
Elegant porch photo in Austin with decking and a roof extension
Classic Avondale
Classic Avondale
Catlin DesignCatlin Design
Elegant porch photo in Jacksonville
A Seasonal Porch- Spring
A Seasonal Porch- Spring
Robin LaMonte/Rooms RevampedRobin LaMonte/Rooms Revamped
This is an upper level terrace divided by a two sided fireplace. One side is used for dining and the other side is an exterior living room. Sets of french doors make both sides accessible the interior rooms. Dining side is screened in and the living room side is open.Bruno of course prefers the dining terrace... Christina Wedge Photography
Timber Frame Entry
Timber Frame Entry
First Choice Carpentry, Inc.First Choice Carpentry, Inc.
Mid-sized elegant front porch photo in Seattle with a roof extension
Custom Home Design, Delano, MN
Custom Home Design, Delano, MN
Dan J. Heid - Planning & DesignDan J. Heid - Planning & Design
Dan J. Heid
Mid-sized elegant concrete screened-in back porch photo in Minneapolis with a roof extension
Farmhouse Addition & Renovation
Farmhouse Addition & Renovation
Peter B. Rice & CoPeter B. Rice & Co
A new porch was built on the side of the house to replace an existing porch. The porch has screens so that the space can be enjoyed throughout the warmer months without intrusion from the bugs. The screens can be removed for storage in the winter. A french door allows access to the space. Small transoms above the main screened opening create visual interest.

Traditional Porch Ideas

Screen Porches & Porches
Screen Porches & Porches
Deck CreationsDeck Creations
Screened in/open porch hybrid with custom railing and stairs leading to lawn
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless screened-in back porch remodel in Richmond with decking and a roof extension
Private PVC Porch
Private PVC Porch
HwRenewalHwRenewal
Open Patio no more! We worked with the client to come up with the a traditional cross design for the lower panels. We replaced all the posts and wood column wraps with anchored posts and pvc column wraps, with all pvc trims, railings and screen frame boxes. We designed around the client desire for large screens but also the stock-sizes of the the tuff-screen we'd be using. We installed dead-bolt lockable glass/metal doors. We then primed and painted with lifetime paint and installed framed screens that can be easily replaced in the future.
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