Vintage-Inspired Inglewood CottageShabby-chic Style Porch, Los Angeles
Photos by Mark Lohman and styled by Sunday Henrickson for Tumbleweed & Dandelion.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
I like to have a minimum of 8 feet of depth on the front porch. This allows for a chair and a circulation path to the sitting area. Keeping the door to one side of the sitting area will prevent a division of spaces, allowing you to fully utilize your front porch.Even if you think your porch is too small, odds are that it can still suit you and some company just fine. Add a small rocking chair or sofa to a tiny porch for a perfect spot where you can read a book or drink a cup of coffee in the morning.
The little dreams. If I asked you to describe your dream home in detail, what would be on your list? Digging deeper than size and location, what small details make up your ideal home? Let yourself vividly imagine for a few minutes, and I think you might be surprised at the things that you realize are important to you. Could any of them be incorporated into the home you have today?