A screened-porch with a bed porch swing.
Tria Giovan

Summer Spot

A front porch offers spectator seating for summer. It's a place to reconnect with family and friends, and it's the perfect spot to watch fireflies come out at night.

This screened-in porch features a bed swing for relaxing. A quilt adds country comfort and style to the solid, practical teak furnishings.

A screen porch overlooking the water.
Jean Allsopp

Fresh Air

Oatmeal-colored spa-weave outdoor fabric and a bevy of ourdoor throw pillows cover wicker chairs and chaise lounges.

A screen porch with a comfy couch.
Carlos Emilio

Bring Outdoor Furniture Inside

A casual sun porch invites use year-round for coffee and casual gatherings.

A screen porch with a large farm doors.
Van Chaplin

Oak Cottage Outdoor Room

For parties and other occasions when additional space is needed, this outdoor area overlooking the pool has the flexibility to serve as an extra room. A long table and chairs can be arranged in front of the fireplace to provide seating. When the weather is cool, large exterior doors can be shut and the double-hung windows closed.

A small front porch.
Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Home, Sweet Home

Your porch acts as a welcome mat and a relaxation spot. While guests may never want to leave this outdoor room with its Adirondack chairs and pastel pillows, the cottage's painted black door adds a touch of dramatic contrast and draws visitors inside.

A small front porch accented with ivy.
Lauri Black

Classic Cottage Porch

Planter boxes, climbing vines, and comfortable seating on this porch brings the garden into the house.

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