While small, front porch is an important part of the house and it needs special attention too. It is the face of your house, so picking just random design isn’t advisable. The following ideas aren’t too bad to steal. They offer look and function at the same time while style is on point.
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1. The Long Grained Porch
This is probably the best design to apply on your ranch styled home. It involves natural hues like wooden natural color which is a great contrast to the greens. While it looks natural, you should notice the lines are perpendicular which means it is carefully set. This porch looks warm and very inviting for anyone.
2. Concrete Porch
This is actually a lifted patio yet it makes a decent front porch. The entire deck is concrete and it also has long and narrow steps, which are great for all ages. It also has brick trimming which is really warm and inviting. The natural wooden color makes this porch a cozy place while you can skip the built in grill if you don’t want it on your front porch.
3. Rustic Porch
It seems like rustic style is a never ending delight. This porch combines layers of stones on the lower part while the porch is mostly shingled siding of cedar wood. It looks beautiful while contrasting, and the roof only makes it welcoming and warm. The little setting right in front of the porch adds the leading look as well.
4. Modest Summer Porch
This house features a single but full front porch. Looking at the basic features of the front porch, there is nothing special on it. However, you should love the open air and additional twinkling light on it. It seems like this porch is a gardening spot too, which plants add colors to the porch. Nicely simple.
5. Full Length Ranch Porch
This ranch house isn’t necessarily spacious. Still, it has the luxury of having an ideal type of ranch porch. Get it the full length from side to side, and you have a long deck for leisure. This porch also has everything from solid shelter to rails and steps right on the center front of the porch.
6. Ground Level Porch
This house proves that porch doesn’t have to be raised. Instead, this ground level porch is the most beautiful addition to the house. It exposes the entire excellent design of the house, allowing the owner to frame the front door with full length windows. It makes a welcoming entryway in an effortless way.
7. Cute Seating Porch
This little porch can be small and simple, but it doesn’t lose its charm. The brick wall is only the nicest and warmest detail for a porch to have. Meanwhile, the iron railings give it a subtle and contemporary touch. The privacy is provided by the pretty garden up front. It catches every eye attention while it calls you anytime.
8. Porch with Contrasting Column
This house looks like it has just the right frame for the doorway. The porches are on the right and left side, and they get the overhanging shelter. People on the street can’t see all thanks to the cute little garden in front of it. Meanwhile, the contrasting brick hues and white column are the most beautiful.
9. Medieval Styled Porch
Your porch doesn’t have to be simple and humble all the time. There are several houses that will fit well with elegant. Like this porch that features laid brick, it has all for elegance. Fireplace and seating facing it, and eclectic lighting for a medieval feeling. It is warm and relaxing, which is a look you should steal.
10. Porch with Classic Look
This porch reminds us on how a classic porch can look totally sophisticated. It features stone wall and multiple entries to the porch. It gets contrasting effect from the white painted wooden pillars and railings. It looks deep, well sheltered, warm, providing enough view, and welcoming. Yet the pillars and railings provide all the privacy.
11. The Open Porch
This porch looks very nice thanks to the entire details. The open space idea is enriched with stone work, which is sophistication in this design. It is then completed with wooden accent on the pillars, metal hues for the siding and white painted windows frame and entry. It looks nice and inviting while it is a perfect combination of color and elements.
12. Leisuring Veranda
This porch is large enough and the owner is really smart for adding sections on it. The brick detailing makes a perfect combination with contrasting white paint for the railings, pillars and windows and door frames. You can choose to enjoy the time on the swing, rocking chair, or invite friends for cards.
13. Stone Porch
This is how you combine stone work and modern detailing into a porch. The stone railings and pillars are solid and attractive privacy provider. Its subtle and natural look makes a great canvas for modern detailing next to it. It looks good and well together while the combination creates luxurious look at the same time.
14. Porch of Stone Facade
No other words than sophisticated to describe this porch. The original facade design is already grand, and it looks more natural with the addition of stone wall and floors on it. It is then completed with full length windows, large door, and custom made lights. This porch features modern benches for the afternoon leisure, but it should be great with four seats dining table or more. It looks cozy and elegant at the same time.
15. Porch with Curves
This time we are talking about arching windows on a porch. This porch looks shady and cooling while it is inviting and homey. The key to this look is of course the arching windows that feature tile and stucco on it. It gives privacy to the house owner while sitting there and it makes a great place for pleasuring. Combined with more greens from the plants, it will look totally perfect and inviting all the time.