Upgrading and designing your porch garden is actually a lot of fun. You get to choose among many designs, and you can express yourself through the details. However, if it is your first time or if you want something new, some inspiration won’t hurt. Take a peek on the following ideas for some insights.
1. Columns in Wrap-Around Porch
A wrap-around porch allows you to have different set of seats on each window. Between the columns, you can hang flower pots to cheer up the space. Be wild on your flower options to frame your stairs and add bushes along the line to frame it perfectly.
2. Tulips on Your Small Porch
This small porch is something familiar for a lot of houses downtown. Its small space doesn’t mean you have limited freedom to upgrade it. This porch features red door for bright feeling and it also has diagonal siding on the side. The tulips and other flowers and bushes frame the porch, making it an attractive entrance.
3. Porch of Bricks
Don’t look at the unique siding. The porch floor is made of red bricks, which creates a nice contrast with metallic pot added on it. The bricks make homey touch on the stairs while the garden up front seems low profile with the bushes.
4. Little Sunny Sitting on a Small Porch
This small porch is actually located next to a grand entry, allowing you to sit and get some sunlight. Protected by the tall plants, this porch looks comfortable while aesthetic at the same time. It is intimate and classic all at once.
5. Swing on Your Porch
This porch has it all. On the front, you will be greeted with flowers and bushes that are well trimmed. The bricked stairs lead you to the unrailed porch. On the left, you get a set of chairs to enjoy the afternoon, while you can get even lazier on the swing on the right.
6. Green and White Porch
This house actually has only a small porch. It is almost fully covered by the landscape on the front. The hanging pots lead your sight up, while its white spindles and green siding make a perfect contrasting match.
7. Porch with Circular Stucco
This small front porch is framed with circular opening. This may shade the area a bit, and this is maybe the reason why there are three windows on each side of the door. The front path seems to be decoratively directed by the pretty plants, which makes the complete set a welcoming front porch.
8. Small Porch in Pink
The small porch is kind of covered by the flower bushes. Looking at the flower colors, it seems like the pink hue on the porch is to match these bushes. The hedges is shaped in cone, making it a nice mark for the entrance. It truly is a bright and cheerful front porch with a feminine and motherly touch here and there.
9. Veranda of the Garden
This porch has everything to be called so. The decking is made of brick and its small space is filled with the old looking rocking chair and wicker sofa. While the wood working is an awesome frame for the porch, it feels more like a part of the garden with all the flower and urns on the multiple kinds of container.
10. The Hidden Porch
Do you know where the porch is? It is there around the back of the house, hidden by the gorgeous view of all the bushes and flowers on the garden and terrace. This porch is small but sunny and fun, as well as simple and inviting at the same time. It invites you to spend time outdoor the whole day.
11. Sunny Yellow Porch
This bright porch looks very natural matched with raised garden filled with green grass, and lavender and red flowers bushes. It looks even more natural and modest with the picket fence. Painted in yellow, this porch reminds us on summer and all the simple fun.
12. Contrasting Porch
The front garden is covered with smooth well trimmed grass. Right in front of the porch railing, huge bushes are ringed with bright red colors. The columns are finished in white that are matched with dark blue siding. Contrastingly homey!
13. Modest and Simple
This porch is also finished in yellow but softer. Matched with white wash for the columns, this shaded porch is bright enough and very inviting. It becomes even more cheerful with hanging pots and colorful colors to frame the stairs. Nothing fancy, this porch is beauty in simplicity.
14. Thick Bushed Porch
This shaded porch looks a little too dark, but the final look is finally upgraded with its thick bushes on the right side of the stairs. All those bright colors improve the mood, decorate the entire porch, and elevate the house appeal in general. Very clever!
15. Stones Steps and Vine
The porch is actually uncovered, yet it looks like it is shaded by the tall trees around it. The old style arch frames the small porch and the stone steps. It feels airy and idyllic, especially with those vines hanging here and there.
16. Small and Simple
This porch is long and narrow, but it doesn’t look cramped at all. The hanging pots draw the eye upward, while its white picket fence gives natural connection for all elements. Bright bushes next to the porch railing and the paint work really matches well. Very simple.
17. Thick for Simple
If you look behind the bushes, you will find modest and very simple porch finished mostly in white. There is almost nothing extraordinary there. This plain look is elevated with thick bushes on the front garden. The smooth trimmed grass makes a perfect canvas for all the colorful flowers and plants on it.
18. Brick and Iron Touch
The porch is mostly red brick. It has black iron railing that makes the porch even more opened. The wooden seats are covered with comfy cushion while it faces the front garden that is rich with lovely flowers and green bushes.