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  • We have featured plenty of porch ideas, so today we are sharing some inspiration on turning your porch into an attractive, livable and usable space by making it a screened porch.

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    This is a popular design trend because they are highly functional spaces with so many uses.

  • They can be your sunroom, mudroom, relaxation room, entertaining room, dining room, kitchen, etc. They can protect you from the elements and be utilized year round.

    The screens can be permanent, removable or retractable to meet your lifestyle needs. You can decorate with outdoor curtains to to shade you from the sun during the day… or to use just as decoration.

  • Don’t forget to add some comfortable furnishings, a porch swing, light fixtures, attractive flooring, some paint, perhaps a fireplace.

    Have a look below for some incredible inspiration. Tell Us: Which one of these photos is your favorite and why in the Comments below! This lovely home on St. Simons Island, Georgia features a screened porch with fireplace and summer kitchen.

  • (via Dee Simmons Interiors). A Milwaukee farmhouse features a beautiful Ipe wood deck, which is a hardwood similar to teak and is resistant to rot and termites.

    The furnishings are Restoration Hardware from their Provence collection in Grey with Sand Textured Linen Perennials cushions. The screens are permanent.

  • (via Colby Construction). This lovely rear porch on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina features a porch swing and comfortable furnishings.

    At 12-feet deep and 30-feet wide, there is plenty of room for furniture grouping without feeling crowded!

  • The flooring is 2×6 pressure treated pine, tongue and groove decking, primed on all sides.

    The floor paint is Northern Cliffs 1536 | Benjamin Moore. The area rug is seagrass. The beautiful French doors are custom designed out of Mahogany wood.

  • This stunning Tybee Beach house in Savannah, Georgia showcases a cozy screened-in porch at the front entryway. The exterior paint color is SW Dewy 6469, while the trim color is SW Extra White 7006.

    The floor is concrete, painted using Benjamin Moore Porch & Floor Enamel. The 1960s vintage spun fiberglass outdoor furniture was given a fresh look with new seating and pillow cushions.

  • The porcelain wall sconce is from Barn Light Electric. The porch screens are permanent. See the rest of the home tour here: Fabulous beach-chic house on Tybee Island.

    (via Rethink Design Studio). This beautiful Napa Valley farm house features a screened-in porch measuring 20 feet x 16 feet. The flooring is slate. See the full home tour here: Inviting modern farmhouse with vineyard views in Napa Valley.

  • (via Total Concepts). This lakefront farm house in Minneapolis features this traditional style screened-in backyard porch.

    (via Fluidesign Studio). A classic screened-in porch with a suspended bed swing in Atlanta, Georgia. Loving the soaring ceilings!

  • (via Hansen Architects). A New York countryside farmhouse features this backyard screened porch. The dimensions are 18′-0″ x 19′-0″, plenty spacious for furnishings.

    The beautiful flooring is natural mahogany. (via Crisp Architects). A traditional style porch in Willistown, Philadelphia is surrounded by a peaceful forested setting.

  • A porch swing adds to the coziness of this setting. The flooring is painted mahogany. (via Peter Zimmerman Architects).

    This home was designed like a “fish camp” retreat with barefoot easiness and a celebration of natural materials.

Located in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, the cozy porch features adirondack chairs and views towards the ocean. (via Kelley Designs). This lakeside home conveys the Nantucket style beautifully. Bringing the outdoors in with a lovely 28’x16′ foot screened porch with a Chippendale railing (Sherwin Williams Natural Choice).

The beams are cedar and the stain is Blue Shadow from Sherwin Williams. The wine barrel chandelier is by BoBo Intriguing Objects. The fireplace is clad in Swannanoa Stone in an Ashlar pattern. It is a veneer. (via Postcard from Paris Home). A wonderful 490 square foot screened-in porch in a private retreat in Austin, Texas.

For more information and to see a complete home tour, have a look here: Gorgeous Texan retreat surrounded by nature: Wild Basin Residence. (via Cornerstone Architects). A backyard porch in a Nashville Residence offers a large picture window to capture the forested views. A fireplace provides ambiance, while seating arrangements and a summer kitchen with dining area completes the space.

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(via Looney Ricks Kiss). The dimensions of the screened-in porch are roughly 25′ by 12′. On the fireplace, the hearth slab and extension is bluestone. The stone veneer on the face of the fireplace is locally sourced fieldstone. The mantle is a reclaimed barn beam, sourced locally. The flooring is stained Mahogany. The ceiling is painted in Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cotton.

The screen doors were sourced from Phantom Screens. (via Crisp Architects). This Austin, Texas screened porch is 14’x20′. The architects used manufactured screens with white aluminum frames that are set into a white painted wood frame. The deck floor is Ipe wood, approximately 5″ wide, with no finish applied.

The ceiling is 1×6 with the v-groove side exposed. (via Tim Cuppett Architects). This unique timber frame home along Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire features a drop down bed set on a breezeway and surrounded by forest. Absolutely perfect for those cool summer nights… or to host your guests!


(via Old Hampshire Designs). The inside dimensions of this screen porch are 13′ x 16′. Out of view, there is a small dining table in an adjacent alcove. Skylights helps to further illuminate the space. The flooring is 24″x36″ Pennsylvania blue slate. The custom wood doors have aluminum-frame screen panels.


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The screens were fabricated on site by the project’s carpenter. (via Balodemas Architects). A deep screened porch with high ceilings, in this case 11 feet high, provides cooling shade to this southern home. The screens allow a functional outdoor room that can be used year-round.


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A soft blue-green ceiling, carriage lanterns and a porch swing completes this traditional Southern aesthetic. (via Historical Concepts). A cozy traditional style porch just off the main living area in the backyard features a floor-to-ceiling stone clad fireplace.


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