We’re so excited to have Tali Wee from Zillow with us today, discussing how to make your Spring porch really shine! If you’re looking for outdoor inspiration, look no further!
3 Elements of a Perfect Spring Porch
By Tali Wee of Zillow
As spring sunlight begins to brighten homes, residents are drawn to the outdoors. Spruce up the porch to create an ideal transition from beautiful countryside to chic abode.
Porches, decks and sunrooms are multipurpose – welcoming residents home, entertaining guests, enhancing curb appeal and providing the perfect reading nooks full of natural light. Porches staged with the following three characteristics suit any homeowner’s style and appeal to most house hunters on the market.
Kiawah Island is one of our favorite quaint, sleepy beaches in South Carolina. But, as it turns out, everything in this idyllic setting isn’t so quaint. This stunning space, design by the talented Mark Finlay is truly a beachside paradise that anyone would be lucky to call home. Take a look and be inspired. We’re feeling more relaxed already!
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There’s nothing better than summer porch sitting and, if you can relax in the shade without making the house too dark, all the better. For that perfect combination of taming the rays and letting in the light–not to mention, loads of charm–nothing beats a pergola with a few well-placed vines.
This compilation is especially for our friend Courtney, who is contemplating making a pergola part of her Texas renovation. We hope these give you the inspiration you’re looking for!
Natasha Baradaran Design
Everything about this design is amazing, but we especially love the beautiful garden seats.
If you’re like us, your porch is one of your favorite rooms. Because some are big, some are small and they receive various amounts of exposure to the elements, designing these spaces can be a little trickier than decorating the average room. Fortunately, Paula S. Wallace has written Perfect Porches to provide a little inspiration whether you want your outdoor room to be casual, formal, modern or traditional. And, as is the reason we love books so much, even if you don’t use a lick of advice in the book, it is a great way to accessorize one of the indoor living areas in your house. Thanks to The Post and Courier and The Constant for this peek inside the pages. Enjoy!