Variety of porches; front, back, California bungalow, modern, contemporary, classic. Nice small versions.
Flower box, fascia detail,
Columns, heather moss green
Houzz Tour: Lovingly Resurrecting a Historic Queen Anne
Rafter tails, craftsman exterior, window grids
Lime green exterior. Widows walk and balcony
Create as many shaded outdoor spaces as possible. This home has porches on several sides. The people who live here can follow the breeze as it shifts during the day and fully experience the area's ecology. Having multiple comfortable outdoor spaces allows us to shift location as sunlight shines from different angles. It also allows us to choose among them, and when we can make choices, we're more satisfied with our experience in the space.
Exposed rafter tails, tongue and groove floor, columns.
Turret, cedar shake decorative moulding.
Painted cedar shake, double columns.
Large welcoming front porch area on hobbit house.
Small porch addition on 1 1/2 story home. Doghouse dormers, barrel vault, shutters..
Wrap around front porch, metal roof, shed dormer, columns, ceiling fans.
Metal roof, doghouse dormers, wooden shutters
craftsman, tapered columns, shed dormer, pergola, exposed rafter tails
Craftsman, California bungalow, dentils, exposed rafter tails.
Columns, hip roof, prairie style
Front porch tucked in a mildly french tudor.
Roots of Style: Where Did Your House Get Its Look?
Newly Sustainable in New Orleans. This looks like they raised a shotgun house to not only add a garage, but also give a buffer to any rising flood waters. I wonder what they have done to reinforce it to hurricane building standards? Love these little houses, but I kind of look at them like a mobile home. If there was bad weather, I would evacuate.
Newly styled shotgun house with second story porch.
Cedar shake, exposed rafter tails, arts and crafts front door with dentil detail.