Rich wood textures and a cozy stone fireplace make this outdoor living room the ultimate mountain escape. For a custom fireplace design use materials significant to your area, like river rock for a cabin in the woods or shells for a beachy cottage. Photography by beall + thomas Rustic Porches, Stones Fireplaces, Screens Porches, Outdoor Living, Outdoor Rooms, Living Room, Back Porches, Outdoor Fireplaces, Cabins Porches
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15 Charming Porches : Outdoor Projects : HGTV Remodels ~ Eclectic Porch Don't be afraid to mix different types of porch furniture and accessories. Soft curtains, wicker furniture and a rich wooden coffee table come together in lavish harmony. Use durable mildew-resistant outdoor materials for linens and pillows. Photo courtesy of Sunbrella
Usually more informal than a front porch, a back porch offers more flexibility. A back porch can be a great way to connect your kitchen to the garden outside, a place to enjoy water or nature views, or a protected spot to watch the kids play in the yard. "I think, generally, back porches tend to be bigger and more functional,"