Front porches are an integral element of Southern culture, where outdoor living is the default way of life.
Something as simple as florals and greenery can certainly do the trick.
Decorator Julia Greene loves to scatter a variety of pots beside each seating arrangement on her front porch.
In order to honor the farmhouse aesthetic of her home, interior stylist Tammy Delbridge chose to modernize her front porch by pairing a sleek pair of black French doors .
Colorful decorative pillows can work wonders on a porch vibe.
For Color by K’s Kristin Chambless, reading a book on a warm afternoon or sipping a cup of tea on a chilly morning porch-side are the highlights of the day.
Queen Anne Victorian home in Virginia, little else is needed to take advantage of the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains just beyond
While curating her front porch, decorator Jennifer Newhouse painted her door in Labradorite by Sherwin Williams, adding pink accents for contrast.
If you’re lucky enough to have space to work with, create a seating arrangement that is inward-looking for optimal conversation opportunities.
In this Queen Anne–style farmhouse, belonging to Chris Benz and Peter Toumbekis, the porch view is great no matter what side of the house you’re on.