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Popular Front Porch Designs and Styles

If you’re trying to find the right porch for your home, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re looking for the tranquility and familiarity of a farmhouse stoop, the elegance and grace of a colonial veranda, or the privacy and protection of a screened-in porch, we’ve got you covered. Check out our collection of inspiring porch styles to help you find your perfect match.


Farmhouse or Southern Estate Porch

Providing ample shade and plenty of opportunity for relaxing and entertaining, the Farmhouse porch recalls an idyllic, slower-paced lifestyle, with a feel that is both rustic American and organically tinged with Southern hospitality. Designed to be practical, comfortable and simple, these porches open to the yard and are low to the ground for easy access and lighter stepping.



Portico Porch

A Portico porch is usually a smaller-scale renovation that’s a big difference-maker in home value. This design can be traced back as far as ancient Greece and its style has long been rooted in many countries. Aesthetics feature heavily to increase curb appeal through an ornately framed entrance. The Portico dresses up the front through features that include extended roof structures supported by decorative columns throughout the walkway.



Colonial Porch

The Colonial porch leverages balanced architectural features tinged with formal elegance. Columns and railing frequently catch the eye in the visual design work. Ceiling supports can range from smooth squares to massive pillars stretching across the façade. There is often plenty of infill space in the railing to use simple spindles or ornate patterns. The whole porch is pleasingly streamlined with tasteful accents.



Screened Porch

Screened porches provide many indoor comforts in an outdoor setting for homeowners and their guests. Often attached to the rear of the house, these porches can take advantage of backyard privacy along with a bug-free area for dining. This covered and protected setting allows for features not always available to outdoor porches. Fireplaces, televisions and formal furniture might all be present.

Need more inspiration? Check out more porch and decking styles in our Imagine Gallery.