Screened In Wood Porches – Transit Towards Nature
Whoever has been somehow connected to life in the country knows what a marquee or a screened-in porch is. It is usually an enclosed space which precedes the main entry, where grandparents used to store whatever was necessary so they didn’t have to go out in cold weather. Leaving memories aside, modern screened-in porches have taken on a different role, more connected to the present time’s needs, namely a relaxing and socializing space, a transit area between the interior and the much coveted outdoors. Here are some screened in wood porches, more spacious featuring a design different from what our grandparents’ intermediary spaces looked like.
A classy image, in which the wood porch takes its role of connecting the living spaces with the exteriors in earnest. The traditional house comes from the contemporary Chicago.
Another beautiful wooden house, with one of the corners of the veranda enclosed for that intimate space which also takes on a practical side, allowing for moments of tranquility even when the weather outside is not suitable.
Just to make an idea what the perspective from the inside is, we give you this corner of perfect calm. Nature spreads just two feet away from it, accessible regardless of the season. The open view this wood porch invites in, in the other image, is even more impressive.
For those willing to spend more for unique moments, this space can be outlined by a complex design, as seen in the image below. The skylights and the fire place turn the room next to the entryway in a space which can accommodate any type of activity and needs.
A rustic picture in which wood dominates the inside and the outside as well. A small space, ideal for moments of tranquility in the family and friends’ company.
In some cases, the home’s extension can go beyond the mere plans of just an addition. An enclosed and an open air space preceding the entry come as a succession of experiences, each with its own charm.
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