This will be an important addition to your home. Not only will it give you all a place to kick back and relax but it will also increase the value of your home and be a constant source of pride. Being the first place your guests will see upon entering your home, you want it to be a sight to see, so to speak. Welcome your family and guests onto your porch by paying attention to elements such as lighting and sound. An evening gathering out on the porch will look and feel magical by introducing unique, soft lighting options.
The home owners of this modern farmhouse enclosed half of their back patio to create a beautiful screened porch. The screens protected us from mosquitos, a ceiling fan helped temper the hot Indiana summer nights, comfy seating invited us to sit and rest, and the surrounding backyard—dotted with fireflies blinking on and off throughout the evening—let us escape the city for a while. I loved it out there. If you already have a deck on your home, you might be able to enclose some or all of it to create a great screened porch space.
Screened porches are ideal spots to relax, unwind, and catch up with family and friends (and potential future spouses). Here are some creative screened porch design ideas to show how wonderful these spaces can be if you have thoughts of adding your own screened space. Architectural details like the dentil molding matched to the house and the latticework in the lower screened sections make this screened porch look more original to the home. Pretty landscaping around the foundation help tie it in, too.