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Screened In Porch – Ideas on a Budget

Screened In Porch

Screened In Porch – Ideas on a Budget

Designing a porch for your home could be a very exciting experience. As a welcoming space that also doubles as a comforting place, it could prove to be one of the most valuable areas of your home in terms of both aesthetics and functionality.

That is why, when it comes to enhancing its appeal, you don’t want to leave any stones unturned. And a screened in porch is one of the many ways you could succeed in doing so.

What Does a Screened In Porch Do?

As the name suggests, a screened in porch converts your regular porch from a completely open space to one that is covered adequately with screens. This partial coverage lets you have the comfort of being able to see through to your yard, while also protecting it from the scorching rays of the sun.

With that, it also provides you with a way to relax “outside” without being exposed to the bad side of nature. It lets you have another place to entertain your guests especially through breezy days of summer without the sunrays, and provides you with a chance to enjoy the outdoors without having to pay blood tributes to bugs every now and then.

The results? You and your family could enjoy additional space, have a place to stay away from disease-causing bugs, and get a surefire way to enhance your home’s curb appeal.

Now that you have all the benefits of a screened in porch laid out in detail, let’s go through some design ideas to help you bring this home addition to life.

Work with Shades of White

A classic way to work with a screened in porch is to have it surrounded by shades of white. Whitewood against screens works beautifully inside and outside a home.

From the exterior, it helps you achieve the aesthetic of a clean and well-maintained porch. From the interior, it lets you have the feeling of having expansive space.

Throw in a mix of green and colorful plants, and you have got yourself an area out of a storybook.

Go Country Style

Country and farm style aesthetics go very well with a screened porch. Coupled with a rocking chair and some end tables here and there, you could get yourself a relaxing space with practically no hard efforts at all.

Just make sure that your home’s exteriors are a match for this. And that you are hiring a contractor who could understand the difference between country style and using old wood just for the sake of it. When done right, this style can bring out the charm in your house.

Be a Bit Modern

While speaking of bringing out the charm, why limit yourself with tried and tested styles? Why not go with something that’s bold yet has the ability to enhance the value of your home?

Add some color to it is what we are saying.

Depending upon your home’s exterior, you could go with darker colors such as a matte black, or even go with metallic shades if you are feeling adventurous. To add some more color to this, add a few different plants that could complement the color you have chosen. This way, you could have a look that would remain unmatched by anything else.

The key is to hire a contractor that understands your requirements and translates them to a well-crafted porch area.

Just make sure to not compromise on what you want, and you would be able to have your home stand apart from other houses in the neighborhood in a very positive way.

That is, while you are sipping on your favorite drink while sitting in your brand new porch.

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