Summer is front porch sittin’ time … that is, if you’re not at the beach,
peddling a bike down a shaded trail, or enjoying a picnic with family and friends.
When I have a few moments to myself, I love to sit out on our front porch.
It’s peaceful and shaded and perfectly situated to capture summer’s breezes.
For today’s Humpdays with Houzz,
I’m sharing a collection of refreshing summer porches.
An extra wide porch showcases beautiful wicker furniture and potted plants.
Evoking the nostalgia of days gone by.
This shabby chic porch is seen all over Pinterest.
It doesn’t seem to matter that the house needs painting.
It’s still beautiful and invites you in to sit a spell.
A new porch is given farmhouse style with lantern lights, green shutters,
wooden flooring, and Shaker style rocking chairs.
A simple porch wears a blue ceiling.
This is often done in the South to ward off the haints.
I painted my front porch ceiling blue in the spirit of the South, even tho I’m a Yankee.
A colorful porch can energize you and lift your spirits.
Touches of red mix with vintage green wicker.
If you’re fortunate to have a porch large enough for a dining table,
then you are truly living a blessed life.
If this were my porch, I would enjoy meals out here every day!
Another farmhouse style porch with an inviting swing.
Simple, clean, and beautiful.
I love a porch filled with flowers!
I have a blue wicker chair like these out in my garden.
A simple and beautiful wraparound porch has magnificent views …
and a cute kitty! What’s not to love?
The classic green and white country porch.
This one is comfortable and liveable … with the traditional screen door to boot!
Cheery yellow wicker furniture creates a cottage style front porch.
I love the rocker … someday I will have a wicker rocking chair!
I love this last little porch with its pig perched on the railing.
The makeshift stone step makes it that more endearing.
And here’s my front porch where I sit on the vintage glider,
listening to the birds and watching the kids play in the park across the street.
Tell me, do you have a front porch you enjoy during the summer?