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30+ Fabulous Screened-In Porch Ideas Boasting Woodsy Views

If you are looking to enjoy the outdoors minus the bugs and protection from the elements, why not consider the addition of a cozy screened-in porch. It is more cost-effective to add this addition onto your home than a regular room and they will add value to your home. There are plenty of options out there for creating this space and you can also add a fireplace or stove if you would like additional heat. You can also add heaters to the ceiling or just a simple space heater can do the trick. For the cooler months, you may wish to consider a basket with some throws for extra warmth.

You will be able to enjoy fresh breezes and the sounds of nature — but with the protection of a screen between you and the critters. We have put together a collection of screened-in porches below of everything from modern to traditional. There are also sources and credits to the designer or architect if you would like to get in touch them for help on your project. Have a look below for some fantastic ideas and don’t forget to let us know which one most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

1. This secluded cabin enjoys tranquil forested views. Although this space is not heated, this roomy porch can be enjoyed throughout the year to enjoy the changing of the seasons. The fabric on the sofa is from Sunbrella. The Eames Chair is from Design Within Reach. The basket filled with log is from Angus & Company. The (via Michael Graydon for )

2. This room is roughly 12’ deep, and 16’ wide. This porch has screens that are fixed, but with a fireplace to sit next to, one can enjoy this space in cooler temperatures. See the full home tour here: Lakeside home in Minnesota features a soothing living environment. (via )

3. Screened walls allows seasonal dining al fresco, surrounded by forest. The screen was specified as a .177″ diameter wire mesh in a 4″x4″ lock-crimped grid. The wire is a great way to add strength to the screen without blocking the view. The mesh is typically called ‘hog panel’. Ideally, it will be powder coated 6 gauge steel so it does not rust. See full home tour here: Small and cozy rustic cabin in Georgia: Carolina Jessamine Cottage. (via )

4. This rustic porch in a Seattle cabin features lakeside views and a cozy atmosphere. The fireplace is a Zircon 34″ by . (via )

5. This porch has a charcoal aluminum screening from a roll, cut to size for each panel. You can find the screening from any home improvement store, but a finish carpenter would need to build the screen frames. The fireplace is a Shaker stove by Wittus. Below the stove is a piece of stone for heat resistance. Soapstone is a good option for this application. Here the architects used Pietra Cardosa to match the kitchen countertops. The flooring is ipe, while the rest of the porch is Western Red Cedar. Full home tour here: Cozy weekend retreat: Bug Acres of Woodstock. (via )

6. A screened porch in the woods of Nashville, Tennessee offers a serene place to relax. The ceiling beams are 3 1/2″ x 10″. They are reclaimed Douglas Fir. The dimensions of this room are 20′ x 13′. (via )

7. A cottage on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina features this cozy rear porch. The mahogany french doors leading into the porch were sourced from Stewart Brannen Millworks, the nobs are from Rocky Mountain Hardware. The porch is 12-feet deep and 30-feet wide, allowing for a furniture grouping, here the teak porch swing, without feeling crowded. The floors are painted in Northern Cliffs 1536 | Benjamin Moore. The are rug is sea grass without a backing. (via )

8. This narrow space is made open by the seamless view and natural light. A cozy sleeping porch makes an idyllic retreat to enjoy fresh air and forested views in Montana. On the other side of this space is a wood-burning stove. See the full home tour with all the details here: Magnificent rustic cabin hideaway on the rocky shores of Flathead Lake. (via )

9. A rustic ranch home in Colorado offers a spacious screened-in porch with comfortable furnishings and a stone clad fireplace. Heaters on the ceiling helps to keep this space warm during the cooler months. (via )

10. The walls of this farmhouse screened porch are actually removable screen panels (wood frames with screen). There is also a cable rail system (black metal frame with a wood top cap). Last, there are also heavy-duty clear plastic panels that can be put in, in place of the screens so that the room can be used all four seasons. Fireplace stone is from a quarry here in Perryville, Missouri called Semco, called “Blue River Variegated”. The flooring is Brazilian Cherry. The siding on the home is tongue & groove Redwood. Dimensions: 10′ x 22′ x 17′ x 19′ and the ceiling height is 10′-6″. (via )

11. There are three distinct zones in this screened porch sanctuary: dining, lounging and gathering — delineated by area rugs, lighting and furniture groupings. Rug is from Overstock: Poolside Black/Beige Indoor-Outdoor Rug. Sconces are Onyx Stone Faux Candle 15″ High Espresso Wall Light – Lamps. Rattan chairs are Pier 1. The screens are all custom-built using a roll of 84 in. x 100 ft. Black BetterVue Screen from Home Depot. Overall dimensions: 20′ x 20′. (via )

12. Another image of the screened porch sanctuary shows a full perspective of the space. The custom light fixture above the dining table uses a rootball sculpture from Thailand. The ceiling has a clear boat varnish (2 coats), naturally yellowed to turn wood to a golden color. Posts are Maritime White 963 | Benjamin Moore. The ceiling fan is a 52″ Craftmade Union Oiled Bronze Wet Location Ceiling Fan. The outdoor curtains are Pottery Barn 108″. (via )

13. This image of the screened porch sanctuary shows the lounging space, a custom handmade porch swing. Materials includes room divider shutters, an old door, old trim pieces, etc. A twin mattress was used for the seat cushion. Some paint and throw pillows adds to the aesthetics. Scrabble pillows can be found on . (via )

14. This screened porch features custom wood doors with aluminum-frame screen panels. A local millwork fabricated the doors, while the screens were created on-site by the carpenter for the project. The sectional (Lloyd Flanders) and rocking chairs are from . The stone used on the fireplace is a Carderock veneer. The flooring is 24″x36″ Pennsylvania blue slate. The Velux skylights are Model FS M06, 30″ x 46″. Dimensions: 13 feet by 16 feet. (via )

15. This screened porch features comfortable seating with stunning views. Decorative lanterns have been hung from the posts to create ambiance in the evening. (via )

16. This traditional style porch overlooks the paddocks of Brays Island, South Carolina. The screens are 8′ wide and 6′ tall. The bottom screens are galvanized square chicken wire with a 3/8″ or 1/2″ grid. The french screen doors are a pair of 2668 doors. This porch is 10′ wide x 62′ Long. Ceilings are 10′ tall. (via )

17. This is a screened-in porch which has glass panel inserts to create a sunroom when the weather changes. The overhead fan is a Minka Aire Concept 1. The dining table placed in the corner helps to maximize views for dinner guests. (via )

18. This relaxed beach style porch in Georgia features reclaimed Chicago brick flooring in a running bond pattern. The space offers both water and tree views to create a tranquil setting. (via )

19. A creekside cottage on Kiawah Island, South Carolina features this cozy screened porch. The wicker furniture is a mix of the Bridgeport and the Presidential State lines by Palacek. The Western Red Cedar walls have a semi-transparent Cabot stain, and the trim is Van Buren Brown HC-70 by Benjamin Moore. On the ceiling is Western Red Cedar in 5/4″ x 4″ beadboard, tongue and groove planks. (via )

20. This farmhouse style porch has permanent screens via a screw system into the IPE hardwood. The 98″ sofa and side chairs are from the Provence collection in Grey from Restoration Hardware with Sand Textured Linen Perennials cushions. The rug (all-weather recycled rug – diamond pattern black and grey selection – 8×10), side table, and some of the pillow covers are also from Restoration Hardware. The porch is 9-feet deep. (via )

21. This rustic outdoor living space enhances a backyard view into a Georgia forest. The wood posts and beams framing the screens gives them a wonderful presence. A stone clad fireplace offers ambiance and warmth. A beautiful outdoor rug helps to ground the space, while the furnishings adds a touch of elegance. (via )

22. This screened-in porch in Maine features a neutral color palette to put the focus on the woody setting. This space is fully maximized with a living and dining area for entertaining guests. The outdoor furniture was sourced from Restoration Hardware. The porch size is 15’6″ wide x 19′ long. (via )

23. This beautiful Muskoka cottage on Bass Lake features a rustic screened porch with forest and lake views. The size of this space is 14’x18′. (via Mark and Carol Rodgers)

24. Perched on a knoll atop a lakeside peninsula, this rustic porch features a stone clad (Doggett Mountain) fireplace for warmth. Above the fireplace is a mantle composed of reclaimed heart pine beam and wood doors concealing a television. The light fixtures are the Original French Quarter light from Bevolo. The floor is a grey Crab Orchard flagstone. The overhead fan is the Irene 5-Blade Fan in Textured Bronze by Matthews Fan Company. On the ceiling is cypress wood with semi-transparent Spanish Moss stain. See full home tour here: Gorgeous home with English manor-inspired details on Lake Keowee. (via )

25. This timber frame home on Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire has a rustic look with rough-cut beams and tongue and groove ceilings, and hardwood flooring. The screened porch is surrounded by woods, an idyllic setting for this hanging bed that gets fresh breezes. A sailing winch is used to raise and lower this bed from within the porch ceiling when not in use. (via )

26. A farmhouse style screened porch in Northern California offers a fireplace for the cooler days and ceiling fans for the warmer weather. The wood-burning fireplace is from . The flooring is slate. (via )

27. A hillside porch in New Hampshire features breathtaking, forested views. The Shaker wood stove is from . The woodwork paint is a custom blend of #1493 Morning Dew and # 1494 Vale Mist from Benjamin Moore paints. Furnishings are from Restoration hardware – Carmel Painted Metal Collection, bronze finish. The braces on the posts are 4 1/2″ thick and 36 inches tall. (via )

28. The teak furnishings are the Ventura Collection from Gloster and they recline. The starfish accent pillow is a needlepoint from LLBean. The braided rug is from Frontgate and it is an indoor outdoor rug. The windows are full glass as well as screens from the top to the molding,  just above the flooring. There is also a smaller screen and window for the bottom portion. The flooring is Fir painted in a gray urethane based deck paint. (via )

29. A screened porch just off the kitchen features a comfortable and casual dining area. The table is from Oyster cay in Beaufort SC. The cable rail system was mounted inside of the screen – Fenney Cable. The screens have been stapled on and the edges are covered with wood. The only drawback for this method is replacing them if they get damaged. The porch is about 10′ x 15′. (via )

30. A screen porch addition in Charlotte, South Carolina is surrounded by woods. An aluminum screen system is mostly maintenance free. The ceiling is 1×4 tongue and grove southern yellow pine with a Cabot’s “Bark” stain. A stone fireplace adds warmth to this cozy space. The covered/screened portion of the porch is 20’x20′ with an adjacent 20’x20′ deck. (via )

31. This is a screened porch features a simple screening material installed with the system between the columns. The furniture is from Wicker and More in Shallotte, NC. Ceiling fan is the Minka Aire Sundowner 52″ ceiling fan. The floor is Grand Asher Slate stamped concrete. The trim color is Sherwin Williams Pure White. (via )

32. In this screened-in porch, windows open as a “pass-through” from the kitchen connecting the spaces, ideal for entertaining. The screened walls are wooden frames that were custom designed and built for the space. The paint color is Sherwin Wiliams 7019 Gauntlet Gray. The room is about 16′ x 34′. (via )

33. This beautiful screened-in porch in Minnesota features comfortable furniture groupings, soaring ceilings are forested views. The wood decking material is IPE, which is naturally resistant to rot and decay. Paint color is from Sherwin Williams. The gas fireplace was purchased through Fireside Hearth & Home. The overall dimensions are 22×16. (via )

34. This three-season screen porch in Eagan, Minnesota offers a beautiful setting and the A-frame nicely compliments. The hardwood decking is Ipe, which is a Brazilian hardwood. This is the natural color and in an outdoor application it will grey over time. The material is typically used for exterior decking, as it holds up great to water. The screen openings are 3’x5′. The walls and ceilings are Pine. (via )

35. This screened porch offers a color scheme of many soft tone on tone shades of grays, blacks and creme with red accents. The screens of this enclosed porch are separate panel sections. The paint on the walls is Cloudy Sky 2122-30 from Benjamin Moore. The size of this space is 16′ x 18′. Decking is cedar with a medium stain in a golden bronze. This wood needs to be coated yearly with a sealer to maintain its beauty. (via )

36. This beautiful farmhouse screened-in porch is located in Asheville, North Carolina. Surrounded by forest, this cozy space offers comfortable furnishings grouped around a wood-burning fireplace. The floor-to-ceiling vertical wood paneling of the fireplace surround draws the eye upwards, emphasizing the vaulted ceiling. (via )

37. This unique rustic screened porch in Asheville, North Carolina features motorized . This allows the ability to completely open the space up to the incredible mountain vistas. The wood burning masonry fireplace is clad with real stacked stone veneer (Tennessee field stone) with a stone mantle. The hearth is a flagstone, called Tennessee crab orchard, its quarried in a brownish color and a grey color. The rocking chair is from . (via )

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I liked a lot of these, but I might be a little too practical for some. The porch that had nothing but a swing-bed…I love a nap better than anybody, but I wouldn’t sacrifice a great space for it. I liked that some looked just as beautiful as the greatest living room, gorgeous! But a lot had huge fireplaces! What does that do to the cost of the renovation? A bunch, I might imagine.
These were really nice tho.