Feature We Love: Front Porch


CM Front Porch lg

The added living space, curb appeal, and charm of a front porch are just a few of the reasons why this feature has become a staple of the American home. Odds are pretty good that you either grew up with one, watched families gather on them in TV shows, or just like the way they look architecturally.

 

Even if a front porch isn’t at the top of your must-have list, it’s always a welcome amenity. Not sure you agree? The pictures below will convince you otherwise.

Feature We Love: Front Porch

^2860 FM 2495, AthensFeature We Love: Front Porch

^5610 Richard Ave., DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch

^500 W. Ennis Ave., EnnisFeature We Love: Front Porch

^9445 Thornberry Lane, Dallas
Feature We Love: Front Porch

^6414 Deloache Ave., DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch

^9003 Diceman Drive, DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch

^822 Valencia St., DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch

^9903 Coppedge Lane, DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch

^6051 Del Norte Lane, DallasFeature We Love: Front Porch^917 King George Lane, Savannah

Feature We Love: Nearly Neutral


Today, we’re talking about a trend that has been sweeping across our listings recently. We’re calling it nearly neutral design. This style is achieved when neutral furniture is livened up with pops of color and/or texture. The addition of interest, to an otherwise understated design, creates an elegance that can only be truly understood when experienced visually. So, without further ado, take a look at this Feature We Love.

Feature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^801 Lighthouse Lane, SavannahFeature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^3141 Brookhollow Court, ProsperFeature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^2802 Sutters Mill Way, WylieFeature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^9109 Glen Springs Drive, Dallas Feature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^3311 Blackburn St. #124, DallasFeature We Love: Nearly Neutral

^2767 Morgan Hill Road, FriscoFeature We Love: Nearly Neutral^3960 Davila Drive, Dallas