Feb 23, 2017

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Styling a Front Porch

Styling a Front Porch

Your front porch creates your home’s first impression. When visitors approach, it should make them feel welcome. Styling a front porch is easy, and requires only a few pieces to create a warm feeling.

Every front porch needs a little furniture. The style of your front porch furniture should complement the style of your home. If your home has a wide front porch, and a southern feel, a porch swing or rocking chairs make the perfect accent.

For homes that are less traditional, a wide variety of furniture pieces would work, including benches, or simple chairs. Benches like the Breezesta skyline bench collection offer simple, with clean lines, which allows these to work with many different home styles. These are available as simple garden style benches, backless, benches, or swings.

In addition to seating, you’ll want a side or coffee table, too. Choose a table that has an open feel, such as one with a glass top, if your porch is small and you want to create a more spacious feel.

Your porch also needs some color. During warm months, seasonal flowers and plants in pots are a beautiful touch. During winter, fill pots with pinecones or other seasonal items to create interest. A simple pot of flowers or pine cones at the foot of your Breezesta skyline bench makes your porch look lived in.

A welcome sign, door wreath or garden flag, along with a doormat makes your home look well maintained and inviting. Monogrammed items are popular for porches, and provide a bit of personality to your décor. Swapping wreaths and garden flags out seasonally keeps your home looking fresh and well maintained.

Styling your front porch doesn’t have to be difficult or costly. A comfortable place to sit and relax, along with some simple decorative items ensure your home provides an inviting entrance for all your visitors.

You can find the Breezesta skyline bench along with other great outdoor furniture items at Breezesta. You can also pay a visit to Facebook page.

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