Exude Panache with Exquisite Front Porch Masonry

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Are you finally ready for that front porch (or to remodel an existing one) and want a rock-solid, traditional look? Front porch masonry and stone elements certainly help add a historic luster to a front porch addition.

Essentially, masonry is defined as any type of stonework put together with mortar. Although, masonry is not just […]

6 Exterior Home Design Trends for 2023: Covered Porches and More

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Whether you live in your forever home or plan to sell in the near future, creating the best curb appeal is always in your best interest. Covered porches, front and back porticos, carports, and more, all deserve to look unique and show your personal design style. Most importantly, adding a unique touch to these […]

Adding a Front Porch Makes Sense Now, and Later When It’s Time to Sell

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Did you know that adding a front porch can provide an 84% return on investment, on average? That’s especially true in warmer climates like Atlanta. Statistics show that a porch can dramatically increase your home’s curb appeal and improve its value to buyers.

In fact, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has completed multiple […]

Porte Cochere: Style Beyond Carports

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Ever see a portico-like structure but didn’t know exactly what it was called? Ever come across a structure that was like a fancy carport but wasn’t exactly a carport? Well, we’re here to solve the mystery. What you saw is a porte cochere, or coach door. The name is French, if you didn’t know!

It […]

The Special Appeal of Craftsman Front Porch Design

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If you are a fan of the HGTV show “House Hunters,” you can attest to the fact that Craftsman style homes are extremely popular (and not just with reality television “stars”). Let’s take a quick “tour” of the Craftsman.

A Short History

Craftsman homes were first introduced in Southern California in the early 1900s.
Brothers […]