15 Most Amazing Four Season Porch With Fireplace Ideas


The addition of a bright and airy four-season porch to your home is perfect for enjoying year-round comfort for relaxing and entertaining. These spaces should be designed with outdoor furnishings, which will be more durable to protect them from the elements when there are just screens in the openings.

Screens can help protect from the elements and pesky bugs and can be switched out with vinyl glazing that withstands weather and wind. You can also add winter porch enclosures that roll down and affix securely to your screened porch to become a year-round retreat. When it comes to decorating these light-filled spaces, add comfortable furnishings in a breezy color palette.

Don’t forget some cozy pillows, textured throws, and even an outdoor area rug to complete your space. Have a look below for some fabulous inspiration to create your own dreamy porch to enjoy throughout the year.

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1. Enclosed Porch. A lake house in Minnesota features this enclosed farmhouse-style screened porch with all-weather furniture that is comfortable and durable. A stone fireplace provides warmth and ambiance to hang out with family and friends. (via Alexander Design Group)


2. Timber Frame Screen Porch. This beautiful screened porch features a rustic dry stack stone fireplace and 270-degree views of the surrounding forest in Minnesota. The panels are from Amazing EZ Screen. They are a combination unit. The beams are red cedar timbers with a Cabot semi-transparent stain in the color Spanish Moss. (via Renaissance Builders)


3. A Coastal Porch. A lovely home along the coast of New England serves as a multi-generational family getaway. The porch, a third of which is screened, is a main dining and living space, with a stone fireplace offering a cozy place to gather on summer evenings. (via Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects)


4. Cozy Porch With Inviting Views. The masonry wood-burning fireplace stone is a custom three stone blend: Rustic Cedar, Rustic Blue, and Fondulac Rustic. Purchased at Hedberg Aggregates in Plymouth, MN. The mantel shelf is custom, made from limestone. The slits in the columns are for the motorized retractable screens by Phantom Screens. The flooring is travertine, while the ceiling is Pine with a custom blended stain. (via John Kraemer & Sons)


5. Deep Porch With Traditional Shutters. This beautiful screened porch of a home in Fairfield, Connecticut is perfect for entertaining. The flooring is antique oak. The porch ceiling lights are from 14th Colony. The black painted shutters were custom built. (via Peter Zimmerman Architects)


6. A Timeless Porch. This beautiful porch addition of a home in Atlanta, Georgia features louvered shutters to bring in fresh breezes. Comfortable wicker furnishings adorned with plush cushions are grouped around a stone fireplace for warmth and ambiance. (via Abbey Construction Company)


7. Porch With A View. A cottage on Lake Keowee features this wonderful covered porch. The fireplace is a stone veneer — Swannanoa Stone in an Ashlar pattern. The beams are cedar and the stain is Blue Shadow from Sherwin Williams. The color of the railings, columns, and the ceiling is Sherwin Williams – SW7011 – Natural Choice. The chandelier is from BoBo Intriguing Objects, but a similar one is the Wine Barrel Chandelier from Restoration Hardware. The flooring is a blue stone in a regular pattern on a raised floor. The dimensions of this space are 28’x16’. See the rest of this gorgeous home here: Charming shingle style cottage on Lake Keowee, South Carolina. (via Gabriel Builders)


8. Traditional Screened Porch. The stone on the fireplace is a Shasta blend from Alamo Stone Company in Houston. The fireplace is an Isokern firebox kit. It is gas. The ceiling lights and found were sourced from Quorum International. On the floors, a limestone tile from Stone and Tile Creations in Houston, TX. The screened porch measures 21′ 1/2″ x 18′ 6″. See the rest of this stunning home here: Traditional style home with light-filled interiors in Texas. (via Thompson Custom Homes)


9. Serene Screened Porch. This traditional screened porch was designed to be outside during Minnesota winters. All the furniture, stone, wood, and TV are made for the exterior. The room has fireplace heat as well as ceiling-mounted infrared heaters to maximize the shoulder seasons. The fireplace stone is Chilton rustic blend sourced from Hedberg Stone in Minnesota. The porch dimensions are 17′ long x 13′ wide. (via Mark D. Williams Custom Homes)


10. Elegant Porch. This beautifully designed space has outdoor chairs from the Denpasar Collection designed by Richard Frinier for Century Furniture. The stone on the fireplace is called Granbury Random Builders Blend. The brick is a Texas antique. The mantle is made of rough cedar and painted to match the house’s trim. The stain on the T&G V groove cedar ceiling is Graystone and is available from Kelly Moore. The corbels are 6×12 and the mantle is 8x8x6′. (via Rosewood Custom Builders)


11. Beach Style Screened-In Porch. A beach house in Bethesda, Maryland features this cozy porch with white wicker furnishings, colorful pillows, a striped outdoor area rug, and waterside views. (via Waterlily Interiors)


12. Stone Fireplace Focal Point. A lake house in Minnesota features this cozy screened porch with an inviting view. The stone on the fireplace is a custom blend veneer, “WI Grey Blend” from Orijin Stone. As was the custom fabricated hearth stone “Hudson Sandstone”. Phantom retractable screens help to protect this indoor-outdoor space from the elements. (via Studio M Interiors)


13. Beach Style Screened Porch. A home in Atlanta, Georgia features this welcoming porch with a large wicker sectional for entertaining. (via Pearce Scott Architects)


14. A Breezy Coastal Backporch. A lovely Low Country-styled cottage in Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina features this relaxing porch. This room is the extension of the family room and the kitchen, connected via a mahogany door. Transom windows above the doors draw natural light inside. The painted flooring beautifully compliments the white butt board walls and blue painted ceiling. (via Coastal Signature Homes)


15. Forest Views. A beautiful home in Raleigh, North Carolina is surrounded by a tranquil forest that is captured through the screens of this cozy porch. Comfortable furnishings are perfect for lounging or entertaining family and friends. (via Tad Davis Photography)

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