This is the kind of porch I want for sure. It still seems elegant and homey. I would love to rock in those rocking chairs and I love the color of the house and the crisp white pillars and window frames.
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House in Mill Valley, California: Designer Leigha Heydt gave it some curb appeal by adding a front porch & providing it with a shingled-cottage style. She describes the exterior as having both “Craftsman shingle style & Spanish Colonial influences.