This oak porch in East Dean, in Eastbourne, has been designed with a large glass screen on the left-hand side to shelter people front the rain and the wind; but to still maintaining the general use of a porch, acting as a lead way into your home with areas for you to hang up you coat and a place to store shoes as well. This helps add a touch of practicality to your style, too.
It has a full-length floor to the celling narrow window on the right next to the front door which helps create a contemporary look with the joinery and large glass screen; these with the help of the oak frame go great with the style of the building. Enabling the porch to look like a natural fit, as opposed to something you can clearly see was added at a later date to the house.
150mm x150mm straight cut staddle stones have also been used whilst Machine made clay tiles have been used on the roof as well as for the ridge tiles.