Carports are used as shelters that typically constructed to protect cars. It provides a great storage for just anything that can fit in. Carport can be built by buying kits that are pre-made. Carports can be designed by using a variety type of materials. Having a carport is similar to having a garage. They are intended to protect not just cars but others as well, such as Jet Ski or boat.
Carports get a bad reputation, but these porte-cocheres and carports incorporate style with design for Pinterest-perfect curb appeal. If you’re looking to update your carport, check out these ideas first for inspiration.
Gabion walls used as part of the siding of this carport help transform an often-overlooked space into one that enhances the landscape. The charcoal stones filling the gabions even relate in size and color to the tiles on the home, tying both spaces together.
This minimalist attached carport is fairly modern. The fact that it can also act as a balcony in this two story house added instant value. Efficient spacing.
Carports were widely used as an economical open-air substitute to the garage. Carports gave a modernist pavilion appearance to the homes, such as the one pictured here, that a standard boxy garage lacked.
This porte-cochere has the same arched design as the garage’s front doors. Instead of jutting out to the side, the structure is nestled directly under the same roof, which makes it blending in seamlessly from the driveway.
While it may not be the best option for a carport, I have to admit that it looks kinda cool and unusual to used mansail from sailing boat as a main protector for your car from the sun and the rain.
Cantilevered by definition is any rigid structural member projecting from a vertical support, especially one in which the projection is great in relation to the depth. And this one example is just it, the glass ceiling is the best part.
Who said carports have to be tiny? This picture shows an extended the carport for this modern home to provide extra shelter for the homeowner’s cars in grand sturdy way.
FLAT ROOF WOODEN SLATES
The flat carport roofing style has had its share of the limelight for decades. The simple, yet effective design applies to many different property types. This detached carport wooden slates merely looking to keep vehicles protected.
When you need style and sophistication to your Mediterranean style home, this carport will be a great feature. It gives your structure the ‘wow’ factor and enhances the appeal of your property.
Whether you are an established homeowner or a prospecting new home buyer, something that should always be in consideration is your carport. Whether this space is limited to one car, or something more significant that doubles as an outdoor shaded area/entertaining space, a carport is a staple of the home.