The first step was to paint the area under the flooring so that if there were any gaps (there were), they'd be much less noticeable. Then I started cutting the flooring to fit and gluing it down.
this link (sort of a Pinterest for home renovation and decor) and found a few porches I liked that had the flooring laid out like this around the corners.
I did a dry-fit of the porch roof, and cut the notches so that the roof fits snugly against the side of the house.
Luckily, I have a ton of trim left over from construction, and I found this piece that I stuck up there to try and level it off.
One thing that hasn't been my favorite part, however, are the windows I decided to add to the front of the house under the balcony. The intention is to add light to the bathroom as I explained in this post. These are the windows going in, and I like the way they'll give another view into the house.
But, back to the one finished window. Here it is set into place. It looks so great!
I found the most adorable little metal "wicker" set for the porch on Etsy. It totally looks like something I could see her buying in real life.