For what it's worth, I don't think that is a pine. As best I as can see it's either a spruce or hemlock. Not that it makes a lot of difference, but...
1. Raise the canopy several more feet to about gutter level.
2. Remove the ? shrub from in front of the window.
3. Bring the bed along the front of the house about 3-5 wide and connect it to the area under the pine.
4. After 2 and 3, plant some smaller shrubs along the front of the house- maybe smaller azalea variety such as Kurume or Satsuki or hawthorne.
5. Either have just shrubs for #4 or have a perennial bed in front of the shrubs.
6. Hostas would look nice under the tree as already mentioned.
May I suggest "dry shade?" Any substantial tree is going to suck up the water first and some "shade" plants are more suited to boggy areas.
I would also consider removing the Leyland ? from the right side of the door. After that, I would plant matching (smaller) shrubs on either side of the door.