60,900 A touch of summer Home Design Photos

Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks98,667
Questions80
requesting and good luck with your project! Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant Tusk. OC-8. Portico Ceilings (stained wood). Ben Moore, Mid Summer Night. 2134-20. Siding: James Hardi Cement Board siding with custom paint color. Ben Moore. Copley Gray. HC-104 Roofing: Timberline, Barkwood.
know. Sincerely, Ron Sonnek, President Sicora, Inc. Salem house. Trim/pillars. Ben Moore , elephant tusk. OC-8. Portico ceilings: Ben Moore, mid summer night. 2134-20 ( dark stain) Roof: timberline, bark wood Siding: Ben Moore. Copley gray. Hc-104
requesting and good luck with your project! Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant Tusk. OC-8. Portico Ceilings (stained wood). Ben Moore, Mid Summer Night. 2134-20. Siding: James Hardi Cement Board siding with custom paint color. Ben Moore. Copley Gray. HC-104 Roofing: Timberline, Barkwood.
“Outside house color” — bsktbllr
John Milner Architects, Inc.
New French-Vernacular-Style Residence
Ideabooks319
Questions0
which is a hardy perennial, grows to 2 feet and loves full sun or partial shade; in those conditions it will flower for a couple of months in late summer and early autumn.
which is a hardy perennial, grows to 2 feet and loves full sun or partial shade; in those conditions it will flower for a couple of months in late summer and early autumn.
“glorious color and takes very little care. Bird & butterfly friendly.” — sophie10415
Harte Brownlee & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
Contemporary Beach Home
Ideabooks3,259
Questions11
seagrass carpet inviting for a living room... softer to the feel... can you please let me know what carpets are in this pic and if they are "silky" to the touch or more course.
A low-pile wool or other natural material — like sisal, jute, cotton or sea grass (as shown in this photo) — are great for the summer months.
winter, then switching them out for a low-pile wool or other natural material — like sisal, jute, cotton or sea grass (as shown in this photo) — for the summer months.
winter, then switching them out for a low-pile wool or other natural material — like sisal, jute, cotton or sea grass (as shown in this photo) — for the summer months.With so many rug choices available in so many price points, take advantage by getting different reasonably priced options. Multiple throw rugs
“Two area rugs, very textured sisal” — DIY Design Coach
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks806
Questions0
great double deck porches! Gorgeous siding! The brick by the pool is such a nice touch
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The shingled home boasts classic Hamptons styling. The pool and patio are often used for hosting large parties during the summer.See more photos of this home
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classic Hamptons styling. The pool and patio are often used for hosting large parties during the summer.
“window trim” — jimmacadam
A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
Ideabooks7,030
Questions3
This relaxed, easy summer look makes us want to kick off our shoes & put our feet up!
Makes me think of a nice cool spot in summer.
Bring outdoor furniture inside. This vintage beach chair just screams "summer lake house" to me.
Keep it relaxedCoastal style is all about easy summer living, so choose natural materials with a little bit of wear and tear to create that laid-back vibe. Then kick off your shoes, put your feet up and
“likey” — Kylie Park
Bromley Caldari Architects PC
The Captain's House
Ideabooks1,312
Questions1
the standard length, hold 12 inches of soil and grass on the roof, creating more insulation that keeps the space warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
the standard length, hold 12 inches of soil and grass on the roof, creating more insulation that keeps the space warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
“Open concept” — missbuzzb
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Pinewold
Ideabooks30,935
Questions6
outdoor living space, the porches was traditionally used as a mudroom or a place for getting respite from the heat when it was too hot inside during the summer. It eventually became a place for enjoying shared moments with family and friends, rocking away the time while taking in the evening air. Get this
outdoor living space, the porches was traditionally used as a mudroom or a place for getting respite from the heat when it was too hot inside during the summer. It eventually became a place for enjoying shared moments with family and friends, rocking away the time while taking in the evening air.
outdoor living space, the porches was traditionally used as a mudroom or a place for getting respite from the heat when it was too hot inside during the summer. It eventually became a place for enjoying shared moments with family and friends, rocking away the time while taking in the evening air. Get this
“porche” — vigoncalves
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks15,824
Questions8
mahogany/steel curvilinear dining table and in the custom mahogany coffee table. The cabin has a simple, elemental quality that is enhanced by custom touches such as the curvilinear maple entry screen and the custom furniture pieces. The cabin utilizes native Michigan hardwoods such as maple and birch. The
shadow line at midwindow using the June 21 (summer solstice) sun angle.For moderate climates, at base 65 degrees during days when heat is needed and base 75 degrees during days when air conditioning is needed, locate the shadow line at the windowsill using the summer solstice sun angle.For hot climates, at
“corrugated metal roofing as siding” — cstewbaby
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