63,790 A touch of summer Home Design Photos

Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Pinewold
Ideabooks31,558
Questions6
The flowers maybe for next summer either side of back door
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. Get this
furniture. Keep your porch lights on in the evenings, in case potential buyers drive by. Illuminating the front walk with solar lights is a nice extra touch, especially if you will be showing the house during the evening.
“Black screen door” — angelajune
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,937
Questions2
Watch out for garden bugs: Summer is party season for many garden pests and diseases such as spider mites, leaf rollers, aphids, chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, chiggers, grubs, scale, powdery
The urn is a nice touch
Watch out for garden bugs: Summer is party season for many garden pests and diseases such as spider mites, leaf rollers, aphids, chinch bugs, fleas, ticks, chiggers, grubs, scale, powdery
“The urn is a nice touch” — farhad53
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks896
Questions1
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
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 | Show us your homeBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | Contemporary HomesMidcentury Homes
classic Hamptons styling. The pool and patio are often used for hosting large parties during the summer.
“Chairs” — teresa3788
Bromley Caldari Architects PC
The Captain's House
Ideabooks1,426
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.
“Stair” — medline
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Drifts of naturalistic plantings
Ideabooks4,498
Questions4
sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink flowers), Amsonia 'Blue Ice' (between Carex
carex sprengelii, allium Summer Beauty,Amsonia "Blue Ice", Molina "Moorflame", Stacjus "Humelo
meadow: carex sprengelii, allium "summer beauty", amsonia "blue ice:, mokinia "moonflame", stachys "humello"
ocarinas or weatherproof drums, a tiny rakable Japanese garden, stacking stones, plants like Himalayan impatiens with seed pods that burst open at the touch. Create a bit of mystery with paths leading to unseen destinations. Add a sheltered bench to enjoy the rain or sun. March 14, 2014 at 2:54pm Like
alternative to turf grass. Here, various grasses and flowers are interspersed to create a vibrant landscape. The mature deciduous tress shade the house in summer and allow the sun to warm the house in winter.
“Naturalistic garden” — 3freemans
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks8,850
Questions4
welcome respite on long, hot walks. I've spotted dog water bowls on sidewalks outside cafés on a recent trip to Chicago and thought about what a cool touch that would be in the front yard of a residence. You could make it as simple as a bowl of water or as fancy as an installed spigot with a basin underneath
cool touch that would be in the front yard of a residence. You could make it as simple as a bowl of water or as fancy as an installed spigot with a basin underneath.
“Why not take this opportunity to add a water feature to your landscape that your dog can access?” — Marianne LipanovichIn summer’s heat
“Dogs bowl” — echristensen16
Tara Seawright
Bathroom
Ideabooks14,588
Questions15
Try this easy summer cleaning routine. Of course every once in a while it's a good idea to do a deeper cleaning, but who wants to deal with that in the summer heat? By sticking with this routine, your bath can stay fresh looking in only
cloth dampened with water.3. Start with the cleanest area (mirror, sink) and end with the grimiest (tub, then toilet). Toss the cloth in a hamper.4. Summer can mean more mildew buildup, so every once in a while throw the shower curtain and bath mat in the wash, too.
Pretty and fresh, this cottage-style bath feels just as right for a young woman as for a little girl. One simple, youthful touch — the floral shower curtain — completely changes the feel of the space. Although it wouldn't be out of place in an adult's bathroom, it could easily
“Bath” — ljensen1
Dlux Images
Armonk New York
Ideabooks2,100
Questions5
rot. Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers appear on large older trees in upright clusters in the spring and summer. Toxicity: Nontoxic. Caution: The leaves have serrated edges that can be abrasive.
Windows are too big and contemporary - del office? might be too hot in summer?
water only very occasionally (possibly only one time the entire winter) to keep the foliage from wilting. Be sure to let the soil become dry to the touch 1 to 2 inches deep before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally minimizes the probability
rot.Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers appear on large older trees in upright clusters in the spring and summer.Toxicity: Nontoxic.Caution: The leaves have serrated edges that can be abrasive.
“color” — casahawaii
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