6,860 Ice Home Design Photos

8. Clear all exterior pathways of snow and ice. Nothing will turn away potential buyers faster than a treacherously icy path. Open-house guests should be able to easily walk all the way around the house and access outbuildings. Provide as much off-street (snow-cleared) parking as you can to make things
“Garage loft side of hill” — visitcantley
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
seasonal pleasures. Sit down now and make a big list of all of the summery things you want to do this year, whether big (camp by a lake) or small (make ice cream).More ways to enjoy life’s simple pleasures
“landscaping” — sharrington1
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Between the ice and water on the door and the C-channel pulls, this panel-front built-in side-by-side is not trying to conceal its identity. The chalkboard panels are a nice alternative to stainless steel, alleviating fingerprint worries for the busy family who uses it.
“Microwave” — penrithmanor
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
and where the snow sheds. Keep children and pets away from shedding areas, as a snowpack from a roof is quite heavy and dangerous. Also, note where ice has formed on the ground — it’s slippery and dangerous.
“Entrance” — jpaul3355
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tineke triggs
These window treatments look just like the stripes in a box of Breyer's ice cream, and create a vibrant backdrop for the more subdued furniture in the room. The floral pattern on the host and hostess chairs add just the right
“Table and head chair” — John day
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Modern Craftsman - Dallas, TX
Use beautiful furniture: This vanity is a piece of furniture that would work well in any room of the house, and the drawer pulls are the icing on the cake.
“Walpaper” — northbrookmommy
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
5. Who says a reading haven needs to be indoors? Hang an old-fashioned hammock complete with a quaint country set-up (ice tea compulsory).
“Ideal life” — Jen Miller
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Floating Layers
on staggered levels. At the forefront we see the bar fridge and sink with a handy flexible tap while a nifty built-in nook behind it stores drinks on ice, while at the rear we see a cooktop on the elongated bench with backless stools for guests to perch on.
“outdoor” — puntge
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