6,697 Snow Melting Home Design Photos

Finished Basement Company
6 Reviews
Snow Creek Basement
Ideabooks300
Questions0
Snow Creek Basement
“Doors and brick around doors” — brockelmeyer
Seattle Remodeler & Custom Home Builder Best of Houzz 2012, 2013, 2014
Ventana Construction is a full-service professional remodeler and custom home builder. We build custom homes from the ground up as well as large-scale remodels and additions.
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Coburn Development
1 Review
Fishing Ranch
Ideabooks6,089
Questions1
“Siding directions and color” — mibrooks
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - Entertainment Rooms
Ideabooks5,552
Questions2
Might be ok to have a brick garage floor if you live in an area with no salt and snow.
“Storage and entertainment area - seating, entertainment center, bar area” — sarawood72
Martin Kobus Home
5 Reviews
West Shore
Ideabooks7,398
Questions7
Spa master bathroom, smoked french white oak flooring, caesarstone floating counters in color snow.
“Plancher” — carolineleonard77
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Oceanfront Entry
Ideabooks460
Questions2
is slate with a colored concrete border. Called multi-colored slate. Sub base is a concrete bed with 1/2" grout. Will hold up in warm weather. Cold/ snow/ freeze- thaw will cause the grout to crack. Recommend for cold weather using slate from your local area, use thicker slab material & set into sub base
“like the colors used and the idea...” — sallyann07
Elad Gonen
1 Review
porch
Ideabooks4,932
Questions2
shade idea - latts wouldn't work because of snow
“Slats” — Deborah Blake
Craig Alan Homes, Inc
3 Reviews
Custom closet
Ideabooks660
Questions1
Snow leopard rug- love it! Where can I find it, please? Thanks so much!
“Shelves sides of window” — barbcrawford
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Yeung Residence
Ideabooks3,632
Questions4
design. Flat roofs offer a clean, modern look and can be great solutions where height is restricted. Not recommended in areas with heavy rainfalls or snow accumulates.Adding Interest: In this example, some walls extend beyond the roof to create more definition.
“slope” — leandacey
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