5,704 Snow Home Design Photos

Sandberg Schoffel Architects
Laggan Church
Ideabooks174
Questions0
Since it snows in this part of Australia during most winters, Sandberg added a fireplace to the bathroom for an added touch of luxury. Heat lamps help keep the space warm, too.
Since it snows in this part of New South Wales during most winters, Sandberg added a fireplace to the bathroom for a touch of luxury. Heat lamps help keep the space warm, too.
“window” — gracefullyp
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes December
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Snow can actually help the garden, as it is the best insulator against the cold. Without adequate snow cover, plants are vulnerable to the frost-heave cycle, which can expose roots, resulting in plant death. To hedge your bets, mulch the garden after the ground has frozen, to keep it frozen. Shredded
“Mulch the garden AFTER the ground is frozen, in order to keep it frozen” — Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
IMG_5884.JPG
Ideabooks18
Questions0
Don’t cut down the garden. It will be better protected against ice and snow if left standing, will provide cover for wildlife and will look stunning in winter. Trust me.
Central Plains. "Don’t cut down the garden," advises Nebraska garden consultant Benjamin Vogt. "It will be better protected against ice and snow if left standing, will provide cover for wildlife and will look stunning in winter. Trust me."Get his Central Plains November checklist
“Yippee - "7 reasons not to clean up the fall garden". Looks just like home!” — birddoo
Barbara Pintozzi
January Great Lakes
Ideabooks20
Questions0
Maintain winter interest with evergreens. As snow cover can be unreliable and Great Lakes gardens can reappear during a January thaw, it's important to have evergreen perennials for winter interest, such as hellebores (Helleborus x hybridus, Helleborus niger), coral bells (Heuchera hybrids) and hepaticas
hepaticas (the native Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa, shown). When there is no snow, water these evergreen plants to prevent dessication.
“Evergreens...hellebores, corabells?” — mfitzvintage
Landon Bone Baker Architects
Landon Bone Baker Architects
Ideabooks225
Questions0
the primary colors against the white snow.
...and stand out even more against the snow-covered ground.
“Attractive colors 2” — Youssef Sameh Aboualghar
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Monarda.JPG
Ideabooks20
Questions0
by late summer, and deadheading doesn't always bring back new blooms. Consider leaving the unique seed heads that will be delicately topped by winter snow, making the garden that much more pleasing on the coldest days. Now's the time to think about what to plant among early bloomers like bee balm so the
back new blooms," writes Nebraska garden consultant Benjamin Vogt. "Consider leaving the unique seed heads that will be delicately topped by winter snow, making the garden that much more pleasing on the coldest days."Get his Central Plains September checklist
“Central Plains. Plants such as bee balm (Monarda spp) tend to look scraggly by late summer, and dead” — Annie Thornton
Jeni Lee
3 generations on 330 square meters
Ideabooks279
Questions0
courtyard space that connects the two dwellings attracts plenty of birds. The families often eat in the courtyard and also use the space to grow tomatoes, snow peas, herbs, greens and fruit. Bird feeder: The Conservatory
courtyard space that connects the two dwellings attracts plenty of birds. The families often eat in the courtyard and also use the space to grow tomatoes, snow peas, herbs, green leafy vegetables and fruit. Bird feeder: The Conservatory
“Jeni LeeSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 10. Share the feast with the birds. Try making a classic DIY bir” — rabn22
Kelly & Stone Architects
6 Reviews
Over the edge house
Ideabooks79
Questions0
...so let's go skiing!Is it snowing where you are? Upload a photo of your house or yard below!More: Get Prepared for Winter's Wonderful WaysWinter Postcard: Snowy Scenes Around the HouzzSnow Days: Winterize the House for Indoor Fun20 Ways to Warm Up Winter
“Recreate” — warddavis
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™