17,566 Winter Home Design Photos

Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Winter Cabin 1
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Located in the Wilson Ranch community of the Methow Valley, the area is a winter ski hub in Washington and a training ground for the US Nordic ski team.
is highly detailed while covered walkways provide shelter from the harsh winters in this region.
Winter Cabin 1
“Shed roof add on” — junglejill2u
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Villa Terra
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features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling loads and energy use. 2. High
grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the house from unnecessary heat gain in summer. 9. Reclaimed
coating at all doors and windows reduces heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter, cutting energy use. 14. Engineered Structural Lumber Extensive use of
“colour” — jairajkale
Amy Renea
Garden Tour
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plants: Giant compost bins throughout the property are filled through fall, winter and spring. Then tomato plants are planted in the compost bins each spring
grown in compost containers which are spread out and filled fall, winter and spring, which then get "hidden" by the plants in summer. Sungold tomatoes
plants: Giant compost bins throughout the property are filled through fall, winter and spring. Then tomato plants are planted in the compost bins each spring
“Erdbeeren, tomaten” — bandini01
Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Villa Terra
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features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling loads and energy use. 2. High
grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the house from unnecessary heat gain in summer. 9. Reclaimed
coating at all doors and windows reduces heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter, cutting energy use. 14. Engineered Structural Lumber Extensive use of
“terrace/fireplace” — medusa9
Andy Stone Bespoke Interiors
1 Review
Gunn
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a button.” For easy use Stone installed a number of settings, including winter evening, daytime and entertaining, so the family can choose the perfect
a button.’ For easy use, Andy installed a number of settings, including winter evening, daytime and entertaining, so the family can create the perfect
a button.” For easy use Stone installed a number of settings, including winter evening, daytime and entertaining, so the family can choose the perfect
“Cooker & island” — Marie Fleming
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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Winter-hardy succulents Most succulents come from warmer regions and need to be grown in containers so they can be moved inside during winter in very cold
potting mix. Those succulents that are frost hardy need to be kept very dry in winter. Try Agave Americana, Aloe ferox, Yucca gloriosa and Beschorneria yuccoides
“Use of cacti” — barbaradocent
Nichole Loiacono Design
2 Reviews
Connecticut Bedroom
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Valspar's Winter Flannel is a similar color.
Valspar's Winter Flannel is a similar color. - too dark, paint?
Winter flannel - same as stephs bdrm
“Bef” — jennynelson
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
Hwesterstede.jpg
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Witch hazel (4 mid to late winter color)
Witch Hazel Winter Beauty and Westerstead
“Color, structure Witch hazel” — lgermann
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