529 day lily Home Design Photos

Design Farm Group
13 Reviews
Casual European Garden
Like little seating area that has been created here and pop of color from day lilies.
“Like little seating area that has been created here and pop of color from day lilies.” — jacksonbenja
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
33 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Hello jfjchastain, thanks for your question. The plants in front of the fence are a mix of day lilies and daffodils - the ones behind the fence are red twig dogwood and Limelight Hydrangea. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project! Robert Welsch
“Seating area” — jourdanbbradley
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Bluff Plantation
Lily Gahagan Ah, I see. Bluff Plantation is the name of the architect's project, not the paint color. Our color expert Kerrie Kelly recommends trying Sherwin
“Paint color” — saskiaswan
Studio Dearborn
23 Reviews
serena and lily
“handles are wrong. Good cabinets, backspash, faucet” — bcarcaci
Nigel Rollings Landscape Design
“Yes yessity yes” — desq
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Dining
Hi lily121, It's the Norden Table from IKEA :: thirdstone inc. [^]
“Fleurs arrangement” — patate29
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Jewell Street Addition
How to make a day bed cover
Gray's Anatomy. Gray is such a hot neutral these days, but some people struggle with how to make it look interesting. One way is to use two different shades of gray, such as charcoal and steel gray. You'll still have a monochromatic look but the variation will add just enough interest to catch the
“Grey-charcoal focal point” — maydanozlee
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Thanks. At least now I know what time of day to photograph the project I'm putting this on. :)
the shadow line at midwindow using the June 21 (summer solstice) sun angle.For moderate climates, at base 65 degrees during days when heat is needed and base 75 degrees during days when air conditioning is needed, locate the shadow line at the windowsill using the summer solstice sun angle.For hot climates
“chaleureux” — marmottedulac
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