2,494 A touch of summer Dining Design Photos

Karen Hartley Interiors
1 Review
Carrollton Home Design
Ideabooks1,410
Questions4
have a similar window. I love this window in the winter for all of the light it brings in but in the summer, the upper dome half of the window brings in too much heat. Any ideas or pictures for summer treatments that could be interchangeable?
“Dinning room wondow” — Ashley Cornwell
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,036
Questions4
covered, sort of like the curtains also, like it to be a little more contemporary or clean lines, but this looks cool for texas summers. Would like some fans built in
Summer Room Wooden Ceiling
“White chairs” — sarahhaken
Romanza Interior Design
The Isabella II at Mediterra
Ideabooks180
Questions1
square foot Isabella II offers a spacious Master Suite occupying one side of the home, and also includes luxury options such as a sparkling pool and summer kitchen overlooking one of Mediterra’s serene lakes.
Love the pink and neutrals for a sophisticated summer vacation home style Chandelier: http://shopcandelabra.com/arteriors-maurice-chandelier.html
“soft folds of valence” — Kathryn Dillon
The Couture Rooms
1 Review
Conservatory/Family Space
Ideabooks3,191
Questions5
Regarding the cold temps in the winter, how do you keep it heated and then cooled in the summer. Also, does it get much moisture condensation? I'm wanting to convert our deck to a 3 or 4 season room and just wondering about the temperature issue
Wind and hail? Up here in Scotland we scoff at wind and hail! It is all weather proof, cosy in the winter and cool and breezy in the summer. Glad you all like it!
“Table run” — mpazos
Summer Thornton Design, Inc
9 Reviews
Palmolive Building
Ideabooks57
Questions1
Summer Thornton Design, Inc
“Tartan upholstery” — ljandhoosh
Barefoot Design Group, LLC
A' La Mer - Dining Room Detail
Ideabooks3,902
Questions6
summer decorating
great for summer
“Tablescape” — kvbrooker
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Ideabooks1,345
Questions3
your typical concrete for making street curbs; this glass-fiber-reinforced version from Newbold Stone, who did all the concrete work, is smooth to the touch. The wood panel beneath the bar is cherry with a burled pattern. The dining furniture is from Collectic Home.
your typical concrete for making street curbs; this glass-fiber-reinforced version from Newbold Stone, who did all the concrete work, is smooth to the touch. The wood panel beneath the bar is cherry with a burled pattern. The dining furniture is from Collectic Home
your typical concrete for making street curbs; this glass-fiber-reinforced version from Newbold Stone, who did all the concrete work, is smooth to the touch.
your typical concrete for making street curbs; this glass-fiber-reinforced version from Newbold Stone, who did all the concrete work, is smooth to the touch. The wood panel beneath the bar is cherry with a burled pattern. The dining furniture is from Collectic Home.
“Lighting” — avantibera
Gregory Carmichael
1 Review
West Seattle Dining Room
Ideabooks2,619
Questions8
l love the almond and black color with a touch of plum in chairs
A spare and modern dining room is made richer by just a touch of plum on the seats of the chairs.
A spare and modern dining room is made richer by just a touch of plum on the seats of the chairs.
“window” — brandtn
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