81 Summer Classics Day Bed Exterior Design Photos

Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks110K
Questions87
requesting and good luck with your project! Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant Tusk. OC-8. Portico Ceilings (stained wood). Ben Moore, Mid Summer Night. 2134-20. Siding: James Hardi Cement Board siding with custom paint color. Ben Moore. Copley Gray. HC-104 Roofing: Timberline, Barkwood.
know. Sincerely, Ron Sonnek, President Sicora, Inc. Salem house. Trim/pillars. Ben Moore , elephant tusk. OC-8. Portico ceilings: Ben Moore, mid summer night. 2134-20 ( dark stain) Roof: timberline, bark wood Siding: Ben Moore. Copley gray. Hc-104
Trim/pillar colors: Ben Moore. Elephant Tusk. OC-8. Portico Ceilings (stained wood). Ben Moore, Mid Summer Night. 2134-20. Siding: James Hardi Cement Board siding with custom paint color. Ben Moore. Copley Gray. HC-104 Roofing: Timberline, Barkwood.
“color scheme and trim detail” — Martin Appliance and More
Farrell Design Assoc Inc,
7 Reviews
Florida Home
Ideabooks750
Questions2
bowls, leash, pet bed First aid kit
MOVING Plan for moving day. Put together a moving-day box with essentials
•Healthy snacks, paper plates, cups, utensils and a coffeemaker •Pet food, bowls, leash, pet bed •First aid kit
Plan for moving day. Put together a moving-day box with essentials that you will keep in your car. Moving is kind of like camping, so
Plan for moving day. Put together a moving-day box with essentials that you will keep in your car. Moving is kind of like camping, so pack accordingly. Include: •Your moving file •Supplies
colorful, fun and snappy, not unlike a highway billboard meant to be read at 60 miles per hour on the way to the beach in a classic woody.
Plan for moving day. Put together a moving-day box with essentials that you will keep in your car. Moving is kind of like camping, so pack accordingly. Include:Your
“Car” — williecali6
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,581
Questions6
Where do you sleep? I dont see a bed?
but may not be for a single person living in a loft. The extra space from the dormers gave us room to build storage for our clothing. Our queen size bed easily fits in the loft with plenty of room to spare. If you don’t count space taken up by furniture, cabinets, shower, etc., the ground level of our
the panels and the couple's low electricity needs, the solar array meets most (if not all) of the couple's power needs during the summer. In the winter they spend just $1 a day on electricity.
the panels and the couple's low electricity needs, the solar array meets most (if not all) of the couple's power needs during the summer. In the winter they spend just $1 a day on electricity.The house sits on a 5-acre property with another house and a studio apartment. The couple pays the owner of this
“Like this small space” — Brenda Barber
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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks16,629
Questions8
Thanks. At least now I know what time of day to photograph the project I'm putting this on. :)
There is a bunk room with two bunk beds, and there is a master bedroom. There is only one bath, but it is multi-functional with separate small "rooms" for shower, toilet and vanity areas
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, at
“nice mix of industrial/natural materials” — pgrover75
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Side elevation
Ideabooks4,906
Questions3
through. This type of fence functions much like the picket fence in that it defines an edge. It also provides that perfect place to sit on a warm summer day.
one day this would be a great house for us
through.This type of fence functions much like the picket fence in that it defines an edge. It also provides that perfect place to sit on a warm summer day.
Simple greenery and classic white fencing round out the home's traditional Lowcountry look. The terne metal roofing makes a surprising statement against the home's whitewashed cypress exterior. More:Houzz Tour: A Sweet Southern MakeoverSouthern Style: Lowcountry LuxeCozy Cabin Style
“Seta” — zpaulsz
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks13,891
Questions6
everything. Just the right size for summer living.
This is the kinda house I would like one day
garden camping, take a look at this building. It was designed by a couple in California as an annual summer camp on their farm for their grandchildren. It boasts a bathhouse and shower block, camp beds and a covered seating area. The blackboard is for posting daily schedules for activities, like horse
“low roof” — maggiewissel
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Day Exterior
Ideabooks8,632
Questions6
lake retreat on Lake Tadpole. Each “building” is rotated and angled to soak in the best views and creates a village of sorts. Cypress and cedar on a bed of stone and a splash of red brings on and almost Adirondak cabin feel.
OVERHANGS... ON ALL SIDES FOR SUMMER SHADING.
my studio. one day...Classic style...Day Exterior
“Great lines for cottage” — gezakadar
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks21,860
Questions11
What did you use for the edging around your flower beds?
nice exterior features. mailbox matches the raised beds.
stepped entry wih stone beds and columns
take the time to come up with a basic plan for your landscape. Aim for a good balance of lawn and plants. "Avoid just putting sod down and calling it a day," says Kyle Sheffield of LDA Architecture & Interiors. "Create a transition from the house to the grade by using species that descend in height from
Add architectural elements to the landscape. Accentuate plantings with large raised beds and a matching mailbox post. Notice how the three brick structures create a triangle and balance the pathway; all three elements working together to draw your eye to the front door.
“The pavers” — mpsanne
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