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love this wooded winter wonder land
When considering the winter landscape around your home, don't neglect to add both evergreen and decidous trees. Evergreens provide a bit of green in the lean months, as well as providing home for many woodland creatures. Deciduous trees can provide striking outlines in the winter snow as their trunks
4. Schedule work for the winter. Contractors are generally very busy in the summer but might be willing to give you a discount if you schedule work for the winter — at least here, in Philadelphia. It may be different in a warm city like San Diego
“Pine trees birch trees” — Bob Holmberg
Peace Design
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This is a huge house! So beautiful in the "Winter Wonderland!"
Ultimate winter hideout
Beautiful winter cabin
Winter house...Winter chalet...Winter wonderland...winter :)
“Love the exterior” — ccidea
John Maniscalco Architecture
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Sugar Bowl Residence
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Winter’s icy cold can be exacerbated by strong winds. Left unchecked, this cold air can penetrate windows, doors and other small openings in your home’s facade
I could live here...Winter’s icy cold can be exacerbated by strong winds. Left unchecked, this cold air can penetrate windows, doors and other small openings in your home’s facade
Trees. Sometimes all that is left in a winter garden are large trees. Surrounding your home with these specimens provides a practical windbreak, but also provides a visual sense of enclosure. Consider planting smaller evergreens to complete the picture.
Winter’s icy cold can be exacerbated by strong
summer.In temperate areas: Place buildings below the crest of a hill, facing south, for heat gain in winter.In cold areas: Place buildings toward the bottom of a sloped site to protect them from winter winds, and buffer the northern faces of the buildings with windbreaks.In hot, arid areas: Place buildings
“Guidelines” — Alicia Wilson
Jay Greene Photography
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Elevations
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winter decor
beautiful home in the winter
Beautiful Victorian in winter
winter christams atmosphere
“Postcard look” — pradue
CAST architecture
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Mazama Ranchero
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sauna area includes a covered wooden shed and a wax room for preparing skis in the winter. The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects the structure’s base during the winter snowpack and spring snowmelt cycle,” according to the architects, and maintenance-free
The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects the structure’s base during the winter snowpack and spring snowmelt cycle,” according to the architects, and maintenance-free Cor-Ten steel siding above.
sauna area includes a covered wooden shed and a wax room for preparing skis in the winter.The two primary exterior wall materials are visible here: concrete down low, which “protects the structure’s base during the winter snowpack and spring snowmelt cycle,” according to the architects, and maintenance-free
“Ranch” — brianc73
Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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blankets of white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter, pastels of spring, greens of summer
and fewer windows as a response to the harsh winters and the unavailability of glass.
Take seasonal changes in the landscape into consideration, such as green grass and leaves as well as blue sky in summer to blankets of white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white
yellow in it, in lieu of a stark white. The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter, pastels of spring, greens of summer or oranges and browns of autumn.
“Stoop” — misterobg
Princeton Architectural Press
Tom Kundig: Houses 2
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Like that it could be closed up in winter.
like the idea of shutting up the cabin for the winter.
deck and winter wall
Winter warmth...Utah lot for winter
“magic” — kelleymerica
Hydrangea Home
Dawn Mohrmann
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Window box winter spruce and greenery
A winter planter doesn't need to be planted. Here a wire-frame window box is filled with a mix of cut evergreens, holly branches and decorative grapevine balls for a temporary display.
starting to get a little long and leggy. Time to clear them out and re-fill the window boxes with some winter-hardy plants and greenery. Tuck in a few decorative pieces for interest.
A winter planter doesn't need to be planted. Here a wire-frame window box is filled with a mix of cut evergreens
“Simple chuma and plants” — julieechurch
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