137 Winter Hall Design Photos

AR Design Studio Ltd
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Manor House Stables
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the building's history. Before pouring the concrete, Ramus excavated the floor and added ridge-foam insulation and radiant heating. Even in British winters, the building requires little additional heat.
the building's history. Before pouring the concrete, Ramus excavated the floor and added ridge-foam insulation and radiant heating. Even in British winters, the building requires little additional heat.
the building’s history. Before pouring the concrete, Ramus excavated the floor and added ridge-foam insulation and radiant heating. Even in British winters, the building requires little additional heating.
“Doors” — tina
Shannon Malone
Hallway
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Great north east facing room for winter coffee
Like the winter garden feel
Winter deck.
“Love the simple use of colours. Cream and brown .. Dave agrees.” — mariedong
Modern Country Lady
Entrance hall Spring display
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Blooms. Add a few winter blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing quite like a tiny little bloom popping up from amidst the
Snowdrops early spring / late winter bloom
The all-winter or early spring blooming possibility.
One of the earliest harbingers of spring, the delicate-looking snowdrop is tough enough to poke through snow in Northern gardens and to bloom through winter in the South. Snowdrop makes a graceful addition to meadows, beds and borders. If you have snowdrop blooms to spare in spring, consider digging up
10. Blooms. Add a few winter blooming bulbs to your garden. There is nothing quite like a tiny little bloom popping up from amidst the drifts of snow. Great choices for early bloomers include chionodoxa (glory-of-the-snow), snowdrops (pictured), hellebores and the familiar crocus.
“lily of the valley” — 1ariche
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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
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Bulletin Board
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Insulation helps keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter, so spending a bit extra to create a well-insulated home will save you money in the long run. And don’t neglect the details. Insulated pipes will help prevent burst pipes in winter — and the floods that go along with them. Can lights are
cheap,” says Fry. “For a small extra cost, you get lots more R-value.“ Insulation helps keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter, so spending a bit extra to create a well-insulated home will save you money in the long run.
Insulation helps keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter, so spending a bit extra to create a well-insulated home will save you money in the long run. And don’t neglect the details. Insulated pipes will help prevent burst pipes in winter — and the floods that go along with them. Can lights are
“corkboard” — mongmongah
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
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the Sterns of nature back in Siberia, where winter often lasts up to five months.
The Siberian couple who lives in this Vermont home has a series of paintings by Russian artist Postoev V.D. The scenery reminds them of nature back in Siberia, where winters often last up to five months.See more of this
“Russian landscapes” — nicolecan
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Reading Hall
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a room can be segmented for more reading privacy. Even when not in use, the curtain adds a soft, classic touch to a library. For a traditional fall/winter weight, think velvet.
and a built in place to read define the good life. This nook is flooded with light and a few hours in this space would cure even the worst case of winter blues.
“Repisas” — xgostin
Birdhouse Interior Design
hall space
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A system of hooks in your entryway makes it easy to keep track of hats, scarves, and winter accessories.TIP: Hanging up your gear is not just about looking organized. Wet winter hats and scarves will dry out faster if they're hung up.
“Stool and hanger for passage” — leen78
Sunscape Homes, Inc
1 Review
Long Corridor
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Winter Park
“Flooring” — Yolanda Ford
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