14,173 A touch of summer Outdoor Design Photos

Moore Architects, PC
Riverside Residence
Ideabooks1,220
Questions1
Summer house
“Symetry” — rlugo66
Nicholas Rosaci Interiors
1 Review
Suburban Hideaway
Ideabooks1,912
Questions6
The pillows for my summer look
“Wood, compatible” — christopherjsmith2
Our Town Plans
Captain's Watch
Ideabooks6,968
Questions7
Now that's where I want to spend my summers!!! 2014-06-10
“Sun room” — Dawson Boyer
Authentic Provence® Inc
Exterior Design
Ideabooks286
Questions1
“Landscape” — lloydwoodworks
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Lake House
Ideabooks34,344
Questions8
heatYou want to be able to enjoy your waterfront location morning, noon and night, but it can get chilly when the sun goes down, even in the height of summer. So remember to factor in a heat source. Here, a wood burning fire keeps this waterside deck toasty. Hurricane lanterns dotted around provide illumination
“Perfect deck” — carolecld
Leslie Ebert
Stonegate-Gardens.com
Ideabooks4,359
Questions0
leathery skin.The problem is caused by calcium deficiency. It's most common in areas where the growing season starts out wet and then dries out over the summer.Prevent this issue by watering deeply on a regular schedule. Soaker hoses are best because sprinklers that water tomato foliage can cause another disease
“Fence” — pmbrown720
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Vegetable Gardens
Ideabooks2,329
Questions1
Late spring, early summer when the temperatures are still cool enough for lettuce and pansies.
“Design” — maddyzac
One Specialty Landscape Design, Pools & Hardscape
9 Reviews
Aquarius - Custom Swimming Pool - Flower Mound, TX
Ideabooks1,090
Questions1
this installation but don't know what kind of grass will handle the west texas sun sandwiched between concrete that radiates tremendous heat in the summer. Can you share the type of grass you used. or is it fake grass? Also who does salt finish concrete in Austin?
“rock salt finish” — yogaismyhappyplace
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