14,520 A touch of summer Outdoor Design Photos

Christopher Kellie Design Inc.
1 Review
The Farm at Banner Elk - Pasture Lane Lot 5
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"This area is popular with second-home retirees in the summer for the beautiful scenery, great golf and quaint shops, along with arts and culture festivals hosted by the university and surrounding towns," she says. Hikers, bikers, kayakers, skiers and fall-foliage seekers also flock to the area. The
“Sometimes ya gotta get back to the simple” — hassie_13
Diego Bortolato
the views
Ideabooks10,038
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cover my deck with metal roofing since I have 2 X 4's as beams and the weather here in Tennessee is sometimes very harsh in winter and very hot also in summer. I need to protect my plants also from the sunshine. Love your work though, you give me good ideas that I would never think of on my own. Thanks
“Planters” — alchris1951
Elad Gonen
1 Review
porch
Ideabooks12,247
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Summer kitchen
“Nafs'ha !!” — yaqoob1962
Ferris Land Design - Richard Hymel, ASLA
3 Reviews
Frierson
Ideabooks2,638
Questions1
Umbrella for summer
“yacuzzy” — blancamata
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Davids Garden
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Summer Dream
“Beauty & Shades” — tendenya
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Orchard
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persimmons in the spring, once the soil can be worked. Container-grown persimmons can be planted almost year round, although you should avoid the hottest summer months. Don’t be surprised by the black roots; that’s their natural color. Japanese persimmons prefer full sun, while American and hybrid persimmons
“Great circular fire pit” — ermgha3
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks6,643
Questions11
Summer dream hos
“Doors to the outside good” — krrussell1
Natural Landscape Group, Inc.
1 Review
Cottage Comforts
Ideabooks4,129
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Great fire pit for Patty's summer home
“Cabin” — bshanton
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