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Levell Design
1 Review
Levell Design by Kim Levell
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Outdoor Kitchen Outdoor Living Space Mixed use of exterior furniture creates a comfortable environment. In this photo I used Summer Classics reclaimed teak for the table, Woodard arm chairs, Lane Venture loveseats, Kannoa bar stools all with custom selected fabrics (COM) The outdoor kitchen area was
“future pool house idea?” — barrineauml
Housewarmings
Grand Tour of Homes 2014
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Summer Classics
summer classics lamp
Housewarmings
Grand Tour of Homes 2014
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Summer Classics
Ron Brenner Architects
10 Reviews
Modern Cottage Exterior
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Tranquility on a warm summer evening. Photography: Phillip Mueller Photography Modern Cottage - House plan may be purchased at ...
Replace an outdated AC system. With the summer months approaching, now is the perfect time to assess air-conditioning systems. If you are installing or replacing central air, look for an Energy
New window air conditioners are nearly twice as efficient as older ones, so springing for a new unit could cut your home cooling bill in half this summer. Look for an energy-efficiency ratio (EFR) of 10 or more for window AC units.
6. Replace an outdated AC system. With the summer months approaching, now is the perfect time to assess air-conditioning systems. If you are installing or replacing central air, look for an Energy Star label with a seasonal energy-efficiency ratio (SEER) of 13 or greater, which is the new standard, though
“side screened porch” — puckstab
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Cycle House
Ideabooks1,492
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raining, which it does often. The couple likes to sleep out here in the summer.
A large overhang on the rooftop deck lets Shelley read there even when it’s raining, which it does often. The couple likes to sleep out here in the summer.
A large overhang on the rooftop deck lets her read there even when it’s raining. The couple likes to sleep out here in summer.
A large overhang on the rooftop deck lets Shelley read there even when it’s raining, which it does often. The couple likes to sleep out here in the summer.
“Terrace/alfresco roof” — sjsmartin
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Cat's house
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This paper is classic, and adds a certain spark.
Like raw/natiral wood totem, stantion, etc, in classic room, as well as elegance of wallpaper + chandellier
This classic wallpaper look like it's straight out of the victorian era. Modern furnishings keep the look fresh.
The Brewis' home is set in the small, idyllic village of Marielund. This lakeside locale has only about 70 other houses and was originally a summer vacation spot for shop owners in Uppsala. Most of the homes were built in the beginning of the 20th century, and Cat wanted to make sure that her home's
The Brewis' home is set in the small, idyllic village of Marielund. This lakeside locale has only about 70 other houses and was originally a summer vacation spot for shop owners in Uppsala. Most of the homes were built in the beginning of the 20th century, and Cat wanted to make sure that her
“Wallpaper” — smashleypie
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Mary Prince Photography © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks3,102
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15. Hang a flag. Hanging a flag can add vibrant color and style to your entry all summer long, not just on the Fourth of July.How to hang the U.S. flag properly and with styleTell us: How are you getting ready for summer?
so classic!...Symmetry, classic
“Front yard” — bernaj52
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Santa Ynez Ranch
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Water just what you need to. Granted, you don’t have that option when you’re relying on summer rains. But when you do water, make sure you focus just on the plants. This has the bonus of discouraging weeds; plus, sidewalks and patios certainly
they’re established. Of course, herbs such as oregano, rosemary, thyme and lavender are staples of a drought-tolerant garden. Or maybe this is the summer you spend hardscaping and planning for next year.
Water just what you need to. Granted, you don’t have that option when you’re relying on summer rains. But when you do water, make sure you focus just on the plants. This has the bonus of discouraging weeds; plus, sidewalks and patios certainly aren’t going to be growing and don’t need to be wet.
“I like the raised boxes” — tswaim72
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