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TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Snow-melt
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A snow melt system installed below hand set granite pavers, creates a courtyard which is functional and enjoyable throughout the year.
snow melt system under the patio around the fire pit
heated pathways for less snow accumulation
create a heated stone path? for snow and ice...
SNOW MELTING PATHS Install a snow-melting system beneath frequently
shed snow safely. Metal roofs can shed snow so quickly, it can cause another problem — giant snow piles surrounding the house! Be sure to include ample space beneath the roofline for this purpose, and provide a safe walking path not directly below the eaves.
deal of money and effort on snow removal each winter.
heated pavers to melt snow on paths to entries
“how do you create a heated stone path? for snow and ice...” — topazi
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
candytuft, Iberis sempervirens
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forget-me-nots, snow in summer, sweet alyssum & bellflowers.
Soften stone steps and their surroundings with low alpine perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer
Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
Soften stone steps and their surroundings with low alpine perennials like candytuft (shown). Other excellent choices include ajuga, creeping phlox, forget me nots, hens and chicks, Missouri primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum
primrose, snow in summer, sweet alyssum, soapwort and bellfowers.
Winter desiccation and sun scorching may be a problem in colder climates where snow cover is intermittent; a light mulch of evergreen boughs will provide some protection.
“evergreen candytuft” — tabarnes42
Drury Design
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Well-dressed Traditional Kitchen
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I have about 100 sq. ft. of counter space. I've searched on line and can't find a lot of info about honed snow white granite. I live in northern NJ, do you have any recommendations on where I can find it? Thanks so much!! I'm completely in love with this granite
This looks like Snow White Granite. I love how the designer paired it with white cabinets. It looks lovely!
The granite color is Snow White.
honed. The granite color is Snow White.
It is called Snow White and the material is honed granite.
It is honed Snow White granite.
It is honed "Snow White" granite.
While this stone is called Snow White and is honed, granite
The top is honed Snow White granite. Backsplash is "Creamy Crackle" with pewter metallic liners and accents.
“good” — seestheeagleaz
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Frenchflair
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It’s a white, white Christmas! Tip: You can get a look of snow on your tree with a mix of salt and baby powder. (Kosher salt's coarser grains work best.) Sprinkle your homemade snow on tree branches
Tip: You can get a look of snow on your tree with a mix of salt and baby powder. (Kosher salt's coarser grains work best.) Sprinkle your homemade snow on tree branches or wreaths for a touch
the white for Christmas. And the idea for homemade "snow".
It’s a white, white Christmas! Tip: You can get a look of snow on your tree with a mix of salt and baby powder. (Kosher salt's coarser grains work best.) Sprinkle your homemade snow on tree branches or wreaths for a touch of faux frost.Choose ornaments in clear or cool tones for an even icier look.
“I like the gorgeous frosted, see-through ornaments, and the shape of all the ornaments & décor. Al” — chaella
Traditional Exterior
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Love the snow with the look of the house and the stone on the bottom
The snow...Timberframe in snow...snow cabin...snow 2...The snow!
“Lovely” — Betty McTague Dittfach
Traditional Exterior
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When the kids are home from school on a snow day, what
Love the house and the snow
Many boomers, thankfully, will stay up North close to family and all that is familiar. Cold and snow are elements to be enjoyed. Skating, skiing, sledding, hot cocoa by the fire, snow angels and more are all things to be cherished and celebrated rather than to be escaping from. A place nestled
When the kids are home from school on a snow day, what kinds of activities do they enjoy? How do you get ready for those unexpected school cancellations?
Sure, back in December we were all, “Ooh, winter’s so cozy! Isn’t snow pretty?” Drinking our hot chocolate and pulling on our favorite
8. Delays. Snow falls, people get sick, cars break down and sometimes faucets ordered from the factory take 10 weeks instead of six. You and your contractor will likely be working from a schedule that assumes the world is a perfect place. It’s not, and knowing that will allow you to be resilient when
“siding, shape of structure” — carlykyes
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
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Northern Arlington Residence
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grass-like look and is also evergreen. Other: periwinkle, creeping thyme or snow-in-summer.
Replace lawn with perennial low-maint groundcover. Examples: lily turf, periwinkle, creeping thyme, snow-in-summer.
creeping lily turf (zones 5 to 9) in picture, or periwinkle (catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).
on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9)
on your garden's growing conditions — might include periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus, zones 4 to 9), creeping thyme (Thymus praecox, zones 4 to 9) or snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum, zones 3 to 9).
“Liriope spicata” — ednbecki
Scott Christopher Homes/Surpass Renovations
4 Reviews
Northern Michigan Treasure
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snow bars to prevent snow falling off roof
Snow stoppers on roof
Snow gards...Snow bar
“Transoms arched” — mrmayer
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