21,432 seasonal Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Front Ridge Residence
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mown lawn. Spaces carved from the landscape overlook stunning panoramic regional views, while new plantings define edges and thresholds. Brilliant seasonal drama is heightened along mown paths meandering through a rich tapestry of managed native meadow.
the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp. Maintenance: You'll need to use your string trimmer frequently during the growing season to keep the edges neat and tidy.
landscape architect planned out more manicured elements: a diverse mix of perennial colors, textures and shapes, providing interest throughout three seasons. In the distance are views of Acadia National Park and Blue Hill Mountain.
the trench several times a year to keep the line of the bed sharp.Maintenance: You'll need to use your string trimmer frequently during the growing season to keep the edges neat and tidy.
“Rosa Blanda - an native rose...not very prickly, known as the thornless rose” — East Chop Gardens
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
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Nice collection and arrangement, no matter what season
rustic alternative to a traditional Christmas tree. Antiques such as the typewriter, metal drawers, cameras and baskets nod to the rich history of the season. I normally have these hats on display but was prompted to add the red star for Christmas after a friend told me their collective shape reminded her
rustic alternative to a traditional Christmas tree. Antiques such as the typewriter, metal drawers, cameras and baskets nod to the rich history of the season.
rustic alternative to a traditional Christmas tree. Antiques such as the typewriter, metal drawers, cameras and baskets nod to the rich history of the season. I normally have these hats on display but was prompted to add the red star for Christmas after a friend told me their collective shape reminded her
“Hats” — alijames52
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
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delicate and refined. The foliage of Iris siberica is also more delicate, almost grass like and is a great asset to the garden as it changes through the seasons - from a beautiful spring green to an awesome gold/russet in autumn. Iris siberica is also a great "clumper". It will produce thick stands which will
photos in this ideabook were taken during different times of the year. "It is very interesting to me to take note of the same plants seen in different seasons," Dear says. "For example, plants like the Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica ‘Ceasar’s Brother’) flower early in spring, but the seedpods which develop
have an interest all their own. The foliage is an awesome textural contrast long after the flowers have gone and has a terrific fall color as the seasons turn."
“pretty” — nancyburnes
Verdance Landscape Design
Classical entryway
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creeping fig was something we saw/had in South FL. Lovely application. I'm particularly interested in the Italian Cypress - again, would they work in 4 season climate? Thanks
Hi, those actually are white Impatiens. This is a cool-season annual that should be readily available at nurseries. Thanks for asking! John
USDA zones: 7 to 10 (find your zone) Water requirement: Well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 30 feet tall and 3 feet wide Seasonal interest: Year-round When to plant: Anytime
with a simple springtime combination. White daffodils or tulips could join pansies or white forget-me-nots (Myosotis sp, zones 3 to 8) for an early-season display. In a shadier spot, a mass planting of snowdrops would be delightful.
“Walkway” — pamcarlew
Howell Custom Building Group
12 Reviews
Cape Ann Oceanfront Exterior Renovation
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At the far end of the deck, a three season room was added off of the living room, providing a shady respite for dining and relaxing. This room features built in cabinetry to store off season screens or glass panels, as well as outdoor dining wear. A Douglas Fir ceiling is finished with a marine varnish
varnish for a nautical look. Above the three season room, a roof deck was added off of the master bedroom suite providing private, serene adult space. Eric Roth Photography
Three season room with storage for screens/glass panels
built in cabinetry to store off season screens or glass
“Furniture arrangement” — Carol Shikany
JONATHAN CALVERT | Interiors Photographer
1 Review
Portfolio
Ideabooks2,495
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Notice how this room's designer used neutral colors and classic pieces for the big-ticket items, and seasonal colors for accents that can be switched out with ease.
of candles can be budget friendly and temporary ways to spice up an all-white room for the season. Notice how this room's designer used neutral colors and classic pieces for the big-ticket items, and seasonal colors for accents that can be switched out with ease.
“colors” — camellia_dancer
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
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standard, a house can be designed to work hard in every season to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor living environment, without consuming superfluous energy. A home built to the Passive House standard is one that remains comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system
standard, a house can be designed to work hard in every season to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor living environment, without consuming superfluous energy.A home built to the Passive House standard is one that remains comfortable through all seasons without employing an active heating or cooling system
“house idea 1” — slattery13
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
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If you see grass browning after winter, cut back (to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.
drought as well as frost. If you see grass browning after winter, cut back (to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.
(to about 4 inches) in spring to promote healthy new growth. It’s a cool-season grass, doing most of its growing in spring and fall; you may notice dormancy in winter and summer. Grow it in well-drained soil.More: 5 Hot Cool-Season Grasses
“Blue fescue...” — lorrainemulligan
Hardwood floors over crawlspace in a seasonal northern home.
We are building a cottage in northern Michigan. It has a crawl space and the home will be used only occasionally in the winter and mostly in the summer....
Paint color for 3 season porch tile
We own a new pond-front home on Cape Cod. I love the 3 season porch, except for the tile (rust colored). I plan to DIY with my dad and would love to hear...
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