29,924 snow in summer Home Design Photos

Hawks Landscape Inc.
1 Review
Menomonee River Parkway Oasis
Ideabooks799
Questions1
delay! The orange flowers in the bottom left are butterfly weed. They are a perennial hardy to about zone 3, and bloom for at least a couple months in summer.
IF YOU LOOK AROUND THERE ARE DIFFERENT ROCK DESIGNS ALL OVER. BUT THERE IS TOO MANY PLANTS THAT WON'T LAST THE FIRST SNOW 26 DEGREES.
“Lots of small "room"” — threemadhats
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AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
The Boat House
Ideabooks654
Questions2
How does melting snow and ice not migrate under the windows/does and leak into the wood floors. The deck and the floor level is the same. The door seals don't last more
Summer house: dining area
“Chairs” — britash
Elad Gonen
1 Review
porch
Ideabooks4,709
Questions2
shade idea - latts wouldn't work because of snow
Summer kitchen
“Deck” — mtrkelly
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Baulinder Haus
Ideabooks1,274
Questions1
Awesome snowed house
Summer blind option
“pekny dreveny obklad” — rskripko
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
West Vancouver Residence
Ideabooks1,391
Questions2
fencing electrochromic glass, outdoor both sides, five feet tall, 50 linear feet. What are concerns for northern US use with extreme cold, hail, snow, hot summers. General cost estimate of project of this type and size?
“Pretty” — Barbara
Cottage Company Interiors
Lily Pad
Ideabooks512
Questions0
I think it's a great idea to have a designated spot for the BBQ. Away from the snow and wind.
I like this place for summer it's cool.
“Cover the back deck.” — brandylunt
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
Ideabooks661
Questions4
Metal mesh - innovative (Could collect snow though)
vernacular barn like with gravel surrounding & overhang-to block summer sun?
“awning” — 姿秀 林
sususu
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
Ideabooks4,171
Questions2
we live in the Dallas Texas area, weather can be extremely hot in the summer, above 100 to 110 sometimes; winters are mild but can get icy and sometimes light snow. I love the idea of brick laid in sand, but is it a good idea/investment for a back yard patio? I really
“Brick” — daddyo12
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