5,422 summer flowering shrubs Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Lyndsey & Steve
on their antlers – without it, the antlers can deform and bleed. In late summer and autumn, rising testosterone levels harden the antlers, and the bucks
Flowers in urn
“Color” — llerable
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over the arbor. Your family will be eating fresh food from the backyard all summer long.
entrance to this garden shed. Fill the beds with your chosen vegetables and flowers and consider growing a vining edible, such as cherry tomatoes or grapes
“Client found doors in Seattle lumber yard” — roscoeneenie
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Found one similar at Home Goods last summer for 200-300.
gray; can't get enough of it. With the complementary colors of the orange flowers against the blue chairs this room looks like a colorful room. It's all about
“Fireplace” — Shannon Penman
Design Manifest
Chestnut Hill Traditional
Great for the summer house
“Coffee table” — bethwoff
Don Ziebell
1 Review
exterior spaces
Would look great as a north facing porch on a strawbale house -- for summer.
outdoor couches with plenty of cushy pillows. A chandelier and pot of fresh flowers would make just-right finishing touches.
“Rough brick floor” — evarina
Island Architects
Representative Project
I went to Lowe's to get a sample of Summer Mist and it's totally very light lime greenish?
stack large pinecones spaced well and sprinkled pieces of colorful dried flowers in and under the pinecones. I water the trees thru a watering tube so this
“kitchen chairs” — amycsanchez
Marcus Gleysteen Architects
2 Reviews
Reservoir Living Room
These birch logs are reclaimed from the site. Decorative in the summer, then burned in the fireplace in the winter.
its roots in Japan, finds beauty in imperfection and impermanence. The flowers whose petals are just beginning to turn brown, the thick slab of wood with
“Erker Kamin” — Vera Kurth
Butler Armsden Architects
4 Reviews
Sonoma Valley Residence
Summer getaway cottage......no lawn, flower pots
“Compressed granite” — hollykphillips
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