Houzz is the new way to design your home.
33,782 summer quilt Home Design Photos
DuChateau Floors - Terra Collection in Zimbabwe / Horwitz Residence by Minarc
interior design • It’s orientation is thought out to maximize passive solar design and natural ventilations, with solar chimney escaping hot air during summer and heating cold air during winter eliminated the need for mechanical air handling. • Simple Eco-conscious design that is focused on functionality
How indoor becomes outdoor- great for summer mornings
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Take seasonal changes in the landscape into consideration, such as green grass and leaves as well as blue sky in summer to blankets of white snow and gray sky in winter. Live in a snowy area? Consider a creamy off-white, something with a bit of yellow in it, in lieu
The creamier color will give your home a strong presence and stature whether it's surrounded by the grays of winter, pastels of spring, greens of summer or oranges and browns of autumn.
Siemasko + Verbridge
style residence has been completely upgraded to satisfy todays’ standards while restoring and reinforcing the original 1885 design. It began as a Summer Cottage accessible by train from Boston, and is now a year round residence. The essence of the structure was maintained, while enhancing every detail
Avenue B Development
FS Schumacher Summer Palace Fret
Wallpaper Schumaker Summer Palace Fret
Daleet Spector Design
Marina Del Rey, CA
recipes and inspiring quotes.7. ... and use it to make your summer list! Give yourself an inspirational boost by listing all of the fun things you hope to do (spend all day at the beach, make ice cream, go to an outdoor concert) this summer.
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola. Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where you want to have shade in the summer and sun in the winter.
just a few — are great choices to cover an arbor or a pergola.Tip: Use a deciduous vine such as grape or kiwifruit where you want to have shade in the summer and sun in the winter.
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
Maybe not practical for NM summers, I like the look