20,626 summer Home Design Photos

Timothy Lee landscape design
13 Reviews
entry garden
Ideabooks3,518
Questions3
Endless summer hydrangea with inkberry, nepeta, viburnum and Siberian irises.
idea of blueberry bushes behind endless summer and then add siberian irises in front.
'Endless Summer' hydrangea bush with nepeta, inkberry, viburnum and Siberian irises
‘Endless Summer’ turn pink when treated with lime and blue when given an acidic fertilizer like cottonseed meal.
Timothy Lee Landscape Design surrounded this 'Endless Summer' hydrangea bush with nepeta, inkberry, viburnum and Siberian irises.
“flagstones and plants” — tad02dixon
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
Ideabooks1,120
Questions1
on warm summer nights, the bed — which is set on casters — could be wheeled partially or completely outdoors for sleeping under the stars.
The bed is on casters so it can be rolled out on summer nights to sleep under the stars
on warm summer nights, the bed — which is set on casters — could be wheeled partially or completely outdoors for sleeping under the stars.
a cool summer night; sleep under the stars or by moonlight
on warm summer nights, the bed — which is set on casters — could be wheeled partially or completely outdoors for sleeping under the stars.
“Balcony” — mariecatherinerepp
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks3,402
Questions3
indoor summer temperatures by 6 to 8 percent, cutting down on air conditioning costs. It offers no insulation benefits in wet weather, but the vegetation helps trap blowing snow for insulation benefits. It also protects your roof, extending its life expectancy. Plus, it's much better to look at than
decibels and summer temperatures by 6 to 8 degrees.
indoor summer temperatures by 6 to 8 percent, cutting down on air conditioning costs. It offers no insulation benefits in wet weather, but the vegetation helps trap blowing snow for insulation benefits. It also protects your roof, extending its life expectancy. Plus, it's much better to look at than
“roof top herb garden” — Janice Kyle Camp
Rock Cotoneaster
Ideabooks236
Questions0
spring and summer; showy red berries in fall through winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in summer.
spring and summer; showy red berries in fall through winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: Plant cuttings in summer. Distinguishing traits. Cotoneasters are noted for their petite foliage and showy red berries, but rock cotoneaster is most distinguished for its unique form and distinct branching pattern
spring, summer; showy red berries in fall - winter; colorful fall foliage When to plant: cuttings in summer.
spring and summer; showy red berries in fall through winter; colorful fall foliageWhen to plant: Plant cuttings in summer.Distinguishing traits. Cotoneasters are noted for their petite foliage and showy red berries, but rock cotoneaster is most distinguished for its unique form and distinct branching pattern
“for front hill?” — maggiesetler
The New York Botanical Garden
Floribunda rose
Ideabooks482
Questions0
Julia Child" rose, frafrance of licorice. zone6-9” “summer in zones 6 to 9. It's also remarkably heat tolerant and disease resistant — a plus in any garden. More licorice-scented roses include 'Summer Nights', 'Tahitian Sunset', 'Monkey Business' and 'Butter Cream'
early summer in zones 6 to 9. It's also remarkably heat tolerant and disease resistant — a plus in any garden. More licorice-scented roses include 'Summer Nights', 'Tahitian Sunset', 'Monkey Business' and 'Butter Cream'.
early summer in zones 6 to 9. It's also remarkably heat tolerant and disease resistant — a plus in any garden.More licorice-scented roses include 'Summer Nights', 'Tahitian Sunset', 'Monkey Business' and 'Butter Cream'.
“beauty” — zoeyteach
Kristin Ketilsdottir
My House 1
Ideabooks271
Questions1
ideas: Summer Nights Need Summer Beds Just Some Favorite Front Porches Fun Furniture: Chairs in the Air
Objection: I don't have any trees.Reality: Freestanding hammocks work just as well. Make sure to plan for shade with an awning or a roof edge to keep from baking in the summer sun.
“hmm convienient” — gwenethgweneth
Lindsay von Hagel
Dallas: Alicia + Adam
Ideabooks5,631
Questions7
sales is summer, so it’s a good idea to set late spring or early summer as a goal date to have your home ready to sell. You can start preparing your home to sell anytime, but sooner is always better than later. If you can, begin preparations the year before you plan to sell to give landscaping time to fill
“Kitchen” — raidergal
Tara Seawright
Bathroom
Ideabooks13,139
Questions14
this easy summer cleaning routine. Of course every once in a while it's a good idea to do a deeper cleaning, but who wants to deal with that in the summer heat? By sticking with this routine, your bath can stay fresh looking in only a few minutes each day.1. Keep a stack of microfiber cloths in the cupboard
hamper.4. Summer can mean more mildew buildup, so every once in a while throw the shower curtain and bath mat in the wash, too.
“Love the sink” — Monica Moore-Whitehead
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