30,048 texas Home Design Photos

Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
Ideabooks2,991
Questions2
The double lock standing seam roof and side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollforming. then installed by our roofer.
and side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollforming. then installed by our roofer.
side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollforming. then installed by our roofer."
The double lock standing seam roof and side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollforming. then installed by our roofer
June 15, 2014 "The double lock standing seam roof and side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollforming. then installed by our roofer."
Metal from Central Texas Metal Rollforming
“The double lock standing seam roof and side panels were supplied through Central Texas Metal Rollfor” — christinem
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Salvia 'Midnight' & Red Fountain Grass replace turf in this parkway
Ideabooks1,600
Questions1
Texas and Southwest. Plant trees, perennials and shrubs this month. “In Texas, plant evergreen and deciduous trees; in the desert Southwest, get your shade trees in the ground as early in January
Southwestern and Texas gardeners can also plant perennials this month. “Desert Southwest gardeners can plant desert marigold (Baileya multiradiata), guara (Gaura lindheimeri), angelita daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis) and canyon penstemon (Penstemon pseudospectabilis),” she writes. “Texas gardeners can plant
Plant perennials, trees and shrubs. Trees should be planted in both Texas and the desert Southwest in January, but with a few differences. In Texas, plant evergreen and deciduous trees; in the desert Southwest, get your shade trees in the ground as early in January
“red fountain grass” — mjmfive
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Austin Texas Residence
Ideabooks6,882
Questions2
Magnificent view! Most people would be surprised to learn this is a picture of Texas.
When I think of Texas this is exactly where I want to be sitting. Here I can clearly imagine enjoying a delicious meal that would include some tasty Texas BBQ while appreciating the stunning view.
Mediterranean-style palazzo. For a Mediterranean feel, even in Texas, add fresh blue and white textiles to your outdoor furniture and a bowl of citrus fruit as a colorful table centerpiece. Potted Italian herbs — such
“Giant umbrella, plants, and furniture” — Amy Adams
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milieu Design
Ideabooks8,316
Questions2
Texas. "Water less often but more deeply to encourage deep grass roots; they will come in handy during our typically dry summers," writes Texas landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Always follow any water restrictions or watering
Texas. "Water less often but more deeply to encourage deep grass roots; they will come in handy during our typically dry summers," writes Texas landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Always follow any water restrictions or watering
sensor to your automatic irrigation system. It will automatically turn off your system if you've had rain so your lawn is not overwatered."Get her Texas July checklist
“Steps” — zachdevil
Lake Flato Architects
Lake | Flato Porch House at Miller Ranch
Ideabooks6,769
Questions3
lake flat architect for ranch in Texas by the Lake
guest pavilion is placed to create an inner courtyard. The Texas climate is well suited to an arrangment of small individual one-room-deep pavilions with cross ventilation, much like the historic vernacular precedent.
Elsewhere in Texas is Lake | Flato's Porch House, a sustainable house made from
Do you crave space? This home takes the wide-open space of Texas to an extreme. The master bedroom, living area and guest rooms are three separate buildings connected by walkways.
“multiple houses in a cluster” — Gayle Bisbey
Andrew Hinman Architecture
4 Reviews
Locomotive Ranch Trailer
Ideabooks1,618
Questions2
Contact:Andrew HinmanType:Architects & DesignersAddress:601 East 49th Street, Austin, Texas, United States, 78751Phone:(512) 289-1223Website:andrewhinman.comLicense #:Texas #10949
trailer house on the Nueces River bank in Texas. -The trailer and enclosure sit about 30 feet above the river on concrete piers anchored 25 feet into the ground.
The property is on several thousand acres in Uvalde, Texas. (Hinman doesn’t know the exact number, since there’s an unwritten law in Texas that “you don't discuss how many acres someone owns,” he says.) The trailer and enclosure sit about 30 feet above the river on concrete piers anchored 25 feet into
La propriété s’étend sur plusieurs milliers d’hectares à Uvalde, au Texas. Andrew Hinman ne connaît pas la superficie exacte du terrain puisque, selon lui, « la coutume au Texas veut qu’on ne demande pas aux autres combien d’hectares ils possèdent. » La caravane et son «
“Creative” — kivens64
Cord Shiflet
Cord Shiflet Clarksville Treasure
Ideabooks289
Questions1
7. The Texas star. Featured on the state flag, this star is all over traditional Texan homes. It's a symbol of Texas’ independent spirit and integrity, and homes often display it via the flag, as a sculpture or in carved details, tile work, signage and more.Get this look: Branch out beyond framed flags
flags and textiles, and use the Texas star as a motif on a wall, rug, tabletop or tile detail. I love how this homeowner brought the star outside in a rustic, patinated metal.
“stars” — kawinter81
geoffsumichdesign
11 Reviews
La Cresta
Ideabooks1,219
Questions0
awsome! Yes, here in Texas, it is everywhere!
simply pops out another tree.Mesquite flourishes in dense stands called bosques. In Texas those bosques are filled with honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa), which makes up nearly 90 percent of the mesquite in Texas. Early Texans, however, tended to call their mesquite ironwood, not because it’s in
Early Texas cattlemen, however, were far less enthusiastic; in fact, they were downright antagonistic toward the hardy mesquite — it broke up the range and ruined the pasture. Worse, it was damned stubborn and nearly impossible to eradicate. Mesquite roots can clamor down 100 feet to find water, if necessary
“Mesquite door framed in steel love this wall and slatted opening” — Lila
What is "Texas Style?"
We saw a bit of controversy over an ideabook about Texas style this week and the comments were really interesting. How would YOU describe Texas style?...
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