44,556 100% Eco-friendly Home Design Photos

Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks4,775
Questions10
Varia EcoResin, Chroma, 100 Percent and Alabaster lines. The company walks the green talk by working toward zero waste and being carbon neutral. Cost: $28 to $105 per square foot for the material only
Varia EcoResin, Chroma, 100 Percent and Alabaster lines. The company walks the green talk by working toward zero waste and being carbon neutral. Cost: $28 to $105 per square foot for the material only
Varia EcoResin, Chroma, 100 Percent and Alabaster lines. The company walks the green talk by working toward zero waste and being carbon neutral.
Varia EcoResin, Chroma, 100 Percent and Alabaster lines. The company walks the green talk by working toward zero waste and being carbon neutral.Cost: $28 to $105 per square foot for the material only
“Acrylic countertop from 3Form, also used as room dividers and sliding doors” — fmaytorena
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks20,532
Questions18
and very eco friendly. It permeates wood extremely well and comes up as a matte satin, which is lovely. I have used this several times on tabletops and even on 90 year old wood panelling. I bought my first salvaged wood and this product, Osmo, from a salvage lumber yard in Petaluma California, but have
It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia. You could cut on it, but I always recommend using cutting boards to preserve the appearance of the surface and minimize how often you need to sand it down.
It is 100+ year old fir taken out of a house in Philadelphia.
and very eco friendly. It permeates wood extremely well and comes up as a matte satin, which is lovely. I have used this several times on tabletops and even on 90 year old wood panelling. I bought my first salvaged wood and this product, Osmo, from a salvage lumber yard in Petaluma California, but have
“Wood island” — petermelnick
Black & Sons Furniture Makers
Walnut Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,376
Questions7
we used 100% Tung Oil as a finish. For a cozy little ranch, this open and airy kitchen is now the true heart of the home. Design and Contracting credits go to Lesley Sager of Sager Designs of Madison. Please see her website at www.sager-designs.com.
Eco-Friendly Kitchen
Walnut and 100% Tung Oil
environment friendly, Madison, ranch house
Walnut and 100% Tung oil
“Kitchen” — jmerrion
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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Lee Edwards - residential design
10 Reviews
Madrona Residence
Ideabooks1,051
Questions4
i have to build a home at my farm. looking out for a economical eco friendly material. structural steel componants are to be used in the fabrication of home.
andersen 100 series windows, great use of wood, steel and concrete
"anderson 100 series dark bronze"
Andersen 100 windows
Andersen 100 Series Windows
“Interesting blue color” — acb91321
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks5,580
Questions2
called the 100k House. Here's a link to the architect: http://www.is-architects.com/main/
The $100K House demonstrates how one can create an eco-friendly home without blowing the budget. Nic Darling kept the labor and construction costs capped at $100,000. Here the staircase plays peek-a-boo with plywood, creating a unique accent wall.
“cp” — patkatana
Aloha Pools Pty Ltd
2 Reviews
Eco Brighton
Ideabooks613
Questions1
can't be 100% certain. Hope this helps.
environmentally friendly
Eco Brighton
“Spa” — vero1122
Kerrie L. Kelly
37 Reviews
Vintage Modern Living
Ideabooks3,737
Questions6
find a 100-year-old map of someplace significant or special to us.
Eco-friendly Furniture
Eco-chic Furniture
“New York pic” — Lisa Christen
cg creative interiors
9 Reviews
Modern Warehouse Conversion
Ideabooks64
Questions1
renovating two 100+ year-old warehouse units into a single residence. Prior occupants had put sheetrock over the original plaster, and when we stripped the space and saw what was there, we thought it was so beautiful we just couldn't cover it up again. I love that it changes as it ages - there was no way we were
“door” — mcussery
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