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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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Stainless steel is nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. It also makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, Price of $80 to $90 per square foot installed is less than most stone
nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. does show finger prints. good choice for hard working kitchens that don't need to look perfect. $80-90 per sq ft installed
Good for heat etc just can't mind the smudges
Stainless Steel Kitchen Counters Professional chefs love stainless steel because it's nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. While it certainly makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, it's a great choice for hardworking kitchens that don't
the past two decades. These countertops are custom made to fit your kitchen, so you're guaranteed a tailored look. Pros: There's a reason stainless steel is used in restaurants and other high-traffic kitchens: It's nearly indestructible, and it resists heat and bacteria. It also provides a very distinctive
“Stainless?” — mclovinguth
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Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
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long heated towel bar
Big picture made from smaller picture on tiles
tub and the heated towel rack
glass door and its upper panel of glass
Heated towel rack tall
heated towel and robe bar
ultimate heated towel bar
Heated towel rack...heated towel rack
“towel rack - cool” — lmuyskens
Traditional Bathroom
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heated towel rack just outside the shower door??
Heated Towel rail on wall of Linen Cupboard
Colored paneling in bathroom
concealed (to inclose heat)
Heated towel bar...Bathroom panelling...love die panele...Custom Cabinetry
“Cabinet. Taller?” — suzmitchell
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House entry
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The entirety of this frame has then been wrapped in SIPs (structural insulated panels), both walls and the roof. The house is slab on grade, insulated from below. The concrete slab was poured with a radiant heating system inside and the top of the slab was polished and left exposed as the flooring
construction to make all of the joints between the SIPs panels and around window and door openings as airtight as possible. The fact that the house is so airtight along with the high overall insulatory value achieved from the insulated slab, SIPs panels, and windows make the house very energy efficient.
The house utilizes an air exchanger, a device that brings fresh air in from outside without loosing heat and circulates the air within the house to move warmer air down from the second floor. Other green materials in the home include reclaimed barn wood used for the floor and ceiling of the second
“Cabinets and wood counters” — jerrod1000
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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I am curious about how much the solar panels are and if they could supplement our house? We don't have the money to do all solar but can you just buy panels like this and supplement the electricity? I am new to all of this
Our kitchen and bathroom are found beneath the loft where the floor to support beam height is 6' 2". Our bathroom is very basic and contains a shower made out of an oak wine barrel cut in half. We also have a place for a composting toilet (though we have access to a bathroom where we are currently living)
Why not a solar panel like this?
Thanks to the panels and the couple's low electricity needs, the solar array meets most (if not all) of the couple's
The Tacks installed solar panels to power the house, although they can connect to the local grid if needed. Thanks to the panels and the couple's low electricity needs, the solar array meets most (if not all) of the couple's power needs during the summer. In the winter they spend just $1 a day on electricity
“bozcaada” — owilde
ZeroEnergy Design
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Concord Green Home
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ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house HEPA filtration system, radiant & radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems
I believe it's a custom panel Sub-Zero fridge, though it's hard to say the exact model with the paneling.
The countertop material is unstained custom concrete.
I commissioned these custom for the space. They were made by Creations by Carol.
I believe these were custom made in Belgian linen. The interior designer, Lisa Kauffman Tharp, has a blog that may have more information: ... or be able to provide buying services
“All” — kozakal
Jill Greaves Design
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Jill Greaves Design Master Ensuite Freestanding Bath and Marble Shower
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Would you mind sharing the manufacturer and perhaps model of the heated towel rack? Thanks a lot.
Naos bathtub with a flat deck. If you want more information about the tubs, please visit our website, and for any pricing question, you can call our customer service. Thank you! ...
Thanks for your question - in this home we wanted to make sure that things were done in a custom manner - no one else could have the same fixture! We found this chandelier in an antique shop and the client loved it - we had it restored and re-wired
The blinds are Hunter Douglas, the valences are custom made.
Love this style tub but room too white needs more color, heated towel rack great idea
“Colours of bathroom” — The Orchards
Carney Logan Burke Architects
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Aspen Creek Residence
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block solar heat in summer but will allow desirable heat to help warm your interior in winter. Consult an architect or a designer experienced in passive solar design. He or she will consider a multitude of factors, like latitude, climate and window size.
passive solar. keeps the heat out in summer, lets it in for winter
Roof overhangs operate similarly to awnings. If designed properly, the right roof overhang not only will block solar heat in summer but will allow desirable heat to help warm your interior in winter. Consult an architect or a designer experienced in passive solar design. He or she will consider
Roof OverhangsRoof overhangs operate similarly to awnings. If designed properly, the right roof overhang not only will block solar heat in summer but will allow desirable heat to help warm your interior in winter. Consult an architect or a designer experienced in passive solar design. He or she will consider
“Exterior” — sandragoldenalbert
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