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Rauser Design
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Farmhouse Bedrooms
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wood can be the best or the worst of materials. It can be almost perfect when harvested sustainably. It's durable, it has a long life cycle and milling can be simple and requires little energy. However, wood that's not harvested sustainably can be environmentally destructive. When choosing wood floors,
Council (FSC) is an independent agency that provides certification, or approval, to wood that's been harvested in a responsible manner. Think of it as wood's equivalent of organic.Local species: Wood harvested locally minimizes transportation-related energy, supports the local economy and reinforces the sense
“floors” — Brittney Traynor Volker
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Cat Mountain Residence
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wood can be the best or the worst of materials. It can be almost perfect when harvested sustainably. It's durable, it has a long life cycle, and milling can be simple and require little energy. However, wood that's not harvested sustainably can be environmentally destructive. When choosing wood floors
(FSC) is an independent agency that provides certification, or approval, to wood that's been harvested in a responsible manner. Think of it as wood's equivalent of organic.Local species: Wood that's been harvested locally minimizes transportation-related energy, supports the local economy and reinforces
“Cisco lighting” — abilow
JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
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Hillside Contemporary
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this dream home for property he and his wife purchased over twenty years ago. The home’s exterior veneer features Rheinzink zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site was used for the home and landscape retaining walls. Combined with stucco, extensive storefront windows and doors and a cool
zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site was used for the home and landscape retaining walls.
Rheinzink zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site was used for the home and landscape retaining walls.
Rheinzink zinc tile siding. Stone harvested from the building site
“rock” — melaniehoyne
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
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150 W
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have reclaimed wood for table top. want steel legs or modern looking support. I like harvest table top 85" long would fit the space well.
Harvest table
“Dining chairs” — owencole
Natalie DeNormandie
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Ptown in Arlington
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cheap. The design can be found in "Four Season Harvest" by Eliot Coleman, who is a major proponent of stretching the seasons for harvesting vegetables in New England (and who points out, we are at the same latitude as France, where they grow and harvest cole crops in deep winter).
design can be found in four season harvest by eric coleman
“covered garden box” — watford466
Traditions in Tile
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Kitchen Splash
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color on floors? September 8, 2012 at 11:58am Like PRO Caroline Weigel They are a half and half mix of Antique Brown and Coffee September 20, 2012 at 12:38pm Like 1 krit35 Thank you! Beautiful! Do you know what brand stain was used? Minwax, etc? September 21, 2012 at 10:34am Like PRO Caroline
Caroline Weigel I am pretty sure it is Minwax. September 21, 2012 at 11:11am Like sarargood I think it is Duraseal. October 6, 2013 at 6:30am Like
of Antique Brown and Coffee September 20, 2012 at 12:38pm Like 1 krit35 Thank you! Beautiful! Do you know what brand stain was used? Minwax, etc? September 21, 2012 at 10:34am Like PRO Caroline Weigel I am pretty sure it is Minwax. September 21, 2012 at 11:11am Like sarargood I think it is Duraseal
“Kitchen lighting” — atessortiz
Levy Art & Architecture
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Randall Street Residence
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while back. Here's the link: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/53598/Does-anyone-know-how-they-are-achieving-the--- July 23, 2012 at 10:09pm Like 1 tomorano Thank you. July 23, 2012 at 11:04pm Like PRO Levy Art & Architecture it is true that trim-less details does require a skilled contractor on the
the paint finish is the same on both surfaces. have fun! July 24, 2012 at 11:13am Like tomorano I greatly appreciate your reply. I will be sure to post images once I finish this (if we manage it ;-). Thanks again! July 24, 2012 at 11:19am Like
base to prevent cracking at the joint. then the joint is mudded and finished smooth. there are other options but this is what we used here. July 24, 2012 at 10:46am Like tomorano This is very helpful! I will see what my contractor can do with this. I like the simplicity of the execution of the detail
“cut out in wall” — aggiesprite
traci zeller designs
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traci zeller designs: kitchen
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eller.com/blog/2012/tzd-foxcroft-kitchen-sources/ The homeowners already owned the runner, but you can find similar products at www.sisalrugs.com
Thank you so much for your interest! I share the sources for this renovation in a post on my blog: http://tracizeller.com/blog/2012/tzd-foxcroft-k
for this kitchen renovation on my blog at http://tracizeller.com/blog/2012/tzd-foxcroft-kitchen-sources/
Thanks so much for your interest! I share the sources for this kitchen in a post on my blog: http://tracizeller.com/blog/2012/tzd-foxcroft-kitchen-sources/
Thanks so much for your kind words! The Roman shades are custom. I share all of the sources for this kitchen here: http://tracizeller.com/blog/2012/tzd-foxcroft-kitchen-sources/
“Cabinet molding and color” — Jessica Centers
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