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AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Lighthouse 65
Ideabooks618
Questions0
sitting area infront of bedroom- doors open to living room to allow heat in- slide shut at night time or for privacy?
“Our bedroom” — michaelg11
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Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks1,476
Questions0
Very simple materials. Rustic old salvaged kitchen cabinet. "Lysaght Mini Orb" ceiling panels look corrugated, but I believe they are insulated for heat/cooling. Concrete floors.
“Splash of yellow.” — Danika Meunier
Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
Ideabooks1,257
Questions1
accent lighting over fireplace consider stone floor for the room (heated)
“Stone style for great room fireplace” — hlitynski
Philip Babb Architect
1 Review
Nancy Creek Guesthouse and Pool
Ideabooks1,368
Questions1
Perfect for my property in the desert - slant roof would block all southern sun; upper windows fully open to the north and get light without excessive heat; side windows allow limited eastern and western sun, which keeps inside temps cooler.
“Belle le piante a ciuffetto” — slopardi
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Jimmy Crisp
Ideabooks4,215
Questions5
breadboard with baseboard heat
“Piano stool and sinks” — jessibarnes
Anthony Charles Homes, Inc.
2 Reviews
Longport, NJ Shore/Beach Home
Ideabooks321
Questions1
Stone floor. Maybe elect heat under
“I like the colors, the farmhouse style, roustic lamps!!” — rosaysella
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
natural haven
Ideabooks4,571
Questions6
heat pump coverage
“Something else that's becoming more and more popular is the sliding flat panel cover. When the TV is” — Brigitte Spalburg
Bill Mathews Photographer, Inc
Interior Design
Ideabooks3,645
Questions3
Shades. Translucent so they would let in some light. Kitchen Window. Still need something underneath to help hold in heat in the winter.
“Shelves” — Elizabeth Nelson
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