5,614 Reuse Home Design Photos

Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
4 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
Ideabooks3,863
Questions4
reused wall boards, galvanized stair stringer, nice table cloth
Rustic wood wall (REUSE/REPURPOSE!) with lofted space above, beautiful steel stair edging, cable/conduit rails.
AFTER: The addition contains the dining room, Maeno’s art studio (beyond the reclaimed wall), a kitchen to the right and bedrooms above that. Tokunaga reused wood left over from the demolition of the former addition throughout the house. “It’s Douglas fir that’s darkened over the years,” she says. “It’s
Demolition versus deconstruction. If reuse isn’t possible and demolition is required, it’s important to divert as much of this waste stream as possible, because demolition waste is volumetrically
consider employing a contractor who specializes in deconstruction, which separates materials and assemblies into recoverable components for recycling or reuse. Many will even provide an accounting of the value of the deconstructed materials to use as a tax deduction. This can help to offset the higher cost
“pallete” — Carla Perfecto
Esther Hershcovich
Dominique & Anne-Marie
Ideabooks6,814
Questions5
I like how they reused old wood to conserve costs
Reclaiming and reusing are big parts of gut renovation, and you can turn to other salvage sources too. The minibar countertop in this kitchen is made of old flooring, and
Reclamation and reuse in Montreal. Reclaiming and reusing are big parts of Dominique Leroux and Anne-Marie McSween’s ethos. When working on their triplex in Montreal, they did their best to reuse any wood taken out during the gut renovation, and turned to other
“frosted glass? Pierced metal? on cabinet doors” — ekcarver
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Menlo Park, CA
Ideabooks14,092
Questions3
neat idea to reuse a fallen tree
Reuse a Fallen TreeIf a tree falls in a forest, who cares if it makes a sound? It can make all sorts of cool things, from landscaping steps to wall clocks
5. Reuse a fallen treeIf a tree falls in a forest, who cares if it makes a sound? It can make all sorts of cool things, from landscaping steps to wall clocks
“Tree stump ring for stepping stones” — deehusa
Revive Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Contemporary Craftsman, Pt. Loma
Ideabooks2,087
Questions1
Hang Plexiglas instead, and let kids paint on it with washable tempera and shaving cream — you can wash everything right off with a hose, so you can reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want.
Hang Plexiglas instead, and let kids paint on it with washable tempera and shaving cream — you can wash everything right off with a hose, so you can reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want. . Sensory table with shade. If you have preschoolers, you’ve probably spotted a sensory table at your child’s
Hang Plexiglas instead, and let kids paint on it with washable tempera and shaving cream — you can wash everything right off with a hose, so you can reuse the Plexiglas as many times as you want.2. Sensory table with shade. If you have preschoolers, you’ve probably spotted a sensory table at your child’s
“Blackboard” — Fig & Vine Garden Design
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks1,967
Questions2
The reuse of this Chicago building (that was once a barn!) is brilliant!
An ideal way to reuse a valuable piece of history!
The brick exterior exudes Chicago: It is solid and has some decoration but is not overly flashy. The reuse of the building and its new function are signaled by the new door and transom on the right. Minus this elevation and a facade on the narrow alley
The brick exterior exudes Chicago: It is solid and has some decoration but is not overly flashy. The reuse of the building and its new function are signaled by the new door and transom on the right. Minus this elevation and a facade on the narrow alley around the corner, most of the existing exterior
“Beau travail de briques” — victoria1999
Living2Design
Castleberry Hill Loft
Ideabooks17,073
Questions3
Compare the two lists, and see if anything can have a dual purpose. Can you live without any of these rooms?Here are six ways to repurpose, recycle and reuse the room you may already have.
room could have a dual purpose. And can you live without any of the room purposes you currently have?Following are five ways to repurpose, recycle and reuse the rooms you may already have.
“Separator wall” — shanonlu
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
5 Reviews
747 Wing House
Ideabooks648
Questions0
Wow, talk about recycle and reuse!
Very cool re-use project.
reuse of plane wings
Great reuse
“Amazing” — Cynthia Jones
OKB Architecture
4 Reviews
Avon Avenue
Ideabooks3,288
Questions2
could reuse our concrete and save
looks like pavers but could reuse old walkway
breakup and reuse pieces of existing concrete into a paving system or otherwise packed dirt surface
reuse cinder block?
“Amazing. super clean and bright!” — ckelson
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