1,323 consumer Home Design Photos

Baldridge Architects
3 Reviews
Bouldin Creek Courtyard House
Ideabooks2,737
Questions4
a time-consuming detail, but the effect is that the stair appears to hover in space. An understated and utilitarian look, simple white and wood can be used sparingly when the budget requires a pared-down palette of materials.
a time-consuming detail, but the effect is that the stair appears to hover in space.
a time-consuming detail, but the effect is that the stair appears to hover in space. An understated and utilitarian look, simple white and wood can be used sparingly when the budget requires a pared-down palette of materials.
“This reveal is too large” — natashateleskivi
2fORM Architecture
Kitchen Karma
Ideabooks1,477
Questions5
using pre-consumer-waste aluminum flake, solid-surface scrap and recycled acrylic. The deep blue color makes the backsplash really stand out against the wood cabinets, and the pieces of aluminum embedded in the acrylic offer a nice touch of glitz. Backsplash: Recyled acrylic panels in Lazuli 720 from Alkemi
using pre-consumer-waste aluminum flake, solid-surface scrap and recycled acrylic. The deep blue color makes the backsplash really stand out against the wood cabinets, and the pieces of aluminum embedded in the acrylic offer a nice touch of glitz. Backsplash: Recyled acrylic panels in Lazuli 720 from Alkemi
using pre-consumer-waste aluminum flake, solid-surface scrap and recycled acrylic. The deep blue color makes the backsplash really stand out against the wood cabinets, and the pieces of aluminum embedded in the acrylic offer a nice touch of glitz. Backsplash: Recyled acrylic panels in Lazuli 720 from Alkemi
“I love this blue tile-maybe in the bathroom” — jamiegeyer
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,110
Questions0
lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely front yard
lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely
lawns consume a lot of water, require a lot of care and sometimes just aren’t the right fit. Consider lowering your water bill and increasing your garden’s biodiversity by swapping out sod for a native grass, shrinking the edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely front yard
“Xeriscape in Ventura” — sruff
Les Collections Dubreuil
Maison Conteneur - Container House
Ideabooks753
Questions0
too time consuming, metal commercial tubing was left exposed. Dubreuil bought the Kohler sink at a garage sale for $150. Cabinets: Cuisine MT; lights: Multi Luminere
too time consuming, metal commercial tubing was left exposed." - as seen in picture.
too time consuming, metal commercial tubing was left exposed.
too time consuming, metal commercial tubing was left exposed.Dubreuil bought the Kohler sink at a garage sale for $150. Cabinets: Cuisine MT; lights: Multi Luminere
“Like the dining room chair” — madelainev
Donald Pell - Gardens
11 Reviews
plants
Ideabooks112
Questions1
and can consume turf grass — such as in this photo, where it was planted in my lawn as an experiment. Within two years most of the grass had died away, buried under the shade of the large leaves with minimal weeding.
sedges. Can consume turf grass depending on exposure. This photo took 2 yrs. Also try barren wort (Epimedium Frohnleiten), comfrey (symphytum), houttuynia cordata, plume poppy (macleaya cordata), blue false indigo (babtistia australis) & Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium Gateway)
and can consume turf grass. Plant it in the lawn, and it will gradually kill it, burying it under the shade of the large leaves with minimal weeding.
and can consume turf grass — such as in this photo, where it was planted in my lawn as an experiment. Within two years most of the grass had died away, buried under the shade of the large leaves with minimal weeding. With so many great plants out there to consider, I encourage you to look for and embrace
“Great ideas!” — jackie1220
Jason Snyder
Pittsburgh Garden Tour
Ideabooks334
Questions0
check consumer reviews first. There are also fiberglass tanks (not pictured), which are rigid enough to be used underground as well
check consumer reviews first. There are also fiberglass tanks (not pictured), which are rigid enough to be used underground as well.
check consumer reviews first.There are also fiberglass tanks (not pictured), which are rigid enough to be used underground as well.
“not this” — scanmod
Camber Construction
Kitchen refrigerator
Ideabooks25,242
Questions12
matters too. Consumer Reports measured the usable space in a refrigerator and found that top freezer models average about 80 percent usable space, bottom freezers average 67 percent and side-by-side units average 63 percent. Know too that side-by-side refrigerators use roughly 20 percent more electricity than
days when consumers scratched their heads at energy labels on appliances — today's homeowners are savvy and want the most bang for their buck in the long and short term. Choosing ecofriendly appliances — particularly in the kitchen — can help, which is why so many Houzz readers bookmarked this ideabook.
“Flip down work space. What about a similar design to the left of the oven if you don't put a count t” — Mary Jane Muchow
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Madison St
Ideabooks10,589
Questions17
energy consumer: Between 80 and 90 percent of a dishwasher's energy consumption is tied to the water heater. Search for models that are water misers. Also look for a dishwasher with a booster heater, which allows your water heater to remain at the recommended 120 degrees and boosts the hot water for
cycle consumes a lot of energy.
“Dishwasher” — liskaaden
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