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The Upward Bound House by Kelly LaPlante
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“Red chairs” — abwhite1982
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Prentiss Architects
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North Bay Residence
Ideabooks608
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Very sleek and modern yet eco friendly look. Not too modern to appear cold.
“Chimney” — blackbull110
Breathe Architecture
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Stonewood
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Generous sliding panels of recycled Tasmanian Oak roll away from the dining and living rooms to reveal a music room. Photographer: Andrew Wuttke
“Nice sliding concept for study” — Criszean Tan
Robin Bond Interiors
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Parade of Homes House
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purchased from Legend Lighting in Austin.They recently did a blog post about it: http://www.legendaustin.com/lighting-tips-and-technology-tuesday/eco-friendly-lighting-varaluz Their staff is wonderful to work with - good luck in your search!
“Dining set” — Belana Chechelnitsky
Simmons and Company
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De La Luz
Ideabooks2,692
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Repurposed or salvaged wood is a very popular option in cabinetry right now, partly due to the character it adds to the space, and partly due to the eco-friendly nature of upcycling. Of course, it's almost always a "greener" option to stick with the cabinetry you already have rather than gutting the space
“island idea?” — landerson724
AlliKristé Custom Cabinetry and Kitchen Design
1 Review
Beautiful Cabinets and Kitchens! ~ by AlliKristé
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Irresistible Kitchens! By AlliKristé Custom Cabinetry and Kitchen Design
“Wall color with dark cabinet” — lvmylif
Merzbau Design Collective
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Casey Kitchen
Ideabooks3,051
Questions3
linoleum floor--eco friendly, love the color
“Long, lots of cupboards & storage, open closet. Reverse to match existing floorplan” — l2o2l7a
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks5,980
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Now we’ll head over to the fifth borough, Philadelphia. The $100K House demonstrates how one can create an eco-friendly home without blowing the budget. Nic Darling kept the labor and construction costs capped at $100,000. Here the staircase plays peek-a-boo with
“fun idea” — Jessica Nelson
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