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Abby Hetherington Interiors
2 Reviews
Bear Trap Home
Ideabooks151
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Oh, dear. Another huge, monolithic energy-sucking dark dungeon that somehow rich people think represents the west.
“Rustic but great look” — bae01
Boutique Homes
1 Review
Wickets
Ideabooks153
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Depends if you use low energy bulbs. This one lasted over a year.
“I like it” — Kashyap Vankayala
MusaDesign Interior Design
6 Reviews
Millennium Tower Loft-Home Office
Ideabooks1,632
Questions3
in factory buildings, heavy traffic commercial buildings, museums, bridges, board walks and even on US roads still in operation today. They absorb energy, noise and the angle of cut allows for the growth rings to resist scraping and general wear much more effectively than traditionally flat sawn or even
“Flooring” — teriaglauser
The Ranch Mine
7 Reviews
Brass Tacks
Ideabooks630
Questions3
“Two wall colours” — dlf_6800
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks403
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I have trouble meeting Washington State energy code w/ aluminum windows. Even using alternative calculation methods it is difficult. How did you do it with that much area? I haven't used steel windows, but I understand they can be more
“Cedar” — Pavni Diwanji
Reiko Feng Shui Design
2 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design - Loft renovation
Ideabooks602
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Hi Marie, yes it is a feng shui inspired bedroom. in addition to selecting the best colors for the energy of the room, I considered the best colors for the two girls who sleep here. I also added the butterfly wallpaper, since it is an interior bedroom with
“jourdlin” — Bonita Alanis
Degnan Design Builders, Inc
6 Reviews
Pewaukee Lake House
Ideabooks1,472
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house is "green" in many ways (green building) but do you mean an actual greenhouse? We used many reclaimed materials and took indoor air quality and energy efficiency measures in this project. It also follows Sarah Susanka's "Not So Big House" rules in that it is about 1/3 smaller than the clients program
“love, love, love!!!” — Tammie Kingery-Reilly
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks3,117
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that both the total removal of the porch overhang and awning, as well as the addition of somewhat reflective patio components, must've added a huge energy use penalty to the house in terms of cooling, though.
“table only” — veliyana
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