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Jodell Clarke Designs
17 Reviews
Heather Lane
Nice energy
“pop color ideas” — deslilas
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Bright colors give a space instant energy. Throw pillows provide one of the easiest ways to incorporate new color
“Seating” — hoss1711
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Golden Valley Home Renovation
by keeping the original structure and architecture true, but updated with energy-efficient Marvin windows and a new front door. Then moved inside. The
“fireplace” — suebetz
Bauhaus Custom Homes
4 Reviews
O'Neil Ford Interiors
Renovation and Energy retrofit of a single family home designed by noted Texas Architect O'Neil Ford.
“Диванчик” — golams
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
26 Reviews
Mill Valley "home Sweet home"
Rodika Chi, a feng shui expert, says deep, rich browns offer a nourishing energy and are great for entry halls, kitchens and feature walls in bedrooms. However
“Narrow and skinny desks” — susmoyer
Kuth / Ranieri Architects
1 Review
Wurster Residence
Just like the energy
“Inside ficus” — kirazeke
yamamar design
Diamond Heights Eichler Kitchen
amount of Portland cement needed in concrete. Portland cement is a very energy- and carbon-intensive product to produce, so some argue that fly ash therefore
“Old and new” — nmythi
Baenziger Coles
Elwood Residence
Energy efficient design
“Colours” — eeford
Ideas on how to make home more energy efficient
Greetings all, new to the forum. Last Thursday my wife and I closed on our first home. Brand new just built. My first project, other than a closed off...
Is the glass block used for the window energy efficient?
How well does a window made of this block keep out the cold in the Northern Zone? Same as a conventional window?
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