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finish it for the look you wish. By doing this, you not only obtain a look that is completely unique to your dwelling, but is also extremely environmentally friendly. Good luck!
“shelving into island” — famschmid
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veneer and is called "Sydney Yellow 3D" It is a natural stone but is made from the waste product of stone producers and quarries, so is an environmentally friendly product. Hope this helps! Alex
“Lies” — jamesenlies
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Naomi's House
secondhand stores.But remember, bamboo doesn't have to stay a natural color — it can be brought up-to-date with a lick of paint. Consider an environmentally friendly paint to maintain its eco credentials.
“Bed” — cap2281
Jane Ellison
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Master Bath
find in bamboocreasian.com - Solid Bamboo Ladder Towel Rack. I hope it is helpful. http://www.bamboocreasian.com/ladders.html Bamboo Creasian Eco-friendly construction materials - Quality Bamboo Poles, Bamboo Iron, Bamboo fencing, Bamboo Matting, Bamboo Wall Covering, Bamboo Wall Panels, Bamboo Woven
There are many bamboo textile products now on the market. However, a word of warning for the environmentally conscious: Bamboo has to undergo some chemically intensive production processes to get from raw material to the cellulose fibers that make the
“Wall finish” — lusimpson
Cynthia Prizant - Prizant Design, LLC
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Industrial, edgy teen bedroom
The floor is a red stained cork. Beautiful surface, wears well and environmentally friendly!
“peg board on walls.” — doinitwright
Stonewood, LLC
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Our company manufacturers custom designed garage doors combining traditional craftsmanship with environmentally-friendly composite materials. Click on our logo to find out more. Thank you!
“dormers” — bhoffa
Phil Kean Design Group
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The New American Home
Yes, it is a veneer by Environmental Stoneworks.
Thank you everyone for your input, but we would like to keep our comment threads as friendly as possible. Just to clear the air - this product is, as stated before, a limestone tile from Dal-tile. This link will lead you directly to the product
“Chenille white daltile 2” — cherylbrooks
Amitzi Architects
house A
about your ceiling before and it just occurred to me to ask - Why use the cast concrete? Why not use wood? Isn't wood supposed to be more environmentally friendly and wouldn't the echo fact be better with wood? Is the concrete easier to install? I am very interested in your concrete ceiling (I love it
“table” — caminin
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