172 math Home Design Photos

Blue Spruce Landscaping Inc
Green Mountain Falls ll
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Checking my sundial, and if I did my math right, you might be under an hour's worth of ecofriendly work outside — especially if you keep that mower inside and mulch your beds. I don't know about you, but a lemonade sure sounds good right about now, even though I barely worked up a sweat. Tell us: What
“good idea! copy but in calcaire” — lauralefaix
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Kerrie L. Kelly
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Signature Properties Model Home II
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those found in Pottery Barn Kids) for my three brothers still in school. It revolutionized their organization and avoided much "hey where did I put that math sheet" hassle. When company like me comes to stay, she assigns each guest a locker for coats and purses and a little personal space while visiting.
“The top shelve and measuring tape” — mdmccolm
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SanFranVic
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Nelson, Ray Eames, Charles Eames and Buckminster Fuller.And what would be on your soundtrack? Stan Getz.Your proudest moment? Correcting my father's math when he makes mistakes helping on my projects. That doesn't happen often.
“house color as long as we keep the trim color” — jimmuth
Kenny Craft, CNU LEED AP
1 Review
Herzer House
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5. Buy locally produced materials. You may feel tempted to search far and wide for the material you want. Do the math before you have material shipped across the country or across the world for your project. There are often locally produced materials that will serve
“floor” — shannonervasti
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Colorado Residence
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skeleton on the front facade shows the rectangles and squares that make up the inside of the triangle. I swear the Pythagorean Theorem is at work here, but math class was way too many years ago for me to figure it out. Sorry Mr. Seymour, but I took your Geometry I class in 1986!
“Mountain house” — tratsprad
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Capitol Hill House Solar Array
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(choosing appliances that are highly energy efficient). Sound impossible? If you think you might not have enough sunlight to power your home, do the math anyway — you might be surprised. The Bullitt Center, a six-story office building in Seattle (a place not known for its sunshine) manages to power itself
“yaa, go GREEN!” — horsegirl31
Kimball Starr Interior Design
11 Reviews
Hillside Sanctuary: Colorful dining Room by Kimball Starr Interior Design
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the stripes on each tile vary from top to bottom, and thus the variation not only goes 90 degrees but also 180 degrees...oh, I'm having high school math class flashbacks again...I need to move on.
“different chair seat covers” — ruthie12
Jeff Chmielewski
Dining room
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A reclaimed wood table with a modern glass top and antique chairs occupy the dining room. Chmielewski, a self-professed math geek, designed the wood-burning fireplace as an expression of the golden ratio, widely considered the most aesthetically pleasing proportion. Browse thousands of fireplace designs
“like the two sided” — ang29
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