1,041 Eco Foam Bedroom Design Photos

Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Pine Street Bedroom Remodel
Ideabooks762
Questions2
the flooring ($60 per sheet) 3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) 150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20) Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5) Wood putty ($5) 1 gallon of floor-grade polyurethane ($40)
flooring ($60 per sheet) •3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) •150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20) •Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5) •Wood putty ($5) •1 gallon of floor-grade polyurethane ($40)
the flooring ($60 per sheet)3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) 150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20)Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5)Wood putty ($5)1 gallon of floor-grade polyurethane ($40)
“I do like the wonderbar in this bedroom” — reklaw8
Designing Home
4 Reviews
monochromatic guest room
Ideabooks5,778
Questions8
eco velvet padded headboard; crewel pillows; monochromatic colour scheme, sheer drapes; Photography: Brian Ricks
The headboard was a DIY project using plywood, foam, and eco velvet as a covering.
“Sheers” — chrispuszynski
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Energy House
Ideabooks17,483
Questions21
They are made with an eco-friendly fabric by Rubie Green.
This is an eco-friendly fabric by Rubie Green.
Sea foam Neutrals
“Tocador color” — pawandy
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Lauren Decatur
Ideabooks567
Questions2
Love the sea foam green color...
Wall color - sea foam green
Sea foam green color that I might use in family room
Sea foam green paint
Foam Green Color for Walls
“Wall color - sea foam green” — joiesue
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Lincoln Park West Master Bed A
Ideabooks210K
Questions146
know the thickness and edge used on the ones your workroom did. I need to know the backing if it was plywood or Masonite, and what thickness the foam or batting is. Was Dacron used? I am seeing a rippling along the edges and am not happy. Was a knife edge used? And what was the spacing and
How thick do you make the foam on the panels?
How did you secure the panels? Did you secure them with the nail gun with the foam and then wrap them? I'm having a hard time understanding the process. Thanks!
These upholstered wall panels are custom made. Any good upholster should be able to replicate this design. They are made of plywood with foam batting and upholstered in a fabric. They can mounted to the wall with a nail gun or z-clips. Good luck!
“Recámara principal cabecera” — miriamshoes
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Shelter Island Heights
Ideabooks5,753
Questions10
Did you purchase the Ikea foam mattresses?
Just curious of the quality of the ikea foam mattresses they sell with this daybed. This photo looks like a substantial mattress - is it a separate twin mattress purchased elsewhere, or did you stack the Ikea foam mattresses?
They are stacked from IKEA. We have used foam in the past as well.
“Daybed” — vannieanne21
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks4,602
Questions6
2011 EcoHome Design Award Winner Key to the successful design were the homeowner priorities of family health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house
Floors, walls, ceiling, doors and trim are all matched in non-toxic paint to Benjamin Moore's Mayonnaise. Floors are ECOS Organics floor paint, which painters now call "liquid gold". Very durable and 100% healthy.
The floors are painted white with Ecos floor paint. ...
“door style” — hannahmac1
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Pine Street Bedroom Remodel
Ideabooks4,546
Questions16
My office in our shop has a concrete floor, the concrete is perfectly smooth and clean. Would we want/need to use the foam underlay and secondly what would be the best method of securing it? I'm pretty flexible as to options.
Hi, thanks for your interest! Yes, the foam underlayment does a couple of things. One, it can work in your favor as an additional acoustical barrier. Two, it adds a little give under the floor
And three, it acts as a vapor barrier which is specifically beneficial for your installation, especially if your concrete floor is slab on grade. The foam underlayment doesn’t itself need to be secured to the concrete. It will stay put from the weight of the plywood floor on top of it. To attach the plywood
“Bedding” — never7
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