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ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks6,115
Questions7
structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
Would like window like this in dining room (that opens)
To the left of the front door is an efficient mudroom with lots of storage by Poggenphol, a bench for putting on and taking off shoes, coat hooks and good spots for storing Wellies.
“hooks, simple cabinets, I would want ours to go to the ceiling though” — heldridge
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks13,591
Questions2
could be an interesting way to organize the closet in the entranceway..with less space it will need to be more efficient.
Possible on either side of window?
Bench seat by window
Window seat instead of ottoman?
Window treatment...Bench in window...Window frame...window seat...Window Treatments
“Cabinets” — 63nino
Habachy Designs
14 Reviews
Atlanta/Buckhead Christmas Showhouse Interior
Ideabooks19,114
Questions10
Like sconces on walls--these doors might be most cost efficient?
the window dressing. oh my my so beautiful
closet with window, mirrored closet doors, chandelier
dressing room with window
Window Kelsey room...window treatment
“Ottoman” — southeastern painting and renovations
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5 Reviews
walk in closet
Ideabooks12,766
Questions1
“Any addition of natural daylight to an attic space or closet will make a big difference to the feel of the room.” But again, don't forget about the energy factor: If you add a skylight, be sure the space is equipped with both heating and cooling systems, as a skylight can affect temperature.
skylight, ceiling treatment
Wood window
“Closet” — rachl520
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
uptown flat
Ideabooks311
Questions1
and new bathrooms, several new built-in cabinetry units, and the consolidation of numerous small closets and passageways into more accessible and efficient storage spaces.
window treatment, doors
“mandir+wardobe” — sumitadube
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
Phinney Energy Remodel
Ideabooks485
Questions2
letting light in. Good wall treatment
an idea for some dividing walls and even windows
Phinney Energy Remodel
“Cool, mur” — mayarasaki
Solar Light
Solatube Installs
Ideabooks1,105
Questions1
cost depends on the type of glazing and the type of frame. For example, skylights that are suitable for highly energy-efficient homes like Passive Houses are wood framed, certified for efficiency and triple glazed, and can even be clad in copper (as opposed to aluminum) on the exterior. The cost for a
cost depends on the type of glazing and the type of frame. For example, skylights that are suitable for highly energy-efficient homes like Passive Houses are wood framed, certified for efficiency and triple glazed, and can even be clad in copper (as opposed to aluminum) on the exterior.The cost for a light
cost depends on the type of glazing and the type of frame. For example, skylights that are suitable for highly energy-efficient homes like Passive Houses are wood framed, certified for efficiency and triple glazed, and can even be clad in copper (as opposed to aluminum) on the exterior.The cost for a light
“Attic ideas” — addictedtoknitting
Douglas Custom Homes
1 Review
#6 Meadow Green Court
Ideabooks1,537
Questions1
operating windows and exterior doors. Dual energy efficient, 14 Seer Air-Conditioners & gas heater systems includes Zone controls. Energy efficiencies include: Low E Windows, Vapor Barrier moisture protection, Solar boad radian heat deflection, foam wall insulation, R38 attic insulation, Energy Star appliances
Meadow Green Court, Wichita Falls, Texas 76308 Wichita Falls, Texas 76308 Offered at $470,000 Country French Style Home with stone, stucco and brick treatment. Located in beautiful Bridge Creek Estates addition Two Story, 4 Bedrooms ad 3 ½ Baths with 3 Car Garage Two stories with secluded downstairs master
Appliances: Double convection Oven 36” Professional six burner gas Cook-top, with hand Pot Filler over cook-top Recessed 25 cu. Ft. Refrigerator Energy qualified dishwasher Microwave Oven Spacious Open Kitchen with 8’ x 5’ floating/work island with sink and dishwasher Granite countertops, Travertine
“Great closet” — ngazzerro
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