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Room 1860- Kellogg's
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Room 1860- Kellogg's
yellow wall partition
yellow partition
“The cubbies & colored boxes.” — johnnyrox
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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I live in Canada and we have to be concerned anout the weight of the snow on our roofs. Many people shovel their roofs. This garden is an awesome idea but
Dream home. Living roof in forest!!
a living roof would be awesome someday
Living roof. While it's not yet a replacement for all traditional forms of insulation, a living roof can reduce indoor sound by up to 40 decibels. It can reduce indoor summer temperatures by 6 to 8 percent
whether your roof itself has the right slope to be a living roof. If it’s flat or up to 30 degrees sloped, it might be a good candidate. You’ll also want to think about whether it gets enough sun for you to grow low-maintenance plants.See benefits of living roofs
“Anything living thrives on attention,” Hook says, but “I strive to provide a garden where the maintenance is a labor of love and not a constant toil.” Understanding
“love!” — montgomery
Osborne Architects
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Baer Retreat
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What a great idea to have a yoga studio and exercise room in the garage!
Melody family room color for panneling
"Green" garage: solar roof, vertical greenery, and still there is room for an office on a second level.
Living wall . Possible sod roof wi garden?
saltbox with living wall
love the living wall
Love this living wall!
Living plant wall...The living wall...live wall...amazing living wall...live wall barn...living wall...living wall
“green garage wall” — kimgriffin521
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Hen House
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Chicken coop- Nice partition of another shed
Accessing the hen house and nesting boxes from a storage room connected to the house. Brilliant.
“I sooo need this!” — Beverly McKinney
Anne Boa Interior Design
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Private Airplane Hangar
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Shower partition
Powder room cabinets
“guest bathroom” — sjoseph1212
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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in living room. easy care succluents
i want a living roof on my greenhouse. what a view from the second story of our home!
Roof Garden -- We could build this above the deck with access from the master and guest room. Would love beautiful lines like this
Green roof. Cost range: Varies widely depending on where you live. You’re likely to spend $13 to $45 per square foot
designed it as a living piece of art, full of succulents and other plants found throughout the project.
First steps: Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays.Add
“Rooftop garden” — Ellen Tsang
Beth Dana Design
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Coastal Retreat
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Garage turned living space; great idea if the space is not used
What a great guest room or teen hangout.
garage as living quarters
Outdoor retreat and sewing room
indoor outdoor living
Garage living...Multi use room...one room garage...extra room...Garage room...artist room...great room...small space living
“Bunk” — Cindy Hsu
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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We are currently working with Pride Corner in Connecticut, distributors of LiveRoof to grow and then they have licensed installers of the system and plants.
cabin is a yoga studio; relaxation and inspiration begin atop its living roof.See more about these two woodland cabins
Typical extensive green roof. Note the multiple components of the roofing system. The slower rate of runoff from a living roof allows more stormwater to percolate into the surrounding
or remarkable vegetation, or the orientation to the sun,” Hook says. “I see the roof as a microcosm of the slopes of Mount Tam. The design became a living mosaic, representing the variety of plants and plant communities on Mount Tam.”
which is basically a giant raised-bed garden placed atop a roof, can help cool the air, insulate the interior of your home, and even provide extra room to garden in urban areas where space is at a premium. Sound like a lot of trouble? You can install one on the roof of your garage. You will enjoy many
“Roof Garden” — jfam3
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