206 energy pro fireplace Dining Design Photos

Clay Construction Inc.
7 Reviews
Lot 77 Dining Room
tell me about the beautiful fireplace. does it have to be vented to the outside? it is gas? does it burn real wood?
the material surrounding the fireplace, is it slate?
Coronado Stone's new Pro-Ledge profile is similar: http://www.coronado.com
Is this our fireplace just raised
“Coronado Stone's new Pro-Ledge profile is similar: http://www.coronado.com”
stone just around fireplace - not
Slate surround. Coronado Stone's new pro-ledge profile is similar, per notes on side.
i like how the fireplace is a t more of an eye level point
“idea for DRM chairs - recovering” — donetta5573
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
I love the paneled walls for the fireplace. What kind/sizes of trim pieces did you use to get the look?
beautiful. What is the material around the fireplace?
Are the fireplaces manufactured (make?) or masonry? Thanks
I would love to have a similar room with the fireplace but I'm worried that the entryways would be so narrow! So what's the width of that room? TIA!
might want to give them a try also. http://www.houzz.com/pro/jane-longden/lakeandmountainhome
Thanks for your inquiry! We are so happy you like them. The paneled walls are custom made. The panels rough dimensions on the side of the fireplace going left to right are: 3-1/2", 1'-11", 5", 1'-11",
Thanks for your question salmasw! The wall with the fire place on it is 20' wide. The fireplace is 6' wide.
“Gray stone around the fireplace, acadia white trim” — manleyma
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
rating on the energy section of LEED or has met the high energy requirements of a state or local certification scheme. Your energy consumption rates are low relative to most other houses.
Good idea for ours - the chairs at the 'front' of the picture can be by our fireplace, whereas the back
was not designed with energy efficiency in mind. The building envelope has some leaks and is not particularly efficient. It meets the standard of most other houses. 2.Good: Your house has above-average energy efficiency. It has either been remodeled or designed with certain energy consumption goals in
house is highly sustainable. It is a certified Passive House, has received a high rating on the energy section of LEED or has met the high energy requirements of a state or local certification scheme. Your energy consumption rates are low relative to most other houses.
“Simple and sparse. Concrete. Natural furnishings.” — Meredith Simpson
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Starry Night Farm - Dining Room
They were selected by the interior designers, Meadowbank Designs. Here is their Houzz profile: http://www.houzz.com/pro/meadowbankdesigns/meadowbank-designs
Beam work, detail around fireplace (though later than our house), rug, table & chairs, overall feel.
lavishness or waste, farmhouses historically were constructed using material that was readily available: rough-hewn beams, a fieldstone dining room fireplace and wide plank flooring, for example.
“Color” — DIY Design Coach
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bridger Canyon Residence
suitable in Montana though. They're certainly not energy efficient
The dining table leading out to the nano doors. Also the fireplace in the dining room
love the whole picture.....doors open up to the outside, table and chairs, fireplace.
the view, the fireplace the table settings, the lighting
Dining area near fireplace in great room
“Dinning room” — 4gad
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Love the color paint on the fireplace wall. What color is it?
Great room w/large windows & modern fireplace
Portland OR - concrete/wood, alter. energy, green roof
opening to exterior, fireplace to away room, doors to exterior
Central fireplace to deprecate the lounge area from
paint wall around fireplace dark grey
love how this fireplace semi divides rooms
like windows to floor, high walls, fireplace & concrete floors
“floor stain” — rayyita
Howell Custom Building Group
13 Reviews
Open Floor Plan view of Breakfast Room Addition
to allow for views to the new breakfast room addition from the kitchen. The original eating area was converted to a cozy sitting area with a gas fireplace. Photo by Greg Premru
The pendant light came from Lucia Lighting in Lynn, MA. For more info, please check out their Houzz profile: http://www.houzz.com/pro/lucialighting/lucia-lighting-design
“ceiling height and beams for 9 foot height in room addition” — Tim REID
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
7 Reviews
Cliffside Inspiration
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“Table chairs” — Carrie Chandler
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