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Dining Room furniture by The Joinery. All furniture is handcrafted by The Joinery using sustainably harvest solid wood and traditional woodworking techniques.
“the joinery” — barcs
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Ninebark Design Build LLC
Greenwood Residence
This project was a complete gut remodel of a 1900's home in the Seattle area. Much of materials of the old home were used to build the new house. Sustainable elements such reclaimed exterior siding and an interior wood feature wall create a warm feel. The house is light and bright and the double height
“Feature Wall, Reclaimed Fir” — cdscott77
Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Seola Beach Residence
panels are fastened with exposed stainless steel fasteners to allow the easy replacement of a single panel. The use of no-maintenance materials is a sustainable feature that insures the long use of the materials installed.
“Table” — Jansing Residential
Original Style Design Studio
3 Reviews
La Jolla Residence: Kitchen Banquette
this project is “Vintage Modern,” meaning the space has the visual charm and appeal of a vintage cottage, but with technologically advanced and sustainable surfaces, modern appliances, and more efficient use of space. This gallery of images shows the Interior Architectural Design, Interior Design
“Seating” — pearsonbethany
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Redmond House
bed in the master bedroom. The dining area features an 8-ft. long custom bentwood mahogany table with a blackened steel base. The house has many sustainable design features, such as the use of extensive clerestory windows to achieve natural lighting and cross ventilation, low VOC paints, linoleum flooring
“Breakfast /dining nook” — Lindsey Sullivan
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Los Altos Residence
of the home include vaulted ceilings, a large chef's kitchen with top of the line appliances and a more open floor plan than the original home. Sustainable features of this project include bamboo flooring, solar photovoltaic electric generation, solar hydronic hot water heating for the pool and a high
“Table” — lorenar5
Mandeville Canyon Design
14 Reviews
Homes Under 700 sq feet
The dining room adds a fresh burst of color with sustainably harvested furniture from Martha's Vineyard Furniture. Woven grasses on the windows add to the natural feeling creating privacy without sacrificing much coveted light.The bench can be easily moved to create addition seating or to work as a coffee
“Dinning room” — lollipop85
Charles Debbas Architecture
3 Reviews
Charles Debbas
New Home. Use of sustainable materials and passive solar design. Photos by: Cesar Rubio and Nic Lehoux
“chandeliier” — jacabob
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