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Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
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house is designed on the principle of passive solar gain. The large windows in the dining area maximise the light entering the room. The free heat is stored
earth too, sealed with layer upon layer of boiled linseed oil. The wall lights are moulded directly out of the mud walls. Photo: Steve Rogers
The table we made ourselves from a big slab of elm that we dried in the garden over 3 years. The arm-chairs were being thrown out and the dining chairs
chairs came from a restaurant that went out of business. The wall lights are moulded directly out of the wall, also made from mud. The window boards/seats are
the lighter areas of grain go almost a translucent orange, which gives the light a lovely quality. He is hoping to have an online retail facility soon, but
“thick rear wall, wood trimmed windows on sunroon” — koliver202
Holly Marder
The home of Aafke
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RAR Eames rocking chair upholstered fiberglass | Dezign
Eames upholstered rocking chair Built in book nook Farm table with Eames chairs (dichotomy: natural
Light interior by Use of white Floor and coloured walls
often be found seated at the dining table, with the doors to her little garden open. “You can hear the seagulls from the seaside,” she says.
often be found seated at the dining table, with the doors to her little garden open. ‘You can hear the seagulls from the seaside,’ she says.Browse other
“the other wall that goes with the lime sofa, gray chair, peacock blue throw blanket…could do white” — magast
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Lipkin Cabana Custom Guest House Cabana
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house and also as an entertaining area. The main room features a large river rock stone fireplace and redwood stained scissor trusses. The lower chords of
provided a perfect opportunity to add a pool and a cabana in a Los Gatos garden setting. As people walk down to the cabana, meandering stone walkways set
the overall height of the ceiling gives the room a spacious feeling. The lighting is faux painted to match the wood tones of the ceiling. An expansive deck
deck with fire pit has a sitting gazebo cantilevered over the pool with lighting into the water below so one can actually sit over the water and enjoy the
“Breakfast” — Christy Fellers
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