14 cold process soap Exterior Design Photos

Timothy F. White
3 Reviews
Morris
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As I recall it was combination of soap and water to get the process started and then natural environmental effects from there . . . .
up with a very low maintenance exterior given the fact that in most cases you are simply allowing the wood to carry on with its natural weathering process. Of course some bugs like wood even more than we do so IF that is an issue you can look into treating the wood but be ready for the treatment to alter
tin roof, rusted (with soap and water to start he said)
“the grey wood” — danamigra
Timothy F. White
3 Reviews
Morris
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This tarnished galvanized roof looks so old. The snow spikes must speed up the aging process.
tin roof and color. Soap and water???
“different!” — gdabetta
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
Ideabooks598
Questions3
I have a cottage in Stillwater, MN built in 1862. I know how cold and leaky original windows can be. Last year I started installing Larson Insider interior storm windows in my living room. They work! check out l
hill, affording them a theater-seating view toward the majestic Columbia River."Astoria was always a working town. Being on the river, it was a fish-processing town," Bourgouin says. It was a hardworking place that, after World War II, was severely economically depressed. "After the war, homeowners didn't
“what not to do” — xynephadyn
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Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
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Hi I'm in the process of designing a solar roof on a garage. I am curious what application was used here to attach the panels to the roof? Thanks!
Great set of ideas for homebuilding ideas for snow and cold weather climates.
“terracing” — pbmax
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
PH-1
Ideabooks13,825
Questions5
Pavers have no trouble in our cold northern Ohio winters.
earth," she says. "They were so happy with the house concept that they didn't need to change much. In exchange, they got an easy, low-stress design process out of everything — and a home that reflects their life philosophy."Related article: What's Up With Prefab?
“patio outside new guest room” — swlubash
Jeff Jordan Architects LLC
10 Reviews
Higgins Lake House
Ideabooks3,571
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Hi! Love the outdoor area. We are in the process of planning our new house, and need to decide on how large space we need to dedicate to the hot tub? We are thinking of buying a rectangular shaped hot tub so that more people can enjoy the view at the ocean...Do you have any tip on
my experience, it is best to make sure there is enough room around the hot tub for people to easily get in and out. This is even more important in cold climates where winter time use means there may be ice to navigate. I like to leave at least 2' around the tub and more where it makes sense. For this
“LOVE THE WOOD AND GLASS!!!” — robrage
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Christensen Remodeling
Ideabooks3,856
Questions3
I would appreciate if you could email me a copy of the plans and any helpful advice. kbeeganhanly@eircom.net as you know Ireland is a cold and wet country in the winter so lots of insulation and environmental means of heating at little cost is important. I wish you long life and happiness in your
I live in Ireland and we are in the process of moving to a rural area. I love how your home sits into the landscape and that it is long. I would love to see the internal plan as we are both in our early 60's. I have had two hip replacements and I need to move from my lovely city two storey home.
“horizontal high wall for visual barrier” — Atlantic Reclaimed Lumber
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Bowman Residence Front Exterior
Ideabooks25,891
Questions22
collaboration was unique for this project in that the client was also the builder with a keen desire to incorporate LEED-centric principles to the design process. The original home on the lot was deconstructed piece by piece, with 95% of the materials either reused or reclaimed. The home is designed around the
“Elegant and modern at the same time.” — moonlight design
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