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Lake Iosco House exterior
Ipe Wood Decking o Interior: Maple Cabinets, Bamboo Floors, Caesarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Hot Rolled Black Steel Cladding Aluminum Clad
Bedrooms: 3 o Baths: 2.5 o Features: Carport, Study, Playroom, Hot Tub Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Siding, Azek Infill Panels, Cement Board Panels, Ipe
Great work. Love the combination and contrast of materials. Great use and shape of windows. Love it!!
beachhouse add another container on the top for party kitchen
This is a lake house - obviously we would use different materials for an urban home
more often based on a percentage of total construction costs (often around 10 percent, depending on project and region). Some architects will draw up a
“exterior ideas” — mrsowc
Heartlands Building Company
Outdoor Living Rooms
extruded aluminum railing. The adjacent outdoor kitchen has a masonry wood burning fireplace, concrete counter tops, built-in grill, True outdoor refrigerator
All those colours. materials....warm and inviting.
like mid level above ground. Imagine 3rd level with connecting stairs from top/mid/ground level.
White facia and white posts below, wood up top.
“fireplace on deck” — punkygoose
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Vermont Cabin exterior
Cement Board Panels o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Ceasarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E
radiates heat during the cool summer evenings. Just inside, is the expansive kitchen, living, and dining areas, perfect for preparing meals for their guests
acre property for the delicacy, then returns to her home which rests on the top of the mini-mountain. With stunning views of nearby Stratton Mountain, the
Features: Off Grid Home, 3kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Radiant Floor Heat Materials: o Exterior: Corrugated Metal Siding, Cedar Siding, Ipe Wood Decking, Cement
grid. According to Tanney and Luntz, an average home in America uses over 10,000 kwh per year. The Vermont Cabin was designed for 3,000 kwh, with efficient
“Solar panels” — Nicole Shen
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