509 environmentally-friendly Farmhouse Home Design Photos

TruexCullins
3 Reviews
Environmentally Friendly
Ideabooks1,850
Questions4
Environmentally Friendly
“Yellow & Green combo” — Denise Schram
TruexCullins
3 Reviews
Environmentally Friendly
Ideabooks596
Questions3
Environmentally Friendly
“Paint” — devs4
TruexCullins
3 Reviews
Enivronmentally Friendly
Ideabooks317
Questions2
love environmentally friendly and definitely want a meadow
tally Friendly
“metal roof” — lizpalombo
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp
Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks5,991
Questions10
environmentally-friendly driveway
“permeable driveway” — Kelly Campbell
Wagner Hodgson
3 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks4,837
Questions3
functional and environmental cues. Their cellular nature speaks to a desire to retreat and get away from it all in a smaller, almost cabin-like space. The structures shown here create exterior spaces with the aid of various landscape elements: A pea stone sculpture garden, hard-edged grass surfaces and concrete
functional and environmental cues. Their cellular nature speaks to a desire to retreat and get away from it all in a smaller, almost cabin-like space. The structures shown here create exterior spaces with the aid of various landscape elements: A pea stone sculpture garden, hard-edged grass surfaces and concrete
“Trees planted in gravel” — thethreecs
Dungan Nequette Architects
4 Reviews
Bodnar
Ideabooks1,548
Questions1
Conscious of environmental economy, the center of the home is anchored by a large Russian Stove that heats the entire house and creates a focal point within the double height living space. A rooftop lantern and open porches bring light into the interior space. The bedroom suite was designed as discrete loft
“Sniper” — laceyleah
Lanny Nagler Photography
Hebron House
Ideabooks77
Questions0
©Lanny Nagler Photography Benjamin Oliver AD- Designer
“Dining chairs????” — johnsmadill
TruexCullins
3 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks485
Questions3
home's environmental features are actually drawn from common-sense traditional strategies employed throughout the region: The orientation of the home is to the south (this image) and the open meadow. The woods to the north protect the house from the cold northwest wind and also provide cool, nighttime
“Love the juxtaposition of traditional farmhouse exterior and modern interior” — Brett Freelen
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