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Centsational girl
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Does a gas range or electric range cost more?
Love this gas range w wood pillars on either side
love this gas cook top
stainless steel gas range
Gas range...look and gas
“look and gas” — woofy1959
Architects Magnus
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jewell - lounge
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fireplace. Given our modern design aesthetic, the long but narrow fireplace would certainly work. The question is where can I find a wood burning (not gas) fireplace? Are there fabricators who make these domestically (New York - Mid Atlantic)?
in the long run is that one can generally convert from wood to gas, but not the other way (unless you are changing back to wood from gas). The technology involved when installing a solid fuel burning fireplaces is also acceptable for gas products, but not vice versa. Now that modern fireplaces with
change out the artificial logs in their gas fireplace to something more modern. The answer is "NO". But if you have a masonry woodburning fireplace with a working chimney, you may change over to a gas burner for convenience. I am not one to talk you into gas, because I love everything about wood, but
“Love this terrace” — Sheri Evans
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
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Contemporary Guesthouse
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Contemporary living room. Maple veneer plywood walls and cabinets, Paloma gas stove from Heat & Glo, and leather Flight recliner from Design Within Reach. Rob Karosis Photography www.robkarosis.com
That is the Paloma gas stove from Heat & Glo.
wanted a pull that would be flush with crisp lines. We found them here: http://www.eclectic-ware.com/Eclectic-ware/Mockett/mockett-pulls/mockett-pulls.html
walls and cabinets. Paloma gas stove from Heat and Glo--DWR furniture--same architect of new hampshire home..Smith and Vansant Architects.
paloma gas stove from heat & glo
That is the Paloma gas stove from Heat & Glo.
Contemporary living room. Maple veneer plywood walls and cabinets, Paloma gas stove from Heat & Glo, and leather Flight recliner from Design Within Reach.
“shelves around the tv.” — stephsnyder23
Resort Custom Homes
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Palmetto Bluff Cottages
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in front of Resort Custom Homes, those are vented gas logs by Golden Blount, likely in a masonry woodburning fireplace. Specifically, it think it is one of the Texas Bonfire sets: http://www.goldenblountinc.com/products/vented.texasbonfirecharred.html The log set shown below is the Texas Stack, also
Vented gas log. This typically costs between $500 and $1,000, which is less than a fireplace insert. Because you must leave the damper open at all times with vented gas logs, your home can lose a lot of heat — even more than with a wood-burning fireplace. To remedy the heat-loss issue, you can have airtight
airtight glass doors installed (for an additional cost), though the gas logs will still not provide much heat into the room.Bottom line: Vented gas logs can be a good budget option if you are looking for more ambience than heat.
“Couch material and cireplace” — annasagely
Heather Garrett Design
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Heather Garrett Design
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12" tiles with a wood mantel and tile going down the sides, that are 2'' squares with a deeper brown color. got any suggestions? This is built in gas fireplace that is already installed, the design is not the great.
able.html. If you'd like to order it through us, you can contact us at sales@hgHOMEdurham.com
The Lucille lamps are shown in the white finish. So glad you like the room! The sconces over the fireplace are Oly Wellfleet sconces (http://olystudio.com/products/accessories/lighting/index.html), the
The Meri Drum (http://olystudio.com/products/accessories/lighting/index.html), the white side table is the Ichibod Round table in white with polished aluminum legs (http://olystudio.com/products/tables/ichibad_round_side_table.html).
“Mirror” — Shannon Nicholas Deines
Turan Designs, Inc.
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Miller Kitchen
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that the factory reps for another stove company can't even understand their own directions on a separate post right now. So, I would agree that your gas range is probably too powerful to have a microwave over it, but that has nothing to do with "code", and may even be to manufacturer specs, but it certainly
I am thinking that it is the Delta, Victorian http://www.deltafaucet.com/kitchen/details/155-dst.html?showPhotoGallery=false Hope this helps! You could also look at the Danze Opulence line, it has the same feel and look!
“backsplash” — Megan Barnett
CJ's Home Decor & Fireplaces
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Garden, yard, outdoor
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_Pavers.html . We encourage you to develop your own custom outdoor room!
Well, there are a HUGE variety of outdoor fireplaces available, but this one specifically is a Sonoma Gas Fireplace (available at http://www.cjshearthandhome.com/outdoor-fireplaces-1/ ). You would have to run a gas line out
Unfortunately, those gas lanterns are no longer available from the manufacturer. HOWEVER... we do have a nice selection of other gas lanterns here: https://www.cjshearthandhome.com/gas-lamps-tiki-torches/
stones. They're not quite as red as the photo would have you believe, but you can find them at http://www.veneerstoneonline.com/acatalog/Granite_Pavers.html . When you're ready to order, give us a call at 888-986-1535 and we'll get you a shipping quote!
“Finca” — Milena Cruz
Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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Gas fire place: I think a gas fire place is alright but it doesn't have the same warmth of an actual burning fire.
pub look, bench on either side of gas fireplace?
Crisp Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo A gas fireplace adds to the cozy factor. The homeowner collected the artwork, mugs and other ephemera.
A gas fireplace adds to the cozy factor. The homeowner collected the artwork, mugs and other ephemera. Credit must be given to photographer Rob Karosis for
“It even has a cozy fireplace!” — Heather Mcpherspn
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