20 green living roofs Kitchen Design Photos

Lucy Call
My Houzz: Jordan
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Color scheme old wood with sherbet green and orange
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Jordan Menzel, cofounder of CrowdHall, an online company that helps users host interactive town halls, and his 1-year-old
winter working on it late at night, but I had also been floating from one living space to the next. While doing the remodel, I was also in the middle of
“Wood work!!” — ginachandler
Bunker Workshop
11 Reviews
D-House
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something similar with salvaged doug fir in 1231A (small bar b/t kitchen and living room), echo built-in shelves with lighting on east wall.
roof section colored...hanging roof for rangehood
“Drop ceiling” — Sonja Sare
Capstone Dwellings, Design-Build
8 Reviews
SATO1
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home office, baby's room as well as improved flow in dining/kitchen and living room. Designed by Bethany Pearce / Van Hecke of Capstone Dwellings De
green walls
“Wooden countrertop” — Ismael Ramos
BAS1S Architecture
3 Reviews
Prospect Kitchen Remodel
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beam was used to support the ceiling while opening up the kitchen to the living area. Gives it a nice look and is functional.
“Beautiful island” — Charles Jordan
'g' Green Design Center
4 Reviews
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
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Green Home Remodel – Clean and Green on a Budget – with Flair Today many families with young children put health and safety first among their priorities
clean and green, coming in on time and on budget. This photo shows bamboo flooring and a well organized and planned kitchen layout. ‘g’ Green Design Center
about $1,500 in rebate funds to implement energy improvements. Whenever ‘g’ Green Design Center begins a project such as a remodel or addition, the first step
wall between the old kitchen and hallway was removed, creating a large open living space for the family. The existing oak cabinetry was removed and new, plywood
“similar to my kitchen” — Liz Preville
'g' Green Design Center
4 Reviews
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
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Green Home Remodel – Clean and Green on a Budget – with Flair The dining room addition also served as a family room space and has easy access to the updated
producing a wonderfully remodeled home that is clean and green, coming in on time and on budget. ‘g’ Green Design Center was the first and only stop when the
about $1,500 in rebate funds to implement energy improvements. Whenever ‘g’ Green Design Center begins a project such as a remodel or addition, the first step
wall between the old kitchen and hallway was removed, creating a large open living space for the family. The existing oak cabinetry was removed and new, plywood
If we end up with a header between kitchen n living room... i like to trim out like this opening.
“if we connect DR/Kitchen” — lolsen51442
'g' Green Design Center
4 Reviews
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
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Detail of Recycled Glass Countertop - Green Home Remodel – Clean and Green on a Budget – with Flair Today many families with young children put health
producing a wonderfully remodeled home that is clean and green, coming in on time and on budget. ‘g’ Green Design Center was the first and only stop when the
about $1,500 in rebate funds to implement energy improvements. Whenever ‘g’ Green Design Center begins a project such as a remodel or addition, the first step
wall between the old kitchen and hallway was removed, creating a large open living space for the family. The existing oak cabinetry was removed and new, plywood
“Counter” — nicsand
'g' Green Design Center
4 Reviews
Cape Home Addition - Expanding Home and Lifestyle
Ideabooks83
Questions0
Green Home Remodel – Clean and Green on a Budget – with Flair The dining room addition also served as a family room space and has easy access to the updated
producing a wonderfully remodeled home that is clean and green, coming in on time and on budget. ‘g’ Green Design Center was the first and only stop when the
about $1,500 in rebate funds to implement energy improvements. Whenever ‘g’ Green Design Center begins a project such as a remodel or addition, the first step
wall between the old kitchen and hallway was removed, creating a large open living space for the family. The existing oak cabinetry was removed and new, plywood
“This is similar to our layout. But I don't like the cabinets.” — michele89
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