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Creek House
Ideabooks3,684
Questions5
of wood to your home. All of this results in lower wood costs, less handling and less ash removal. The higher the efficiency, the less fuel you’ll consume and the lower your emissions will be.
to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
firebox. Many of the modern European stoves are noncatalytic. These stoves are simple to operate, look great and require little maintenance. They do consume more fuel than their catalytic counterparts and have slightly higher particulate emissions.
“floor to ceiling windows” — vickilpenny
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks4,391
Questions7
less fuel you’ll consume and the lower your emissions will be.Buyer beware: Stoves with an extremely low price probably aren’t EPA certified. There’s a loophole that permits highly inefficient stoves to be sold in the U.S. if they’re classed as fireplaces. Not only do these stoves consume large quantities
“large beanbag” — vikchape
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks3,185
Questions7
zero easily. This approach isn't for everyone. In GO Logic homes, you can still live life as you would, without taking on an extreme lifestyle, and consume very little energy to maintain a comfortable internal environment
zero easily. This approach isn't for everyone. In GO Logic homes, you can still live life as you would, without taking on an extreme lifestyle, and consume very little energy to maintain a comfortable internal environment."
“Light walls with wood and accent colors” — kc1976
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Andrea Schumacher Interiors
19 Reviews
Greenwood Village Home
Ideabooks2,743
Questions8
“Very few fibers are acid resistant, even with protective finishes such as Scotchgard,” Houle says. “The protective finishes will only allow the consumer a little more time to react to a stain before it becomes permanent.” contemporary living room by Home Carpet One Home Carpet One Save to Ideabook
“Very few fibers are acid resistant, even with protective finishes such as Scotchgard,” Houle says. “The protective finishes will only allow the consumer a little more time to react to a stain before it becomes permanent.”
“Placement of chaira” — condo200
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks12,472
Questions22
ry design fair. Mingle with design professionals, discover the latest from product exhibitors, attend workshops and meet with other design-savvy consumers and media. Not to miss is the 3rd annual "Conversations in Design" symposium featuring 12 international "Trailblazers and Trendspotters." The symposium
“sofa” — ecallowhill
MuseInteriors
7 Reviews
Old Greenwich Beach Cottage
Ideabooks7,836
Questions10
only must you factor in labor and supplies for surface prep, but good-quality lacquer is expensive, not to mention notoriously difficult and time consuming to apply. It's generally sprayed on, rather than rolled or brushed, which can stipple the finish. Which brings us to the following point ...
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California Home + Design
Steel Modern Fireplace
Ideabooks2,957
Questions4
Work with what you have. This space was designed by the incredible Antonio Martins as a part of a remodel. Rather than deal with an expensive, time-consuming demolition, Martins commissioned Scott Adkins of Redwood City, California's Profab Metal Design. Adkins situated a new steel fireplace surround over
“Fireplace” — maranda555
Annette English
Manhattan Beach Sanctuary
Ideabooks8,596
Questions12
1. Clear off the mantel. If your mantel is consumed with knicknacks, clear it and begin with a fresh start. Search your home for a piece of art that makes a statement and assign it as your new focal point. Keep secondary accents to a minimum.
“BM Swiss Coffee” — browzer2
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