223 Early electric Home Design Photos

Preston Custom Homes
Villa del Segugio
Ideabooks137
Questions1
Preston Custom Homes - Mark R. Early, J. Preston Early, & Associates
Custom Homes - Mark R. Early
J. Preston Early
“Wall color finish” — Pushpita Mitra
Miller & Wright Architects
1 Review
St. Michaels Cottage
Ideabooks56
Questions1
built in 1880 and located at the center of St. Michaels. The language of the house - both interior and exterior, represents a re-interpretation of the early American vernacular style prevalent in the maritime culture of the region. Maxwell Mackenzie, Photographer
early American
“rock bank.” — paulajean21170
Miller & Wright Architects
1 Review
Southampton Residence
Ideabooks5,939
Questions8
Like early examples of the Shingle Style, this house dresses up the basic forms of early American architecture with classical details. The formal, symmetrical front reflects a centrally organized plan, while in back, the broad porch and its oversize Doric columns knit together the interior rooms with
“Rug” — zhud14
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
17 Reviews
Contemporary Shower
Ideabooks100K
Questions52
how did you back=light the onyx, while containing any moisture problems with the electricity?
how did you back-light the onyx, containing any moisture problems with the electricity?
very long time, it may go out and need to be maintained. You may have to design in some sort of track (like a sliding door track) and a flexible electrical feed such that you can slide out the light sheet if you need to get to it.
“Onyx” — drgingerprice
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
11 Reviews
Bosque Residence
Ideabooks3,171
Questions3
dark colour: This floor not only was made with materials from within a 500-mile radius, but it also reduced waste left behind by the generation of electricity, because it contains fly ash, a byproduct of coal combustion. How it was made: Environmental Dynamics used an aggregate of LaFarge North America
Concrete Floor This floor not only was made with materials from within a 500-mile radius, but it also reduced waste left behind by the generation of electricity, because it contains fly ash, a byproduct of coal combustion. How it was made: Environmental Dynamics used an aggregate of LaFarge North America
Concrete Floor This floor not only was made with materials from within a 500-mile radius, but it also reduced waste left behind by the generation of electricity, because it contains fly ash, a byproduct of coal combustion. How it was made: Environmental Dynamics used an aggregate of LaFarge North America
“Love the BedFrame & Rugg under it.. Good Layout” — bravemonk
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
Bay Point
Ideabooks1,612
Questions5
Trying to find electric fireplace for new house.
Can you tell me who made the electric fireplace? Thank you.
“Low Fireplace” — 2578brittany
jessop architects
Wood House
Ideabooks9,513
Questions7
Fireplace. See notes re: electric
electric fire place with tv
“hearth” — vivmayring
Esther Hershcovich
Julie Charbonneau: Montreal, QC
Ideabooks5,659
Questions11
system uses electricity. I have radiant heat in my bathroom floors. These systems are different from a wet system by the fact that there is a mat that is placed under the flooring instead of a grid of pipes. These mats have wires that run through them and are attached to the home’s electric system. The
“White epoxy cement floor” — jaeheemoon
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