458 summer energy saving tips Home Design Photos

Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
NowHouse
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adjacent--great for projects even in bad weather, plus keeps cooler in summer because of shade. lots of indirect light ideal
Durable when sealed properly• Easy to clean and maintain• Ecofriendly and energy saving• Many design optionsCons:• Needs resealing occasionally to prevent staining•
The installation process is more expensive, but overall it can offset energy costs. Concrete is porous, so protecting it with sealant is critical. The
“ceiling” — maxpooka
Stout Design-Build
Hardscape
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Questions3
products from plants to patios, and with the implementation of water and energy conservation. We also renovate homes and offer them up for sale, providing
products from plants to patios, and with the implementation of water and energy conservation. We also renovate homes and offer them up for sale, providing
groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best friend. Not only do they help retain moisture in the soil
“Lambs ears border” — jjdiego
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Chalk Hill Off-Grid Cabin
Ideabooks11,018
Questions6
Barn door as end of summer lock up
Off the grid home with great energy-saving and environmentally
Small energy
“Roastery” — rochellefair
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Modern Revival
Ideabooks6,090
Questions4
with gravel form the floor of this entry garden. There's a lot of dynamic energy in this space, as repeating bands of different textures (smooth concrete
Succulents, so pretty but not in winter. Great design, but hardscape hot in summer
with gravel form the floor of this entry garden. There's a lot of dynamic energy in this space, as repeating bands of different textures (smooth concrete
plants or those compatible with your region’s climate and soil, and you’ll save on fertilizer, herbicides and other items as well.
“Both lines” — lfranzia
ABRAMS
American Modern Thomas O'Brien
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Energy saving room. Got a lot of light ventilation from outside.
to introduce fewer overall shapes, which enhanced the scale of the room. Tip: In small spaces, be rigorous about selecting furniture. For each decision
“table like this to left of front entrance” — rebshulman
Prestige Custom Building & Construction, Inc.
Kitchen
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, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient appliance. This particular model has been installed flush with
Tips for gas stove top
“i like this” — kambora
Leonard Grant Architecture
Mesa View Residence, Arroyo Grande
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placed white towel by the tub oozes luxury and decadence in the home.Tip: Save energy and hang your towels on a clothesline. The sun will keep them crisp
“tile” — joacannon
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here is another wall of books that integrates larger
large in scale, hung on a cream wall comes in. Obviously, the art adds some energy to the space; however, this also works as a building block for slowly working
supplies; this makes sense, as his mom is a skilled visual artist. Design tip from Mom: Creating a lively, lived-in household is more important than achieving
“Desk” — alison789
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