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Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
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The Master Bedroom has FSC reclaimed teak floors and new Milgard fiberglass windows. A quilt 'headboard' from the clients' collection of quilts can be easily changed to give an instant update to the room.
“headboard idea” — mom2eh
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks217
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Warm yellow low VOC paint and beautiful custom FSC certified, formaldehyde-free maple cabinets made by Westwood Design in San Jose. The countertop is a combination of Vulcanite (lava stone with ceramic glaze) and butcher block.
“formaldehyde free cabinets and low VOC paint” — kelbecmad
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks727
Questions2
Floating glass shelves separate the Kitchen and Living Room. The counters are Vulcanite from Fireclay Tile in San Jose. Vulcanite is lava stone with a durable ceramic glaze.
“Glass Shelving” — Wendy Price
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks221
Questions1
By removing two walls, the Kitchen was opened to the Living and Dining Rooms. There are now views from every direction and the entire upper level of the home is filled with light. Energy efficient electric range, custom maple cabinets, and mirrored architectural glass at the back of the range are both functional and beautiful.
“Kitchen” — Debra McRaven
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks114
Questions0
The new honed slate fireplace surround replaced floor to ceiling beige bricks. The glass mantle continues the architectural glass theme throughout the home. Handmade Caribbean blue tile from Fireclay Tile in San Jose is used as an accent here and in the Kitchen backsplash.
“glass mantle” — laclifner
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks172
Questions0
With the new open floor plan, the Living Room is filled with daylight. The flooring is FSC reclaimed teak from TerraMai. Even the furniture was chosen for it's sustainable characteristics. Low VOC paints were used throughout the home.
“Reclaimed teak flooring” — Kim Peterson
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks284
Questions2
Because this client collects glass sculpture, we chose to use architectural glass throughout the home, both to display the sculpture and for its light enhancing effect. Glass is used for floating shelves, stair railings, & the fireplace mantle. All new entry doors have the same architectural glass as the railings, as do some windows.
“Open to front wall” — whitenaf
Susan M. Davis
Whole House Green
Ideabooks1,798
Questions2
Once narrow & dark, the Entry now welcomes you into a light-filled open floor plan. The glass stair railing allows light to bathe the entry and creates a welcoming sparkle. A comprehensive Feng-Shui analysis and recommendation was done in the beginning of the Design Process.
“Open stairway and railings” — Chris Correia
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