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My Houzz: Santa Cruz
AFTER: Morgan and the Coopers set a budget of $60,000 for the kitchen, living room and dining room renovation, and with some creativity and resourcefulness, came in just under budget at $54,000.The homeowners saved most of the old oak flooring for a future cabin floor. “We tried to use as much of the
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Stand-alone library at Green Bend Farm
ity; the materials from this building would have ended up in a landfill if Joseph hadn't moved it to the property," says Patricia. "He was very resourceful and really had a unique way of thinking for his time."
The extensive park system and natural resources around the area inspire active lifestyles. "Perhaps the most striking way this shows up in design is the Chain of Lakes in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Laid out by Horace Cleveland, noted landscape architect, it is a system of parks and parkways developed
Keegan great room
Keegans like to shop for their home everywhere they travel, seeking out unusual antiques stores or boutiques. Locally, Appletree Auction is a huge resource. Other favorite sources for their finds are ABC Carpet & Home in New York and Ikea.
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10. A smartly designed home is respectful of the planet we all share, saving its owners money while conserving resources. See more of this passive-solar home design.More: High Style in 800 Square Feet
Colleen Smith Designs
redwood dining table and benches
ethically and sustainably. “This is incredibly important not only to most of my customers,” says Smith, “but for the longevity of the business and resources in the industry.”This redwood table and benches, responsibly sourced and crafted by Smith, were commissioned for poolside picnics at a vineyard in
Designed for Habitat
fourth ecoMOD project, which is UVA's initiative to utilize advanced construction techniques and technologies to create houses that gobble up fewer resources in both construction and operation. The projects involve both architecture and engineering students.