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Drury Design
17 Reviews
Well-dressed Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks140K
Questions176
I have about 100 sq. ft. of counter space. I've searched on line and can't find a lot of info about honed snow white granite. I live in northern NJ, do you have any recommendations on where I can find it? Thanks so much!! I'm completely in love with this granite
This looks like Snow White Granite. I love how the designer paired it with white cabinets. It looks lovely!
The granite color is Snow White.
honed. The granite color is Snow White.
It is called Snow White and the material is honed granite.
It is honed Snow White granite.
It is honed "Snow White" granite.
While this stone is called Snow White and is honed, granite
honed snow white granite counter top
“The design on the cabinets” — alexapadgett15
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks649
Questions2
How does the roof cope with the snow load? In my mind, flat roofs and a lot of snow are not a good combination.
The roofs on this particular house were engineered above and beyond the calculated snow load for the area. With flat roofs water shed is also a main concern, and needs to be designed accordingly to ensure the roof will not leak.
flat rooves don't spoil the view in mountain/snow country. and snow is a good insulator so the insulation R-value goes up the more snow there is.
structural framing required to support snow loads on flat roofs in my area coincides nicely with the amount of insulation I’m required to provide anyhow. So a 12-inch framing depth allows room for the right amount of insulation in the cavity. And whenever it snows, the flat roof supports an additional
“Serenity So beautiful” — Sylvia Oss
Kim Liggins
West Seattle cottage
Ideabooks17,520
Questions15
having a clear cover over the pergola. The concern I have from talking to a professional is the problem of snow load. Is the pergola strong enough to support the snow load during heavy snow? Is the cover removable? Also, how do you clean the cover and keep the leaves and debris off the clear covers
Can the plastic cover withstand snow loads?
is your climate include snow conditions? george in toronto, i need to have something that allows snow load and still be clear? is there something out there that works?
would prefer to have a fairly small pitch from a design standpoint but we understand that with snow and water drainage there is a certain minimum probably required. We would be able to have access to pulling snow off the roof if it was too deep.
“Roof of patio” — highlandeb
BAAN design
Murto residence
Ideabooks1,679
Questions4
Black Nordic house in the snow
beauty, beauty snow gathered round the modern home
Carl colours look wonderful in the snow
something like this in a snow-free zone
And black stands out against the snow
A black house looks especially incredible in the snow. Quite serene and Nordic.More: Tour a black modern makeover in ArizonaShou-Sogi-Ban is Setting the Siding World on FireWhat Color to Paint Your Front Door
“Dark exterior” — Linda Nova
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Vermont Lake House
Ideabooks426
Questions1
Copper snow belt along edge of roof
red cedar shingles, copper snow belt along roofline
the copper snow belt on the roof - love the accent, but don't need a snow guard in
shingles and a copper snow belt along the roof
Cedar shingles and copper snow belt
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo Red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roofline are the home’s primary exterior materials
Red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roofline
Red cedar shingles and a copper snow belt along the roofline are the home’s primary exterior materials.
“Idea” — judibarley
Clawson Architects, LLC
26 Reviews
Clawson Architects Projects
Ideabooks68,825
Questions82
consider the 4x8" for $8.00SF on the shower wall: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama4x8.html Or consider a 12x24" larger format tile for the shower wall for just $9.95SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama12x24honed.html Finally the last image shows all the Hexagon formats we sell in this whiter Carrara
The look of this bathroom with the whiter base is the exact look the Carrara Venato Collection aims for. Pictures attached. The first two pictures are of 2x2" Hexagon Honed. $11.75SF: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/venatohexhon2.html (but also available in polished)
Interiors Look them up at://cmiinteriorsinc.com/products/woven-woods-grass-weaves/ Also, very similar, but more expensive shades are Conrad Shades Snow White Mo4c.
“linen closet” — keherin
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
Light Farm-Kitchen
Ideabooks16,820
Questions11
This hood has a remote blower mounted on the roof.
This is a custom hood with an insert and remote blower mounted on roof. Any good carpenter could build this. It is a wood frame around the insert hood and tongue and groove vertical boards with an old
I love the hood/vent/blower--what brand and where can I get? THank you!
fan itself is an insert by Broan with a roof-mounted remote blower. The enclosure was custom built with old beadboard paneling and antique wood beams. This power pack has been combined with an external or remote blower. The external blower isn't visible here, which is a beautiful solution with the simple
fan itself is an insert by Broan with a roof-mounted remote blower. The enclosure was custom built with old beadboard paneling and antique wood beams."
“Hood” — jaldesignbuild
Peace Design
Exterior
Ideabooks10,213
Questions4
home a complete custom design or is it based off of a design previously used by the contractors? Luke | http://www.harrisonloghomes.com/ourloghomes.html
the snow, the log home, the land
My dream home in the snow along with backdrop of trees, so,beautiful
I could handle being snowed in here
Yes! snow! woods! cabin! Yes!
either design it to hold snow or to shed snow. Pretty simple concept but there is more to it. Take a look at this chalet – it has a highly complex roof form designed generally with a steep enough pitch to shed snow. With complex roofs, you need to watch out for areas that will trap snow and lead to excessive
“exterior” — mrkfried
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