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Liz Williams Interiors
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Show House- Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Christmas House 2008
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that in lined. The panels are just slightly pinched at each ring.
Lining. Add lining to the back side of your pleated drape in a white or off-white color so the windows look unified on the outside of your home. Use insulated lining or thermal lining to keep the warmth in.
“Like puddling look” — sacha07
Cyndi K.
muted colors, plantation shutters, mounted bedside lamps, relaxed, cozy
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Eclipse Thermal Lined Curtains in Wheat
-eclipse thermal lined curtains in wheat from target
“Floor and bed and shutters” — kleaphart
The Curtain Exchange of Nashville
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Blue linen curtain panels with thermal blackout lining
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panels with thermal blackout lining help make this high-rise livable during the day. Available through the Curtain Exchange of Nashville.
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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AR Design Studio Ltd
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Manor House Stables
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excellent thermal envelope won’t need radiant heating. It would be a cost with an extremely long payback period. Instead of whole-house radiant heating, perhaps consider localized systems in the bathrooms, just to have a nice warm spot for your feet when you step out of the shower. Anything beyond that may
a poor thermal envelope will lose heat at a rapid rate. To compensate you’ll have to keep your radiant heating up to a very high temperature, but you’ll often never reach a temperature high enough to make the system efficient or keep the ambient temperature at a comfortable level. High temperatures in
a poor thermal envelope will lose heat at a rapid rate. To compensate you’ll have to keep your radiant heating up to a very high temperature, but you’ll often never reach a temperature high enough to make the system efficient or keep the ambient temperature at a comfortable level. High temperatures in
“burnt cypress” — Deco Lav
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Porch
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torch (thermal as in heat) and the flakes fall away and the surface of the stone is left stipled - rough but even. No other finish is applied.
What is the "thermal finish" bluestone? Is there a particular coating or finish applied to the raw stone?
with thermal process that leaves surface slightly rough
torch (thermal as in heat) and the flakes fall away and the surface of the stone is left stipled - rough but even. No other finish is applied.
“Pillars” — Sarah Atseff
ALTUS Architecture + Design
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Farquar Lake Residence
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offers a line of stone in similar colors. Awesome room! http://www.houzz.com/photos/1063828/Realstone-Charcoal-Ledgestone-products http://www.houzz.com/photos/1063673/Realstone-Systems-Charcoal-Shadowstone-accessories-and-decor http://www.houzz.com/photos/1063667/Realstone-Systems-Cyan-Green-Shadowsto
with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped face stacked stone. They are both sourced from Diaz Stone and Pallet in Penn. The mantel is actually 3/8" thick steel plate with a black finish.
with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped face stacked stone. They are both sourced from Diaz Stone and Pallet in Penn. It's a great stone for a good price.
with a thermal finish. The upper portion is a thin veneer snapped face stacked stone. They are both sourced from Diaz Stone and Pallet in Penn. It's a great stone for a good price.
“fireplace idea” — pannemieke
Eggleston Farkas Architects
5 Reviews
Cavehill
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Milgard thermally broken with painted trim
Milgard thermally broken aluminum windows (and then trimmed out with black painted MDF): http://www.milgard.com/windows/aluminum-windows/thermally-improved/
Milgard thermally broken aluminum windows (and then trimmed out with black painted MDF):
like the use of lines here to define a space as lateral, horizontal etc.
“Milgard windows / La Cantina door” — dstrong
Jim Burton Architects
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Capitol Hill House Front
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too many lines with small siding size
solar thermal, it makes a lot of economic sense too." The passive house is the next wave here, he says. "There's a strong, growing P.H. community in the Northwest, and our climate really lends itself to this."
solar thermal, it makes a lot of economic sense too." The passive house is the next wave here, he says. "There's a strong, growing P.H. community in the Northwest, and our climate really lends itself to this."
“Lo cuadrado” — susana_za
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