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Horse Country Home

Inspiration for a farmhouse utility room remodel in New York with a drop-in sink, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, tile countertops, white walls and a side-by-side washer/dryer —  Houzz
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quatorze wrote:Nov 28, 2012
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    The Outdoor Room, LLC

    Can you tell me more about the hexagon pavers, are they brick or tile? Were they original? Are they treated with a sealer?

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    Crisp Architects

    The whole home was a new construction, so the pavers were new for the space. Unfortunately though, this project was completed so long ago we do not have any record to what specific finish materials were used.

xlilsnoozex wrote:Aug 17, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    That is called novelty siding. It is common on farm buildings
  • lauraoliver

    I am having trouble finding novelty siding, Is it exterior siding that you have decided to use on the interior?

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Becky Harris added this to Double-Duty Savvy: 10 Supersmart Laundry Room CombosJul 29, 2013

1. Laundry room plus potting shed and flower arranging room. A utility sink in the laundry room means you can wash off muddy hands and even shoes before they enter the rest of the house. A counter means you have room to clip, pot, transplant, arrange and even overwinter in here. It's a potting shed–meets–florist shop. It's every cut-flower gardener's and dinner party host's dream. Also, note all of the space for storing gardening supplies, vases, Crocs and more.

Lisa Frederick added this to Get More From a Multipurpose Laundry RoomJun 20, 2013

Potting room. Take advantage of the plumbing lines in place and install a second sink for watering plants, washing empty containers and rinsing garden tools.

Laura Gaskill added this to Easy Green: 9 Low-Cost Ways to Insulate Windows and DoorsOct 30, 2012

8. Storm windows and doors. These are costlier than some of the other items on this list but could make the most difference. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, adding a storm window to an older window that has been weatherstripped provides the same or better energy savings as a new dual-pane window.Install new energy-efficient windows with the help of a pro

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kaleighclrk added this to KitchenAug 30, 2019

almost like a mudroom quiet and homey

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