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Mapleton Guest HouseTransitional Living Room, Denver

Daniel O'Connor

Inspiration for a transitional living room remodel in Denver with blue walls —  Houzz
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none wrote:September 4, 2016
  • melissa1710

    That's beetle kill pine, it's a sustainable wood option that's harvested from pine trees here in Colorado and surrounding states where the mountain pine beetle has infected the tree (the blue stain is a byproduct of the infection).

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              lolalina
              Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Reasons to Love a Not-Big HouseAugust 23, 2016

              9. A small home is easier on the environment. By using less water, power and other resources, a smaller home also has a smaller environmental footprint. Take that a few steps further by adding features like energy-efficient appliances, solar panels, rain barrels and a compost bin for the garden.

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