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Small Wonder

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

May 14, 2014 12:47:00 PM

Photos by Neil Kelly

NEIL KELLY DESIGNER Michael Mahoney had his work cut out for him with this Bend, Oregon bath remodel.

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Topics: bathroom, Residential Retrofit, salvaged materials, Oregon, Recycled Products

Serene Green in a Hurry

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

May 14, 2014 12:22:00 PM

Photos by Twist Tours

FOR THIS PROJECT, Austin interior designer Robin Colton envisioned literally bringing the outdoors in. Creative custom touches and organic materials combine to create a serene, spa-like environment.

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Topics: bathroom, water saving, Residential Retrofit, Texas

En Suite Bungalow Bath

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

May 13, 2014 7:06:00 PM

THE ORIGINAL HOUSE had no bathtub and no closets. However, it did have a full set of stairs leading up to an attic, which Bennett re-designed as a second-floor addition with luxurious green bath.

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Topics: graywater, bathroom, LEED, natural daylighting, water saving, Residential Retrofit, LED Lighting, Texas, dual-flush toilets

California Dream

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

May 12, 2014 6:46:00 PM

EVERY REMODELING CUSTOMER'S nightmare is having a room or part of the house out of commission. Between product delays and issues with coordinating subcontractors, that time is often protracted. Bath Simple takes away all the frustration, says founder John Crowley. Based in Richmond, California, Bath Simple uses one-stop shopping to streamline the remodeling process for customers all along the West Coast.
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Topics: bathroom, Low Flow Faucets, energy efficient windows, Residential Retrofit, dual-flush toilets

Subtle Masterpiece

Posted by Cati O'Keefe

Dec 1, 2013 5:18:00 PM

2013 Green Home of the Year Awards 
Grand Overall Winner - Santa Ynez, Calif.

This home's smart, low-tech approach to efficiency took home the gold.

SIMPLICITY WON OVER the judges to make Dreamtime Farm, Santa Ynez, Calif., this year’s Grand Overall  Green Home of the Year Award Winner. Architect and judge Hank Krzysik called the home “simple, clean, energy-efficient.” Builder and judge Michael Ginsburg said the home was “simple, straightforward and understandable.” Judge and energy expert Robert Bulechek lauded its features: “net-zero, graywater with solar hydronic.”

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Topics: net-zero energy, California, bathroom, 1600 to 2500 square feet, Green Landscaping, kitchen, passive solar, solar hot water, straw bale, outdoor living, Chain of Custody Certification, EPA Burn Wise, natural ventilation, natural daylighting, AquaPEX, FSC Certified Lumber, LED Lighting, 2013 Green Home of the Year Awards, Recycled Products


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