Monday, June 27, 2011


It’s easy being green

Sorry Kermit.  

Mr. Kermit the Frog

 Using eco-friendly products and recycling items from home is SUPER easy. 

** could make your project less expensive.

You may remember during our Kitchen Reveal when I showed how we recycled our kitchen cabinets. 

(It's still hard to believe they are the same doors!)

It has inspired me to look around at other ways to be green.   

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Look at all these great Eco-friendly ideas!

I am loving the bamboo and the skylights. 

Recycled tile in a beautiful blue.

Lovely clerestory windows allow this house to be cool without air conditioning. 
What's a clerestory window?
Pronounced....CLEAR STORY...
A clerestory is a high wall with a band of narrow windows along the very top. The clerestory wall usually rises above adjoining roofs.

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How in love are you with this surfboard island?

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Beautiful vintage doors help to create a seperate pantry area.

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Eco-friendly corrugated siding.  Awesome. 

Recycled shutters.  *swoon*.
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I must have this door!  E-N-V-Y!  Yes, I feel it.  This beautiful door was found in a salvage yard. 
*Note to self:  Visit more salvage yards.   


Check out this untreated wood ceiling. 
Simply stunning. 

Looking into living more green and eco-friendly,

1 comment:

  1. OMG, the surf board island is so cool! I am now your newest follower. Hope you get a chance to follow me too!

    ciao from Newport Beach