re:FORM joined creative forces with noted Atlanta architect Eugene Surber to design this new family second home perched high on a hilltop near Elijay, Georgia. The homeowners opted to use the Earthcraft Home criteria (such as installing geothermal HVAC, foam insulation, a tightly insulated building envelope, etc.) to make their home environmentally friendly. The construction has been completed by Decatur-based John Wesley Hammer Construction Company.
EarthCraft House Program: In 1999, the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association and Southface launched EarthCraft House, a residential green building program designed to address the climate conditions of the Southeast. A blueprint for creating and maintaining energy- and resource-efficient living environments, the EarthCraft House program is intended for single-family detached homes, townhomes and duplexes.
10 Decorating Ideas for Renters: #1 Use accessories and fabrics to fill a room with your personal taste and liven up a dull space. For more great ideas, go to http://decoratingfiles.com/2012/08/10-decorating-ideas-renters/#
North Rampart Street - French Quarter This classic two-story Victorian home with attached Servant Quarters wing was originally constructed in 1905. We completed a full renovation with updated finishes and fixtures in 2006. The house currently serves as a Bed-and-Breakfast with 7 guest rooms, a formal parlor, kitchen, dining area and landscaped courtyard.