Handcrafted Sustainable Straw Bale mediterranean-bedroom
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Handcrafted Sustainable Straw Bale Mediterranean Bedroom, San Luis Obispo

Catherine Wanek
Design ideas for a mediterranean bedroom in San Luis Obispo. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Liz Durnan added this to 11 Reasons to Live in a House of Straw
1. It’s warmOn a freezing cold day, you can stay warm and toasty in your strawbale home. An average strawbale has a high ‘R-value’ and this increases according to the thickness of the bale – which means it has high insulation properties. Compared to conventional building material, “it provides the highest insulation value, but also the thickest wall,” says Six B Design architect Jamie Brennan, who has designed a number of houses that use strawbales.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Sandra Ashmore added this to Straw Bale Home
I would definitely be comfy in a bedroom like this.
catherinepc added this to Sustainable Building Materials
3. Straw Bale and Clay Plaster Walls - if I had the land to build a house, this would interest me.
erikashipcott added this to Plaster/Drywall
The clay drywall for this room looks nice and southern and not in a bad way.

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