HGTV Green Home 2008: Sunlit Living Room and Screened Porch

For the main living area at HGTV's 2008 Green Home, interior designer Linda Woodrum combined eco-friendly materials, earth tones and an open design that makes the most of the panoramic outdoor views.

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