28,928 Floor Heating System Home Design Photos

Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
1 Review
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also mean that certain functions can stand alone for reasons relating to needs (an apartment for a grandparent, for example) and energy (heating and cooling systems can be lowered in a living area at night, while during the day the bedrooms can do the same). That idea received much resistance from readers
The connection idea, could have pool and courtyard on either side use dbl sliders, keeps heat in used area etc
For current outdoor deck 2nd floor outdoor deck... Consider moving stairs and put open architectural glass walls to keep light coming in and maybe move hvac column as well
“Glass” — nikjane4
Zone 4 Architects, LLC
3 Reviews
Morningstar Residence
is stone, an old barn originally from 1748, but currently stud with sheetrock and insulated. I want to expose the wall but, even though forced-air heating is good, still concerned the rooms are going to be too cold in the harsh NY winters. Does anyone have any experience or comment on this?
is behind clouds (as it often was during my 22 years in the Midatlantic/New England region), mother nature will not provide much relief to your heating system.
“Bed foot board” — lacky_reverse
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
overlooking San Francisco Bay from the deck.
can you please give me glass system company info
Why do people post and not answer the question,who makes this system?
there, The manufacturer was Duratherm. The glass systems we used were custom made for this project. Feel free to contact them with your own projects specifications and I'm sure they would do the same for you! I hope that helps!
Hi there, This system was manufactured by Duratherm. Sorry about the
“railing” — BSRA
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Family Room
an speaker system for my home and would like more information on the product used in this home. Thank you.
The in-wall speakers and entire A/V system was specified and installed by the A/V consultant, Interior Technologies, Inc. They're based in El Segundo and should be able to answer your questions
Recess them. Let's not forget the speakers that are part of our audio visual systems. Recessing these items will keep them less obtrusive and less pimple like.
Recess the speakers for the theater system into the walls - no reason to have black pimple sticking out on the walls. Totally unnecessary.
dark grooves, make it look modern, not like flooring
Recess them. Let's not forget the speakers that are part of our audio visual systems. Recessing these items will keep them less obtrusive and less pimple like.
“X” — mamanmatteo
Meridith Baer Home
1 Review
1823 North Doheny Dr. Los Angeles, CA
Similar set up along back (art) and side (wine racking system). Think viewing room/wine as art. Modern.
Wine cellar glass door and rack system
Black racking system
Wine rack system...Racking system...wood flooring
“Bar pared” — popocate
Joshua Lawrence Studios INC
1 Review
Dwell on Despard
Yes it is the Ikea PAX system from what I can tell
closet - brown & concrete floor
Ikea Pax Closet System
What's the flooring?
IKEA Pax System...concrete floor
“Master Closet” — cmessen
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Studio and Office
offices and studio on our property create an amazing solution to working at home. Design by Melissa Schmitt. Concrete conference table was heated with radiant heat mat to heat the space. Studio bookshelves created from salvaged timbers and large threaded rod. Photos by: Adrian Gregorutti
bronze, the glass and weatherstripping can have a greater impact on the overall performance of the window. All windows and doors are rated with a solar heat gain co-efficient (SHGC) and U-factor, so you could check those requirements to meet your needs. You are welcome to view our ideabooks or product
Whereas traditional floor-to-ceiling windows don't open completely, the sectional door allows you this option.
“Glass panels” — lteall
Frank Shirley Architects
2 Reviews
Massachusetts Oceanfront Home - Family Room Window Seat
baseboard heat
heat vent issues...if there's heat?...Heating below seat
“Marvin windows” — scjrrodich
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