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London Audio Ltd
Home of the Year Award winner
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the framing of the wall. The unit cools and controls humidity in the cellar, while exhausting heat into the exhaust room that I mentioned before. The exhaust room has to be large enough to absorb this heat.
style of lighting you choose is paramount. Normal incandescents and halogen bulbs emit a lot of heat — way too much for a cellar. There are many incredible LED lighting options, which emit virtually no heat. Track lights, puck lights and LED strip lights can all light a space in interesting ways and
“Everything” — deliaemeid
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Back yard patio, deck and gardens
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fill in with a free-form design or large containers. Most herbs are quick-growing annuals that love the sun and heat. They’re also generally drought tolerant, which means less watering in the heat of summer.
fill in with a free-form design or large containers. Most herbs are quick-growing annuals that love the sun and heat. They’re also generally drought tolerant, which means less watering in the heat of summer. Learn more about starting an herb garden
“Herbs” — dmjohnson007
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Nightscape
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Good idea on the heat lamps and water fall
Over head heats extend the season to use the porch
Ssp heat lamps...heat lamps
“Water feature at entry” — ermgha3
Superior Woodcraft, Inc.
21 Reviews
Cheerful Formality
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actually, it's a furnace. Developed in England and made for cooking and for heating stone houses, these models are constantly creating heat and have no controls. You will need to know when to push your pots to the right parts of the heated surface, and which of the three or more ovens do what.The units are fired
special cookware. In my experience this is only a worthy investment for a very dedicated cook. You have to keep in mind that there will be constant heat emanating from the appliance, which might make it unpleasant to be around it in hotter climates or simply throughout the summer months. I have heard
“AGA” — marlenegrieser
Traditional Kitchen
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I agree with molliemartian. While attractive, this is a very undesirable place to store wine. Heat rises so upper cabinet storage of temperature sensitive wine is a bad idea. Throw in the heat generating fridge below that and you have a double dose of wine killing temps. No matter the storage
built in the 1800s and this was the only space available for the wine. With today's modern refrigerators, we find they don't produce nearly as much heat as the old versions did. Not saying it is "ideal" by any means, but sometimes you have to work with the space you have.
“wine rack” — susanwj44
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Hollywood Regency, Montecito
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gray colors and heated towel rack
Check out heated towel rack.
heated towel rail...Towel heat rail
“Grey drapes on window above tub” — Ash Velez
Reclaimed Space
La Aborleda
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add high mount wall a/c heat units in basement if necessary
mini split heat/air unit
Chandelier Heating/cooling system on wall
heat pump
“tin ceiling; might add tin to island?” — ltreagan
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Hasserton
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This is a three season porch, the screens are retractable for the summer months. They are not used for heating, however, the floors are heated to add additional warmth.
Heated floor?...with heated floors
“Phantom screens are retractable” — jkf720170
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