24,618 Heat Home Design Photos

CUBIC Studios Limited
Portobello Road, Notting Hill
Wall heating...Skylights. Heating.
“this space looks sooo warm and comfy!!” — Nic Theriault
10% Off First Special Order
(703) 729-2625
Email Us
Mention you saw us on Houzz
Loudoun County Home Furnishings, Renovations & Interior Design Service
Olde Mill Furniture in Ashburn, VA offers custom design services as well as unique, high-end home furnishings, along with a diverse mix of accent pieces and accessories.
Twelve Stones Designs
13 Reviews
Sundown Pkwy
Open Heating and AC ventilation
Heating system
“Floor size and grain” — lhachtel
Tim Cuppett Architects
14 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Built in heated towel rack...slipper tub, heated towel bar
“Bathroom” — justinccc
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
most common types of glazing used with shed roofs. They make passive solar heating and daylighting strategies possible.
“love!!” — allykatcossey82
Bubbles Bathrooms
6 Reviews
Keyes St, Ashburton
no exception. However just to put your mind at ease, there is very little heat radiated from the side walls due to insulation and certainly insufficient
people would not have the draw open at the same time as the oven door, and heat rises so I personally do not see this as an issue and neither did the client
“Bottle tray” — Suzanne Allen
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
research first. We work with historic cast iron tubs which have superior heat retention but they are also very heavy, especially once loaded with water
behind a clawfoot. If you like long soaks, some clawfoots don't hold the heat and you spend so much time adding hot water to keep warm that it isn't relaxing
“Tub” — darcim66
Madson Design
9 Reviews
New kitchen
Since there was to be food prep on it, a heated mineral oil was used for the top, five coats. The bottom was sealed with
how was it finished? And, how is it with stains and heat resistance?
“living edge” — Dustin Stehr, CKD
McIntosh Poris Associates
6 Reviews
Humphrey House
Own that it's a basement. Exposed heat ducts!
Add in for basement heat?
“i like it” — ahunsick
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™