25,390 Radiant Heating Home Design Photos

Reclaimed Space
La Aborleda
Ideabooks1,125
Questions1
add high mount wall a/c heat units in basement if necessary
cute kitchen and like the heat pump.. have one and love it!
mini split heat/air unit
Chandelier Heating/cooling system on wall
heat pump
“tin ceiling” — lindal219
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Country House 1
Ideabooks5,755
Questions4
I like the heating elements here
Heating ideas for outdoor area
Furniture, flooring, heat lamps
heat lamps ceiling
“Ceiling and general look” — collmanmts
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks1,779
Questions2
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
His second-floor studio contains a working table, bins for all his supplies, an industrial sink to clean tools, and a microwave and refrigerator to heat and cool things like waxes and oils.
“create a place that allows Lyke to create his art but not feel surrounded by it in a cluttered way.” — pierreerasmus
Johnston Architects
6 Reviews
Miners Refuge great room
Ideabooks2,448
Questions8
open bedroom to living and heat source
Interesting. Like how the sliding doors open up and close off the adjoining rooms. Good way to heat also
walled. Single-walled flues require a greater clearance to combustible construction, as they transfer a large amount of heat to the surrounding space. While that sounds great for room heating, it has definite trade-offs. When flue gases get too cold, the by-products of combustion condense on the inside wall
added layer of insulation results in a larger pipe diameter, but it also reduces the required clearance to combustibles, because it doesn’t radiate the heat of the flue gases. This aids in the draft of the flue, and the higher temperatures mean creosote is much less likely to form or become a problem.
“The ceiling in the living area is cedar 1 x 54 boards. The ceiling in the hall is pine AC plywood” — dkebwhite
Hammond Design
2 Reviews
Cape Cod Beach House Remodel
Ideabooks1,296
Questions2
during the day, reduce anything that generates heat in your house or apartment. For example, don’t use the dryer or oven and try not to open the fridge too often. The more you open it, the more the motor has to work to cool it down again, and the heat generated from that work will be released back into
during the day, reduce anything that generates heat in your house or apartment. For example, don’t use the dryer or oven and try not to open the fridge too often. The more you open it, the more the motor has to work to cool it down again, and the heat generated from that work will be released back into
“To help maintain those cooler temperatures during the day, reduce anything that generates heat in your house or apartment. For example, don’t use the dryer or oven and try not to open the fridge too often.” — Mariana PickeringEven if you are not able to turn off your air conditioner
“kitchen” — Jaclyn Frye Clarke
Carlos Delgado Architect
1 Review
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks695
Questions1
baseboard heating
Alternative heating system?
heating radiator and bookshelf
heat under window...baseboard heat
“Single hung mullions fixed” — whdigital
David Howell Design
2 Reviews
Hamptons House
Ideabooks1,737
Questions2
First time I have seen a heated towel rail in a bathroom...
Heated towel rail .... nice
Heated towel rack
“Banyo” — damlac
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Old World Made New
Ideabooks851
Questions0
Ginkgo Leaf StudioSaveEmail I can’t stress enough that the best way to beat the heat is to block the sunlight before it reaches your house. Whether you do that by hanging shades, installing awnings or even planting trees, the most effective use of the funds in your home-cooling budget
I can’t stress enough that the best way to beat the heat is to block the sunlight before it reaches your house. Whether you do that by hanging shades, installing awnings or even planting trees, the most effective
Ginkgo Leaf StudioSaveEmail I can’t stress enough that the best way to beat the heat is to block the sunlight before it reaches your house. Whether you do that by hanging shades, installing awnings or even planting trees, the most effective
“tree planting” — Chidiebere Ene
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