24,540 Radiant Heating Home Design Photos

14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
oh thats areally good point about travertine.The lightness makes it reflect heat?
Travertine doesn't get hot like granite or bluestone, because it doesn't have any metals in it. That is what wicks the heat from the sun. Maybe a sandstone/flagstone, like "Tennessee Crab Orchard" is a good way to go. It comes in brown and gray tones (marbleized), also irregular
“Pool” — yuskop
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Shane D. Inman
6 Reviews
21st Century Bungalow
I like the idea of using a table for the vanity. I have a heat register near my sink and I think that would work nice so I can have heat in my bathroom. Would it work ok with 1 sink.
“Vanity and double sinks” — colinloganabby123
Horst Architects
4 Reviews
see heating at the ceiling , dimensions!!
heat options..look at ceiling
“Linear firebox no logs, tile/stone surround” — rturnan5
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Winchester Kitchen
Stainless steel is a counter option worth considering, as it's nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. It is also more affordable than most stone counters.
Bright clean modern simple clutter free nice work tops, but cutting on these will scratch, heat ? Not too clinical and starchy with wood floor
“stainless countertop” — meilihan
Kevin Vallely Design
8 Reviews
Tempe Crescent
northern climates a south-facing skylight can help to passively heat a home in the winter. In southern climates a south-facing skylight can introduce extreme cooling loads.West. Similar to the south-facing skylight in intensity and heat gain, but the timing shifts toward the late afternoon.Particularly
“Design” — niloo12
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tineke triggs
Discuss this with your architect so that a detail drawing shows the contractor how the heating element is integrated with the window seat millwork. This also needs to be coordinated with the heat source type (hot air, piped steam, water, electric?) to maintain minimum clearances. Best to not
“Shelving” — zljosic
Exquisite Kitchen Design
11 Reviews
Cherry Hills Remodel
Screening great for allowing any heat generated by electronic equipment to escape rather than build up in a cupboard.
for it. The distance away from the fireplace opening, whether or not there is a mantel shelf between the fireplace and the TV to deflect the rising heat, and what type of fireplace it is (gas vs. wood, vented vs. unvented, etc.) all make a difference in how hot it gets up there. At least half of the
“i like this fireplace surround” — atlpc13
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
mill valley
Can you tell me where the heat vents are in a bed like this? Do they come below the window?
Heat vents
“Sleeping nook” — alenkw22
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