185,053 cooling systems Home Design Photos

Kasey Buick
1 Review
Lola B's
Cool use of an old cart as a side table.
help reduce the load on your heating and cooling systems.The U.S. Department of Energy says that storm windows don't add to the insulating properties of single-pane windows, but they do reduce the movement of air in and out, thus reducing heating and cooling costs.
“Table” — kirall
allee architecture + design, llc
Southern CT Beach Home
assessment, either on your own or with the help of a pro. This assessment will help locate air leaks and check ventilation, insulation, heating and cooling systems, appliances and more. Check out Energy.gov for more information on conducting your own home energy audit.
“Everything but the fan” — Callie Murphy
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
Now, this is one cool shelf system!
Now, this is one cool shelf system. Plumbing pipes come in many possible shapes, sizes and finishes. Such a system is easily customized, expanded or dissassembled. If it looks this
pipes are cool idea for bathroom shelves
“Shelves” — shamari
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Zero Energy House
residence in San Francisco that is completely self-powering and carbon neutral. The architecture has been developed in conjunction with the mechanical systems and landscape design, each influencing the other to arrive at an integrated solution. Working from the historic façade, the design preserves the t
one of these temperature systems in your floors or walls (yes, walls) With a radiant heating or cooling system, the goal is to make the temperature of a room more comfortable by changing the temperature of an entire surface. Most of the time we think of radiant heating systems, we think of them for floors
of heated floors and walls, with either water or smoke acting as the vehicle for transporting heat or coolness from room to room through hidden pipes. In the realm of modern technology, these systems have been improved and perfected so that there’s now a range of options.
“Glass” — rawbot
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
The Rockbank Wine Cellar
Sustainably harvested, natural Eastern Maple was chosen to match the wood throughout the Rockbank home. The cooling system is concealed behind these wine cellar cabinet doors. Through a unique design, cool air is delivered to the cellar from this cooler in such a way that you can't see where it's coming from
“racking” — rubberdarts
21 Reviews
"Forest Heights" Basement & Wine Storage Cellar
storage cellar into the corner of this basement keeps the owners collection close at hand. An exterior door seals the room that is cooled by an inwall wine cooling system, thick walls and added insulation.
glass door and in-wall cooling system create wine storage
storage cooling unit
In-wall wine cooling unit for
“Reading about the wine cellar idea.” — mghay1
Rollin Fox, Sleeping Grape Wine Cellars
7 Reviews
Heritage Wine Cellar
y harvested Canadian Eastern Maple was stained Dark Walnut. Despite it's heritage feel, concealed in the walls is a cutting edge, water-based cooling system which breathes through discreetly placed grills on the wall. The layout of the room was designed for plenty of display areas for both wine and
“Like this inside” — Robert Scharffer
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Papro Consulting - Wine Cellars
18 Reviews
Cable Wine System Wine Cellars by Papro Consulting
Cable Wine System Wine Cellars by Papro Consulting
parts, the Cable Wine System adds wow factor to any
cooling system...Cable Wine System
“cellar 3” — webuser_88056
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