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Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Living room
What colour/finish is the vertical radiator? gunmetal or silver?
tv room with vertical radiator panels
Vertical Radiator Steel finish
Living room radiator
The radiator is gunmetal.
Radiator on wall...design radiator...Optimise Design
“Living shelves” — Oana Hutchinson
Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
Eisner Design
built in radiator cover and shelving - for living room?
If I had a radiator - I'd have this type of cover!
3. Architectural beauty. Another wonderful example of a built-in radiator cover that includes shelving, this one blends seamlessly with the other architectural features of the space. The clean lines and smooth surface provide the perfect spot for displaying art and treasures.
“radiator covered by bookshelf” — shilowilo
Nadia Watts Interior Design
3 Reviews
Where can i find metal for the front of a radiator ?
If you would like to check out some nice custom radiator covers try here: http://www.customradiatorcovers.com/
also like the design of this radiator cover
nice design...clean...basic but enough trim not to look cheap
hide radiator and put window seat on top
Good coverage of the radiator plus shelf on top
Hide it. A basic radiator cover is a simple way to hide an unsightly radiator and transform it into a functional piece of furniture. These setups can be purchased online, but they're also relatively easy and inexpensive to make.
“Radiator cover” — kwch
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Tuell and Reynolds
"We have enjoyed a rewarding collaboration with Jay Jeffers Design for many years. Here are a few shots of custom work from one of their fabulous projects on which we worked with Kelly Hola. Please check out Jay's new book "Collected Cool" published by Rizzoli.
or central heat. There would have been a fireplace in nearly every room, and it was designed to radiate heat. The glow of the flames were amplified on the brass of the andirons.”This modern home by Jay Jeffers Design Group with decorative pieces by Tuell and Reynolds shows how a fully outfitted fireplace
“i like the fire place and stools in front of it and the ceiling” — dreamlife
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Family Room
radiator cover with bench cushion on top.
the bench idea for radiators covers.
In this room, the designer found a low bench that fit perfectly over the radiator under the window. This is easier than creating a new, built-in bench. Just make sure that the front of the bench is open so the heat can radiate out of the space. Another option for radiators near windows is to use
trayscape. This designer has even thrown some horns into the mix.
Add a window seat. Generally speaking, you wouldn't otherwise back seating right up to the edge of the window; you can incorporate the seat into the rest of the room. Bonus: Underneath, you might be covering up a radiator or adding storage
use long curtains that cover the space where the radiator is. Make sure you pull back the curtains when the radiator is on, or install the curtains so that they extend several inches away from the radiator.
“Wallpaper” — shannonrfox
2 Reviews
Steve Dempsey
I'd like to get a tall radiator like the one in this kitchen. Are they available in the US? Thanks much.
Thanks much, Erin, In the meantime since I posted the question, i found and ordered a tall radiator from a UK distributor: Hudson Reed - and looks great. I'm looking forward to cold weather to see how well it heats up the space.
!!!Hudson reed radiators- from the UK!!!
“Radiator” — pauladprice
Gary McBournie Inc.
City Apartment
I kind of like it. But I wonder if it would come out right if not done by a designer!
its few other charms were hidden under layers of “improvements.” McBournie stripped these away, then added new baseboards, parquet flooring and designer radiator covers, to give the space the character of a prewar apartment. The walls were refreshed with a skim coat of plaster to smooth out the surface
first time McBournie visited it with his husband, Bill Richards, the chief marketing officer at their interior design company, Gary McBournie Inc. “It was very dreary, very tired,” the designer recalls. “There was almost nothing to like about the space itself, except it had a beautiful view and a beautiful
“art wall” — csgs
Jill Asher
Pictures from my parents home - remodel
This fountain is perfect in the center of the courtyard. Everything else in the design radiates out from it.
“Water fountain and big bushes” — karina63
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