23,102 heat Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Ideabooks3,542
Questions5
How often you have to refill depends on the dryness of the air, the heat, and the frequency of rainfall. You can always test this for your location with a plain bowl.
“Chicks and Hens ground cover” — Ellen Miller
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Hammett
Ideabooks6,533
Questions9
What BM paint did you use? Is there something specific to use that withstands the heat? Thank you!
“Painted Fireplace” — laliec
Dzignit, Patrice Greene
5 Reviews
DzignIT, Patrice Greene
Ideabooks4,712
Questions9
More importantly, choose your fixture carefully. If it creates too much heat, it will crack the mirror......
“Tower. & counter” — svietti
B Fein Interiors LLC
20 Reviews
Who Says the Suburbs Aren't Glamorous?!
Ideabooks6,911
Questions11
with a contrasting 1/4" cord - also from Pindler & Pindler. The window glass has been treated to protect the interior and to cut down on glare and heat.
“Love the bookcases on each side of the fireplace” — cgpawlowski
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Seligman
Ideabooks5,879
Questions5
Alan is correct. The shelf is not heated but a wood shelf like the rest. I had this designed for the bathroom. The sun is just hitting it in an intriguing way.
“Tub” — admingirl14
Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
25 Reviews
Milton
Ideabooks13,932
Questions16
Yes the fireplace can be lower and you could add a TV above it. But you have to be very careful as to the heat from the fireplace and the type of TV you purchase, they all vary and it could be very damaging to the TV.
“Lies” — jamesenlies
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks1,848
Questions3
look, we usually run cement board up to the stops on the fireplace and skim coat the whole thing. It's a little tricky to avoid cracking, because the heating and cooling of the wall creates a good amount of expansion and contraction. If you are careful about where you place joints, most problems can be avoided
“Long skinny table behind couch” — sweetgerkin34
Christine G. H. Franck, Inc.
Chadsworth Cottage Master Bathroom
Ideabooks3,061
Questions5
insulated to reduce condensation. So, yes, condensation on pipes can be a problem, but this is more the case in non-conditioned spaces or in places of high heat and humidity. I don't know your situation, so I would discuss it with your contractor. As far as how long Waterlox lasts, all wood floor finishes need
“Floor” — ggardnerjones
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