25,476 heat Home Design Photos

Four Corners Construction, L.P.
STonehedge Exteriors
pure copper panels on all sides of the fireplace and entry, contact cemented to the substrate. The color is ferric nitrate acid applied with gentle heat and sealed with carnauba floor wax. Architectural copper for internal use should be patinated and sealed to capture a desired color before the un-sealed
“Take the stone up to the ceiling” — Salima Valji
Gary Gladwish Architecture
6 Reviews
Eagle Ridge
All of the floors are concrete with a light acid finish and integrated radiant hydronic heating.
“very cool open walls/windows” — gabbin8r
KSID Studio, LLC
Suburban meets urban
It is not a Tilikivi fireplace it was custom, but it is made of soapstone so it can tolerate heat.
“table” — IG Furniture LLC
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Residence Front Exterior
This home is 6,093 total heated square feet.
“Exterior with wing wall to create car court yard and front entry.” — missflomike
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Silverock Cove
loft in my new home, I want it half wall but other half windows to let in light, windows that I can open when in use but close when I don't want to heat and air condition the space, it is a guest area. Can you help? What kind of company should I call? Are they standard or custom, HELP :)
“Shutters to loft” — djwilly
Mick Hales
Staying Put by Duo Dickinson
Where are the heat ducts?
“Windows” — joditirro
Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
Are the floors heated?
“lighting over island” — pghtwin
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Diversey Color bound
Coleus are created equal ... most will burn out if in full sun.. but in this case I used Henna Coleus as they are know for being able to take the heavy heat and direct sunlight.
“Patio” — Olga Leibenko George
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