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Desert Landscape Desgin
outdoor heating, firepits, heat lamps, blankets.
making the backrest high enough for regular chair covers to fit in!
fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living. Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat from the sun when cool, but filter the sun
fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani."Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
for the backrest and the height is 22". The seat is set at 18" to the top of the cushion, which we assumed was 2" thick.
like the backrest for the bench instead of just windows
Angled backrest is 7 degrees.
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
possibly a backrest. I may just do pillows for the back. Any suggestions on someone to make the cushions would be helpful. Thanks.
shorter back-rest. can put arms on it.
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Laura Redd Interiors
New Living Room
banq with heat reg at bottom
Bench with heat register
groove on backrest
Port Credit Townhome
lights and heated backrest.
combat the heat and humidity of New York summers, Garneau installed an energy-efficient ceiling fan.Green area rug: ABC Carpet & Home
York Living Room
SEAT WITH HEATING ELEMENT
Backrest on bench
Up the Heat in Your BedroomThe bed. Next to decluttering, the bed is the most important part of a romantic bedroom. “You want softness but also some hardness in the pillows and different textures that evoke different feelings when you come into the room," Michael says. If possible, avoid memory foam