6,560 Radiant Heating Bath Design Photos

Studio Momentum Architects, PC
5 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks3,935
Questions7
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chills. There's no getting around it — open showers can be drafty, especially in the winter months. Installing a heat lamp and radiant heat bathroom flooring can offset the shivers. Mount a heated towel rack nearby, and you'll be extra toasty as you dry off
chills. There's no getting around it — open showers can be drafty, especially in the winter months. Installing a heat lamp and radiant heat bathroom flooring can offset the shivers. Mount a heated towel rack nearby, and you'll be extra toasty as you dry off.
There's no getting around it — open showers can be drafty, especially in the winter months. Installing a heat lamp and radiant heat bathroom flooring can offset the shivers. Mount a heated towel rack nearby, and you'll be extra toasty as you dry off.
“open shower” — Angie Zanetis
Sustainable Design Group
7 Reviews
Bethesda Earth Home
Ideabooks654
Questions1
becomes a thermal battery, allowing winter sun to heat the blocks during the day and release that heat at night. The house was built with only non toxic or natural materials. Heat and hot water are provided by a 94% efficient gas boiler which warms the radiant floor. A new wood fireplace is an 80% efficient
Add heated floors for cold winter mornings
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Consider heated floors. One of the most luxurious things
Consider heated floors. One of the most luxurious things you can do to make your bathroom toasty in chilly weather is invest in radiant-heat flooring. If you are planning any renovations, learn more about what this entails and
Consider heated floors. One of the most luxurious things you can do to make your bathroom toasty in chilly weather is invest in radiant-heat flooring. If you are planning any renovations, learn more about what this entails and what the payoffs are.If you don't have room in the budget for such a large
“Heated floor (geothermal)” — preranadubal
Megan Meyers Interiors
5 Reviews
Spa Master Bath Retreat
Ideabooks1,785
Questions4
Can you tell me the manufacturer for the baseboard heating system?
heated floors, bathtub, window, curtains, floors moulding
Add to that the fact that you won’t need to blast your entire house in heat just to warm the bathroom. By limiting the heat to a single bathroom, you'll save on utility costs.
AFTER: A full gut renovation by designer Megan Meyers included adding radiant heat floors, a baseboard heating system, a heated European towel bar, a volcanic limestone bathtub and a more energy-efficient window to help hold in the heat.
“Years ago radiant heated flooring was considered a luxury," Ortega says. Now, given the competition between manufacturers, prices have dropped substantially, he says.Add to that the fact that you won’t need to blast your entire house in heat just to warm the bathroom. By limiting the heat to a single
“Floor” — lpfinn
Décoration et provence
Original Bathroom
Ideabooks2,473
Questions2
Floor materials. Electric radiant heated systems are best covered by ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles, which are excellent temperature conductors. Wood doesn't respond as quickly to temperature changes
Ceramic floor covers for heated floors also tiles
bathroom, you can put in floor heating. Some manufacturers have heat mats that can be stapled onto the subfloor or up between the joists.More: Floors Warm Up to Radiant HeatYour turn: Share your best bathroom design tip below!
Floor materials. Electric radiant heated systems are best covered by ceramic
Floor heating is a popular and energy efficient way to warm bathrooms. This heating method provides an even temperature throughout the room and offers programmable thermostats. Reducing the air flow from the outside is perfect for people with allergies. Tip: Even if you're not renovating or building
“heated flooring? then can create a carpet with tile,” — teresakrupa
Jason Snyder
Lipkind House
Ideabooks106
Questions0
W. Starz restored the wood, and Concrete Zen of Pittsburgh repaired and matched a section of the red tile floors when there was a leak in the radiant-heating pipe.The vanity is made from wood reclaimed from the renovation and matches the original cabinetry in the rest of the house. The Pennsylvania black
“Sink shape” — jimmarsha
Graf Developments
14 Reviews
Bathrooms I've done
Ideabooks4,286
Questions7
bathroom remodel to make it more accessible. Includes stylish safety grab bars, LED lighting, wide shower seat, under-mount tub with wide ledge, radiant heated flooring, and curbless entry to shower.
glass tile in notch area, 2nd sprayer shower, Includes stylish safety grab bars, LED lighting, wide shower seat, under-mount tub with wide ledge, radiant heated flooring, and curbless entry to shower.
“Shower, tub combo” — tdhawk60
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks6,448
Questions4
Fahrenheit, on average. You also can produce steam by adding water to the stones in the heating element (hence the "wet" part).The newer infrared saunas use a radiant heat element that conveys heat directly to the body rather than the air, so you work up a sweat from within. Purists don't consider infrared
4. Choose your heat source. Essentially, saunas heat the body in two ways. A traditional wet-dry sauna uses an electric or wood-burning heat source with stones to raise the air temperature to a point between 160 and 190 degrees
has space for the number of people you need to accommodate so that you're not spending the money and energy to heat unused space. You'll also want to avoid making the ceiling so high that heat rises above the level at which occupants sit — 7 feet is usually regarded as the maximum.Most home saunas for
“Nice steam room...” — janettehill
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks763
Questions3
had found a bunch of old radiators in the backyard and wanted to incorporate those into the interiors. Cooney had them all converted to hot-water radiant heat instead of steam. “They’re beautiful and feel like they belong in an old farmhouse,” she says.
had found a bunch of old radiators in the backyard and wanted to incorporate those into the interiors. Cooney had them all converted to hot-water radiant heat instead of steam. “They’re beautiful and feel like they belong in an old farmhouse,” she says.
“cabinet” — Michelle Ivy
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