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Whitstable Island Interiors
WHITSTABLE ISLAND COTTAGE
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Heated towel rail...heated towel bar
“tile” — jlmcdga
D&G Design (De Bilt)
Outdoor Dining Room
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Heat lamp
“Canopy” — katrinawang
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
13 Reviews
Ex Albergo Arnetoli, Loft Conversion
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Nice lines, heated towel hangers, good light.
“Vanité et éclairage au-dessus de la vanité” — Elisabeth Girard
Twinkle and Whistle
8 Reviews
The Watermans Bay Beach Shack
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The painted brick fireplace is the sole source of heating for the whole house. It is also an interesting design feature making a strong, geometrical statement
“The combination of lounge and chair” — alfriston
Bradford Products
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Baltimore Four Seasons
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relaxation space. Gentle heat emanates through the tiled surface, providing a warm and relaxing lounging experience. The heated surface allows the guest
Our heated loungers are the ultimate place to relax, often positioned in sets near your vitality pool or hot tub. The custom-tiled surface provides a low
Bradford Products
1 Review
Baltimore Four Seasons
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relaxation space. Gentle heat emanates through the tiled surface, providing a warm and relaxing lounging experience. The heated surface allows the guest
Our heated loungers are the ultimate place to relax, often positioned in sets near your vitality pool or hot tub. The custom-tiled surface provides a low
Bradford Products
1 Review
Baltimore Four Seasons
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relaxation space. Gentle heat emanates through the tiled surface, providing a warm and relaxing lounging experience. The heated surface allows the guest
Our heated loungers are the ultimate place to relax, often positioned in sets near your vitality pool or hot tub. The custom-tiled surface provides a low
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Benedict Canyon Residence
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long-term effects of emitting carbon into the atmosphere, using less energy for heating, cooling, ventilating and lighting a house is becoming extremely important
another, and filtering sunlight through fixed and movable means to reduce heat gain.
“Living” — Brigitte Tsheila Mukengeshayi
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