100 electric radiant floor heating Craftsman Home Design Photos

Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
front porch
Ideabooks878
Questions2
Beautiful! What did you use for the ceiling and flooring? Thanks!
flush mount radiant heater and speaker
like heat lamp for chilli evenings
heated porch ... adjustable and mounted vs. integrated
Built in heat lamp...radiant heat...Heat lamp...Porch and heat lamp...narrow porch heated...deck floor
“green paint and stained porch” — cdconstance
Full Circle Construction Inc.
12 Reviews
Crocus Hill Kitchen
Ideabooks7,556
Questions13
Existing 100 year old Arts and Crafts home. Kitchen space was completely gutted down to framing. In floor heat, chefs stove, custom site-built cabinetry and soapstone countertops bring kitchen up to date. Designed by Jean Rehkamp and Ryan Lawinger of Rehkamp Larson Architects. Greg Page Photography
Oak flooring with radiant in-floor heat
Oak flooring with fin-tube heat elements placed between
I love this kitchen but don't see any of the required electric outlets. Can you tell me where they are hidden? Thanks.
Too much wood with wood floors. Hope that tile would break this up.
oak floors oak cabinets white farmhouse sink stainless
“Cookbook area” — tkredmond
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
a house in a garden
Ideabooks41,122
Questions16
Are the electric plugs done in black as well?
Is that a heating vent under the window & through the skirting board?
It is a Burhnam, Baseray, cast iron radiant heat baseboard.
It is a radiant baseboard heater.
3' wide stair and run depends on floor to floor dimension. landings 3' minimum. all code required dimensions
Here is the same home, looking at the staircase from the main floor. The built-in storage tucked under the stairs is very functional and a great example of how attention to detail can make a home special.
“Staircase” — karen26brett
Bali Construction
2 Reviews
Bali Construction
Ideabooks5,150
Questions5
bathroom and laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating. It is evident that attention to detail was a primary focus during this project as our team worked diligently to maintain the traditional
What flooring is this? Tile? Thanks
what is the name/brand/color of the floor tile?
We have an update on the flooring. It is similar to grey Foussana Limestone floor tile, but this project was completed a few years ago so we don't have the exact information anymore.
Door handles, panes on windows and lights. Cool floor
Slate floor, brown cabs, light walls
“Pattern” — cmcamp
Porchfront Homes
Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired House
Ideabooks993
Questions3
What material is used for the bathroom floor?
Radiant heat flooring, colors... Easy to change for a buyer... Repaint wall, replace tiling around bath.
Small windows, cute tub, bright colors, what's the floor made of?
bella likes the floor tile
windows, not tub. Sandy floors
Bath floor
“Amma bathtub” — BainUltra
Bali Construction
2 Reviews
Bali Construction
Ideabooks3,336
Questions7
bathroom and laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy effecient double pane windows and new hardwood floors that also provide radiant heating. It is evident that attention to detail was a primary focus during this project as our team worked diligently to maintain the traditional
what is the flooring, it is beautiful!
“Windows” — andreaclow
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Exterior
Ideabooks21,268
Questions13
I was wondering if there were any floor plans available for this house?
I also am looking for floor plans
looks like a neat floor plan
First steps: Do your research and decide which solar water heater system will work best for your needs. Will you be attaching the system to a radiant heating system, for example? If you need help getting your head around the situation, ask a green building professional or an experienced architect or
“Porches” — lookoutlanding
jARCHITECTS: Jim Rymsza, AIA
5 Reviews
Craftsman Second Story Addition
Ideabooks8,339
Questions10
A complete tear-off and new second floor now graces this this Seattle bungalow. A 3-Star Built-Green remodel, new energy efficient details were used through-out. This home was featured on the Cover of Fine Homebuilding Houses Issue #203 Summer 2009
The footprint is 1,000sf. This is the footprint of the original house, except for the front porch, which we added. The upper floor addition adds an additional 800sf. There is also a full semi-finished basement and a large back deck. It sits on a 5,500sf lot in Northeast Seattle
coatings. These coatings are great because they cut out 40 to 70 percent of the heat but still allow the light through. That means a low U-factor and SHGC but high VT. Spectrally selective coatings can be used to reduce the electric-based cooling needs of new houses in hot climates by more than 40 percent
“Is this what dormers will look like....popping out from roof?” — cjermier
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