552 heating Craftsman Home Design Photos

Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
front porch
Ideabooks1,214
Questions2
I like the heat in the ceiling...Heat lamp...Ceiling and heat lamp...Built in heat lamp...radiant heat
“Couch” — meghoward12
Meriwether Inc
7 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
Ideabooks1,869
Questions5
They are snug to wall, well made, substantial and work well with hot water heating systems.
white trim w/ wood door and is that a baseboard heat register?
baseboard heat
“baseboard heat” — bbrekhus
Renewal Design-Build
16 Reviews
Historic Whole House Renovation - Screened Porch
Ideabooks7,731
Questions4
Screened back porch with heating stove
Add heating...Heating unit...Heat in the winter
“Stove” — meg32sb
Loudoun Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Out of the Woods Construction & Cabinetry, Inc.
Acton 3 Season Porch
Ideabooks976
Questions2
Is this porch heated? Are the screens removable to be replaced by glass panels in the winter? Thank you.
“Wood work and feel” — mariah2000
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Santa Rita Cottage
Ideabooks5,282
Questions6
Outdoor heating behind light...outdoor heating mount
“Looks like ours” — sanchezl14
Continuum Tile Co.
3 Reviews
Slate Entryway in Oceanview District, San Francisco
Ideabooks1,578
Questions3
good idea to keep the exterior of your home light in color to limit solar heat gain. But lighter hues don't have to be boring. Liven up beige and white
good idea to keep the exterior of your home light in color to limit solar heat gain. But lighter hues don't have to be boring. Liven up beige and white
“color combination, tile steps” — mikeskamo
William Johnson Architect
14 Reviews
LEED Platinum Certified Residence
Ideabooks7,164
Questions5
or skin that make it easy for heat to escape in winter and enter in summer. To keep costs down for construction, heating and cooling, a small, compact
“The wall style” — sj0612
Rill Architects
12 Reviews
Maureen Residence
Ideabooks6,620
Questions7
Thanks for the question. The floor is a product called "Thermory" which is a heat treated ash and the ceiling is stained clear pine.
Thermory heat treated ash
“Like the decking and ceiling” — beathany118
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