2,524 Heating Kitchen Design Photos

Reclaimed Space
La Aborleda
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This is the kind of heating unit we have
cute kitchen and like the heat pump.. have one and love it!
Nancy open space w heat a/c...mini split heat/air unit
“just like it” — barbaracorriher
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Studio William Hefner
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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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and other high-traffic kitchens: It's nearly indestructible, and it resists heat and bacteria. It also provides a very distinctive look that feels appropriate
standards for cleanliness. It is nonporous and nonstaining, resistant to heat and easy to clean. It also has a life expectancy of nearly a century. Design
CountersProfessional chefs love stainless steel because it's nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. While it certainly makes fingerprints and scratches
“Cabinet color” — mama2tonys
Malcolm Davis Architecture
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Stone
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of light and are most susceptible to heat loss in colder climates. South-facing windows get the most sun and heat gain throughout the day — something to
factor when placing windows. East-facing windows will get strong light and heat gain in the morning, and you won't have sun streaming into your eyes in the
“large window” — phyban1
Witt Construction
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2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
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SHGC (solar heat-gain coefficient): How much solar radiation a window allows through it. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat it transmits, which
which is good on warm days; the higher the SHGC, the more solar heat it allows, which is good on cold days. So choosing the right SHGC rating depends on
“Window” — susancapling
Wm. F. Holland/Architect
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Piedmont ResidenceVI
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for sure. I love to see the heat as opposed to a dial telling me how hot it is. Electric ovens over gas — a more even heat that is great for baking and
don’t have one, but a steam oven would be great for home cooks — consistent heat, quicker cook times and more consistent results, and they're fantastic for
“Pendant” — cmpower
Altius Architecture, Inc.
North Kingsway Residence
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floor. The large windows help heat the house in the winter; the morning sun heats the tile to create natural radiant heating for part of the day. The tree
floor. The large windows help heat the house in the winter; the morning sun heats the tile to create natural radiant heating for part of the day. The tree
ground floor. The large windows help heat the house in the winter; the morning sun heats the tiles to create natural heating for part of the day. The tree as
“Alternative to bifolds” — siobhan_and_will
Weidmann Remodeling
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Marietta Kitchen & Hall Bathroom
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spices lasting so close to the heat of the oven?
I like this idea but it seems like storing the spices so close to the heat of the oven would not be a
a good idea. How are the spices surviving the heat? How long have you been storing them like this?
Hi I like the convenience but do you know if the heat affects the spice shelf life?
I'd need to put a pullout shelf unit there, to keep the heat from the refrigerator. If the heat doesn't radiate to the sides, I should be able to put either
The heat of the oven would be bad for spice storage. Rethink the placement of those awesome shelves before installing.
either next to the stove, though I wonder about the heat from the burners.
these two spice racks deliver that. While some worry about the effect of heat on the spices, designer and builder Weidmann Remodeling says a well-insulated
“Cabinets” — paulandkristy
Boutique Homes
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Wickets
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accidents that could crack glass. They are also decorative and provide a heat-resistant landing space for pots. Also, notice distance of cooktop from counter
Induction cooktop, downdraft, pre sink with pot filler, heat skids next to stove
Integrated trivet (pot holder) next to range for heat protection.
“Pan stands” — Anthony Potter
Heat Pump Versus Electric Heat Dilemma - Need Advice fast!!!
Hey Everyone, I live in a fairly cool climate (it's been between 0 and -20 celcius since mid december with no signs of warming up till May - to get...
need help in evaluating supplement heat to our heat pump, such as a gas freestanding stove, gas logs,wood sto
the space to heat is approximately 2 thousand square feet with a central fireplace
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