340 heated towel bar Living Design Photos

Potter Construction Inc
16 Reviews
heated towel bar
towel warmer.
“Towelrail” — Kathy Ewing
Choice Construction
9 Reviews
Olalla Residence
heated towel bar
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Knot On Call
I purchased a home 4 yrs with a wet bar like this are they obsolete
TV in a molding away protected from fire place heat
built-ins either side of window, wet bar on one side.
idea of built-ins around window, wet bar on one side
wet bar look at this one
includes tv, fireplace, and wet bar
Setback the TV to protect it from heat.
Like how bar coordinates with built-ins on right side.
what a bar with cabinets up top look lke
Bar to left. TV to right. Ignore fireplace
of wet bar close to Tv
cool built in bar and shelves
“Tables and lamps” — flyingwhale
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Pool House
build floating shelves. Underneath the flooring is radiant heat, which is costly, but provides a level of comfort that you cannot get from forced air. Since this is next to the pool and to provide better heat conduction from the radiant heat, the flooring is tile that looks like wood rather than tile
Porcelanosa Tile! What you can't see is the radiant heat underneath which makes it even nicer. :) Rhoda http://billfryconstruction.com/
like wood and works well with radiant heat.
Wood porcelain tiles over radiant heat flooring.
conducts heat quickly. Tile and concrete are often the first picks. That being said, many people prefer the look of hardwood floors. In that case consider wood-look ceramics before moving on to engineered woods specifically certified for underfloor heating. Your turn: Do you have radiant heating or cooling
“sliding glass” — Julia LaJoie
Bob Michels Construction, Inc.
18 Reviews
Rec Room / Pub
Bar in bonus room with possible poker table?
Pool table and bar idea
Potentially do hardwood flooring on bar side of basement...
This bar idea might match the shape of the bonus room
great views. His wife had picked out the carpets and wall colors in the main house, but this space was all his. The room has a pool table, in-floor heating and beautiful custom cabinets from Dura Supreme.
“Floors half hardwood half carpet” — twinpowers
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
1 Review
Corralitos, CA
insulation. The interior will include natural finishes like clay plaster, natural stone and organic paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating and an overall healthy green approach. Photography by Marco Ricca.
Please let me know where can I find the bar stools?
I am looking for orange bar stools and they are hard to find. Thanks!
paint. The design includes solar panels, radiant heating..."
Bar and glass shelf with mirror and tv angle
Kitchen Layout, Bar with Chairs and Pool table adjacent
great bar area and combo with the pool table
“Play room” — teamhunt
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
BK House - Living / Dining
Spin Bar Stools | Crate & Barrel
The floor is polished concrete with local bluestone aggregate. There is radiant heating set within the floors.
passive cooling (considering the light entering is not too direct, so it doesn't lead to heat gain). Every light turned off during the day cuts down on the cooling that would have been required to offset its heat. skylights too
passive cooling (considering the light entering is not too direct, so it doesn't lead to heat gain). Every light turned off during the day cuts down on the cooling that would have been required to offset its heat.The BK House's tall spaces also help to ventilate warm air. Here we can see an operable vent
this freestanding fireplace complements this room very well, especially with the overextended flue. This size tends to work best when you don't need to heat the entire room. Tip: Just because it's freestanding doesn't mean you can't have built-in seating. Search for a fireplace that has a bench for those
“Wood walls” — vhuyser
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Can you give me ideas for a bathroom etagere big enough for towel storage?
I want to paint some bar stools and a buffet table. I want it look shiny. What is the best product to use?
They are quite expensive, between 10k and up. They should not be considered heating elements, they will heat the room they are in through radiant heat (they are sealed).
Institute website: http://nficertified.org. The shallowest gas fireplace that comes to mind that still looks looks a little like a fireplace is the Heat & Glo Soho: http://www.heatnglo.com/Products/Soho-Gas-Fireplace.aspx?page=Specifications It's only 11 1/2" deep. The Solaris is shallower at 5 1/2"
“Sort of like the stone and love the fireplace” — donnarhirt
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