24,876 natural gas Living Design Photos

Rustic Fire Place
Town & Country
Ideabooks7,475
Questions8
Is this gas or electric? Which is more expensive? Which puts out more heat? Thanks!
This fireplace is an off-the-shelf Town & Country model from Rustic Fire Place, but it came with options. “It runs on natural gas or propane, with choices of colors for firebox panels and with either glass or river rock. It can be vented several different ways depending on where
This fireplace is an off-the-shelf Town & Country model from Rustic Fire Place, but it came with options. “It runs on natural gas or propane, with choices of colors for firebox panels and with either glass or river rock. It can be vented several different ways depending on where it is installed,”
“Accent wall” — hannahmclim
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
Ideabooks7,715
Questions4
According to Popular Mechanics, the average annual fuel cost to keep a woodstove going is nearly half the price of oil and still slightly less than natural gas. Those able to responsibly harvest their own wood have the potential to save even more.Stove: Edofocus, Focus
Gas heater living room
Wood or gas...Gas heater
“Woodstove” — PLATFORM architecture + design
Tanya Schoenroth Design
14 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks16,373
Questions6
plaster. Attached are a couple pics of the walls in our current showroom (we're moving by April). People love our concrete-looking surround. It's a natural traditional finish, that costs about $15/sf and up depending on the finish and the applicator (we can recommend one!). It's a breathable wall too,
Designer Tanya Schoenroth mixed the modern and the rustic in this dramatic ribbon fireplace. The natural gas unit is completely custom; the contractor worked closely with building inspectors to make sure all codes were met.
“false wall” — hanahoward
VisuaLingual
VisuaLingual home/HQ
Ideabooks6,346
Questions4
problem, consider putting aquarium gravel over the dirt to contain mold growth. Avoid wood-burning fireplaces or stoves — smoke is a harsh irritant. Natural-gas fireplaces should be fine. Clear out clutter — piles of magazines, newspapers and other knickknacks collect dust quickly.
“how the railing works with the furniture” — colleenjeffery64
Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Anya Lane
Ideabooks1,940
Questions5
Heat n Glo Twilight Indoor/Outdoor see through natural gas fireplace
Love all the natural light in this room - wonderful wall of windows, wood and natural elements!
Framed in wood interesting to keep light above , where is chimney? no need if its gas???
See through fireplace - Glo Twilight Indoor/Outdoor see through natural gas fireplace
Heat n Glo Twilight Indoor/Outdoor see through natural gas fireplace
fireplace: Heat n Glo Twilight gas
“indoor-outdoor fireplace....I like that there are windows above (how do they do that....doesn't the” — kdales
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks325
Questions1
guaranteed and each rug has an international registered ID card . 3. The rugs are returnable for 1 month. 4. All of the rugs are made out of the natural materials: herbal dying( Only handmade rugs) 5. No machine has been used in none of steps of producing the rug (Only handmade rugs). 6. Each rug has
Radiant heated floors with natural gas & tankless water heater
fireplace and rounded mantel jut gently out into the simple room. The original refinished and stained oak floors now have radiant heat, supported by a natural gas–fired tankless water heater.Sofa: Natuzzi
“stained oak floor” — suzanne_forry
Robert Nebolon Architects
12 Reviews
San Francisco Floating House
Ideabooks646
Questions1
wall of wood gas fireplace against black metal windows in kitchen lounge area or another room in the house
Gas fireplace above bookshelf
Natural Gas Fireplace Appliance
natural daylight...natural ventilation
“Wood above fireplace” — lrp1160
Liquid Design
M2 House
Ideabooks131
Questions1
door from the space on the left.In the foreground is the renovated fireplace, which Standley says uses bioethanol, a clean-burning alternative to natural gas. It’s surrounded in a bench-like fashion by a single 5- by 10-foot slab of black granite.
“CHAIRS” — leelinden
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