10,261 radiator cover window seat Home Design Photos

Normandy Remodeling
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Living Room
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We're looking to put in a window seat but we have baseboard heating along the wall. Does this type of open grate allow for enough heat to enter the room?
What type of heat source is under the window seat? I would love to do this with an old steam heat radiator system, but I am concerned about causing damage to the wood seat from the amount of heat that would be expelled. Did you put any sort of protection
Concealing baseboard heat under a window seat that is very ventilated, such as this photo, will still allow some of the warmth to enter the room. However, if this is the only heat source to
Heat/air duct opening under window seat.
nice idea of radiator cover + seat by window
radiators below the window seats save costs how green? SR: Love the window seat!
“baseboard heating” — pmgrb
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
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smoothly in support of the owner’s lifestyle, while bringing clarify and enhanced detail to what was an eclectic architectural composition. Existing windows were restored and new ones carefully scaled to harmonize with the originals; new finishes and systems were installed throughout. On the east side
Beautiful! Where did you get the lovely window?
where did you get that window i cannot find it anywhere
where do i buy this oval window
Pallet and a window like mirrow
Bench in front of kitchen big window
Series Windows, Legacy Series Windows, Signature Series Windows
Bedroom radiator cover idea like 3 separations clean modern look with some detailing elegant for bedroom
“BATH COLORS” — petrie3622
Gantt's Decorating
5 Reviews
1994 Carlisle Decorator Show House
Ideabooks5
Questions1
remove the radiator for the show house, I elected to create a window seat effect by making an upholstered radiator cover. The top of the cover was insulated and grills were put in the front. This actually makes the radiator more efficient. An upholstered seat pad was made for the top of the seat. The
The windows were dressed in a double swag with jabots that became tie back drapes. A triple tie up swag and jabot added elegance to the window treatment. A custom made upholstered dressing table sits on the right side of the room.
Great idea with the window seat!
What did you use to insulate the top of the cover? Do you have plans for this that you would be willing to share?
simply a 3 sided box made to fit over the radiator. The top is supported by fitting on top of the window sill. I insulated the top only with the insulation board with reflective foil facing down toward the radiator. I think it probably makes the radiator more efficient because it prevents the heat
“Upholstered” — zorgibbs
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Built-In Cabinetry
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I would love to build a similar cover to act as a window bench over an old steam heat radiator system, but I am concerned about causing damage to the wood seat from the amount of heat that would be expelled. Did you use any sort of heat protection to protect the wood?
Great Radiator Cover!
Bookcases around window
radiator cover/window seat
radiator cover...window seat...radiator cover
“Character” — elphinstone
Ladd Suydam Contracting, LLC
8 Reviews
Radiator Covers
Ideabooks18
Questions0
Radiator Covers
radiator cover...window seat...Radiator cover
“Radiator cover” — whitney73
Campbell-Powers Interiors
9 Reviews
Window Seat
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Questions0
Window Seat
radiator cover...window seat cushion
Krause Cabinetry
Permar
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Radiator Cover
Window Seat
Fanatic Finish Inc.
Built-In Cabinetry
Ideabooks33
Questions0
radiator cover
window seat
“file drawers” — mitchelldan
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