Electric Heating Designed for Fashionista’s

These days, nothing is exactly what it seems…  Fridges and Dishwashers are disguised as kitchen cupboard doors, children’s beds are disguised as fairy castles and racing cars and electric radiators are disguised as works of art!

Yes, beautiful paintings and artistic stone wall art hanging above the sofa is now an electric radiator. Copies of paintings or photographs can be printed on the surface of each marble panel, in a choice of sizes.

With 24 different colours and various textured finishes, the humble radiator is now a stunningly beautiful artifact made from 100% recycled marble dust that will totally transform everything you think about the ugly metal radiators that take up central wall space in your homes.

Interior Design has reached a new level, and exclusive penthouses, Hotels, Board Rooms, converted barns and eco-friendly new-builds are being transformed by this brand new LivingStone range of electric heating products.

The recycled marble dust is totally carbon free, made by a ‘cold technology’ and hand crafted into these unbelievably beautiful works of art. They deliver a radiant heat that will warm people and not just the air much more efficiently than any convector heating system.

electric radiators

Now you can have your cake, and eat it, by using them with your solar panels as well as the national grid system, giving you a fully renewable source of heating, with a zero carbon footprint.  All the technical details are right here: http://livingstoneheating.co.uk/

So chuck out the chintz, and the old metal fossil fueled radiators, the future of beautiful central heating has arrived in the UK in style!

Livingstone Creative Heating UK
info@livingstoneheating.co.uk 
0844 272 4342

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Kirsty Hammond

SpecifierReview.com - The Building Products News Resource for Specifiers

2 thoughts on “Electric Heating Designed for Fashionista’s

  • September 10, 2016 at 7:26 am
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    Although it’s a much better alternative, orthodox designers might consider this an easy way out of incorporating the services in the design.

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