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Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to 5 Ways to Hide Your Bathroom Water Heater3 August 2018

4. Warm up with solar heatingWhether you live in an apartment or an independent house, a solar-powered heating system can be a versatile addition to your home. Solar heating is not only eco-friendly, it can also bring you significant energy savings. The system requires you to place solar panels on your terrace or any other surface exposed to maximum sunlight. These panels employ the sun’s energy to heat and store water in storage tanks. Equally functional in summer and winter, solar water-heating systems are typically armed with an built-in backup mechanism that supplies additional heat during cool weather, and additional cool water during warm weather, to maintain required temperatures.Pros:Absence of a physical water heater in the bathroom Extremely efficient (up to 80 per cent of solar energy is converted to heat)Lower carbon footprint, lower costs and lower heating lead timesCons:Requires annual maintenanceRequires intensive capital investment and complex installationPanels occupy a large amount of outdoor space

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Hesther Mccormick added this to My ideas17 March 2020

Beach rocks around edges of bath?

Ellen Chapman added this to Ellen's ideas11 January 2020

I love this floor and wall tile

HU-560454031 added this to Linda Bea13 February 2019

Blue color *The blue in the tub? Very much like the blue on the wall and floor of the 'Creative space' image.