Here I am, ready to divulge my findings on Small Space Heaters.
Last week, the temperature dropped to a new low of the season. Then again, our PTAC unit from the living room started its cacophony. Pulsating, throbbing, and raucous hoo-ha. Soon, to our dismay, it was gone. Thereupon, we foraged through space heaters for a makeshift. It threw us into a tizzy since most options were offensive-looking.
Important to realize, in a small apartment, there is space only for appealing things. For this reason, adding a last-minute unsightly object seems grim. In fact, there is also a probability that if bought impulsively, it will be destined for a landfill.
Hence, my quest began for a well-designed, simple, sleek, and easy-looking piece. With this intention, I was looking for a functional, affordable, and portable heater. At the minimum, a base level performer that can provide supplemental or singular heat in the future. Moreover, something that will either dissimulate in any space or will be deliberately striking.
Finally, here are a few of my picks. By all means, I applied my Design mind to this exploration. To a certain degree, these blend aesthetics with utility. However, I am waiting for this Sun Heater!
In this case, Pictured Above:
~ Honeywell Uberheat (2)
Minimal & Sleek :
~ PlusMinusZero Infrared Electric with Steam (Naoto Fukasawa’s brand) (3)
~ Another one from Naoto Fukasawa, PlusMinus Zero Ceramic (4)
~ Bruno Bucket Ceramic (5)
~ Stadler Form Anna (6)
Unique and Bold :
~ Isiler Ceramic (7)
~ Vornado Glide Vortex (8)
~ Delonghi Ceramic (9)
Utilitarian and Industrial :
~ Utility Milkhouse style (10)
~ Dr. Infrared (11)
~ Fireplace Crane Ceramic (12)
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Very good work. Reflects originality and aesthetic sense. Keep it up.