When it’s been years since you’ve considered a space heater, it’s time to provide these little workhorses a fresh appearance. The designs on the market nowadays are sleek, stylish and efficient, enabling you to conserve energy and keep your sense of style.
Why use a space heater? Turning your thermostat and using a space heater to give additional warmth in the room you’re using can be much better way to warm your property. To get the most from your space heater, be sure to close doors to any rooms not being used.
Florent Bouhey Fayolle
French pupil Florent Bouhey Fayolle made this “sun container” to collect energy from sun during the day and heat the atmosphere once the temperature warms. It’s not yet available, but it’s encouraging to see elegant green innovations like this one being designed. I hope we will see more mobile solar technologies like this later on.
Cabernet White Wine Glass – Holmegaard – $40
The Max is a cute space heater and fan combo with character to spare. Available in red, yellow or white, it’s a fun, contemporary apparatus it’s possible to use year-round.
Stadler Form Anna Ceramic Heater – $99.99
With its slim profile and white and silver finish, this heater from Stadler Form appears like it’s a part of a fancy audio system. Past the elegant look, this heater contains a powerful ceramic heating element and contains an automatic safety shutoff feature.
Econo-Heat E-Heater, White – $84
This sleek little wall-mountable heater could be painted to match your walls, making it virtually invisible. Additionally, it’s safe for children, and you don’t ever have to worry about it tipping over.
Crane Space Heater, 600/1200 Watt – $34.99
I love the decorative curves and chunky flow of the miniature heater out of Crane. Some reviewers warned that the device gets fairly hot to the touch, and thus don’t use it around children or pets. It could be just the thing to receive your master bedroom or home office nice and toasty, however.
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Plus Minus Zero Fukasawa Heater – $294
You would never guess these vibrant little pods are heaters. Produced by Naoto Fukusawa, the Plus Minus Zero heater comes in 3 colours. Be advised that it ships out of Japan, so shipping costs may be steep.
Sunpentown Mini-Tower Ceramic Heater – $49.88
This small, slender Sunpentown tower can easily be tucked on a shelf or counter to heat the room with oscillating heat. Safety features include overheat protection, cool-to-the-touch casing along with a tip-over switch.
Dyson AM04 Fan Heater, White/Silver – $299.99
Dyson’s futuristic-looking fan heater projects enough heat to heat a whole room in winter and can be used as a powerful fan in summer.