Vornado’s TVH500 whole-room heater constructed of steel comes in a sleek white or black gloss finish with chrome accents. An LCD display shows the current and set temperatures, and the unit's push-button controls include a handy timer. Signature vortex circulation moves warm air quietly. Safety features include a tip-over switch and auto shutoff if airflow is obstructed. Vornado; $159.99
Say hello to my little friend, Max. Swizz Style’s latest heater is compact but packs a punch. Sitting on three weighted metal legs, Max functions as a fan in the warmer months and as a heater in cooler temps, making him an all-season favorite. Available in red, white, and a sunny yellow from Horne; $99.99.
The Anna heater by Stadler Form utilizes a PTC ceramic heating element to warm a room. It operates at two power levels and includes an auto shutoff mechanism. The tower form and subtle color make it a great addition to spaces decorated in a modern style. Also available in a mini version. Stadler Form; $99.99.
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The Mica space heater by Delonghi is either wall-mounted or sits on a stand with casters. When mounted, you just need to add a mantel and you practically have a fireplace! Two power settings and safety features like thermal cutoff and a tip-over switch make the Mica a smart choice. Bed Bath Beyond; $84.99.
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The Sharper Image’s Oscillating Tower Ceramic Heater really gets air moving. The sculpturally designed heater comes with a multi-function remote control that, when not in use, conveniently stores on the unit itself. Sharper Image; $79.99.
This Oil-Filled Heater from Holmes looks like a standard radiator but provides portable heat without requiring any oil refills. Electricity heats the oil inside the unit, which in turn heats the space. Holmes; $49.99.
The exterior of Lasko’s Infrared Quartz Heater stays cool to the touch while heat radiates. The unit comes with a multi-function remote, timer, digital thermometer and tip-over sensors for automatic shutoff. Sears; $195.69.
Incognito in all white, the Cozy Legs heater quietly does the job. The panel’s thin profile means it’s easy to fit in small spaces, including the knee-well of a desk or cubicle. Overheat protection and an automatic thermostat provide safety. Target; $51.99.
Petite enough to go under the desk or on a shelf, Lasko’s Personal Ceramic Heater charms with a retro look. Available in seven cheery colors, including purple, red, green and blue, this heater could almost pass as a vintage radio. Amazon; $24.42.
Honeywell’s Surround Fan Forced Heater offers two heat settings as well as a standard fan option. Its unique 360-degree open top allows air to flow freely in all directions. Safety features include a tip-over switch and overheat protection. Currently on sale at Honeywell; $29.95.
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