Source: residential architect Magazine
Publication date: January 1, 2009
By Nigel F. Maynard déjà flue
EcoSmart's Retro fireplace was inspired by 1960s pop culture motifs, with rounded corners and a tube design that suits various architectural styles. Measuring roughly 35 inches high by 35 inches wide, the indoor/outdoor unit has a fiberglass surround, stainless steel firebox, and glass screen. It burns ethanol and is produced in eight colors. studio time
The Studio Collection is a line of home technology devices affordably priced from around $7.50 (for wall plates) to $1,380 (for a whole-house audio system). Inspired by global color and design trends, On-Q/Legrand designed the collection—including this titanium-edged wall plate—in bright hues such as Spanish red. It comes in 16 other colors. give me liberty
Liberty is a new collection of colorful transparent glass mosaic tiles from Miami-based Trend USA. Made from hand-cut glass, the tiles are produced in a variety of idiosyncratic but compatible shapes and then assembled on a sheet measuring roughly 12 inches by 10 inches. Seven standard colors are available, but other hues can be special-ordered.
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