Source: residential architect Magazine
Publication date: November 1, 2005
By Nigel F. Maynard inside the box
| Courtesy Heat & Glo |
As the appetite for contemporary design continues to grow, manufacturers are feeding the demand with sleek new products. Lakeville, Minn.-based Heat & Glo continues the trend with the launch of its Modern Collection—a line of freestanding and built-in gas fireplaces that blend clean lines with cast stone, glass, and stainless steel. The Paloma (shown here) has a 41-inch-high firebox, a curved outer-glass front available in four hues, and an optional color-tinted hearth pad. Heat & Glo, 888.427.3973; www.heatnglo.com.
ebb and flow
| Courtesy Neo-Metro Collection |
The Ebb console with resin countertop from City of Industry, Calif.-based Neo-Metro offers yet another dash of color to the bath. Made from 16-gauge stainless steel, the console comes in two sizes—a 36-inch-wide style or a 55-inch version with built-in, undercounter storage. The resin deck is available in various colors and opacities and can accommodate lighting underneath for a dramatic effect. Neo-Metro Collection, 800.591.9050; www.neo-metro.com.
| Courtesy Snaidero USA |
Vela is the latest contribution from Snaidero, one of Italy's leading purveyors of contemporary kitchens. The manufacturer, whose U.S. headquarters is in Los Angeles, says the line incorporates glass doors with aluminum frames, wall units with a...
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