Source: residential architect Magazine
Publication date: August 1, 2004
By Nigel F. Maynard
hide and chic
StyleLine decorative wall panels break the monotony of drywall expanses. Panels come in assorted faux patterns and textures from leather to linen and in a range of vibrant and subdued colors and perforated styles (Elegant Pine in bone white is shown). Manufactured by Atlanta-based Georgia-Pacific, the panels are medium-density fiberboard made of 100 percent recovered and recycled fibers. Standard size is 4 by 8 feet, but some styles are available in 32-by-48 inch sheets. Georgia-Pacific, 404.652.4000; www.gp.com.
The newest introduction from Israel's leading brass faucet manufacturer, Ergo is a high-arc kitchen faucet with sweeping lines, a slender 360-degree spout, and two handle options: the joystick Olympus (shown) or the 45-degree Everest style. It's constructed of cast solid brass, uses ceramic disc cartridges, and comes in either a stainless steel or polished chrome finish. Hamat USA, 866.524.2628; www.hamatusa.com.
Broomfield, Colo.–based Diamond Spas is known for its modern stainless steel and copper products. With this Japanese soaking tub, the manufacturer introduces bamboo to its palette. The stainless soaking tub has a low bench seat and a skirt fabricated from 3-inch bamboo poles. It measures 48 by 48 by 35 inches. Custom dimensions are also made. Diamond Spas, 800.951.7727; www.diamondspas.com.
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