12.11.08

Today I am Loving....

image This beautiful and classic wall sconce designed by John Saladino.

 

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The Soho wall-mounted fireplace that uses natural gas or propane. It measures
33" h by 33" w by a mere 12" deep, which has to be one of the shallowest fireboxes
on the market. I would Install it on a wall, just like a piece of modern art. It has a brushed
nickel front.

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Miele's new Clean Touch Steel finish which protects against smudges and scratches with a
thin layer of glass coating the stainless steel. It debuts in December on G series
dishwashers. www.miele.com.  Now that is some cutting edge technology that
will be appreciated!

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11 comments:

  1. I'm loving what you're loving Patricia - the wall sconces are fabulous! Tracey x

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  2. OK Ms Patricia(and Tracey) you cannot LOVE a wall sconce!Love is a word indicating profound tenderness, romantic obsession, a passionate affection, sexual desire even, something to be lavished recklessly if you like....BUT NOT ON A WALL SCONCE! Smarten up girls and find something(someone) else to LOVE!:-) (anonymously known as Peg!)

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  3. I disagree with "anonymous" Peg :)
    You can "love" whatever you want, even a wall sconce !!
    They are all beautiful, and I would love (sorry Peg) that fireplace :) I guess it is legal to have a romantic obsession with a fireplace, is it?

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  4. I agree there's no problem in it and it's quite legal to have a romantic obsession with a fireplace.

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  5. My husband knows he comes second after design...LOL...

    Fireplace depths are always a problem...I hope they become more available. the UK makes some beautiful models.

    Thanks for the pics.

    Michelle

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  6. Hi Patricia, just want to say often find useful hints from you.
    I'm gonna wait for the new dishwasher by Miele, 'til it will be launched here.
    Have a great weekend, Ingela

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  7. Is it okay that I still just love Saladino? I just never tire of his aesthetic. *sigh* :)
    Lovely post!

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  8. I so dig those sconces!

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  9. John Saladino is amazing.
    His sconces are simple and elegant.

    Thank you for sharing.

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  10. WOW, I hadn't heard of this book...Looks like a great read.

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  11. Wow that gas fire is lovely, it's to die for!

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