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post #106 of 1897
this is my dorm right now...view from the couch that I sit on...




JB - my brother had a similar poster of the inside of a cockpit...i believe it was a 747? Where did you get that? I always wanted it when he was done, but it got messed up somehow when he was in college and he had to dispose of it.
post #107 of 1897
I bought it from Sporty's Pilot Shop. It's actually a large piece of wallpaper divided into 2 pieces down the middle so you can apply it easier. I tried to look for it on their site but it doesn't look like they carry it anymore It's a Boeing 777, btw. JB
post #108 of 1897
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Originally Posted by JetBlast View Post
I bought it from Sporty's Pilot Shop. It's actually a large piece of wallpaper divided into 2 pieces down the middle so you can apply it easier. I tried to look for it on their site but it doesn't look like they carry it anymore

It's a Boeing 777, btw.

JB

When you shop with Sporty's you're shopping where the pros shop.

post #109 of 1897
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I always meant to get pictures up here, and I've just taken a few since we are listing the place. Whole Album

http://kokshark.techbandits.com/~silent/loft.jpg

Royal Oak, I take it?

(born and raised in metro Detroit)
post #110 of 1897
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Royal Oak, I take it?

(born and raised in metro Detroit)

Yep.
post #111 of 1897
Thank you Bergdorf, I was not aware that the man who killed my uncle shopped at Sporty's. They're still the best place to get pilot gear, it's hard to find anywhere else unless you want to actually drive to the shop. Internet ordering is easier. Edit- Migo, is that Ferrari on your desktop from the thread in Fine Living/Auto not too long ago? Sure looks like it. JB
post #112 of 1897
JB it is the same one, though not from the post. I did have that huge EMPIRE Bond picture up there before and then something happened. The Ferrari looks like a sweeet poster when it's projected up on the wall
post #113 of 1897
Some pics of my underfurnished, not-quite-moved-in place. The couch is the Cassina Nest. The table is some sort of vintage (ie. used) 48-inch Saarinen table my dealer found in Palm Springs, because I liked the off-white base of the older tables. And the chairs are Modernica ocean blue fiberglass shells on Eiffel bases. According to my dealer, who is the most egregious enabler ever, the lighting fixture has to go, and he has the perfect thing for me in the form of Nelson bubble lamps. --Andre
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post #114 of 1897
Yes, that faux-European light fixture is quite unattractive. It looks like it belongs in the bathroom of a second-rate Macau casino.
post #115 of 1897
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Yes, that faux-European light fixture is quite unattractive. It looks like it belongs in the bathroom of a second-rate Macau casino.

Yes, it would look a lot better if it had the carcass of some dead animal slung from it.
post #116 of 1897
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Yes, it would look a lot better if it had the carcass of some dead animal slung from it.

Or maybe a foot stool, in the literal sense.

post #117 of 1897
Well the fixture does not go with the table and chairs but neither does the rest of the decor from what I can see.
post #118 of 1897
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Yes, it would look a lot better if it had the carcass of some dead animal slung from it.

Now that would just be ridiculous.

Although I have seen a tortoise-shell bracket lamp that looked great.
post #119 of 1897
zjpj: Which area of the NYC Suburbs do you live in, Long Island I presume? Very nice place.

Everyone's houses/rooms/apartments were excellent, I'll take a picture of my room this weekend.
post #120 of 1897
and 100.
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