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I could see the MJ working in a cavernous concrete bachelor pad. Other than that, kid's playroom maybe.

 

Something like this will probably get you laid by short-haired women, but I'm covered there.

 

 

 

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I'm not sure I could live with that much visual interest in my living room.

 

Between the beard and the earrings your living room has enough visual interest going on.

 

lefty

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The Mah Jong, not so much and I think it requires a vast space to work well.

The Delphi is very nice, though it doesn't look that comfortable.


It is, but it needs to be with the price tag they attached to it, a 2 seater leather is 9k.


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I could see the MJ working in a cavernous concrete bachelor pad. Other than that, kid's playroom maybe.


it comes in solid colors, but I really like the missoni version and I would look great in one of SH's concrete bunkers from the arch thread or big Brazilian beach house.



I'm seriously contemplating a Lema Mustique as my next one.


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RB is a little pricey for what it is. I'm also a little too old and uptight to sit on the floor like that.

 

Oh well. The leftette is out today ordering silver velvet drapery for out bedroom. No telling what will come of this.

 

Don't know the Lema but will check it out. Thanks,

 

lefty

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I'm a little scattered these days, but two that caught my eye recently are this redone Milo Baughman at The Apartment:

 

 

 

And this Adrian Pearsell:

 

I'm a little scattered these days.

 

lefty

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Lefty check out the DS-165 by Hugo de Ruiter for De Sede.

I have no personal experience with it, nor do I know the cost, but it looks pretty cool.
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D, how big is your living room? Jayzus.
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Not that big - little bigger than the one in SanFo - but the sofa is now becoming a centrepiece, which is new territory for me. I've always found chairs more interesting than sofas.

 

lefty

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I was commissioned to build frames for an artists entire series of paintings (oil on canvas) that are all planed for galleries in NYC. The requirement is that the structure must be made using joinery and not those 90 degree nails.

I can't post pictures if the art for obvious reasons, but I plan to post the finished prototype with a blank canvas. I plan to make my own hanger cleat as well.
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I was commissioned to build frames for an artists entire series of paintings (oil on canvas) that are all planed for galleries in NYC. The requirement is that the structure must be made using joinery and not those 90 degree nails.

I can't post pictures if the art for obvious reasons, but I plan to post the finished prototype with a blank canvas. I plan to make my own hanger cleat as well.


That's fantastic - congratulations on the job and I look forward to seeing photos of the finished prototype.
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Thanks!
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New saws, handmade in japan by juntaro mitsukawa.
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Any suggestions for a dish drying rack that would compliment the look and feel of this kitchen?
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The one to the left and below the sink.

 

lefty

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Yeah doesn't work so well for large pots and pans
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The bitch about drying racks is that they rarely get put away.

 

Lay a cloth down and dry on that. Toss cloth in washer when done. Keep counter clean of clutter.

 

lefty

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