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258 digital led clock Home Design Photos
Aneka Interiors Inc.
Steel bar truss. Simple and not a lot of clutter above. Not fan of the wood stubs that led into steel bar.
Bars & Wine Rooms
DELUXE SLOT MACHINE' (both available via 'e-Bay'), Arcade Video Games (Refer to e-Bay for Additional Item Info), Air Hockey Table, Neon Lights (Sign/Clock), a Coin Operated Helicopter and Merry go Round - Carousel (K-Mart) and an Operable Antique Coke Machine and Gas Pump). Lastly, a Big Projection Screen
(May possibly use the Green Dial-tone), Video Slot game 'Adventure War for Olympus Slots' and 'Mysteries of Cleopatra' - via e-Bay with a 'TV Stand LCD LED Plasma Entertainment Center Game Mount' (or a possibly preferred 'Offex Mobile Computer Presentation / Workstation Cart') to display games and an 'Authentic
Southern Studio Interior Design
Led w/battery back up for power outages. Just put two duplex plug in each alcove at the top and use Bakelite socket plugs to add lights or plug in radios
things made out of paper with printing on them.) No charging stations in this photo, but it would be a great spot. I use my cell phone as my alarm clock, so a niche at the head of the bed would be a perfect place for a charging station. Do you use an e-book reader? Next to your bed is a good spot for
Cory Smith Architecture
712 W. Bauer
Stunning kitchen! I love everything about it! Could you please share the spacing of the recessed lights? Also the type of light (LED, etc. ) and wattage.? I'm replacing 2 4 foot fluorescents with recessed and want to make sure I have enough light. Thank you!
I am the architect for this project. I had nothing to do with the beautiful furnishings including the rug, the clock in the 4 seasons room, etc.
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Sunlight into to adjacent rooms was of critical importance and therefore led to the use of the translucent polycarbonate roofing. The opaque polycarbonate now provides a softer and less harsh sunlight pattern under the arbor
I love the planters and the clock against the wall. The fireplace sitting area is fantastic.
Eco-chic in the Mission
three-level project. To achieve the aesthetic of an exotic wood veneer within the confines of the eco standards, Steve developed a unique method of digitally photographing a single board of Pau Ferro, duplicating the image, and layering the film between two 1/4" sheets of glass. The end result is of a