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Please tell me about the radio on the side of the bed
as far as i kmow, the radio designer is ianndonesian. he live in wonosobo regency central java provine indonesia
vintage radios — including this Areaware Magno Large Wooden Radio
Vintage radios. Vintage radios are easy to find and I always enjoy inspecting their knobs and dials. I look for '50s-era radios and interesting colors and add them to sideboards, mantels and coffee tables. If they work
past and a love of current technology has spawned a host of MP3 players and docking stations that mimic the look of vintage radios — including this Areaware Magno Large Wooden Radio, in a bedroom by Richard Bubnowski Design.
Love the vintage radio! Where did you find it? Thanks.
The radio is from the brand Tivoli Audio .... Thank you :)
What do you like about this photo? Radio
The top of the cottage houses Jeanette's home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
The top of the cottage houses Jeanette’s home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
The top of the cottage houses Lunde’s home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
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The impulse to add an old radio to a modern home is something Richard Watts, an officer at the California Historical Radio Society, well understands. Before he embarked on a career as a computer scientist, he put himself through school by repairing radios and televisions. After he retired, he was lured
lured back to precomputer technology and began collecting and restoring old radios.“Early radios are accessible and easy to understand,” he says. “Unlike today’s technology, the old radios weren’t meant to be a consumable product. They were meant to be attractive, quality pieces of furniture that people
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lighting and use of old radios for wall
Love the way the radios are on the wall and not on shelves, just don't know about the color of the wall though. This table is just perfect!
Studio appears to be jumping and jiving to a swinging beat of yesteryear.Watts notes that he’s seeing radio prices on eBay rise. Noting that condition is everything, he says that some small transistor radios can cost under $100, while rarer models can fetch up to $1,500. The candy-colorful Bakelite and polymer
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Fife steading conversion
***Love the trunk and vintage radio.
I love the blue radio on the antique chest. Don't know about the rest though, maybe
“Some people display them to capture a memory,” he says, noting that many collectors start by buying their childhood radio. Watts launched his own collection with the transistor radio of his youth; now that model is worth $230.Whether this model in a bedroom by Robertson Lindsay Interiors has sentimental
moment even more special, consider popping a few fresh blooms beside your bed, opening the curtains to allow light to stream in and turning on the radio or reaching for an absorbing book. Then just sink back into your pillow and relax. Perfect.Check out these ways to create a clutter-free space
1950's Wooden House
For people who are interested in adding one or more classic radios to their household, Watts suggests visiting the new California Historical Radio Society Museum — set to open in Alameda, California, in 2014 — or visiting online auction sites.
Antique radios as side tables
vintage radio...Radio as table...radios and trunk
The home of Bianca
Kempenaar says. "It’s got a Mad Men feel to it, with a foldout bar." The radio that sits on top was a gift from an elderly neighbor who recognized the buffet as being similar to one he had owned back in the '50s. “He received the radio as a wedding gift and wanted me to have it, so he donated it, and we
Kempenaar says. ‘It’s got a Mad Men feel to it, with a foldout bar.’ The radio that sits on top was a gift from an elderly neighbour who recognised the buffet as being similar to one he had owned back in the 1950s. ‘He received the radio as a wedding gift and wanted me to have it, so he donated it, and we