Fabulous Finds #34
By Design Perspective on November 30, 2012
It's Friday! I know many of you are thankful for the weekend after getting back to a full work week after Thanksgiving. Why is it so hard to do so? I hope you enjoy this week's Fab Finds!!
I'm adding this book to my wish list, design book: Graphic Design and Architecture by Richard Poulin (you can buy here). This book looks so interesting as it shows the relationship of graphic design and architecture.
I saw the beautiful Brigitta Cocktail table by Amy Howard Collection in High Point, and I loved the scalloped raised lip, with accord detail in the center.
img via Amy Howard Collection
I saw these barstools in Country Living's November issue, and loved them in the kitchen they were in. These barstools are the Tractor Seat Stools by Wright Table. I had never heard of this company before, but they show at High Point, so I look forward to checking them out in April!
Battery Operated LED Wafer Puck Lighting System by Outwater is recommended for existing cabinets, drawers, or closets where electrical outlets are not readily accessible or cannot be readily installed. "The unobtrusive, ultra-low profile system can be surface mounted via the incorporated peel and stick tape, screws or available magnets. The system’s on/off plunger switch will provide 90 seconds of either warm white (3000k) or natural white (4000k) illumination before turning off. The timer can be turned off for continuous lighting."---For Residential Pros
img via For Residential Pros
Another option for your kitchen countertops is using metal, such as zinc. Mio Metals is one of the oldest zinc countertop fabricators in the America.
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