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If you look closely you will see that the electrolux logo in this picture is superimposed and does not curve around the bulb shape. Also, if you own any electrolux appliances, you will also notice that they do not use blue ink on stainless or metal. The brand is a staunless on stainless logo. I think this is a fake - or at best a designer trying to get them to make one of his/her designs. Similarly, th eliability of a hot surface with no warning signs as designed here is something I doubt a brand like electrolux would want to make - especially since they have recently entered the USA market with a whole line of appliances. This just screams litigation.
Portable Fireplace by Electrolux | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
|11/28/09 1:53 PM|
I believe the people have spoken with regard to changing or damaging this by trying to modernize it, and I also agree. It is really simply too amazing to screw with. But that said I haven't seen alot of input about HOW to work with it.
Apartment Therapy New York | Ideas for Updating My Fireplace? Good Questions
|9/21/09 1:04 PM|
I disagree with the editor. Having installed both PAX systems and the Sliding Door Company doors, there can be little difference in quality between the better Ikea products and the Sliding Door Company door panels. Particularly when considering the variety of PAX doors which use anodized aluminum frames and glass (such as the "drammen"). The idea that because it is an IKEA panel it wil be cheap and not hold up to regular use is really misinformes when it comes to their wardrobe doors in my opinion.
Apartment Therapy New York | Can I DIY a Sliding Door? Good Questions
|7/31/09 10:05 AM|