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Pedini Bathroom Design, Italian Bathroom Products

  Since 1957, Pedini has been a trendsetter in bathroom design and technology. Today, Pedini is not just a leader in the modern bathroom design arena but also a pioneer in the area of eco friendly bathroom production and green bathroom products. Since its debut, more than 50 years ago, Pedini has been at the forefront […]

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A New Looking Kitchen on a Slim Budget

  The cost to renovate a kitchen usually starts around $25,000 and can go up dramatically from there. In addition while all that expensive work is being done you’re usually left without a place  to prepare and cook meals. If you would like to have a new looking kitchen without the aggravation of having your […]

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Egg-Shaped Bathtub from Mastella

The Vov, an Italian bathtub design by Mastella, is a gorgeous, egg-shaped creation. The smooth organic form is available in pristine white, and can also be delicately shaded inside, in the pastel colors of spring. You can choose from violet, light blue or gentle pink, or none at all, should you prefer to focus solely […]

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Pedini Kitchen Design, Italian Kitchen Products

Since 1957, Pedini has been a trendsetter in kitchen design and technology. Today, Pedini is not just a leader in the modern kitchen design arena but also a pioneer in the area of eco friendly kitchen production and green kitchen products. Since its debut, more than 50 years ago, Pedini has been at the forefront of […]

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Armani Casa

“If you don’t know what to dress up for going out, then choose Armani.” This just shows how big success the Armani has achieved in the fashion dressing industry. People might not ever think that it will take part in the furniture industry. On September of 2000, when the Armani Casa Home Collection first came […]

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Rahimoana Villa in New Zealand

Rahimoana is the pre-eminent residential property in Australasia and this 46 acre estate epitomizes the lifestyle safe haven in a first world subtropical South Pacific paradise. The dramatic isolation of the site afforded unrestricted openness in design, allowing a seamless connection with the exterior, taking up 360° views of the landscape. The temple like pavilion […]

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