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Door Furniture Direct
- Decorative fittings on a door such as handles and plates
- Metal accessories for a door, including hinges, handles, locks, bolts, latches and strikers
- Door furniture (British and Australian English) or Door hardware (North American English) refers to any of the items that are attached to a door or a drawer to enhance its functionality or appearance.
- With no one or nothing in between
- directly: without deviation; "the path leads directly to the lake"; "went direct to the office"
- direct in spatial dimensions; proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short; "a direct route"; "a direct flight"; "a direct hit"
- By a straight route or without breaking a journey
- command with authority; "He directed the children to do their homework"
door furniture direct - Heath Zenith
Heath Zenith 57/M Wired Door Chime with Decorative Linear Cover, White
Heath Zenith 57/M Classic Decor Series, Wired Door Chime, White CoverHeath Zenith is synonymous with quality, integrity and innovation around the globe. They are committed to developing products that enhance their customer's lives through peace of mind, safety and convenience. Heath Zenith has been the leader in innovative and quality products for over 60 years.Heath Zenith 57/M Classic Decor Series, Wired Door Chime, White Cover Features:; Decorative Linear Design; White Cover; 8-Note Westiminister or Whittington; 1 Year Warranty; 10"w x 2.25"d x 5.5"h; D Sound; 87 Decibel Max
Heath Zenith's 57/M-C door chime is intended for hardwired installation, and may be used with one or two doors. It features two distinctive chimes, one for the back door and one for the front, so you'll know which door to head to. Powered by 16-volt AC transformer, sold separately (see Heath Zenith accessories #121AC-A and #122C-A).--Josh Dettweiler
What's in the Box
Chime, hardware kit
Dekada 40 2
Clean lines, geometric shapes, and shiny surfaces rule this modern condo living room. With its eye-catching red and black accents and subtle retro flavor, this living space definitely demands attention. White is the dominant canvas against which the red and black furnishings and accessories pop. Surfaces are kept sleek and shiny with the use of granite flooring, a glass tabletop, and finishes done with automotive paint. The white sofa with red buttons and stitching, custom-designed by the group and serving as this set-up’s main furniture piece, lends an air of invitation to would-be guests with its plush suede cushions. A black shelf and shaggy black rug provide a good contrasting backdrop for the sofa, and the rug adds warmth and softness to the design. An assortment of accessories completes the look, and finally, an acrylic arch stretching across the booth frames the entire room. The Firm Indigo Corporation is an organization of interior designers, architects, engineers and furniture consultants who have collaborated to render professional service in construction, interior works and furnishings. Founded by two licensed Interior Designers Jennifer De Dios and Kristine Neri who have shared skills and techniques in design and implementation which has opened more doors of opportunity leading to a design and construct work procedure. The founders’ background in interior design has been a direct aid in perceptively coming up with innovative furniture designs and accessories that are skillfully executed to finely complement the interior and users of the space. The Furniture The steady development of Indigo gave birth to a new business, Olive Circle Manufacturing Inc., which now spearheads the furniture manufacturing end of the business. Indigo furniture offers seamless pieces and also custom makes furniture. Original concepts and ideas are translated into furniture pieces to produce Olive’s distinct designer signature collections. Initially, Olive supplied furniture pieces directly to Indigo’s clients only but the demand to showcase more pieces became high. Olive then opened its first showroom aptly named INDIGO in May of 2004 at SM Megamall, Ortigas Center and became Indigo’s home for 2 years. The need for expansion pave the way in relocating INDIGO Showroom to its new home now at 102 Midland Condominium Gamboa St., Legaspi Village, Makati City. Indigo Showroom is now becoming one of the favorite furniture and lifestyle destination shop of architects, designers and clients alike.
The Perception of Doors
From the books the investigator directed my attention to the furniture. A small typing table stood in the center of the room; beyond it, from my point of view, was a wicker chair and beyond that a desk. The three pieces formed an intricate pattern of horizontals, uprights and diagonals—a pattern all the more interesting for not being interpreted in terms of spatial relationships. Table, chair and desk came together in a composition that was like something by Braque or Juan Gris, a still life recognizably related to the objective world, but rendered without depth, without any attempt at photographic realism. I was looking at my furniture, not as the utilitarian who has to sit on chairs, to write at desks and tables, and not as the cameraman or scientific recorder, but as the pure aesthete whose concern is only with forms and their relationships within the field of vision or the picture space. But as I looked, this purely aesthetic, Cubist's-eye view gave place to what I can only describe as the sacramental vision of reality. I was back where I had been when I was looking at the flowers-back in a world where everything shone with the Inner Light, and was infinite in its significance. The legs, for example, of that chair—how miraculous their tubularity, how supernatural their polished smoothness! I spent several minutes—or was it several centuries?—not merely gazing at those bamboo legs, but actually being them—-or rather being myself in them; or, to be still more accurate (for "I" was not involved in the case, nor in a certain sense were "they") being my Not-self in the Not-self which was the chair. —Aldous Huxley, The Doors of Perception, 1954 If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. —William Blake I even have a superstition that has grown on me as a result of invisible hands coming all the time - namely, that if you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living. When you can see that, you begin to meet people who are in your field of bliss, and they open doors to you. I say, follow your bliss and don't be afraid, and doors will open where you didn't know they were going to be. —Joseph Campbell
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The large micrometer head is designed for use with electronic equipment requiring ultra-fine adjustment for machine tools, fixtures, special gauges and tools, special mountings, or wherever micrometer accuracy in setting and adjustment is required. The micrometer head with 2-1/16" (52mm) thimble diameter have widely spaced 0.0001" or 0.002mm graduations. The micrometer head with 4-1/16" (103mm) thimble diameter have graduations up to 0.000050" or 0.001mm. Another highly useful feature is the spindle adjustment, which permits adjusting the spindle length approximately +/- 1/16" (1.5mm). If the spindle is to be located against a definite stop and a different zero position is required, first loosen the cap screw in the end of the thimble, position the spindle to the desired location, then holding the spindle in position, rotate the thimble to zero and retighten the cap screw. In achieving this adjustable feature, we have still retained our positive taper-lock large thimble bearing. This micrometer furnished with a speeder (not a ratchet) for quicker adjustment and having extremely hard and stable one-piece spindle for accuracy and long-life. These micrometers are micro-lapped measuring face for flatness and squareness. This micrometer uses for quick and easy adjustment.