Paradise awnings. Mission lamp shades. Iron drapery hardware.
- Eden: any place of complete bliss and delight and peace
- (Christianity) the abode of righteous souls after death
- Paradise (Old Persian: pairidaeza) is a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and timeless . It is conceptually a counter-image of the miseries of human civilization, and in paradise there is only peace, prosperity, and happiness.
- (in some religions) Heaven as the ultimate abode of the just
- An ideal or idyllic place or state
- The abode of Adam and Eve before the Fall in the biblical account of the Creation; the Garden of Eden
- A sheet of canvas or other material stretched on a frame and used to keep the sun or rain off a storefront, window, doorway, or deck
- (awning) A rooflike cover, usually of canvas, extended over or before any place as a shelter from the sun, rain, or wind; That part of the poop deck which is continued forward beyond the bulkhead of the cabin
- An awning or overhang is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas woven of acrylic, cotton or polyester yarn, or vinyl laminated to polyester fabric that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminium, iron or steel, possibly
- (awning) a canopy made of canvas to shelter people or things from rain or sun
paradise awnings - Cabana Cabana
Cabana Cabana Color: Paradise Grove, Mesh Panel: No
BCABANA+-Paradise Grove Cabana Color: Paradise Grove, Mesh Panel: No The Beach Chair Umbrella Collection is a nice way to stay in the shade between tanning sessions while at the beach. Choose from a variety of colors to match your outdoor decor. The Push Up lift makes it easy to raise and lower the 7 1/2' umbrella. Features: -Fits two side by side standard chaise lounges -Made with Marine Grade Acrylic fabric -Comes in a variety of standard colors and at an additional charge in Premium and Designer Colors -Mesh panel (for added wind resistence available for an additional cost -Aluminum hardware -1/2 diameter Aluminum ribs with mill finish -For commercial or residential use -Dimensions: 67''H x 80''W x 67''D -Cabana weighs 25 lbs Product Warranty FiberBuilt Umbrellas, Inc. warranties their fiberglass ribbed and all wood umbrellas, as well as all bases, cabanas and upholstery work for a period of one year, to the original purchaser, against defects in materials and workmanship. Additionally, the fiberglass support ribs are warranted for three full years. For warranty to apply, all umbrellas must be secured within bases of weights equal to or greater than those specified. Though our umbrellas have successfully passed wind tests up to 53 mph, FiberBuilt does not recommend allowing umbrellas to remain open during storms. Customer is responsible for taking the umbrella down when winds reach unsafe conditions. Normal care and maintenance of products is required to insure years of problem free use. Should repairs be necessary within the warranty period, FiberBuilt Umbrellas, Inc. will replace or repair(at its discretion) the defective ribs at no extra charge. This warranty does not cover the umbrella pole, crank or tilt. This warranty does not cover acts of God, abuse, misuse, or any vandalism incurred to the umbrella frame after purchase, nor does it cover customer's own material. This warranty does not provide coverage or reimbursement for loss of use, time, inconvenience
A Metroland Art Deco Villa in White - Coonans Hill
This cottage style villa with its low slung tile roof in a mixture of shades, white stucco work and picked out brown and red feature bricks in geometric patterns may be found in the Melbourne suburb of Coonans Hill. Houses like this were popular amongst the newly moneyed middle-class who could finally afford to buy their own homes. Comfortable and cottage like in the Metroland style of interwar Art Deco architecture so popular in Australia during the late 1920s, this house and many others like it represented stability and respectability, without being showy. The owners of this villa were obviously well off enough to have a motorcar as a small garage matching the house appears to the right of the photo at the end of a driveway. The garage sill features its original doors with small, square windows. This house has an appropriately charming cottage garden with standard roses and a bird of paradise plant, which judging by its size, was probably planted when the house was first built.
Montreal's Sainte Catherine Street: Technicolor.
I photographed, section-by-section, many blocks of Sainte Catherine Street in the western and central parts of downtown Montreal, in order to do Autostitch panoramas. This block, which is the north side of Sainte Catherine's between Chomedy and Du Fort, was moved to the front of my queue because I know someone who works for Technicolor somewhere else in the world and I wanted to show him a street-level shot of where Technicolor is located in Montreal (okay, it's actually one of a couple of different locations in the city).
Ruthless corporate raider Matthew Farrell was poised to move in on the legendary department store empire owned by Chicago's renowned Bancroft family. In the glare of the media spotlight, it was a stunning takeover that overshadowed the electric chemistry between Matt, once a scruffy kid from steel town Indiana, and cool, sophisticated Meredith Bancroft. Their brief, ill-fated marriage sparked with thrilling sensuality -- he was the outsider who dared to rock her country club world -- and ended with a bitter betrayal. Now, locked in a battle that should be all business, dangerous temptations and bittersweet memories are stirring their hearts. Will they risk everything on a passion too bold to be denied?