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Just bought this for the Library

http://www.suneli-usa.com/products.asp?id=177

Went with the Cherry as colored in the shelf and mirror drawers

Now I just gotta get the Stone Tile and the shitair will have its new look

Oh yeah - Went with the Danze Faucet - Link is acting weird so I cannot get it to stay

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i just redid my entire bathroom (almost done) and went with Danze all the way around... I am very impressed with the quality, but have to be honest I have heard mixed reviews, a friend put danze in his kitchen and said after only 1 year the finish is peeling. It has a lifetime warrenty, but he said after going with danze in the kitchen they went with Meon throughout the rest of the house...

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i just redid my entire bathroom (almost done) and went with Danze all the way around... I am very impressed with the quality, but have to be honest I have heard mixed reviews, a friend put danze in his kitchen and said after only 1 year the finish is peeling. It has a lifetime warrenty, but he said after going with danze in the kitchen they went with Meon throughout the rest of the house...
Thx for the tip Bro but I have a 3 yr arm on my joint now and am 2 yrs into it so I am beginning the "fix up to sell" projects.

I will clear some okay coin on this place and look to move into a 2 bdrm after that - Gotta love the DT Highrise way of life

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Thx for the tip Bro but I have a 3 yr arm on my joint now and am 2 yrs into it so I am beginning the "fix up to sell" projects.

I will clear some okay coin on this place and look to move into a 2 bdrm after that - Gotta love the DT Highrise way of life
in a downtown pad that should look really nice, i wanted to do something like that in my bathroom, but being a sleepy town in the burbs, and the fact that I am on a 5 year arm, and don't anticipate being here at the end of that arm... I needed something that would give me the right look / feel in my house.

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in a downtown pad that should look really nice, i wanted to do something like that in my bathroom, but being a sleepy town in the burbs, and the fact that I am on a 5 year arm, and don't anticipate being here at the end of that arm... I needed something that would give me the right look / feel in my house.
Thanks man, I hope so - Caught a massive 50% off on everything - The Suneli set up is like 2 g's, got it for 1 and the Danze was like 2 hundie, got it for 1 so I am happy

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Thanks man, I hope so - Caught a massive 50% off on everything - The Suneli set up is like 2 g's, got it for 1 and the Danze was like 2 hundie, got it for 1 so I am happy

very nice... the danze stuff for my bathroom was like $700, but I am doing the entire bathroom, so that was two shower heads, all the valving, the faucet for the sink, and all the wall pieces (towel bars, rob hooks, toilet paper dispencer, hand towel hook, etc)

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very nice... the danze stuff for my bathroom was like $700, but I am doing the entire bathroom, so that was two shower heads, all the valving, the faucet for the sink, and all the wall pieces (towel bars, rob hooks, toilet paper dispencer, hand towel hook, etc)
WOW - Much bigger than my lil Water Closet - Good luck man

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