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Old 06-06-2005, 01:13 PM   #1
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I Want That!

Has anyone watched the "I Want That" show on HGTV? The show features some terrific products to decorate your home -- including all the latest appliances & lighting. Recently I ordered a tiled-wall sculpture, you can paint any color you choose. Another product was called FX sheeting. You can re-cover many surfaces (i.e.fridge, dishwasher, computer, desk top, etc.) with a chrome/metal look). If you don't get the show in your area, check out the HGTV website - I Want That.

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Old 06-06-2005, 01:15 PM   #2
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Never heard of it, but, I'll be checking into it. Thanks Mish
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Old 06-06-2005, 01:19 PM   #3
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Here's a sample of the FX sheeting. There are many other innovative ideas too. The ceiling light fixtures also caught my attention.

Exciting Surfaces
I Want That! : Episode HIWT-102 -- More Projects



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FXSheeting
Peel-and-stick laminate offers the look of real metal for any surface. Finishes include stainless steel, brushed aluminum and classic copper.

This is interesting (?) a Martini Light fixture
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LOL.. all I need is more "stuff" on my I WANT IT LIST!

Really, it sounds like a neat show. I'll check it out.
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mish i just saw that the other day !!! some guy was putting textured cardboard looking tile on his wall and spray painted them. i think they said they're removable?
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I don't want to see this show!

I've got too many "I want that" items on my wish list.
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Old 06-06-2005, 06:08 PM   #7
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mish i just saw that the other day !!! some guy was putting textured cardboard looking tile on his wall and spray painted them. i think they said they're removable?
Yep. Those are the ones. You can put them up permanently or temporarily. I ordered some double sided tape, so I can remove them w/o damaging the walls. They recommend 3M. The response was so overwhelming, from people who watched the show, the co. told me that they're on back order. Can't wait.
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it's a neat idea and it doesn't have to be permanent so i can see why it's on back order lol. i didn't get to see the whole show though, but i did manage to see that part of it.
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