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Stained glass window behind stove. Who is this?

Posted by deedles (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 24, 12 at 15:40

Losing my marbles. Whose kitchen has the stained glass window behind the stove? For the life of me I cannot pull the name out of my brain.

I'm specifically trying to find out about the range hood with the glass that you have. (Is that bad syntax? Maybe I was French in a former life)

Anyway... thanks in advance

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RE: Stained glass window behind stove. Who is this?

Angie DIY

Here is a link that might be useful: See Angie's window in this thread

RE: Stained glass window behind stove. Who is this?

Yup. Angie.

Thank you!

RE: Stained glass window behind stove. Who is this?

Umm, sorry I didn't see this until now. Thanks, local eater!

Here is a slightly different picture:
and the one in the other thread:

For posterity, this is a Miele da249-4. I wanted a glass hood, because it would be located in front of a window. However, it seemed like every other glass hood had an ultra-modern look to it, and this one looks to me like it could be older. (Clearly, it is still pretty modern, but, to me, it pays homage to an older aesthetic.) It is 625 cfm and 36" wide.

Deedles, if you have any other questions, lemme know!

RE: Stained glass window behind stove. Who is this?

Angie. I'm just looking at range hood for over my Chambers. Not sure if a glass one will fit the bill but I'm looking..
It looks great in your kitchen, though!

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