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GLASS TOP CAFE TABLE. GLASS TOP


GLASS TOP CAFE TABLE. SOLID WOOD KIDS TABLE. T SHIRT FOLDING TABLE.



Glass Top Cafe Table





glass top cafe table






    glass top
  • Any table whose playing field is covered by a sheet of glass. Prevalent in pubs in England.

  • This refers to a foosball table that is topped with glass.





    table
  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting

  • postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"

  • a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"

  • Postpone consideration of

  • a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"





    cafe
  • The Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) are regulations in the United States, first enacted by US Congress in 1975, and intended to improve the average fuel economy of cars and light trucks (trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles) sold in the US in the wake of the 1973 Arab Oil Embargo.

  • Corporate Average Fuel Economy

  • a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold

  • A cafe ( or ), also spelled cafe, may in the United States mean an informal restaurant, offering a range of hot meals and made-to-order sandwiches, , while in most other countries it refers to an establishment which focuses on serving coffee, like an American coffeehouse.











glass top cafe table - Boca Rattan




Boca Rattan Amarillo-Delta Glass Top Cafe Table


Boca Rattan Amarillo-Delta Glass Top Cafe Table



The Amarillo Cafe Table is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet cup of coffee in the morning, or glass of wine at night. It\'s small size means it fits perfectly into breakfast nooks, small kitchen areas and patios. It\'s sleek glass-top and durable rattan construction with rugged leather bindings mean this table will serve your home well, in both style and function, for years to come. Enhance your home with the simple beauty of this cafe table from the furniture experts at Boca Rattan. Rattan is one of the oldest materials used to make furniture. Rattan is a vine, found in Southeast Asia. Typically rattan can grow up to 500 feet in length with a diameter up to 2 inches. When harvested, the vine is cut at the base, so that the vine can continue to grow and be harvest again. The rattan is then sorted by length and diameter. Every bit of the vine is used. Unlike bamboo, which is hollow, rattan is solid and thus can be joined together by screws and then bound by leather to strengthen the joints and to aesthetically camouflage it. To get the desired shape of the furniture, the rattan is soaked and steamed in water, so that the vine is flexible and can be moulded into the desired shape of the furniture. Recommended regular cleaning: It is recommended that a gentle bi-weekly or monthly cleaning is the best way to protect your furniture and keep it looking its best. We recommend vacuuming with a brush attachment to remove dust. For surface cleaning, dilute a small amount of dishwashing soap in some warm water. Remove excess bubbles from the top of the water, dampen a cloth and gently wipe the furniture\'s surface without getting the wood too wet. Be sure to get into crevices and grooves with a toothbrush or other small soft brush on a periodic basis










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Cafe Breakfast




Cafe Breakfast





Le Petit Cafe, GulangYu Island, Xiamen, China
There is a narrow sidewalk just on the other side of the little white wall where construction workers kept passing amid the strolling tourists.

CAFE BREAKFAST VILLANELLE
-written to a line by Kenneth Fields, (aka buster/ken)
“The hilarity of those who can come and go...”

Chinese seaside cafe. Pretty umbrellas.
Breakfast food foreign to China
Coffee, omelets, toast & butter.
Chat exchanged in four languages.
A man goes by pulling a cart full of broken concrete.

Morning talk interrupted.
Cell phones, text messages
Blackberries still doing business.
“How to say ‘waiter’ in Chinese?”
Soon another full cart pulled by a local man.

Table- top still life. Plates, cups, sweating glasses,
knives, forks, spoons and no quai xi (chopsticks).
Two expensive cameras, three cell phones, journal,
A Chinese-English, English Chinese dictionary.
Another man goes by pulling a cart full of broken concrete.

Someone brings up swine flu.
“Our entire plan was detained on landing in Shanghai.”
“Do you think this water has been boiled?”
“Really, we should Google W.H.O.”
Soon another full cart pulled by another local man.

More lattes. Levity returns
Photos of each other against the ocean.
Laughter, food & coffee - one easy language.
'The hilarity of those who can come and go.'
Another man goes by pulling a cart full of broken concrete.
Soon another full cart pulled by a local man.

- by Karin Faulkner
a.k.a. RoomWithA View












Home under glass




Home under glass





OMSI provided the cafe table, and four Senior Capstone students provided the teamwork to create a model solar-powered house under glass.

The dimensions—29.5” wide by 42.5” long by 1.5” thick—proved extra challenging, says the students' adviser, Christof Teuscher, an engineering and computer science professor. But the students prevailed. The power of 20 solar cells charge a 12-volt battery that activates 10 lights in the home, as well as two LCD displays that show power generation and consumption. A small micro-controller thinks for the system.

The idea for displaying the solar house was to actually use it as a cafe table: You put your tray on the glass top, which darkens the interior of the six-room house and causes the lights to come on. OMSI, a frequent partner in PSU student projects, decided the design wasn't quite right for it to work as a public display, but that’s all part of the learning process, says Ben Fleskes, OMSI exhibit design and production director.

PICTURED: (left to right) Kris Womack, Nikolay Demchenko, Scott Harrison, and Matt Stark built an interactive display of household energy use within a cafe table.









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