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PAGE 8 POST-GAZETTE, JULY 29, 20 6 Why Let' s Design It! by Jeanette Cataldo Let's Talk Acrylic Furniture ... go clear? Because there is power in transparency! Top it off with a cushion. Because you can see through clear acrylic furni- ture, it gives the appearance of taking up little to no space -- a helpful quality for small rooms in which maximizing space is a priority! It also showcases patterned rugs or floors and makes an object look like it is sitting on air. Color is fatal Acrylic side tables are per- fect for narrow spaces beside a sofa or chair. You can also find acrylic in Acrylic furniture is eye- several colors. catching with an icy presence, " Acrylic furniture is great yet subtle in appearance. ~ "~ !~' when you are decorating a Clear acrylic is a thermo- home office with limited space, plastic with the look of glass ~ ~ !ii ~!:' especially when practical sup- and the useful benefit of ] ~i " plies and equipment must be shatter resistance. Durable J ~i integrated into the design. and airy. ;ii Acrylic with a combination fill .... " i ~ of leather or wood or a cushion l :ii ' makes a statement. Icy presence - " subtle appearance. -- Need assistance putting it all together? CaU for a design consultation or stop by. CATALDO INTERIORS HOME 42 Prince Street, Boston, MA 02113 857-317-6115 Congratulations on your 121st Anniversary La Famiglia Giorgio's Ristorante 112 Salem Street - Boston's North End 617.367.6711 Private Functions Rooms - Party Platters Happy Anniversary ~ A CO-OPERATIVE B,ANK ' est Wishes 419 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 On your jdnni ersanj Member FDIC Member SIF -" Congratulations on your i 121st Anniversary, Post-Gazette! l)l from the , East Boston I Chamber of Commerce r2;;dh:;7~;~2 "~ 175 McClellan Highway, East Boston, MA 02128 Join today, ET: i611 5as69" sto000n.;hL e ;7;5tri9z' 2.;5et Website: www.eastbostonchamber.corn ost-Ga=ette for your continuous service to the Italo-._chnerican community for 121 gears. 3/olal da at Oc Cdlucci " Happy Anniversary C E N N A D 0,5 Norlh quart i ii i RISTORANT[ FINE ITALIAN DINING 5 NORTH SQUARE BOSTON'S NORTH END Tel: 617-720-1050 www. Under the new management of Gennaro who also brings you Caffd Vittoria and Florentine Cafe Buono Anniversario ! From America's oldest Restaurant In The Historic Quincy Market Area, Boston Delicious fresh seafood prepared to your discerning taste. Boston's favorite restaurant since 1826. st18 6 Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. Union Bar til Midnight 41 Union St. 617.227-2750 Functions Most Major Credit Cards Honored Valet Parking Reservations Recommended