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My aunt had an exposed radiator with just a small metal cover. My goal was to create a cover in the style of her formal dining area for a house built before 1904. The window is an excellent place for plants in the winter months. Accommodating the desire to grow plants, pink granite tiles were inserted in the oak-framed top. The front corner legs are at 45 degrees due it being a high-traffic area. The gold-tone punched metal allows the heat to pass through without any obstruction. The finish was a polyurethane over stained oak, providing a finished product in style with its surroundings.

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Comment by Joe White on January 31, 2015 at 11:19am

Absolutely beautiful work!

Comment by Dave Gilbert on November 30, 2014 at 5:42am

Super Nice job and great idea!!

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