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Studio Interior Decorating

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Daniel Lanois, Mar 30, 2002.

  1. I am searching for some inexpensive Persian rugs in Canada for a new studio I am putting together. Any advise on where I can get some nice ones near Hamilton with lots of red and gold would be very helpful.

  2. dynamo12

    dynamo12 Guest

    i had a few but they all flew away...
    great to see you here. best. Jo
  3. wink2k

    wink2k Guest

    I think its an imposter...
  4. This could be legitimate- the gentleman in question is from Hamilton, Ontario.
    In response to the question, Alexanian's is a well established carpet dealer who might be able to help you. They have a shop down on King St. You could also try calling Brant S., he always seems to have a friend who has a friend.
    Best of luck. Doc.
  5. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    Hey! How did you escape the Gender Room??!!!
  6. wink2k

    wink2k Guest

    I chewed through the syllablelaic restraints, tunnelled through an old post, tied some
    Quotes together and climbed down the exterior
    devils advocate wall.

    If he is from there, then logic asks why doesn't he already know of such places or friends or family that live there? Also, there are many Persian Rug stores right here in LA near the Beverly center. Remember the date today.
  7. I have met a lot of terrific carpet salesmen, but most of them were in Istanbul. If I remember correctly they even had special studio carpets, with tube technology to give them that warm sixties sound.
    What's so important about today's date? And why is it so unreasonable to think that a hugely successful, internationally renowned producer would register under his real name at a recording website to find carpets? Wasn't there a thread last week about which carpet/mic/mic pre combination for under $200 will get you that classic punchy sound with lots of airy highs and warm, crunchy mids and a bottom end that just won't quit? Have some faith! Doc.
    BTW If it really is Mr. Lanois none of us ain't gonna be eating lunch in this town again.
  8. Dave McNair

    Dave McNair Active Member

    Mar 6, 2001
    Go get em Doc.
  9. Sheesh, this thread is pitiful. Where's an admin when you need one ? Delete this crap.
  10. wink2k

    wink2k Guest

    I don't believe that someone of Mr. Lanois stature and resources would be wondering about where to find textiles in his home town. Especially as a first and only post.
    Also, it was probably an April FOOLS joke by someone else, hence the date comment by me.

    Mr. Candlish, what is it do you find so pitiful?
  11. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    Glad you made it out in one piece, "11", but on careful rereading I think it is clear Doc knew what you were referring to about the date - he was just extending the joke. :D
  12. radioprof

    radioprof Guest

    IKEA has the best Swedish Persian carpets
  13. wink2k

    wink2k Guest

    Thats some funny stuff godelttil!

    Well, if it were actually DL, he either does not have experience with BBS, or doesn't have the courtesy to reply to all the helpful folks here (this poster not included).
    OR, it is a HOAX, which is what I believe DL to be.
  14. quixzika

    quixzika Guest

    You get the MAX for the minimum...minimum price.
    You get the MAX for the minimum at TJ MAXX! They went into the home decor business around here OHIO and have lots of BIG FAT THICK Persian rugs. If you want a REAL persian rug, on of the IRanian doctors here wears a nice toupe. I can snag it for you. He's lost allah his hair. :D
  15. BINGO! :D

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