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Jocelyn: Hi! Welcome to WATCHMOJO. I am your host Jocelyn and today we will be sharing the latest trends for your home. And today we are with Denis Dumas who is going to talk to us about this popular chair, FATBOY. Tell us about this product because it is so popular, it is so nice, everybody wants to have it.
Denis: Yes. Everybody wants to have a FATBOY and the motto is, “Everybody shouldn’t be with a FATBOY.” So yes, it is really comfortable. It keeps your shape and you can relax, you can put it like in any positions. A very popular product for teenagers and young professionals.
Jocelyn: We are here with Philip DeGeorge who is going to talk to us about a new transfer bathrooms. Tell us about these crazy designs.
Philip: We bring on the market new materials for example, this sink is made of dust of stone. It brings new form, new shape, new tendents and it is worth the design of the lights.
Jocelyn: So we are here with Nicole Smith who is gong to talk to us about her store, Abajour.
Nicole: It is like a fashion of lamps, lamp shades, yes.
Jocelyn: Tell us a little bit about the concept of your store because we see a lot of different shades, a lot of different models.
Nicole: The bring the lamp at the store. I sew them a lot of lamp shades, it is why I have 5,000 lamp shade in the store.
Jocelyn: Oh! My God.
Nicole: So very unique.
Jocelyn: So we are here with Andy Rust who is going to talk to us about this creative fire places. Please tell us about your design.
Andy: Well, what the fireplace is ours, they are an eco-friendly fireplace. There is no chimney. So what it does is, you are able to move it around being portable, portable means you can move it from inside to outside. You could bring it from one room to the next room. And what is really cool about it is that it actually burns ethanol.
Jocelyn: Who is your main clientele?
Andy: It is being sold in Europe, Australia, South Africa, Japan and it is just something new for North America.