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I’ve come to the conclusion that you guys are too smart for me, but maybe this week’s mystery item will be a tough one. Any guesses as to what it is? Give us your best guess in the comments below. Hint: It would be a great addition to any room.


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12 Responses

  1. willgarden4food says:

    A thermal wall heater

  2. @jenbeth1973 says:

    an LED light bar?

  3. Anne says:

    Definitely a heating element… a radiator type thing

  4. CplusE says:

    Tubes Radiatori t.b.t. radiator:


  5. flummel says:

    A towel heater?

  6. Laurie Lavine says:

    Dump the Love it or List It show. What a phoney hoax of a show. The homeowners are always white trash who give a super small budget for the reno of a 90 year-old house then turn around and go way over their own home's value to buy another place. The end result of each show- 99 times out of a 100 they list their house and buy a home more expensive. The show always has a an unforseen major structural issue that needs repair but the homeowners never increase the reno budget. It is apparent these morons never get home inspections before they buy these houses. This is another dumb Canadian show. Cancel it. Please. One good thing- if you live in L.A. Houses in major cities in Canada are broken down garbage that no one has maintained for 60 years and yet the prices are higher than L.A.

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  8. Mary Wiseman says:

    It also might just be a towel holder ;-)

  9. Amy says:

    Definitely looks like some sort of towel warming / heating drying rack thing!

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