December 8, 2013 Guest Post
When the winter season approaches, there’s nothing better than coming home after a long day at work to a cosy living room, where you can relax and unwind from the long day.
Trying to create a living room that’s cosy can be a difficult task, especially if the room you are working with large, has high ceilings or lots of windows.
To help you make your living room a cosy place to come home to each night, here are some top tips to help get you started.
November 25, 2013 Guest Post
Modern Bohemian Crystal Glass is a super-premium form of an ancient art that goes back thousands of years. Glass is a fascinating, dynamic medium that can run the gamut between simplistic and plain to intricate and modern, and is a creative and unique choice when selecting artwork for your home or office. Many people ask, however, not only what the difference is between glass and crystal glass, but are also interested in the history and process of glass making. This fascinating and ancient instrument for artistic expression has a long and detailed history, and can be looked to for many innovative and fantastical breakthroughs in art in the years to come.
December 9, 2013 Guest Post
Decorating with leather is by no means a new phenomenon. Leather work is one of the oldest crafts known to mankind and ever since hides became available for domestic use, we’ve been using them in our homes. There’s just something about the look, smell and feel of leather which brings a timeless, opulent feel to any room in your home.
A design classic
Invest in a statement piece of leather furniture, and you know you will still love it for years to come. Leather, more than any other fabric we use in our home, stands the test of time. Like a fine wine, leather furniture simply gets better with age – each new crease or change in colour signifying a history of use. A leather Chesterfield sofa or leather bedstead look stunning no matter how many times we change our interior design scheme around them.
This is not ordinary shaped coffee table, made of soft maple hardwoods and finished in a natural Tunk Oil. This coffee table completed With Book Storage. We can use it as coffee table and others function. With simple shape and small size make this coffee table easy in placement. Enjoy a cup of coffee while reading the newspaper or other job accompanied a cup of coffee. Really fun..
December 8, 2013 Contemporary House Design
Poteet Architects, Based in San Antonio, Texas. One of their work is hooper/abad residence.
As a novice gardener, you’ve probably not thought much about the pH of your soil, but it’s an important part of successfully growing vegetables. If you’re an experienced green thumb, you know that pH measures how much acidity or alkalinity is in your soil. Soil pH is important because it dictates how easily plants can take nutrients from the soil. Don’t worry: most plants have a wide pH range in which plants can thrive. But if you’re unsure, consult your trusty gardening book for the preferred pH for your specific plant.
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