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There is certainly nothing as good as spending a leisurely summer time afternoon on your back yard deck. Having a fire pot, tiki torch, or fire bowl can also add a pleasant laid back, soothing feeling. Similar to a campfire, they tend to promote social discussion. Continue reading
After you have bought a new house you’re in a very fortunate position. You can think about all your choices of living room furniture and select the excellent items to convert the gleaming new house in a shiny comfortable home. It is possible to work out the full design and style theme through the wall colours and textures to the floors, lights and furnishings. You have a brilliant possiblity to enhance your new home and even more importantly your life. Continue reading
Successful and properly executed home remodeling creates a two-fold outcome. It modernizes those rooms that are in need of either structural or cosmetic repair, making your home a more comfortable, efficient, and classier environment. A nicer and more attractive home, coupled with an increased value, is a win-win situation. Home remodeling also increases the value of your house; this is beneficial if you are planning on selling your home in the future. Whether you hire a contractor, or attempt the remodeling jobs with a Do It Yourself mentality, if your house is in need of modernization and updates, renovation is always a good idea. Continue reading
The post WWII, also called mid-century, was characterized by a positive way of thinking and the desire for a better future.
Architects and designers caught this hope and desire designing wider and brighter house plans considering the outside as an important part of them. The presence of wide living spaces -with big glass windows communicating with the landscape- where people could enjoy their time together were, then, the main characteristic of mid-century houses. Continue reading