Posted on December 4, 2009 by vedanga
Adding that special design element with a wall mirror or wall mirrors can be a great way to elevate your indoor spaces from ordinary to extraordinary. Wall mirrors serve as both decorative and functional aspects of home décor. Whether you’re working with a small sized room or a grand, palatial room, a mirror can do wonders to liven up your décor.
Wall mirrors are also a great way to brighten up any space since they reflect light. This is great for small spaces because a mirror will actually brighten the space and make it appear larger. That is why decorating with wall mirrors is ideal in places such as the entryway and bathroom where space is limited.
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Posted on November 24, 2009 by vedanga
by Chris Turley
Color is very important in anything that we create. It brings pictures and paintings to life. It also affects the mood of the people in many ways. Fast food chains use the shades red to entice their customer to eat. According to experts, red increases the appetite of a person.
In addition, other colors also influence the behavior of people towards work. This is why many organizations changed the design of the workplace.
Most interior designers also advise their client to befriend colors. Many are not comfortable with using it in their house because they fear that it will look odd. Although an interior designer would be a great help, not everyone are willing to incur the additional cost. Continue reading
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Posted on November 15, 2009 by vedanga
By Markus Skupeika
Nowadays, we all have been suffering from all kinds of pollution and still, all that we do is complain. Of course there are some concerned citizens forming certain organizations intended for preventing any kinds of pollution. But then again, it is everybody’s responsibility to maintain this planet’s safety and cleanliness.
One of the main causes of any pollution like in the water and air is caused by the chemicals that most households are utilizing especially for their home cleaning. We cant totally blame those who manufacture such cleaning products containing harsh chemicals which can not only bring about risks to the environment but also to the health of the users since it is hardly possible to produce such products without the aid of chemicals. With the use of chemically-enhanced cleaning products, you may have cleaned your house thoroughly but the toxins such products contain can affect water supply and the air you breathe through the drainage, sinks, toilets and the like where you let them flow or where you poured them down into as well as when you sprayed them into the air. These can directly and indirectly harm your family’s health as well as the welfare of your environment. If all or most of the people in your neighbourhood are using such products, then all of you are culprits to the damage that can cause the death of this planet. Continue reading
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Posted on October 26, 2009 by vedanga
By Michelle Pennington
Scared of the budget which is going to burn your pocket while decorating your beautiful house? Don’t worry. There are some easy, cheap decorating tips and guidelines which will not bite your pocket.
Everyone loves to have a house which looks attractive. Some of them would want to redecorate their house entirely to make it look new or you have moved in to a new house which requires decoration.
The first and foremost thought that has to be born in mind is the appearance or the style you want your house to have. There are different sources to look out for idea regarding decorating. There are different magazines available in the market with information, on how to decorate your house with cheap decorating tips. Another good source of information is of course the internet. There are bountiful numbers of websites which can help you with the ideas. We can decide with the budget once you chart out what is required for the interior, the color, the design or the quality.
Before shopping for the necessities like furniture, paint, lamps, curtains, picture frames, candle holders or any type of artwork, it is always better to note down how many pieces are required and the places they have to be placed. Making these prior decisions really curtails your expenses. To purchase the best products within the budget, you can always get some reviews online, which are very helpful. We also get good quality long-lasting paints at a low cost. Painting your wall is the easiest and cost effective decorating technique.
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Posted on September 13, 2009 by vedanga
vastu mandal: vastu's diagram for better living
The Vedic ages were full of scientific explorations in the ancient India. This place was the epicenter of many scientific discoveries. In addition to this, Vastu can be mentioned as the most glorious invention. It can be named as the scientific art of better living.
The term Vastu signifies the living space for the gods and human beings. In this modern age, this scientifically nourished art of Vastu has been recognized as the essential criteria for constructing living spaces that includes houses, business premises, and temples for the deities etc. Nowadays Vastu experts are great demand for advising the positive aspects of lands being purchased for constructing homes or business premises. Though, the Vastu applications are wide-spread in different dimensions but, we will take look at the most practical and useful tips for our homes: Continue reading
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Posted on August 30, 2009 by vedanga
Toy storage bins, wire racks, purpose-built closets, shelving systems – the options are endless when it comes to installing a storage system in your child’s bedroom. But how do you decide which option is best for your family?
We live in an age of accumulation and children seem to be the most diligent pack-rats of them all. Not surprisingly, as children’s lives these days revolve around a series of gift-giving occasions. If it’s not Christmas or a birthday, it’s party time or allowance day. Suffice it to say; there is a LOT of kid’s stuff around ALL THE TIME. It is, however, important for parents to remember that most, if not all, children aren’t born tidy and that a sense of order is something they have to be taught. Continue reading
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Posted on August 27, 2009 by vedanga
1. 20 Ways To Quickly Update Your Rooms
Just one change can make a whole heap of difference. Discover our favourite turnaround strategies for your rooms.
2. Choose A Theme
Giving a room a theme or defined style will make it look instantly smarter – and you don’t need to decorate to do it. Here, a few cushions, and a piece of wall art help evoke a touch of New England chic. However, approach this with caution – any room that’s over- or inappropriately themed (think Mexican hacienda in Essex) just won’t work. Keep it subtle and understated for success. Original Country Oak laminate flooring,Pergo.
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