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Building Materials You Could Use For an Eco-Friendly Home

Posted by on Oct 20, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Building Materials You Could Use For an Eco-Friendly Home

If you are looking to construct a residence and would like to reduce the impact of your construction on the environment, you should consider eco-friendly building materials. These materials may not completely eliminate the release of carbon emissions and other toxins in the air, but you will have contributed to the decrease of your individual carbon footprint, which can go a long way in environmental conservation. Below are some of the building materials that you could consider for the construction of your eco-friendly home. Bamboo One of the...

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Four Crucial Things to Remember When Choosing Outdoor Furniture

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Four Crucial Things to Remember When Choosing Outdoor Furniture

Many people seem to allocate a lot more time when it comes to choosing furniture for their living, dining and sleeping areas as opposed to their outdoor patios. For some reason, they seem to consider those outdoor areas as something of an afterthought. However, when spring begins to turn to summer much more time will be spent outside and thus it’s important to choose these products carefully. What should you think about when planning for outdoor furniture? Designers advocate that you should bear in mind four crucial factors and these...

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The Pros and Cons of Seagrass Carpeting

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Pros and Cons of Seagrass Carpeting

You may be wondering about replacing your old carpets with seagrass carpeting as a floor covering for your home.  But what are the pros and cons of seagrass?  Read on for a helpful overview. What’s good about seagrass carpeting? If you want to go green, then seagrass could be the floor covering option you’re looking for.  It’s derived from grass and reeds that are sun-dried, and then transformed into yarn and woven into mats and carpets.  The whole process leaves a very small carbon footprint in...

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Getting Your Furniture Custom-made

Posted by on Sep 15, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Getting Your Furniture Custom-made

There are many benefits to having custom furniture made for your home or office. Unique pieces in your space can help to cement your decorative theme and personal style. Just like a custom-made dress is better in fit and form compared to a dress mass-manufactured and bought off-the-rack, custom furniture can give you better aesthetics and functionality. The following are a few factors to consider if thinking about custom furniture for your next purchase. 1. What is my budget? Custom-made furniture isn’t necessarily more expensive than...

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Four Things to Know If You Want to Include Teak Furniture in Your B&B

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Four Things to Know If You Want to Include Teak Furniture in Your B&B

Wondering if you should include teak furniture in your bed and breakfast or not? Well, there are actually a surprising number of reasons you should incorporate teak furniture into your decorating scheme, and there are multiple different ways you can include this type of furniture. Take a look at these facts and ideas: 1. Teak furniture requires minimal maintenance. As a bed and breakfast owner, you need to focus on marketing your property, making your guests comfortable, cooking breakfast and other aspects of running a B&B. You...

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