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Nothing like art to showcase a hotel's identity

Nothing like art to showcase a hotel's identity

The interior of a Alila hotel in Bengaluru, India. Hotel code managers are mining their internal art communities for all from impulse to installations. Seeking to interest to guests’ enterprise for new practice and mount out in a rival market, hotel code managers are mining their internal art communities for all from impulse to installations. “I consider a travellers currently […]

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How To Plant Wisteria

How To Plant Wisteria

Wisteria is a vine plant. It has fragrant blooms and will twist about and fill whatever space it is planted in. For this reason, when planting wisteria, be sure that the location where it will be has room fr it to spread and grow, as well as ample sunlight. Before planting he wisteria in the ground, be sure to have […]

December 2, 2014 at 5:34 am 0 comments

How To Grow Daffodils

How To Grow Daffodils

Daffodils are symbolic of the arrival of spring and the perfect flower to brighten the day with its plethora of white and yellow shades. These flowers should be planted in the fall and will bloom in the spring alerting the change of season. They can grow in the entire continental United States, except for Southern Florida. They are best planted […]

December 3, 2014 at 12:53 pm 0 comments

An Introduction To Japanese Zen Gardens

An Introduction To Japanese Zen Gardens

Japanese gardens are designed to reflect miniature landscapes. There are various types of Japanese gardens, with their roots in Asian history. Royal gardens for emperors were designed for esthetics and recreation. Temple gardens for monks were created for meditation and contemplation. The Zen style is a meditation garden. It is grounded in symbolism. White sand represents water. Large rocks stand […]

December 5, 2014 at 1:01 pm 0 comments

How To Draw A Garden Plan To Scale

How To Draw A Garden Plan To Scale

Designing the perfect yard can be a great exercise in creativity. Plotting out where every last plant and decoration is going to go makes establishing the cost of the design as well as help avoid mistakes when the garden is actually planted and the decorations set up. However, the first step is mapping out the borders of the yard as […]

December 5, 2014 at 5:02 pm 0 comments

How To Style A French Inspired House

How To Style A French Inspired House

The French style in home décor is both popular and easy to create. In just a few simple steps, you can adapt the French style to your home for a bright and fresh look. If there’s a keynote to French style in home décor, it’s simplicity. The French decorator’s goal is to focus the eye on strong and classical lines […]

December 6, 2014 at 4:07 am 0 comments

A Guide To Front Garden Design

A Guide To Front Garden Design

The front garden defines the house in a big way. It can be lovely to see and should attract everyone with a warm welcoming path to the front door. Having a well kept garden adds value to the property and provides a good first impression of the house. Although having a neat and beautiful garden can take work, there are […]

December 7, 2014 at 8:03 am 0 comments

How To Decorate A Loft

How To Decorate A Loft

Loft living is a whole lot of fun. For one, they are super spacious. The concept of a loft is very open, and you may find yourself surprised at what to do with all that space. Secondly, lofts are gorgeous. They typically have a lot of excellent architecture within those walls. Many lofts resemble warehouses which is a really cool […]

December 8, 2014 at 9:06 pm 0 comments

Top 5 Tips For A Vintage Inspired Living Room

Top 5 Tips For A Vintage Inspired Living Room

Vintage living rooms are something that many are envious of today. If you are a lover of all things vintage, you may find yourself dreaming of beautiful, retro living rooms similar to Lucille Ball’s or Laura Petrie’s. While this style may seem difficult to achieve, it is actually quite easy. Purchasing items from craft stores, antique shops, and thrift stores […]

December 9, 2014 at 2:40 am 0 comments

How To Clean A Bath Tub

How To Clean A Bath Tub

Oh, the bath tub. Large, unwieldy, and a absolute pain to clean. You are not the only one who looks at the tub with dread when cleaning day rolls around. The awkward hands and knees scrubbing, the fumes of whatever cleaner you are using, and the soap scum. Oh, that soap scum that never seems to come clean no matter […]

December 9, 2014 at 11:48 am 0 comments

How To Reduce The Energy Consumption Of Air Conditioning

How To Reduce The Energy Consumption Of Air Conditioning

During the warmer months of the year our energy bills can seem like they are shooting through the roof. And in some cases, this may be true. An increase in energy costs during the warmer months of the year is usually related to an increase in energy consumption from the air conditioner unit. This is because as the temperature outside […]

December 9, 2014 at 2:00 pm 0 comments
Summer Care for Houseplants

Summer Care for Houseplants

Melinda’s Garden Moments is listened Mon.-Fri. during 7:45 and 10:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. on WHAV. Help your houseplants summering outdoor get a many from their vacation.  You can keep them healthy and looking their best with only a small assistance from you. Help daunt millipedes, tablet bugs and other dirt insects from entering your houseplant containers.  Slip a pot […]

Brooklyn's new tech trend is creation Twitters for your residence plants

Brooklyn's new tech trend is creation Twitters for your residence plants

There’s a fiddle-leaf fig plant in Brooklyn that substantially has some-more Twitter supporters than you. Its name is a plant (@grow_slow) and it’s a work of Brooklyn tech oddball and Technical.ly Brooklyn fave Nicole He. Each day during 10:17 a.m. a design is taken of a plant and posted to Twitter. That’s it. You only watch a plant grow, slowly. […]

Green residence outcome – how residence plants can freshen your air

Green residence outcome – how residence plants can freshen your air

Marks Spencer Homeware Collection Geometric plant pots from Mia Fleur Vertical garden Copper plant pots from Cranmore Home Ikea indoor plant array Air-purifying plants From my grandmother’s indicate of view, plants belonged in a garden. There was no approach she would have brought one into a house. As a result, nobody in a family had any certainty with residence plants. […]

11 Hardy Houseplants You Can't Kill

11 Hardy Houseplants You Can't Kill

IPGGutenbergUKLtd/iStock Houseplants can do a lot for your home. They’re critical mood boosters. They freshen indoor air. And if you’re a small design-challenged, a reliable potted plant is a inexpensive and easy proceed to fill space beautifully though carrying to get too creative. Please, Mr. Postman Send me news, tips, and promos from realtor.com® and Move. The problem is, distinct that […]

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