The tips you need for cleaning your lampshades

February 1st, 2016
Alec Rogers

How to clean your lampshadesYou are probably happy with your present decorations at home – a stylish lamp is a thing you should not miss in order to add some extra exquisite look in your living room. But how often you tend to clean the lampshades? It’s not a secret that they are usually neglected. Anyway, check out these tips you may find useful.

  • First of all, consider wearing  gloves, because you may leave oily fingerprints and this is not the result you are looking for. Read the rest of this entry »

How to clean marble and granite floors like a pro?

January 21st, 2016
Tony Samic

Marble and granite floor cleaning tipsMarble and granite are known as two of the most durable materials and it is not a coincidence that their properties have been known to people for centuries. Today, marble and granite are a top choice when it comes to flooring as their maintenance is relatively easy and inexpensive provided you are aware of the right cleaning technique. If you are about to install marble or granite flooring at your home or your commercial building, the first thing you have to remember is that you cannot just grab a random cleaning agent and start scrubbing. Below you will find the proper approach towards keeping the good condition of your floors. Read the rest of this entry »

Hardwood vs laminate vs engineered floors. What’s the difference?

January 14th, 2016
Susan Williams

Hardwood vs laminate vs engineered floorsNowadays, there is such a great variety of flooring materials that you might find yourself spoilt for choice. If you are determined to start a home renovation project which includes installing a new floor, you probably hesitate between hardwood, laminate and engineered flooring. There are the three types that managed to become widespread and widely preferred due to their great characteristics. Basically they are suitable for both private homes and commercial buildings but if you want to make an informed decision, you’d better read on: Read the rest of this entry »

5 uses for dish soap

January 5th, 2016
Jamie Morton

Dish soap usesToday, no housewife can imagine maintaining the household in an excellent condition without the help of the dishwashing liquid. Its incredible properties made it irreplaceable not only when it comes to washing dirty dishes but in many other house chores. Dish soaps are inexpensive and yet effective so they are one of the most popular cleaning solutions for a reason. Many manufacturers even add essential oils and other substances intended to protect your skin and deodorize the treated area. Here are the main dish soap applications: Read the rest of this entry »

Fan in Feng Shui – the symbol of eternal life

December 18th, 2015

eternal life symbol fan Fan is one of the favourite symbols in Feng Shui. It represents the eternal life. So, if you don’t have a fan already, make sure you buy one, two … or more. Choose the ones you like and attract you the most. Trust your intuition.

You can use it not only in the hot days, while being at the beach. Decorate your home with some beautiful fans! Check out what you need to know in this regard: Read the rest of this entry »

7 incredible advantages to have a roommate

December 11th, 2015
Alec Rogers

roommate edvantagesLiving with a roommate can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. You might hate them when they use all the hot water or when they leave dirty dishes at the sink, but no one can deny that your rent is exponentially cheaper. If you are lucky enough you can share your apartment with your best friends, which will certainly help you get along with each other. Read the rest of this entry »

Yellow color in the interior of the bathroom

December 4th, 2015
Tony Samic

yelow color for bathroomThere are colors that look great in all seasons of the year and just don’t go out of fashion. Such color is yellow. It can give the old boring bathroom fresh and cheerful appearance. Here are more details:

One of the advantages of using yellow in the bathroom is that it will fit very well with any interior theme and it will highlight it. Read the rest of this entry »

How to achieve the perfect nursery for your kid?

November 27th, 2015
Susan Williams

nurcesry design ideasNursery really provokes the imagination for the parents, but young children too quickly lose their interest. The most practical way to achieve ideal kid’s room is through accessories. They can be removed as soon as the child grows older. Firstly, before any purchase, make sure that the chosen room is suitable for a baby. Keep in mind that it grows very quickly. The interior is also important for the formation of the children’s character. Here are more details: Read the rest of this entry »

How should I clean my glasses?

November 20th, 2015
Jamie Morton

glasses cleaning tips

Glasses are not only important, but often mandatory and very necessary accessory. They can serve its owner long enough, so he should take a good care of them. Basic care for glasses includes their proper cleaning. Glasses are cleaned only with wipes intended for this purpose or with a very soft towel. Here are more details:

  • Many people mistakenly use for cleaning of their glasses their clothes or a towel. This way, they don’t clean well, plus small particles remain on them. A rough fabric can even scratch the delicate glass. Read the rest of this entry »

5 mandatory items for every home

November 13th, 2015

mendatory items for homeTo furnish your home in the most aesthetic and modern way, you need an expert advice. But you do not need professional intervention for the choice of some items that should be present in every home. Each residence is the incarnation of the inner world of man. It can show the hidden anxieties and conflicts. On the other hand, housing can affect your perception and your self-esteem. The home items here below will create a good impression of you in front of your guests, because everyone pays attention to the way in which you furnished your home and to the belongings that you’ve chosen.

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