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A Little Black Dress Practical Yet Elegant

23rd January 2012
A little black dress is, in fashion-speak, a must. It is said Coco Chanel invented the concept but if she did, numerous other designers have made it a trademark. No matter who coined the phrase, before Chanel reinvented fashion, dresses were anything but ... Read >
Author: Elaine

Ready Made Silk Curtains

19th September 2011
Why use faux silk when real silk is available. Now, one can get readymade silk curtains too in innovative designs and patterns. They complement the overall furnishings and upholstery of the home. Readymade draperies are convenient to handle-select, buy, o... Read >
Author: Johnsmith1231

How to Choose Window Treatments For Oversized Or Irregular Windows

12th August 2011
New build properties are being built with some beautiful, large and irregular-sized windows in many houses. These windows are absolutely beautiful and they give so much natural light coming into the room. They can be very dramatic and can be the focal poi... Read >
Author: colaies voucher

Kids Décor - Creating Private Space in Shared Kids’ Rooms

16th November 2010
Sharing a bedroom with a sibling can be fun for many children, but inevitably, issues arise about kids decor and personal space. Privacy becomes more important as children age; by the age of ten or eleven, most kids who share a room are begging to sleep o... Read >
Author: Cupcakeorama

American Artists - Painting Cloth-Less Females, Women Wearing No Clothes

31st August 2010
Antonio Parreiras (1860-1937) was a Brazilian painter. To his credit, he has historical artworks and paintings of females painted in their natural beauty. Under influence of European artists, he had done landscape painting, too. He painted beautiful natur... Read >
Author: Quentin Moss

Window Shades Help To Develop A Sound Dampening Solution In Buildings

12th June 2009
Lately, people are spending more hours in the office than ever before. It is important then to have a comfortable office if we are to increase our productivity. This means less or no distractions at all. It is a fact that the busier the world gets, the hi... Read >
Author: Judith Persit

The Side-Effects of Aging Are Avoidable… Here's How!

03rd July 2006
One of the greatest misconceptions in this country is people thinking that they know how they're going to age. Believing that they're going to get old, weak and just rot away. The truth is that you don't know. And you probably have the wrong picture in yo... Read >
Author: Harry Lodge
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