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Decorating Tips to Help Your Small Space Feel Bigger

25th July 2012
Most people, at one point in their life, live in a home that is smaller than they would like. Whether you live in an apartment in a big city, or have just bought a new starter home that may not have quite the square footage you thought you could afford, m... Read >
Author: Lawrence Reaves

Sightseeing 101: Taking Your Best Vacation Photos Ever

14th November 2011
Sightseeing can be fun any time of the year, but summertime is really a particularly popular time for you to visit the sights and capture memories that are deserving of preserving while using beautiful picture frames. Nearly any family vacation involves s... Read >
Author: Autumn

The Beautiful Reflections of Sebastian Rudko on View at Agora Gallery

14th December 2010
Chelseaís Agora Gallery will feature Polish artist, Sebastian Rudko, in Sensorial Realms. The exhibition is scheduled to run from December 16, 2010 through January 7, 2011 (opening reception: Thursday, December 02, 2010). The pervasiveness of nature sh... Read >
Author: Amanda Aaron

Applying Window Tint To Low E Glass

15th October 2010
Many homes, typically in homes in cold climates, come installed with Low E glass. Low E stands for low emissive, which in turn means glass thatís quality of surface radiates, or emits low levels of radiant energy. The term emissive is a value given to mat... Read >
Author: InVision Tint

What To Look For When Buying Good Sunglasses?

10th March 2009
Sunglasses have become a staple of our daily fashion accessories. Some times ago what people needed were nice watches or jewellery, but nowadays items like sunglasses, hats, and scarves are becoming more and more important. Sunglasses, of course, also ful... Read >
Author: Debra Brian Hunt

The Phases Of A Sunburn, Important Facts That You Must Know

01st December 2008
Sunburns are caused by exposure to too much ultraviolet (UV) light. UV radiation is a wavelength of sunlight in a range too short for the human eye to see. UV light is divided into three wavelength bands - ultraviolet A (UVA), ultraviolet B (UVB) and ultr... Read >
Author: John Russell
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