Monthly Archives September 2016

Interior doors – trends and choices

Interior doors – trends and choices

The choice of interior doors is varied even when you opt for a turnkey home! But how to choose its interior doors? How to ensure that the doors that we choose will be in agreement with our interior? How to choose among the different dimensions, finishes and price? Here are a few tips.

Interior doors for a rustic Interior

Wooden doors fit in perfectly with a classic or rural interior. Among the wooden doors, there are doors in plywood and solid wood doors. These have style, but are not always given. For best results, you can make your interior doors custom solid wood. The oak doors are and remain a classic, but can also receive any other look after treatment. Lacquered doors are also quite successful. The painted doors are more affordable and remain a very good qualitative alternative.

Design interior doors

Glass doors make their comeback in the neat arrangements. This type of door is easily customizable. Dimensions on the grounds, the possibilities with glass doors are multiple. Folding doors and hinged doors also agree perfectly with a contemporary interior. A door swing between the floor and ceiling surface offers many possibilities and offers an elegant style. The last copies on the market are equipped with a spring mechanism incorporated into the door to avoid apparent between two pieces of ground joints. Unlike the classic style, this created a continuity between parts. For a sleek design, there are also flat doors that fully blend into the scenery. Their framework embedded in the wall and the use of invisible hinges make a flat door becomes invisible once closed. Recessed door handle is another novelty which is consistent with the minimalist trend. Sliding doors, are also a type of door perfectly according to a contemporary and uncluttered style.

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Moving Tips – Packing Tips for Moving

Moving Tips – Packing Tips for Moving

Moving to a new home is an exciting prospect, but can also be overwhelming when you are faced with the task of packing for your move. Organize ahead of time will help to put your mind at ease and will pay off in the end. Protect your valuables is a priority when packaging, so do not cut corners on packing materials. Allow yourself enough time and your move will be less stressful.

Deliveries
Collecting boxes and moving supplies several weeks prior to the date of your moving. Boxes can be purchased at your moving company or a packaging store. Some moving companies have a range of previously used boxes that they will give you. Specialty boxes, such as those for tableware and glasses, simplify packaging and protect your fragile items. Have a lot of packing tape and scissors markers available. Get a good supply of bubble wrap or newspaper to protect your valuables.

Organization
Before you start packing, a “moving notebook.” If you grab a box, write the content in your notebook. Number the boxes and label each box with the room that it came from. To simplify things for the movers, color code your boxes. Place a colored dot on each box, using one color for each room in your new home. Your new home, place the corresponding colored dots on rooms so the movers know where to put them.

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HOW TO DESIGN A JAPANESE GARDEN?

HOW TO DESIGN A JAPANESE GARDEN?

The Japanese gardens have a long history dating back to the 7th century. They were born with the idea of capturing the landscape in its natural form and today they have become one of the most important manifestations of the Japanese culture along with calligraphy and gastronomy. In Japan, the design of the garden is linked to the philosophy and religion and why shinto, Buddhism, and Taoism incorporated therein providing a spiritual dimension and turning it into a space that invites you to meditate and conveys a feeling of relaxation and serenity.

There are five types of Japanese Gardens:

The gardens with hills and bridges. They originated in China. Ponds represent the sea and the hills Islands. Lanterns, trees, bridges and ponds are mandatory elements.

Dry gardens. They are very simple and are typically used in small spaces. They reproduce natural landscapes in a more abstract way, through the use of rocks, gravel and sand used to symbolize mountains, Islands and rivers. Water is represented by gravel which will rake forming undulations to reaffirm the symbolism. They refer to the Zen philosophy and usually try to evoke a deeper meaning.

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5 types of wood furniture

5 types of wood furnitureToday I propose to you familiar with some types of wood furniture. Wood is the universal material par excellence, I have already tested it. It is durable, resists any room temperature although your care more expensive it, but the aesthetic value is very high.

Kinds of wood for your furniture
Wood furniture is a fixed point in all our houses. Some of any type and any model. Integrate to any style depending on the design, finishes, colors, etc. Such is the case of the rustic, well known by all. But almost no matter the style of decoration, there will always be a wooden furniture in interior decoration.

Cherry furniture
Cherry tree is a kind of wood which is mainly characterized by its reddish hues. Used in current furniture by the straight lines of the graph that has. Because of this is fine-grained and not too hard for what is used as a veneer to be mainly of agglomerates. Its maintenance is not more than with a soft cloth cotton and periodically some wood with waxes or oils cleaning product. Very important is the protection of the Sun to avoid discoloration.

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