It’s easy being green when materials are as attractive as Elements by Durcon. Pure quartz and post-consumer glass are fused together through a unique manufacturing process. The result is a product suitable for the kitchen, laundry and bath. The surface is non-porous so it resists staining, such as food, juice or wine. Moisture and bacteria [...]
Fetching beds for our four legged friends. An often repeated question on decorating forums is where to find an attractive pet bed. We want our homes to reflect who we are and look their best, but that’s hard to achieve when Fido’s lair is tattered. This microsuede bed is reversible, so even the pups can [...]
Modern design blends functionality with comfort and beauty. It’s long been proven that a rocking motion brings health benefits – breathing slows, blood pressure falls and a pleasure center in the brain is stimulated. From babies to adults the rocking sensation brings about a sense of peace and comfort. Rock in style with the hip [...]
Twist has succeeded in combining design and environmental responsibility into cleaning alternatives. Earlier this week I posted imaginative solutions to the common kitchen dilemma – where the $%## do I put the paper towels?! For those who want to lessen their dependency on paper products or have been looking for alternative to the lovely, colorful [...]
Replace the ordinarily used rectangular mats with simple round ones for a fresh summer look. The first step in creating an understated yet elegant table is place mat selection. The natural materials of the hand dyed cotton [above] and hand felted [below] round mats bring interesting textures, soft shapes and subtle colors. Crafted by fair [...]
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