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Tips For Aesthetically Pleasing Interior Design In Hotels

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If you own a hotel or are responsible for decorating it, there is a good chance that you want to make sure that your hotel interior is inviting and will cause people to want to stay for extended periods of time. Here are some tips for decorating the interior of your hotel so that it looks aesthetically pleasing and is functional. 1. Put Your Money Into Lighting Design You might be tempted to decorate your hotel for as cheap as possible and there are certainly many areas of interior design that you can afford to skimp on, but the one area that you should be willing to spend a lot of money on is lighting design. Read More»

How To Care For Your Reclaimed Wood Dining Room Table Finished With Beeswax

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Beeswax is a common finishing material that may be used on reclaimed wood to enhance the natural look and feel of the material. As a wood finishing product, beeswax sits on top of the wood rather than penetrating it. This leaves the wood a natural color that allows all of the scratches, grooves and natural idiosyncrasies of the table to be easily seen. Knowing how to take care of reclaimed wood dining room furniture that has been finished in this way can help you keep your dining room table looking its best for years to come. Read More»

Using the Proper Packaging Methods to Protect Your Craft Product Shipment

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When starting your own crafting business, you will often create products that are very expensive. The worst thing imaginable is to ship something that breaks, not only forcing you to provide a refund, but also leading to your brand being damaged. The key is to use packaging methods that will ensure that your products arrive in one piece. Protecting the Craft from Moisture If the product is vulnerable to moisture, you should place it in a plastic package to protect it from moisture. Read More»

How To Cover-Up A Deep Scratch In A Wood Table Top

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A deep scratch on a nice wood table top can scar the finish. Here is how you can cover-up a scratch that has dug down deep into the top of your wood table without refinishing the entire surface of the table. You Will Need: Small Tip Paint Brush Wood Stain Polyurethane Finish Long, Thin Stick Sanding Block Ultra Fine Sand Paper Rag Stain the Scratches You should apply a layer of stain that matches the color of your table surface into the scratch. Read More»

How To Properly Care For Your Oriental Rugs

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Oriental rugs are beautiful works of art. Each one has its own style and personality, and will bring a unique look to your room. In order to keep your oriental rugs looking beautiful, it’s essential that you care for them properly. Here are a few tips to help you do just that. Have your oriental rugs professionally cleaned. The materials and dyes used in oriental rugs are often quite sensitive. They may react poorly to a standard laundry detergent or if exposed to water for too long. Read More»

How To Utilize An Extra Bedroom

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Do you find yourself with the wonderful problem of not knowing what to do with an extra bedroom? Perhaps you are now an empty-nester, or you still have children living at home and you have an unused room. Here are some ideas for you to consider so that you can make the room work for you. A Guest Room - The obvious use might be to decorate the extra space as a guest bedroom. Read More»