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Furniture that’s Good for Your Back

It is expected that, at some point during our lives, more than 80% of people are expected to experience back pain. What can we do about it? How can we prevent experiencing this kind of pain? One place that you can certainly minimize the possibility of back pain is your …

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Wicker as Material for Furniture

We’ve all heard of wicker at some point in our lives. If you haven’t, no, it’s not part of Wicca or wicked. It’s actually a technique of weaving materials like rattan, cane, or bamboo. The word “wicker” comes from the words vika and vikerwhich mean “to bend” and “willow” in …

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5 Hacks & Tricks for Healthier Bedroom

Our Rest Area The bedroom is the quiet zone of our apartment. Its location, decor, color scheme and comfort determine how well we recover in our sleep. In addition, the room temperature and humidity should be regulated so that a comfortable climate is created. In addition, there is a lot to consider when …

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9 Smart Ways for Remodeling Your Kitchen

A kitchen is not only about floor space and the utensils. It goes beyond the cabinets and the backsplash. To achieve a smart cost-effective kitchen remodeling project, you must consider, examine and employ some techniques. When aiming to achieve your long-term goal of a comfortable and appealing kitchen, closely consider …

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3 Reasons that electricity ratings matter

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Electrical power is important in everything we do, from home lighting to industrial production. In spite of its usage in everyday life, there are too many aspects to energy that make it important to scrutinize the power company one is signing up for. For instance, in a world where climate …

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Ceiling Fans

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Just about everyone has a memory left over from their first apartment rental, and the cheap, white, plastic ceiling fan found in almost every room. The blades often rattled, the motors jammed, and they were generally dust collectors that hung from the ceiling. Well, those days are long gone, because …

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