Middle of the week, always sounds good, doesn’t it? Sure it does! You’re half way into the week, and closer to the weekend 😉
Let’s do out thing, and talk about this lovely room:
So here we go, comment with these two phrases
One thing I like most about this room is…(your thought)
One thing I like least about this room is…(your thought)
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Here’s a nice small apartment, 32 sq.meters, with a bedroom behind glass:
- Kitchen view
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian:
I found this great idea at Better homes and gardens magazine today. I love pictures, photos, and anything that can cover a wall like this beautiful set of butterfly art:
Hello, dear friends!
I’ve been working on my diploma project, and got stuck with decorating a ceiling in the main living room. So I thought it was time to find ways on how to decorate ceilings and share possible ideas with you all.
As we all know, the ceiling forms the image of our home, connecting all the parts into a whole. Avoiding unnecessary emphasis and fear of mistakes, most often we provide a very modest role of faceless white canvas. Rarely, we dare to experiment and paint the ceiling in bright colors. Although a ceiling can be more trendy, sometimes with extravagant outfits. For example:
What a fun way to decorate your kettle! I’m not a pro at knitting, but this is a great project to start on! Read the rest of this entry
Do you know the St. Patrick’s Day traditions? Well, let me provide you with some here:
Wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day is a tradition that started in the 17th century, when green ribbons and shamrocks were worn to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint. The tradition was popularized by Irish immigrants in the United States, who believed that wearing green made you invisible to leprechauns, fairy creatures who would pinch anyone they could see. Pinching those who didn’t wear green was meant to remind them that leprechauns could sneak up at any time. Still, only around half of Americans choose to deck themselves out in green for the holiday.
- Green jewelry: necklaces, earrings, rings, and pins
- A green scarf
- A green headband
- Green nail polish
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