March 22, 2017

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Living room furniture should showcase your design and taste. Living room furniture comprises of sofas, coffee and side tables, display cabinets, dressers, futon chairs and beds, and beanbags and bean chairs as well as TV Stands, Plasma Mounting Systems, Wood TV Stands and Bello TV Stands, Tech Craft Stands etc. So always design and prepare your budget when you go about adorning your living room, since it is easy to cross your limits while spending.

The living room furniture should be based on the room’s size. But only after you get the accurate measurement of the room, should you finalize on the size of the living-room furniture for your living room. If there is adequate space at the corner, you can place a corner sofa. But if there id hardly any space, a regular sofa along with ornamental stands and plants improves the look of the living room.

While purchasing, ensure the color of the walls should blend with the color of the furniture or at least the shades should match that of the furniture. Find out the warranty available on the furniture, particularly on costly teakwood tables and leather sofas. You can always get good bargains at a clearance sale. Another essential aspect of improving the appearance of your living room furniture is the lighting. Proper lighting will give the room a calming look.

Placing decorative corners enhances not only the room but also its furniture. Cleaning is very important, so always vacuum the sofas, carpets and curtains once every month at least. To improve the appearance of the living room, you can hang matching paintings on the wall.

Living room decoration should take into account your taste and your personality. Here are a few tips for decorating the living room.

1. To make the room more comfortable and warm, use throw pillows. They can lighten a living room by making it more colorful.

2. The seating places of a living room can be improved by using area rugs. With area rugs, you can hide unappealing parts in your floor and the carpet can be hidden. If your room is big, you can use these area rugs to identify multiple seating areas.

3. Benefit from a wide range of options while choosing the living room furniture, if the walls of your living room have pale or light shades like beige or white.

4. The best option for the living room is the layered lighting plan; as it is very simple to identify the reading or seating area easily with this kind of lighting. Whenever there is an occasional family get-together, opt for uniform lighting and disco lighting for parties.

5. Another unique feature of contemporary living rooms is the entertainment, which is fast becoming popular. You can place TV Stands, Plasma Mounting Systems, Wood TV Stands, Bello TV Stands, Tech Craft Stands here.

6. There can be bookcases having storage facilities for DVD’s and other goods

7. Curtains, blinds, plant stands, ottomans, furnishings, cushions, are very useful in adding color, design and pattern to the room’s decoration.

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December 24, 2016

A Brief History Of Gardening

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Submitted by: Ryan Dowmann

Gardening fundamentally splits into two halves; gardening for food (or farming) and gardening for aesthetic pleasure. It s the history of the pleasurable side of gardening that we re looking into in today s article.

While gardening for food goes back before records began with some estimates dating it s inception to approximately 10,000 years ago, gardening for its beauty for the home and garden can credit it s inception (that we know of) to some Egyptian tomb paintings dated at around 1500 BC depicting lotus ponds surrounded by palms and acacias in neat rows.

Ancient Eastern Gardens

Persia was a center of ancient gardening having a proud history of notable gardens such as the Darius the Great s Paradise Garden and also the Hanging Gardens of Babylon which was one of the ancient seven wonders of the world .

Ancient Western Gardens

In the western world, the most notable examples of ancient gardens are in Alexandria, Rome and Scotland. Ptolemy s gardens in Alexandria such as the Shallalat Gardens are now underwater due to earthquake subsidence which has claimed much of the ancient city. Rome s gardening tradition is said to have been started by Lucullus in Pompeii with evidence of elaborate water features, villa gardens and shaded arcades before the eruption famously brought the town under piles of volcanic rubble. Archaeological evidence still survives in Scotland at sites such as Hadrian’s Villa.

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The Fall of Rome

Moorish Spain (under the Islamic faith) continued these gardening traditions after the fall of Rome in the 4th century AD. At around the same time, China had started an alternative tradition still used today with temporary ornamental structures with water features and landscape gardening. This tradition was later used in Japan in royal home and gardens.


Gardening traditions in Europe didn t truly recover until the 13th century in Languedoc and the le-de-France with the re-discovery of descriptions of Roman homes and gardens. This created the Italian renaissance garden in the 15th and 6th centuries. Formal gardens dominated after this with the Garden la fran aise, including the famous exaple at the Gardens of Versailles. This style dominated European gardens until the 18th century when English landscape gardens and French landscape gardens became fashionable with aristocratic and noble society.

19th Century

Contemporary garden fashion in the 19th century was inspired by a fever for historic gardens including Roman inspired cottages, and wild and perennial gardens in English homes championed by Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson.

Northern American gardens were inspired by European garden at this point with Andrew Jackson Downing and Frederick Law Olmsted adapted these styles in American public gardens which had influence well into the twentieth century.

Modern Gardening

Modern gardening is a multi billion pound industry world-wide with landscape gardening, public art, and a contemporary influence of considering environmental influences with the use of sustainable gardening using features such as rainwater harvesting.

It wasn t really until modern times that ordinary people gained the will and desire to create truly great gardens. With the advent of television, it became fashionable to spend time and money on personal garden spaces to create gardens that rival royal and public gardens with spending heavily slanted towards garden furniture and other gardenware.

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