Published at Wednesday, November 07th 2018, 06:33:38 AM by Robin Rapace. Area Rugs and Pads. Protects the floor: Area-rugs can cause scratches to floors. The dust and dirt particles that collect beneath a carpet can easily scratch a floor when it is walked on. Pads under the rugs prevent this from happening.
Published at Saturday, October 20th 2018, 01:47:55 AM by Fabien Dubos. Area Rugs and Pads. Children and pets can have a significant impact on the lifespan of an area rug. When it comes to colours and fabrics, it is of primary importance to consider your lifestyle before choosing a rug. Wool rugs clean easily and patterns can help hide spills, stains, and hair from shedding pets. Alternatively, more delicate fabrics are better suited to more formal living areas.
Published at Wednesday, October 31st 2018, 05:26:39 AM by Robin Rapace. Area Rugs and Pads. Hard wood and even marble floors, although a plus in home design, tend to be slippery and can cause mishaps. With infants crawling and kids running around, it is not far from reality that something might spill or a small toy might be dropped or left behind. And so, it is also highly possible that somebody might accidentally slip and get hurt especially in areas with high foot traffic and daily indoor activity. Safety-wise, this is where area rugs come in. Area rugs are good additions to hard wood and marble floors. Although they tend to shift and slide because of their temporary-installed nature, using a rug pad or even an anti-slip spray to prevent it from moving from one place to another will surely decrease impact of accidental falls. This also prevents unwanted sliding or shifting of furniture such as dining tables and sofas.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:48:58 AM. Halloween Decoration By Fabien Dubos. These are some of suggestions you can make when you start decorating your house for the Halloween. Decorating can be exhausting but it will be fun if your whole family would help you out. Halloween decorating can be a family bonding moment for you and your family as well.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:48:51 AM. Pillows and Throws By Robin Rapace. A combination of different shapes like round square and rectangular will simply give your house a spectacular look and break the monotony of a single shape. Note that having too many throw pillows may actually spoil the outlook and simply make your living room look overcrowded.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:48:45 AM. Halloween Decoration By Quentin Bourque. Take out the candle stands and paint them with orange and black glass paint. You can try some horizontal or vertical stripes. Make sure to alternate black and orange colours while creating the stripes. Gather some glass vases. Now fill the vases with orange and black candies. Make sure to keep them in alternate orders. Continue alternating candies until the vases are full.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:44:20 AM. Halloween Decoration By Nathalie Bombelles. You can start with the traditional carved pumpkin but with a little flare. After you carve the pumpkin, take it to the next level by stenciling designs around the pumpkin then use the pumpkin as a planter with fall branches and leaves from the top. Pumpkins are fun and easy and should be the first item on your list. Get the family involved and let everyone put a piece of his or her creative mind into the masterpiece. Hang black rubber bats on the porch and put cobwebs over everything. In one corner, you can setup a mad scientist lab with a big jar filled with green goo, eyeballs, bats, vampire teeth and whatever else you can dream up.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:44:17 AM. Halloween Decoration By Marine Jacquier. Murals: Let your kids go crazy by painting a huge Halloween mural or banner. Buy a large piece of white cloth or even a white bed sheet and allow them to use paint or markets to create something your can display along your wall or even in your front yard. Allow your kids to be creative or, if your children are still young, outline the words "Happy Halloween" or "Trick or Treat" in big, black letters so that you've created a big coloring book page for them to color.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:44:15 AM. Halloween Decoration By Magali Courbis. Paper mache ghosts - create ghosts out of paper mache to hang from doorways, curtain rods and light fixtures. This is also a great activity for the kids as they will love to get their hands messy creating these great decorations. Paper bats - Cut out bat shapes from black construction paper and hang from the ceiling or even ceiling fan with dental floss. When you turn the fan on it will give the appearance that bats are flying around the room certain to freak some people out. Fake spiders - People of all ages are frightened of spiders which make these a great Halloween decoration. Go to your local dollar store and pick up a ton of these plastic, crawly, creatures and litter them around your house.
Published at Thursday, October 18th 2018, 01:34:49 AM. Halloween Decoration By Robin Rapace. One simple and very cheap idea; costume the people in the paintings and photos in your home. This is easily done with paper masks made out of construction paper, scissors, and low tack artist tape. You can use leaves and weeds for hair. It will add that extra flare for your Halloween party. Wreaths are a great way to add fun to your home. You can make your own or buy them for fairly cheap. Some people aren't crafty and you can purchase ready made wreaths for cheap at craft and/or dollar stores. You u can buy plain wreaths and stick cheap Halloween decorations such as giant bugs, spiders, bats etc. By the way, wreaths are great indoors as well as outdoors.