Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 00:40:48 AM by Marine Jacquier. Wall Decor. One very popular type of modern decor is called minimalist decor. In this decorating style less is more. The idea is to keep furnishings and accents to a minimum. Generally, all the pieces in the room will have their space and function and nothing more is added. If you have ever seen pictures of modern homes where there is a small smattering of furniture in a large room and a lot of open space left, this is a great example of minimalism.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:02:55 PM. Mirror By Magali Courbis. This is an ordinary mirror that is coated at the back surface with silver which produces images by reflection. The mirror is made by depositing a silver coating, copper film and two or more layers of waterproof paint. This makes the unit resistant to moisture and acids. Silver is known for its high degree of reflectivity thus it reflects all light wavelengths resulting to a high quality reflective surface. This results to it producing clear and actual images. The mirror is heavily used in bathrooms, furniture and other areas that need to be decorated.
Published at Sunday, February 10th 2019, 21:02:49 PM. Mirror By Fabien Dubos. Dress up your bathrooms with framed mirrors and use them to highlight your bathroom fixtures or stylish lamps you have. Choose from a range of options beginning with a wall to wall mirror behind the counter to double or triple matching mirrors. If you have twin basins in your bathroom, then twin mirrors are a perfect choice. And if your bathroom doubles as your dressing room, then a full-length mirror becomes a must-have accessory.
Published at Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 09:29:34 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Quentin Bourque. Although the rug is what you see on the surface, there is much more that goes into the actual installation process. As you can imagine, a rug is not simply laid on top of the concrete or wood that is already in place. While this could be done, it is not something that you want to do if you want the job completed the right way. When it comes down to it, the rug pad that is used is just as important as what you see on the surface. If the correct rug pad is used, you will recognize this in a number of different ways. Of course, if the rug pad is left out, or a low quality option is used, you are going to notice this as well; just not in the same way.
Published at Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 09:29:31 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Fabien Dubos. 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 Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 09:29:27 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Magali Courbis. When buying a pad you will want to understand what area of the house it will be going in. A rug that will be in a high traffic area like a hallway or entry should use a thin, non slip pad. These pads typically are made of a rubber-like material and have a weave look to them. These grip hard surface floors very well, keeping your rug in place. You want a thin pad to prevent too much of a height difference to avoid any trip hazards and create a natural flow when walking. If you are putting it under a rug in a living room that will be creating more cushion and sound absorption, then you will want to use a thicker pad, possibly one made from a felt material. You can even find pads that are meant for use with outdoor area rugs which usually come mildew resistant. If you are using a rug to carpet application you will want to buy a pad that is made specifically for that.
Published at Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 09:29:23 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Marine Jacquier. I have been restoring and caring for antique rugs for years and have always used one of two pads. The first is a recycled jute pad that is as dense as can be for its kind. This is a 40 ounce weight, which is on the higher quality level of jute pads. This weight means there is a dense compression of fiber per square yard and this is important for protection and resistance. This pad can be used under all antique rugs that do not tend to slide around, mainly room size ones.
Published at Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 09:29:15 AM. Area Rugs and Pads By Robin Rapace. For finding a rug pad that provides cushioned support, we need to look at thicker pad products that are available. There are thicker open mesh PVC products from China that provide some cushion support. But there is a limit to how thick these products can be due to the way they are made. The core material that is coated with the PVC is a polyester yarn that is knitted into a wide continuous roll. The roll is then fed into a big oven where it is dipped into the PVC material and allowed to cure in an oven. When PVC cures, it expands and has the texture of a sponge thus giving it good gripping properties. But the overall thickness of this pad is controlled by making the knitted material differently so that it can absorb more of the PVC when coated. So the polyester material is a limiting factor to how thick the PVC mesh can be. 1/8" is the approximate maximum thickness we found for this product. Another product that provides cushion support is the rubber backed felt rug pads that are approximately 1/4" thick. We also found felt pads that are approximately 1/2" thick with no rubber backing that provide exceptional cushion support properties. The felt pad types are made with recycled carpet yarns and are fed into a needlepunch machine that creates a specified thickness, 12' wide felt material which is very dense and durable.