It’s really difficult to be original when you’re planning a wedding. You’re always going to have some similarities between weddings; that’s natural. What you don’t want is for your day to just blend in with every other wedding your guests have been to. You want it to be a day that people remember, in a good way. Choosing a wedding venue that isn’t run of the mill is a great way to make your wedding stand out from the crowd.
Speak to staff at the venues you’re looking at and ask them to help with your ideas for the day. They’re professionals and they’re only too happy to provide tips for bar mitzvahs, engagements and other social events, as well as weddings. We’re going to take a look at some more unusual venues that you may want to add to your list.
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I Can See Clearly Now: Simple Tricks for Defogging Bathroom Mirrors
It’s one of the most common minor household difficulties: You’re fresh out of the shower, either looking to admire your work after washing your hair or keen to get in the mirror to shave while your skin and hair are still nice and pliable, and you’re greeted by an opaque surface of gray fog that reflects only the mist in your bathroom. You wipe it away with your towel only for it to reappear by the time you’ve hung it back on the rack.
When you are in absolute need of a mirror at the moment, having yours fog over can seem like the most frustrating thing in the world. Of course, a fogged bathroom mirror is a minor annoyance that can be solved through natural means and household dexterity as well as by technological measures such as heated mirrors, but understanding the solutions starts with understanding the process.
Why Does My Mirror Fog Up?
The fog on your bathroom mirror is caused by an effect known as condensation, a process by which moisture is extracted from the air by its decreasing temperatures. Rapidly falling air temperatures cause condensation because cool air holds less water than warm air, and the balance is deposited on any available surface. Continue reading How can I stop my bathroom mirror from fogging up
Five Home Decorating Tools that you can’t do without
If you’re about to embark on a home decorating job you need to make sure that you have the right tools for the task. If you don’t do this then it’s going to cause you problems along the way.
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“Vintage suitcases are also really easy to find at flea markets, thrift stores and antique stores. I think you can get the coolest ones for the best prices at flea markets, in my experience an average size suitcase should range from $20 to $40, depending on the time period, make, etc. Vintage suitcases from the 20′s to 60′s are great to use in interior design because of the hard casing, which makes them perfect for tables and anywhere you need a hard surface and they also provide storage! The vintage finish on the suitcases brings texture, color and history to a space and is well suited (ha) for various interior design styles from eclectic to boho or shabby chic.
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“This giant bird nest was designed by Merav Eitan and Gaston Zahr as part of the Green Garden Exhibition.”
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