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Why Choose a Fabric Bedhead?

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If you’re looking for a new bedhead, then you want one that works for your bed habits and that looks good in your bedroom. If you’ve been drawn to fabric upholstered bedheads when you look around stores or online, then you may wonder if this is the best option for your bed. What are the advantages of fitting a fabric bedhead? Upholstered Fabric Is More Comfortable While some people only use their beds for activities lying down, some also sit up in bed.…

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Breaking The Mould: 3 Tips For Choosing A Timber Deck With Long Term Mould Resistance

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While vinyl and aluminium decking has become more popular in recent years, timber is still the material of choice for most decking projects, and the elegance and old-world charm of a timber deck is still pretty much impossible to match with decks made of more modern materials. However, while timber does not suffer from the traction problems associated with aluminium decks, and do not perish in intense sunlight like many vinyl decks, there is one problem to which they are uniquely vulnerable – mould.…

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Considerations before Purchasing Café Furniture

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If you are getting into the café business, it may seem economical to opt for cheap furniture and focus the rest of your money on purchasing food and beverages for your business. The truth of the matter though is that your choice of café furniture could play a significant role in attracting and retaining your customers, which in turn will impact your bottom line either negatively or positively. To ensure that you are purchasing the right type of furniture, there are a few things you would need to keep in mind.…

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A Few Tips for Choosing the Right Outdoor Furniture for Your Home

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Investing in outdoor furniture should be done as carefully as buying interior furniture, since you want pieces that will be durable and which will last even when exposed to the elements, but still want comfortable pieces. Uncomfortable outdoor furniture can mean not enjoying your deck or patio and not being able to truly relax. To find the right pieces for your outdoor space, note a few simple tips. 1. Material…

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A Beginner's Guide To Teak Outdoor Furniture

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Outdoor furniture made from grade A teak is a great investment that should give you pleasure for many years.  Here’s a beginner’s guide to buying teak furniture to consider before you make your final purchasing decisions. Expense Teak furniture is very popular.  It’s long-lasting, durable and great to look at, all factors that help to push the price up.  You’ll definitely be getting your money’s worth, though.  You can also keep a watch out for deals and smaller pieces, both of which will fit better into a more moderately sized budget.…

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Avoiding Injuries During Your Move: 5 Safety Tips

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Moving can be hectic and emotional, but all of that heavy lifting can also be very hard on your body. If you want to avoid strains, sprains and other moving injuries, you simply need to adhere to  few safety rules. Whether you are moving down the street or to another state, here are five tips to avoid injuries during your move. 1. Slide rather than lift Whenever possible, slide heavy objects instead of lifting them.…

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Office Fitout Tips for Child-focused Therapy Practises

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If you are setting up an office for children focused medical practices, it’s important to set up some smart spaces to allow children to feel comfortable and responsive to their therapies. Here are some important aspects to consider. Child-sized items Make sure you set up the bathroom facilities with child-sized sinks and toilets in addition to the child sized desks and chairs you’ll bring in. Keeping items with arms reach helps children feel control over their environment and more likely to open up and act naturally with their therapists.…

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Mother Nature's Kitchen: Easy Ways to Make Your Kitchen Clean and Green

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An environmentally friendly kitchen certainly doesn’t mean second best. What are some easy ways to ensure that your kitchen renovations will result in a room that Mother Nature herself would be proud of? Ways with Waste Kitchen cabinet makers can easily construct storage units with enough room to dispose of your rubbish in an efficient, environmentally friendly way. Fortunately, all you need to do is drop your recyclables into those yellow topped wheelie bins - you don’t even need to sort anything.…

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