Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Nautical Living Room - MyHomeIdeas.com
This living room combines traditional coastal style with modern building sensibilities: glass panels at the base of the windows open like trapdoors to admit a breeze. Two built-in sofas were reupholstered in blue and accented with striped pillows. (Photo: Tria Giovan)
Saturday, October 6, 2012
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Friday, June 29, 2012
If you love Scentsy, you are going to love my friend Rhonda Lyles ' new website .
Scentsy is a great way to get the benefit of scented candles without the danger of an open flame. These are scented wax cubes that are melted in beautiful holders that use the heat of a light bulb to melt the wax and release the scent.
They have so many scents to choose from it may be difficult to make up your mind which one you want, so get them all. They also have a wonderful line of shower gels so you can "wear" your favorite Scentsy scent.
You can also host a Scentsy party in your home or business through my good friend Rhonda Lyles and get tons of free products and prizes. Rhonda's contact information is on her website
I hope you will visit her site and see if Scentsy is for you. Have fun shopping, that's what I'll be doing
Friday, June 15, 2012
Michelle Obama's Kitchen Garden Advice from American Grown on ELLEDECOR.com
Philippe Le Manach of Accents of France on ELLE DECOR
Friday, June 8, 2012
There is the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick. The Center for Latino Arts & Culture at Rutgers University also in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Cultural Center in New Brunswick. The Raice Cultural Center in New Brunswick. The Alfa Art Gallery in New Brunswick. King Wood Art in Monroe. Through the Moongate in Highland Park. The Arts Guild New Jersey in Rahway. coLAB Arts in New Brunswick.
And if that wasn't enough there is also Museum of the American - Hungarian Foundation in New Brunswick. Sperry Observatory in Cranford. Rutgers Geology Museum in New Brunswick. Raritan Valley Community College Planetarium in North Branch. Robert A. Schommer Observatory in Piscataway. The Model Railroad Club in Union. The Rutgers Gardens in New Brunswick. The Children’s Museum of Somerset County in Bridgewater.
There are also many wonderful Historical Sites and tours to go on. You can see how people lived in the 18th and 19th centuries at the East Jersey Olde Towne Village located in Piscataway. You can see beautiful period furniture and historical architectural details at the Cornelius Low House located in Piscataway.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Real Simple provides 8 whimsical garden party supplies to make your party a memorable one.
8 Whimsical Garden Party Supplies | RealSimple.com
Monday, April 23, 2012
They will test your fabric to make sure it is safe to clean, so you don't have to worry about your upholstery. Different fabrics require different care so their experts will give you recommendations on how to best clean your upholstery. Their price will reflect the the ease of cleaning. The more complicated the price will be slightly higher.
Let The Steam Team protect your upholstery with round rock tx upholstery cleaning.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Monday, April 9, 2012
Interior Designer Albert Hadley’s Interiors and Quotes on ELLEDECOR.com
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
So I turned to the internet. I was looking for gift websites that specilized in Gift baskets but I couldn't find any that promised rush orders since I had waited so long until I found Gourmet Gift Baskets.Com Only the best Gourmet Gifts. They promise your order will be delivered on time every time. They have an easy to navigate website that provides many options at different price levels.
If you are like me and wait till the last minute this kind of service comes in handy when you need to save the day. I need Easter Gifts pronto so I think I will give them a try. I always swear, never again, but I always find myself in the same boat of procrastination. Thanks goodness there are websites like Gourmet Gift Baskets.com to throw me a life preserver.
Thanks for sharing Rosemary. Beautiful and inspiring as always.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
It's that time of year again when the cleaning bug bites. Spring Cleaning. I love having a clean, clutter free hone I just hate the steps it takes to get there. Here are some shortcuts from Real Simple that should help.
Spring Cleaning Shortcuts | RealSimple.com
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Spring has sprung, although here I think we skipped spring and went straight to Summer with all this unseasonably hot weather we've been having. Time to start thinking about outdoor spaces. Hete is a little inspiration from Southern Living.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
This sounds like a really elegant meal. The roasted cauliflower soup with sea scallops sounds very good.
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Saturday, March 17, 2012
I Love, Love, Love this.
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
I've always kind of thought that helping my daughter pick out a prom dress might be a little bit like what I would imagine helping her pick out a prom dress would be like. Except, I guess with a prom dress you're more worried about it being too revealing for her age than a wedding dress. Or at least I imagine.
I've been a little worried about battling my daughter over the revealing nature of some dresses. So I thought that it might help to look at some online with her before we actually go shopping and that's what we were doing when I saw the site Debt Settlement Family. Now, my husband and I have been in debt for some while and it's been a real hassle to worry about. So we're going to look through that site and see if it can help out our financial situation any.
I've set some clear boundaries for what I think is too revealing and what I think is okay for my daughter. Like strapless is okay and so are some cutouts on the back. Something that looks like a bikini top attached to a skirt with a few strings is not okay. Hopefully that will make actually dress shopping go a lot smoother.
While researching this topic I came across a great resource website for information on double glazing.
All Double Glazing is a UK based website providing up to 4 quotes to people who are looking to get double glazing installed. You can check double glazing prices, compare costs, get quotes, and compare installers.
It is a great resource for all kinds of information. It even has articles about double and triple glazing and different methods of double glazing. It only takes a minute or two to fill out the online, no obligation form to get up to 4 free quotes from 4 installers in your area.
So if you are in the market to have double glazing installed or want to save heating and cooling costs then All Double Glazing is the resource website for you. You can find out everything you need to know about double glazing, triple glazing and even replacing doors by going to this website. It's a winner.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Although I have lived in Georgia most of my life and in the Atlanta
metro area for the past twenty years I have not yet visited The Swan House or the Calhoun Estate in Buckhead. After reading this article I am going to start planning my visits to both places right away.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Friday, January 13, 2012
Recently my friend and I graduated from college together with our masters in business. We are of course very excited to get started working in the “real world” but first we are wanting to take a get away trip to really make a great memory before we have to start our real lives working full time. We decided that we want to travel around Europe for about two weeks. The first thing I did when we started talking about putting a travel plan together is to go to www.satellitestarinternet.com/ to get connected to the internet so that I could check out my favorite travel site Travelocity.com. If you have ever planned a trip to Europe having never been there you know how hard it can be to narrow down which cities you want to visit and even harder still is deciding what hotels you would like to stay in and for how long. Travelocity.com is great for comparing hotels and prices and also great for reading reviews about those hotels and locations. I always use this as my go to site when it comes to planning a trip.
Thursday, January 12, 2012
|Such wonderful ideas from Coastal Living.|
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Mark Montano: 2 chances to win today!: I have two of these to give away today before the year gets too far along. Just comment here and share on your FB page and you're entered!