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Facility Executive | March / April 2016 Issue

This issue looks at smart lighting trends, how to choose carpet and flooring, physical security planning, and energy efficiency for data centers. Plus, wellness and water conservation. Read Facility Executive | March / April 2016 Issue on Facility Ex...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 12, 2016

Choosing Carpet And Flooring That Meets Demand

Procurement standards help to maximize effective product selection and installation. Read Choosing Carpet And Flooring That Meets Demand on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Apr 12, 2016

Repositioning Older Properties, For A Changing Workforce

Aging properties increase competitiveness by repositioning facilities with moderate investment in renovation and rebranding. Read Repositioning Older Properties, For A Changing Workforce on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Apr 12, 2016

Shh.. don’t tell your siblings

Once in a while  40x60cm €1650 available at the Whitehorn Gallery I wanted to tell to that I’ve refreshed the work in almost all my galleries over the last week or two and not all have updated their websites yet but if you have a favourite...
by every other day paintings on Apr 12, 2016

Design Trend :: Black Kitchens

After the master bathroom renovation is complete, we will be tackling a larger project: our kitchen and great room. I’m leaning toward a white/neutral kitchen, but have been drawn to black kitchens. It’s a design trend that’s certai...
by Simplified Bee on Apr 11, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: AT HOME WITH CELIA TEJADA

This past January, I had the opportunity to spend three weeks interning for Restoration Hardware Chief Creative Officer Celia Tejada. Besides working in the incredible design studios at the RH headquarters in Corte Madera, I had the pleasure of getti...
by Thou Swell on Apr 11, 2016

Question Of The Week: Design Leads To Tricky Facility Repair?

At UConn's Gampel Pavilion, an intricate ceiling design calls for an equally intricate approach to facility repair. Have you encountered a design in one of your buildings that added complexity to facility repair plans? What opportunities have you had...
by FacilityBlog on Apr 11, 2016

Sophisticated interiors in warm hues

Est Magazine issue 21Structure, form and sculptural edges, warm hues and contrasting blacks, unexpected matches and elegant eclecticism, a few basic characteristics of these images that draw my attention today. Enjoy :)Manolo Yllera via ADFelix Fores...
by My Paradissi on Apr 8, 2016

Grocery Store Flowers

Of the many things I wish were easier to access where I live (e.g., beautifully crafted coffee beverages, artisanal cheeses, and Target), fresh cut flowers are pretty high on the list. I know I’m not alone in this. Within the past year, several...
by Inspired by Charm on Apr 7, 2016

One Room Challenge Spring 2016 :: Kick-Off

As some of you know, I moved last year to a house that needs a ton of work. It’s a 1940s traditional colonial style home and last fall I redesigned the foyer and staircase for the One Room Challenge (ORC). As an interior designer, I enjoyed the...
by Simplified Bee on Apr 6, 2016

Simple Tips To Help You Solve Your Interior Design Dilemmas

The world of interior design is a very beautiful place, where creativity and originality can open a lot of doors and where there’s always something that can be improved and optimized. An interior designer’s work never ends and sometimes t...
by Home decoration on Apr 6, 2016

40 Chevron Home Accessories To Shop Around For

There’s something so fun and funky about a classic, chevron pattern. It’s versatile, it can be interesting, it can add a pop of personality and it can be used in a variety of ways in terms of styling a space. And that’s why we dove...
by Home decoration on Apr 5, 2016

Visiting the HGTV Dream Home

Last week I had the amazing opportunity to escape to Florida for 48 hours and visit the 2016 HGTV Dream Home. How you ask? Well, if you remember, last year I worked with the folks at GMC to shop the World’s Longest Yard Sale to decorate a Habit...
by Inspired by Charm on Apr 4, 2016

SCANDINAVIAN STYLE IN GREEN & WHITE

In South London, green accents tie this eclectic Scandinavian home together. Plants cascading off the fireplace mantel and the mixed styles, seating, and lighting create a bohemian feel, but the sleek neutral palette, grounded in beautiful architectu...
by Thou Swell on Apr 4, 2016

Style your windowsill

It has been increasingly popular to take selfies, shelfies, and now  taking "Sillfies" - you know pictures of your windowsill.(I think I might have made that up myself:)I have windows all the way from the floor to the ceiling...
by Anya Adores on Apr 1, 2016

13 Plant Stands to Give Your Houseplants a Home

There are two kinds of interior decorators. Those that collect houseplants and those that don’t. No one ever has just one houseplant in their home. If you have one, you probably have seven… just in your living room. With all those leafy g...
by Home decoration on Mar 31, 2016

40 Bedroom Paint Ideas To Refresh Your Space for Spring!

Springtime is here and it’s time to start refreshing your home. Clean up, throw up and add a new coat of paint or two to breathe life back into your personal space. With these 40 bedroom paint ideas you’ll be able to transform your sacred...
by Home decoration on Mar 30, 2016

25 Throw Pillows: Spring Edition

Spring has officially sprung! Not only are the temperatures warming and the flowers blooming, we just celebrated the spring equinox. Now that it’s official, it’s time to put our winter decor away and pull out our spring touches. That incl...
by Home decoration on Mar 29, 2016

What To Expect When Stepping Into A Sauna

The home sauna is perceived as being a fancy feature solely for celebrity homes and huge mansions. While it’s true that it requires quite a bit of space, the sauna is not defined by all the cliches circulating around us. So let’s not let...
by Home decoration on Mar 29, 2016

Danfoss Marks 50 Years For T2 Expansion Valve

These valves are used for liquid injection into evaporators on refrigeration and air conditioning systems using fluorinated refrigerants. Read Danfoss Marks 50 Years For T2 Expansion Valve on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Mar 29, 2016


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