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    Decorating Your Kitchen in a Fruit Theme

    3 years ago

    Love the idea of decorating your kitchen with a fruit based theme, but don't want it to look like every other kitchen? You can incorporate fruit in to your kitchen decor in a way that is completely unique...

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    Interior Brick Walls Provide a Beautiful Look for Your Home

    3 years ago

    Why would anyone want a brick wall inside their home?  There are many things you can do to create a look that is warm and appealing, and brick walls are one of them.  Consider that brick walls won't tear or...

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    Using Brown and Teal for Your Living Room

    3 years ago

    Today, modern decor is refreshing and attractive.  Two decades ago, most people would never dream of decorating a living room in shades of brown and teal; now, it's one of the most appealing looks you can have if...

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    Tips for Decorating a Masculine Den

    3 years ago

    As we all know, men's ideas of decorating can differ immensely from a woman's idea of the perfect décor.  If you are a man, or a wife decorating for your significant other, you may be looking for ideas...

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    Quarter Sawn Oak

    5 years ago

    The Middle Ages saw a surge in oak use for furniture when Gothic furniture was first created. This would be a preference that continued through the 17th century. In the early 14th century you can find the use of quarter...

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    Selecting a Ceiling Color

    5 years ago

    When thinking about remodeling you may want to take a moment and check the ceiling. The ceiling easily comprises about a sixth of the total space of a room, however it usually gets a coat of white paint and is left...

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    Selecting Trim Color

    5 years ago

    When choosing trim color, you want a color that will make an impression. The molding or trim set the tone for the room, they can make a wall look larger or smaller and add distinct character to the room. Along with...

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    Color and Brick Tones

    5 years ago

    Brick is a wonderful low maintenance fire resistant material. Generally it is only used on the outside of the house or for fireplaces. Its high level of flame resistance is the reason it is the most common material used...

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    Color and Wood Tones

    5 years ago

    Below are some basic guide lines for selecting the best color palette to compliment your wood furniture. Whether your furniture is made of mission style oak or deep hued mahogany it deserves an environment that...

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    Barrister Bookcases: An Elegant Option

    6 years ago

    A Barrister's bookcase has been specifically designed with the nature of their work in mind. Lawyers are required to have all manner of documents on hand and the majority of these tend to be bulky and heavy, not to...

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    The Amish Family

    6 years ago

    The family unit is central to the Amish community, where children welcomed joyously and considered a gift from the Lord and the elderly are well cared for. Young men and women who choose to be baptized into the Amish...

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    Amish Beliefs and Religion

    6 years ago

    The Amish are first and foremost a religious community. Historically, their lineage begins with the Catholic Church and the Protestant Reformation initiated by Martin Luther in 1517. Soon after, diverse groups who...

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    Amish Customs

    6 years ago

    The most familiar Amish images come from settlements of Old Order Amish, the most strict and least likely to compromise with the worldly culture around them of all of the Amish orders. Amish society is not organized by...

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    Amish Culture and Society: Community, Religion, Technology

    6 years ago

    The largest Amish settlements in the United States are in Holmes County, Ohio, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and LaGrange, Indiana. The most familiar Amish images come from settlements of Old Order Amish, who are far...

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    Amish Baby Cribs: Built with Care and Love

    19 months ago

    A vital component of the Amish community is the family, hearts joined in love for God and for one another. Parents treasure each child as a gift from the Lord, often raising seven or more children in the traditions of...

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    Wood Furniture: What type of Wood is Best?

    4 years ago

    You're buying furniture for your home. Well, knock on wood! Ok, but what kind of wood? There's a large selection of hard and soft woods to choose from, including oak and pine, and with the addition of hybrids and...

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