Archive August 2017

Green is the New Black: Make your Renovation Eco-Friendly

Although renovation may seem like a difficult and time-consuming process, you should make it count – it’ll be worth it once you see the fruits of your labor. Like all renovations, it comes with a plan, budget and all other precautions necessary in case something unexpected occurs. However, many fail to foresee the impact on the environment or even consider ways to make their home more sustainable. If you’ve decided not to forget about the environment while planning for your renovation, we’re here to give you some tips on how to keep your renovation environmentally...

How Switzerland transformed breakfast

One early July morning, in a high Alpine valley above rolling pastures, a group of hikers gathered for breakfast at the historical Schatzalp Hotel in Davos, Switzerland’s easternmost resort. The sky was pallid grey, as were the clouds on the horizon, but the colour on the breakfast-goers cheeks was a healthy rose-pink. One by one, they filled their dishes from the buffet, smiling contentedly as they took their time heaping spoonfuls of grated apple, cinnamon, rolled oats, seeds, nuts and dollops of yoghurt into the bowls. Eating it was proper work, but later, half a dozen of them went...

The Turkish city that discovered the key to happiness

After a 730km journey from Istanbul, I stepped off the bus on Turkey’s northern coast where the forest meets the Black Sea. My first breath of Sinop air was clean, with hints of fir and ozone. On that July morning I was on a quest: to discover why residents of Sinop province are the happiest in the country. “Everyone knows everyone here. It’s peaceful. And no-one interferes with anyone else,” my taxi driver, Bekir Balcı, explained as we drove east from the bus station towards Sinop city, the provincial capital. View image of Sinop, on Turkey’s...

Quick Overview on How to Choose the Best Fireplace for Your Home!

Fireplaces has always been timeless symbol of warmth and cosiness that everyone desires. It is also a place which gets you all cosy in the cold harsh winter nights. Not only for winters alone, but a fireplace alone makes for an incredible statement piece. They are also something that will give your home an immediate aesthetic and ambient boost.  In today’s world, there are unlimited options in which ever field of market you consider. So is in the case of choosing the best fireplace that would suit your home. The drawback of you being exposed to so many options is that you might end up...

Quick Overview on How to Choose the Best Fireplace for Your Home!

Fireplaces has always been timeless symbol of warmth and cosiness that everyone desires. It is also a place which gets you all cosy in the cold harsh winter nights. Not only for winters alone, but a fireplace alone makes for an incredible statement piece. They are also something that will give your home an immediate aesthetic and ambient boost.  In today’s world, there are unlimited options in which ever field of market you consider. So is in the case of choosing the best fireplace that would suit your home. The drawback of you being exposed to so many options is that you might end up...

7 Trends for Fireplace

Fireplaces, whether it is brick, stone or wood, it is used to just heat up the home. Now, dwellers are trying more and are coming up with a number of most artistic fireplace design thoughts we have seen in years. No matter the kind, be it tile, limestone or marble, design alternatives have significantly changed and homeowners are changing prospects as such. To further motivate those thinking about installing their own fireplace or restore an existing one, we found seven of the most modern fireplace design ideas. Stone Fireplace Stone fireplaces are still majorly admired choice and...

Italy’s mysterious medieval garden of monsters

As I stepped through the nearly 500-year-old stone archway, I was engulfed in silence. Stairs meandered into groves where trees filled with newly opened leaves spilled over onto the path, the branches blocking the view of the Lazio region’s shrub-peppered hills. Orsini bucked the tradition of the Italian Renaissance garden Nestled near the quiet Italian town of Bomarzo, about 92km north of Rome, the Sacro Bosco (Sacred Wood) was built in the 16th Century by Pier Francesco ‘Vicino’ Orsini, a great military leader and patron of the arts. But in designing the Sacro Bosco,...

7 Trends for Fireplace

Fireplaces, whether it is brick, stone or wood, it is used to just heat up the home. Now, dwellers are trying more and are coming up with a number of most artistic fireplace design thoughts we have seen in years. No matter the kind, be it tile, limestone or marble, design alternatives have significantly changed and homeowners are changing prospects as such. To further motivate those thinking about installing their own fireplace or restore an existing one, we found seven of the most modern fireplace design ideas. Stone Fireplace Stone fireplaces are still majorly admired choice and...

Durbuy, The Belgian Beauty

It is a well-known fact that not just the capital cities are the most beautiful cities representing the country. There is a huge number of other less-known cities that are spectacular and whose beauty is remarkable. When talking about beautiful cities, Europe has a great number of such. This old continent breaths history with fascinating views in every corner of it. Such an old European country is Belgium that has a lot to show to the world travelers. Its capital, Brussels is a beautiful, historic and rich city. However we will focus on Durbuy, the Belgian beauty famous and...

Less-Known Museums In London You May Want To Visit

If you love museums you definitely adore London since there are so many world-renowned options to take into account like The Tate and The British Natural History Museum. However, what many do not know is that London is also the home for some museums that are much more different than what tourists expect. There is surely no shortage of available options, with the following being great opportunities, even if they are rarely included in the popular British Museum Tour packages. The Old Operating Theatre In the past, London surgeons were really weird. They performed amputations very fast and the...

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