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REINVENTING THE FAMILY ROOM

Friday, Aug 19, 2016

living room ideas

If the dining room is a place for eating; the living room is a place for being. It is perhaps the most public and multifunctional room in the house. Here we gather and socialize with family and friends, watch movies or TV, relax and nap on the couch, play games read on rainy days or weekends, hang out with the children or simply sit in the atmosphere, doing nothing at all. 

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dining room

For many, the dining room is the hearth of the home, a place where the body is nourished and the soul fed. It is a place for family meals, holiday celebrations, coffee, conversations and breaking bread with old and new friends. 

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ALTARING YOUR BATHROOM

Monday, Aug 01, 2016

bathroom ideas

Our bathrooms are often the first and last places we spend significant functional time each day, an average of thirty minutes daily for most of us. Other than the kitchen, the bathroom is the most functional room in most homes, and it is by far the most visually oriented. Mirrors and lighting, water and plumbing, sink, toilet and tub all define the bathroom environment. 

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YOUR SACRED INNER SANCTUARY

Wednesday, Jun 08, 2016

master bedroom

In our hectic modern lives and rapidly changing world, we often neglect to take proper care of ourselves. Our bedrooms should be places of consistent self-care at the highest level. Our bedrooms are our primary nests, literal comfort zones where we spend a third of our lives.

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A GUESTS GET AWAY

Wednesday, Jun 08, 2016

guest room

MI CASA ES SU CASA or "My house is your house," is an invitation to guests to feel welcome, appreciated and at home in your home. In virtually all spiritual traditions, guests are honoured and served as potential or literal embodiments of the divine. The Old Testament encourages hospitality, even to strangers, as an expression of brotherly love, stating, "... for thereby, some have entertained angels unaware." Why should we regard our own guests anything less? 

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