Privacy Policy for

If you require any more information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us by email at

At, the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us. This privacy policy document outlines the types of personal information is received and collected by and how it is used.

Log Files
Like many other Web sites, makes use of log files. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user�s movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.

Cookies and Web Beacons does use cookies to store information about visitors preferences, record user-specific information on which pages the user access or visit, customize Web page content based on visitors browser type or other information that the visitor sends via their browser.

DoubleClick DART Cookie

.:: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on
.:: Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to and other sites on the Internet.
.:: Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following URL -

Some of our advertising partners may use cookies and web beacons on our site. Our advertising partners include .......
Google Adsense
Commission Junction
Widget Bucks

These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on send directly to your browsers. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. Other technologies ( such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons ) may also be used by the third-party ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and / or to personalize the advertising content that you see. has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.

You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices.'s privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites.

If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your individual browser options. More detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers can be found at the browsers' respective websites.

Beautiful Green Classic Kitchens Interior Design

House Envy: London

On gray drizzly February days, it can be hard to muster up the willpower to actually get things done around the office. And so, on days like today, I often find myself perusing the "Great Homes and Destinations" section of The New York Times, wishing I were somewhere else. While I suspect the weather in London today looks a lot like Houston's does (but about 30 degrees colder), living in a beautiful century-old row house like the one above (located in Fulham, a neighborhood in southwest London near Chelsea) would conquer my midwinter blahs.

The owner of this house is a finance attorney (like me!) with a large law firm in London (not like me). At almost 2,500 sq. feet, I would imagine a home like this in London would cost upward of a million pounds and the extensive renovations the homeowner undertook have probably pushed the home's value well over that even in a very depressed real estate market. This is the owner's sitting room -- notice the detailing in the bay window, which I would assume is original to the house. I think this room does a beautiful job of blending traditional details like the window with more modern ones (like that sleek and minimalist fireplace). Love the built-ins as well. On the whole, I like how the owner has decorated the room, though I swap out the too-small glass coffee table for a leather ottoman, which could play triple-duty as a coffee table, footrest and extra seating.

I'm sure this kitchen is the end-result of a huge gut-job as it's far bigger than what you would've found in an Edwardian home. I love the large center island with built-in wine storage. And again, all the storage is amazing. I'm not entirely sure how I feel about the cream cabinets -- while they look amazing with the wide-plank floors, I'm not sure how well they work with the black (presumably granite) countertops or the green walls. I also would've added a backsplash (or as the Brits call it, a splashback) -- kitchens always look unfinished to me without one.

The bedroom is lovely. I like the choice of a modern fixture with the traditional ceiling plaster and the fireplace is nice. That said, I'm surprised how unstaged the room feels -- they didn't even both to remove the humidifier sitting on the floor before taking the picture. I also feel like there's a lot of empty space here. I'm all for an uncluttered look, but a nice seating area near the fireplace would help take advantage of the feature and the undersized oriental rug at the foot of the oversized bed just seems to highlight the poor layout. On the whole, this room would've been well-served by the aid of a decorator -- lots of unrealized potential.

Here's a shot of the master bathroom -- beautiful, isn't it? I particularly love the basin sinks atop the wood vanity (which looks like a piece of real furniture). The modern faucets are also beautiful. As with the kitchen, I think the wall behind the vanity would've been well served by a backsplash (even if just carrying over the tiles used around the bathtub and shower areas). I'm also very envious of the towel warmer in the bathtub, it adds that extra touch of luxury. All in all, very sleek and modern, but the warm beige of the tiles and dark wood vanity keep it from feeling cold.

This patio is absolutely gargantuan for a London row house. I'd love to see this patio come spring -- hopefully the owner has a few flowering plants to liven things up. I also see that she has an outdoor heater, a necessity for chilly London days and nights.

Top office interior design - New office interior

If you own a business, you will at some point need to redesign Top office interior design - New office interior. This is not just for the sake of aesthetics, it is to render your office more functional, and this is without a doubt a rather worthy goal. The question at this point is, however, how you will go about redesigning that interior, and if you have already redesigned at some point you might wonder how you could move your layout to another building.

This can be difficult and many companies will choose to simply abandon their old office furniture either because they do not feel like taking it with them or because it is too expensive. After the move, it might be difficult to remember exactly what you had and how the floor was laid out. Luckily, there are companies out there who will help you to move regardless of your situation and help you in Top office interior design - New office interior. In addition, these companies will help with the design and deployment of new office floor plans.

When you are looking for a company of this nature, you should take note that price should really not be an object. You don't want to empty your company coffers of course, but you need to understand that a decent relocation or setup is going to cost quite a bit. If you pay well, you might find a company that has your best interest at heart, one of those interests being environmental awareness.

We are becoming more and more aware of the world around us as of late, and as a result we have implemented a number of environmentally friendly or 'green' programs. If you seek out the right Top office interior design - New office interior or relocation program, they will do a good job of regulating their water and electricity use as well as handling the recycling of their materials. Many will say that they don't care how the job is done as long as it actually gets done, but if you utilize green energy saving techniques, it will not only make you feel better, it will make you look better to the public as the company is probably using your electricity to finish this relocation project.

Without a doubt, Revo group is the company for you. Not only will they get the "Top office interior design - New office interior" job done, they will ensure the transition is seamless by involving the senior management from your company. As the client, you will be able to choose your level of involvement but if you wish to direct the installation of every single piece of equipment, that is your prerogative.

In addition, Revo group is committed to getting the job done without disrupting the client's business. They understand that time is money and the more you lose, the worse off your business is going to be in the long run.

With a level of safety that outshines many other companies, a commitment to excellence and the ability to move your office to and from any location, Revo is one company that won't be leaving your address book any time soon. Give them a call when it's time to relocate and experience the Revo difference.,1177385755,1/stock-photo-the-modern-office-interior-design-d-render-3147258.jpg
Top office interior design - New office interior
Top office interior design - New office interior
Top office interior design - New office interior
Top office interior design - New office interior

Modern Home Office Furniture - Living Room Furniture

For business owners attempting to source affordable, yet good quality Modern Home Office Furniture - Living Room Furniture may often prove to be a somewhat daunting task. However, for online buyers, Mobile Tronics, an office system and computer desk superstore, has combined affordability and the widest range that is able to successfully meet the demands of any type of office. Mobile Tronics has served the needs of businesses for close to forty years, and as such, we are able to offer expert advice in regards to the best type of Modern Home Office Furniture - Living Room Furniture to suit your particular needs. Our computer desks are vital components of any office furniture collection and our wide selection of computer desks provide consumers with style, dependability and more importantly quality. Whether you are looking for sit-down computer desks, cart workstations, computer desks with storage hutches, or L-shaped computer desks, Mobile Tronics has computer desks in varying shapes and designs.

Over and above the widest selection of computer desks which form part of Mobile Tronics home office furniture, consumers will be able to select from printer stands, chairs, training tables, TV stands, AV carts, presentation stations, instrument carts, group workstation, clustered workstations, computer security centers and even school computer furniture. With Mobile Tronics' original approach to office furniture, consumers can add or remove standard office furnitureto best serve their needs and their available furniture budget, which allows customers to opt for Modern Home Office Furniture - Living Room Furniture which is adaptable and flexible. Mobile Tronics, Inc. is considered a complete furniture solution that has the necessary inventory to supply office furniture and equipment to a diverse range of industries. Whether consumers are seeking audio-visual or home computer furniture, Mobile Tronics' diverse stock allows them to satisfy every need.

Top home interior design ideas

Top interior design - Best interior design school

Programs that are offered Top interior design - Best interior design school in Kansas will vary from those offered in other floral design schools located elsewhere. This is also true for set and fashion design schools. A set design school in Seattle or Top interior design - Best interior design school in New York will have an immense difference in size, atmosphere, financial costs and in other aspects when compared to a school in other locations in the country. The hours that students need to log might also show some differences in diverse places.

Another factor in choosing Top interior design - Best interior design school is the level of degree offered. Depending on whether the student wants to study in a program for a certificate, a diploma, an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in design, the student will pick a school that offers this specific degree.

Another factor is the cost of the education, whether it is affordable or expensive. A student would normally have to choose between private institutions and public schools. A private institution is generally more expensive when compared to a public school.

Top interior design - Best interior design school. The size of the school is also a consideration. A prospective student will choose a school depending on whether the student will favor a school that represents a close knit community and cater to only a limited number of students or whether the student prefers to remain as an anonymous member of the population in a large university.

Top interior design - Best interior design school. The feel and the atmosphere of an institution are also other criterion that needs to be thought of. A student may want to be enrolled in a school with a very relaxed atmosphere or he might go for the other end of the spectrum and enroll in a school with a rigid academic schedule. It all depends on the student's preferences.

Virtual Vacation: Great Smoky Mountains

Dave and I have elected to spend our Christmas vacation at home again this year, and while I welcome the opportunity to indulge in a bit of a "staycation," I can't help but wish we were sitting around a slightly more festive environment -- like, say, a cozy cabin nestled in the mountains.

Now I'll be the first to admit that I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, a girl who likes to "rough it". To pull a few lines from Troop Beverly Hills (a favorite movie of mine as a kid) [In reference to the Troop "camping out" at the Beverly Hills Hotel]:

Velda: "Is this what you call roughing it?"
Phyllis: "One bathroom for nine people? Yes."

And so, while I may be a fan of the Great Outdoors, I've always preferred to spend my nights in slightly more luxurious surroundings -- and I wouldn't normally consider cabins as qualifying. But in the talented hands of Atlanta designer Suzanne Kasler, this cozy English-style cabin (dubbed Toad Hall) nestled in the heart of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee manages to be both rustic and luxe. It also happens to be the kind of place I'd love to escape to for the holidays: the perfect spot to cozy up by a big wood burning fire with the hubby, pup and a good book.

I love the warmth that the tapestry, rug and heavy curtains bring to the exposed wood walls and ceiling. The overall feeling is to reminiscent of an English country house, where the cold wood and stone walls and floors are covered with heavy fabrics and tapestries to insulate against the harsh British weather.

Decorating Tip #476: A beautiful Chinoiserie screen works anywhere, even in a log cabin. Perhaps what I love most about this cabin is that there's nary a moose head or stuffed pheasant in sight. Just goes to show you that there's no reason to slavishly adhere to "hunting lodge style" if you want to create a rustic, cabin mood.

Should you decide to invite a large group over to your winter hideaway, there's plenty of space for entertaining in the dining room. Anchoring the large table with two wingback chairs in a buttery yellow brings in a more modern touch, a nice counterbalance to the traditional dining set, candelabra and curtains. While much of the furniture and the walls are dark, plenty of light streams in from the french doors.

I'm fairly certain I'd be parked in front of this fire for much of the day, watching the snow fall outside the window while enjoying the crackle of the fire. Divine.

I love how the kitchen is both rustic and modern. The cabinetry has the look of fine furniture and the lack of upper cabinets gives the kitchen a more refined look that you might find in a dining room. Indeed, the lower cabinets resemble a buffet that just happens to have a gorgeous oven in the center of it.

Of course the master bedroom has a large stone fireplace -- all the better to snuggle up by on a cold winter's night. I love the height of the room as well, but the canopy bed keeps the feel cozy rather than cavernous. The juxtaposition of the floral fabric and the rustic walls and fireplace makes this room perfectly suited for both men and women.

This beautiful canopied bed has me simply dying to dive in it head first. Nothing like a big, fluffy duvet and a roaring fire for sleeping in over the holidays. My only question: where are the side tables and bedside lamps?! As an avid reader in bed, I'm at something of a loss to explain their absence (especially since there's clearly room around the bed for small tables).

Of course though, like any good cabin worth its salt, it's the view outdoors that's the most compelling, the most awe-inspiring. This time of year you might need a space heater and a few blankets to make this porch comfortable, but I'm sure the views across the lake would be well worth it.

Who doesn't love sitting on a rocker on the front porch chewing the fat late into the night?

The "Writer's Cottage", another guest house, is nestled between the garden and the woods beyond. I'd imagine it's exactly the sort of place a writer might go looking for some inspiration.

One of the guest houses, adorably dubbed "Tadpole Cottage".
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Blog Archive