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With our article can give you useful information on the different types of air compressors. There are many types of compressors to choose. Choosing the right type of compressors for your needs is very critical, it will help you save a lot of hassle and money. You can know the advantages and disadvantages of different types of compressors through this article. What compressor type meet your demand? I can not know that because it all depends what you use! You will find here a short list with the most common type of compressor which has a number of typical use. Continue reading
Inspiration, incentive, and information for the chosen design direction–art deco, as typified by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann–came from perusal of the Field Building’s decry studded street-floor lobby and from research at the Art Institute of Chicago. Speaking in tandem with design co-director Carol Penfold Patterson, Luzietti cites furniture styling, patterns, colors, and textures as being prime carriers of the chosen theme.
Its initial impact strikes visitors as they step from the 43rd-floor elevator landing and turn to face the circular vestibule.
This is where first and most formative impressions are made, the spokesmen note; hence their resolve to celebrate the act of entry. Among prominent art deco designs attracting attention are the carpeting a la Ruhlmann, whose “simple and sumptuous art” wowed the crowds at the Paris Exposition of 1925. (He died eight years later.) The rug’s large central circle echoes the rotunda’s ceiling; smaller swirls relate to the six portholes in macassar ebony doors. And the double-drum chandelier takes after its prototype in the building vestibule.
Both ceiling light and door windows are made of nickel and glass. Since the VOA contingent prefers that architectural scaling be larger than interior norms, the ceiling diameter is 20 ft. whereas the rug’s midpoint medallion measures 16 ft. across. Cornices and overhead detailing are among other replays of decorative embellishments seen in the public lobby. Seating could be at home in any well-appointed 1920s/’30s drawing room. A leafy fabric covers the wall in front of a small (fourth) meeting room.
Convertible Conference Hub for Other Purposes
Located in Manhattan’s wholesale flower district, the 2,200-sq.-ft. loft is atypical of its breed since it boasts oversized steel sash window admitting good views not only front and back, but also to one side. The rear portion’s structural irregularities could have been deemed ungainly, and its “dog legs” at both ends might have been written off as useless.
Here, however, the back space is splendidly utilized for the master bedroom at one corner and a flexible study/library/occasional guest space at the other. It was the designer’s intent to smooth the rough edges of the core zone and, within, to accommodate the loft’s two main and service entries, master and guest bathrooms, laundry, part of the kitchen, and storage.
PROJECT Painted recliner chairs
We gave our dated dining chairs or recliner chair a bright and bold makeover by painting the legs a contrasting colour to the main body. Mixing up the colours and styles of the chairs (check out the different backs) adds interest, too.
JACK AND TRACY Ford put up with their ‘ “awful” kitchen in their 1960s-style Sydney home until a friend suggested they move to the kitchen to the playroom at the rear of the house. Brilliant! Not only did they get a new kitchen with new furniture, but a new lifestyle. “We use this space all the time, even for relaxing. We select best recliners located near windows with gree space as rest places for our whole family. – it’s everything we’d hoped for and more,” Jack says. Making the move meant additional structural, electrical and plumbing installations, but opting for an Ikea kitchen meant the project was affordable. Jack and Tracy followed these steps to create their DIY kitchen – problem-free!
1. DECIDE WHAT YOU
Want to achieve.
What do you want and need from your kitchen and will it work within the space? Study the room: note the pros, cons, traffic areas, where people gather, which kinds of table and chair set, and the best view or light source. If it’s not big enough, too dark or not ideal for entertaining, look at stealing space from adjacent rooms, adding windows, doors or skylights or moving it to another location. If you’re changing location, try to use the old space while the work takes place.
Create a moodbdard to get a feel for how the look of the space will work. If you know what you want, combine images, colours and materials to see how they fit. If you’re finding your look, for inspiration go online for home advisors or recliner reviews (blogs, flickr) or to magazines, friends’ homes and showrooms. “We wanted a lot of white to brighten the whole house and to create a clean and uncluttered space, but with a special feature like our Spanish-tile splashback and red island-bench panels,” Tracy explains.
Organizing Home Entertainment Central
Make Over The Media Room; Been putting off organising home entertainment central? Maybe it’s time!
TECH EQUIPMENT gets cheaper by the year. Take Blu-ray players – they give razor-sharp movie images and super sound and can now be bought for under $150. And the humble DVD player? Why, you can pick one up for 20 bucks! Other items become more and more feature-packed while increasing in quality but reducing in price. 3D televisions, for instance. Two years ago you’d have been mad to buy one, but the latest models have significantly improved 3D picture quality and can be very affordable.
Many TVs now also let you stream content (like pictures and video) wirelessly from equipment such as computers and movie cameras, and access web content, such as Skype and YouTube. You can even record shows from some TVs by simply inserting a USB stick. And some makers (LG, Samsung) have teamed up with providers such as Telstra BigPond and Yahoo to deliver on-demand movies, etc. Continue reading
So simple, so effective. We made our kraft paper Christmas tree by cutting out identical triangles from two rolls of 15m kraft paper and sticking layers of them on the wall using Blu-Tack. For the stars, we used dress-pattern paper from Spotlight. After cutting out the star shapes we pinned several layers together and attached them to the tree with double-sided tape. The trunk was made with an inner cardboard tube from a roll of cling wrap, and stuck to the wall with Blu-Tack. Presents – wrapped in kraft paper and dress patterns – were scattered at the tree’s base. Scissors, paper tree! Beachy Nautical
What better typifies an Australian Christmas Day for many than a visit to the beach or a run around in the boat? We’ve brought the colours of the sun, the sand, the surf and the sea into the living room with our neutral and natural decorating palette, and added a touch of the nautical with our anchor decorations – painted white – and the smart blue and white striped cushion covers.
Our colour scheme has been offset with a splash of traditional Christmassy red. And in true laidback Aussie style, we’ve casually strung – across the doorway and window – a length of ribbon, on which we’ve hung a selection of greeting cards. Christmas has never looked so relaxed!