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Small kitchen design tips

Home interior
Small kitchens go hand in hand with a lot of inconveniences caused by the lack of space but unfortunately, not everyone can afford it to live in a spacious house. If you are among those people who are trying to find a solution to the lack of space, you probably keep the kitchen appliances and furniture to the minimum. Even if you like a new sofa, you realize that you don’t have enough room for it and leave the store disappointed. Well, here are a few tips that will help you optimize the space and make the kitchen more functional. (more…)
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How to select an alarm clock

Lifestyle
The alarm of the clock wakes you up at a specific time every day. Most modern clocks, however, have a variety of features, such as a reminder. That can refer to the intake of medicine, for an event, for an important call to make, etc. But how to choose an alarm clock that is right for you and fits your needs? Here are some tips: (more…)
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Christmas at home or at a fancy restaurant – which one is better?

Lifestyle
Christmas is traditionally a family holiday, unlike New year's Eve, for example, which can be spent with friends. Most people associate Christmas with cold weather, snow outside, a lot of lights and decorations. On the other hand, however, Christmas represents love, comfort and warmth at the family home. Where you should celebrate this bright Christian holiday? At home or at a fancy restaurant? Decide for yourself: (more…)
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Ideas for creating a charming dining room with red accents

Home interior
Red is not always the first color that comes to mind when decorating the living room or bedroom, because there it should be used carefully and in moderation. But when it comes to the dining room, red color is favorite of many people. It’s often used in homes and other establishments. Many designers prefer to use this color as an accent. However, if the design of the dining room is well thought out, red would be appropriate not only during the Christmas holidays and Valentine's Day, but throughout the whole year. Check out some suggestions: (more…)
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