The Benefits of Body Pillows

Are you looking for some great ways to get a good night sleep? Have you tried different kinds of pillows and mattress but none of these worked out? If so then now is the perfect time to get the body pillows that would certainly help you get a good night sleep in no time.

There are different kinds of bedsheets and bed fabric accessories in the market today. There are those throw pillows, head pillow, neck pillows and such. But if you are looking for more comfortable rest then you'd better get the right kind of body pillows today. You could choose from snoogle body pillows, back and belly contoured pillow, all nighter body pillows and boppy total pillow.

Here are some of the benefits which you could get from this pillow today.

Benefit #1: Ideal for pregnant women This special type of pillow is very ideal for pregnant women since they are the ones who are in need for more support. With the use of this pillow they will surely feel more comfortable and at ease even while they are traveling.

Benefit #2: Ideal for people with back pains This useful pillow is ideal to those who have back and spinal pains. The materials used for this kind of pillow are actually made to help alleviate the joints aches and pains. Using it can actually give relief and help them get a good night sleep. It helps them relax their muscles.

You could have these two great benefits if you will choose the right pillow today. Bear in mind that choosing the right one can even help you attain good posture.

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A Tour of the Palace
A Tour of the Palace
All roads to the palace passed by corpses - a mini-van with the fighter who had tried to ram it into US soldiers carbonised at the wheel, the attendant sprawled by the towering arch, the guard lying in the shadow of a golden dome, the body of a middle-aged man rotting in his green BMW near the north gate.These were the approaches to Saddam World, the forbidden city on the bend in the Tigris that was the steely inner core of the Iraqi regime, and its private playground.On the lower reaches of the palm-fringed estate, off-limits to all but the most exalted members of the regime, the London-based Guardian newspaper reporter found the poolside palace where the ruling family used to take its pleasure: the first glimpse into the private life of the secretive trio of father and sons who terrorised Iraq for years.Headed notepaper in a drawer bearing the name of Saddam's eldest son, Uday, called it the Domes Palace. It appeared to be the favourite spot of Uday, a notorious womaniser who would kidnap young women on the streets for his gratification.While the country was ruled by Saddam, Uday, his brother Qusay and a clutch of relatives and clansmen, ordinary Iraqis were too afraid to even point in the general direction of the Republican Palace and few knew what was harboured there.With Saddam's whereabouts still a mystery, his pleasure domes featured on a tour of Baghdad by the retired US general Jay Garner, the newly designated, temporary military ruler of Iraq who is in search of a headquarters for the new regime.Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Decamp, US army commandant of the compound, said the main building, adorned with huge busts of Saddam wearing the helmet of Saladin, would be an ideal choice. If the general decides to take it, he will have plenty of space to roam around. The compound stretches more than 1 kilometres along the river.Though the Republican Guard offices at its northern gate were reduced to rubble, and troops were picking corpses off the grounds with a bulldozer this week, for burial along the main avenue, the complex remains imposing.Apart from the main Republican Palace, the Moorish-style fantasy palace by the pool and a private house locked by the US Army, it has apartment blocks for the staff, a Spanish hacienda guesthouse for dignitaries, a palace for receptions, a nursery school painted with Mickey and Minnie Mouse and Bugs Bunny, an oversized replica of Jerusalem's golden Dome of the Rock, and a private theatre.Even the US Army was awed by its size, especially the Republican Palace, with its miles of marble corridors. "I've never seen anything like this in my life," said a soldier in the tank idling by the gate. "It's beautiful, or at least it was," he said, meaning before it became the main theatre in the battle for Baghdad.But the four-metre chased brass doors, the mirror and gilt ceilings and the mural of Saddam instructing his master builder left them cold. "There are a lot of marble floors and the chandeliers are huge, but there is a kind of cheap feel," said Sergeant Steve Walden.The crescent-shaped Republican Palace was apparently never lived in by Saddam, and the US forces found almost no personal effects there. Nor were there many clues to the personality of the former master of Iraq in the palace where he once received foreign dignitaries.These palaces projected the official image of Saddam - built on a scale to intimidate. Much of his private life remains under guard in a smaller palace at the southern end, locked by Decamp when the compound was captured. "It had the nicest stuff you have ever seen, stacked up like a warehouse," he said.He described hundreds of bottles of choice drinks with a logbook of when they were served, expensive pen sets, and the accessories that were Saddam's insignia: the black homburg hat and a gun. He used the home as recently as December, judging by the US news magazines the troops found there.Decamp allowed a tour of Saddam's other refuge, the Domes Palace, where he and his sons relaxed. It is now serving duty as a medical station.Down the road, US engineers were burying the corpses of the regime's defenders with as close as they could get to Muslim rites, and marking their plots on a grid.It could hardly have been more removed from the scenes that would have unfolded at the palace during the days of Saddam and his sons. Then it was not about death but sex. The oval-shaped swimming pool set the tone, with a bar at the shallow end with stools for eight.A lounge in one of the turrets, with oyster shell-shaped throw pillows, has a painting in coral and aqua in a medieval style of a man reading a book and wrapping his arm around a woman, his hand resting on her right breast. Improbably for the most heavily guarded compound in Iraq, the windows are fitted with locks and keys. Sergeant Miguel Deugarte, the US army tour guide, pronounced it "cheesy".Downstairs the main hall was knee-deep in rubble from the bomb that pierced the ceiling.Among the wreckage there were still signs of splendour and decadence, from the matching flower-shaped fountains in the sitting room by its fresco of a woman playing the mandolin, to the dining chairs with alternating backrests of blue-eyed men and women. A painting showed a man raising a jug to his lips; the spout was the face of a woman.But the heart of this home is perhaps the suite of bedrooms opening directly onto a patio that faced the pool, with a powder-blue canopy bed surrounded by nylon curtains and a matching chaise longue. The other two bedrooms - in sage green and pale pink - are equally lavishly appointed, the dressing tables adorned with twinkling mirror mosaics.It was more difficult to divine the purpose of a fourth room, where a strange back-stretching contraption was set up in front of two matching armchairs. The soldiers were mystified, but then their whole encounter with Saddam World had been puzzling."This is Saddam Hussein's palace?" said Deugarte. "I expected better than this. You can go to any palace in Germany and you see oak, mahogany and beautiful craftsmanship, hand carving. He might have been rich, but he had poor taste." - Guardian
French Toile Bedding Tips for a Classic Touch by Patricia ...
French Toile Bedding Tips for a Classic Touch by Patricia ...
French toile bedding is enjoying a huge resurgence in popularity for bedroom decorating. What, you may be wondering, is French toile? Quite simply, French toile (twaal) is cotton fabric with all over floral or pastoral prints.The most common colors are black, navy or blue, red, and green on white or cream backgrounds. These prints work great with French provincial or traditional bedroom furnishings. Genuine toile comes only from France and is quite airy, allowing it to drape well when used in bedding, draperies, bed canopies, or just about anywhere in the home.Numerous bedding manufacturers offer French toile bedding that is sure to please. Let's look at some of the favorites more closely- Country Life Toile Black by Waverly features black on off-white print in a traditional 18th Centruly toile de Jouy motif coordinated with a classic country check print. Using three different fabrics, Country Life Black, Classic Ticking Black, and Cheerful Check Black, the ensemble offers a cozy, cottage feel to any bedroom.Thomasville offers Provence, a whimsical twist on classic French toile. Using a sunny yellow background, the toile print features blue and white gazebo scenes framed in blue floral garlands. Blue and yellow awning stripes create a coordinating bed skirt and boudoir pillow. White and blue gingham check sheets add to the charm of this country-themed French toile bedding. Coordinating accessories are available to design a unique toile bedroom look you'll love.A.J. Moss Victorian Park toile bedding line boasts elegant yet colorful toile prints on ivory. Choose from blue, red, green, or traditional black to depict the detailed scenes of this French toile bedding print. The comforter, shams, and reversible throw pillows reverse to gingham check print in the colors of the bedding. This gingham print continues on the matching bed skirt and European shams.Cherrington is another offering from Thomasville in the French toile style. The sapphire and off-white tree of life pattern depicted on the comforter is offset by bold stripes on the bed skirt, European pillow shams, and throw pillows. Sheets are available which reflect the comforter colors, but in reverse colors, making this collection prefer for a master or guest bedroom.Thomasville has really jumped into the French toile bedding niche. Bouvier, another of their designs, offer classic black and cream toile but updated with modern red accents. The bed skirt adds a leaf print and sheets complete the look using a black and cream windowpane plaid print. This great ensemble uses the beauty of the traditional mixed with flare of modern elements to create a French toile bedding collection that can fit into many less traditional bedroom designs.Hope you enjoyed this little guide to Toile bedding. Now why not give it a try in your very own bedroom.
Decorating Ideas for Renters
Decorating Ideas for Renters
Unless you're lucky enough to have a lax landlord, personalizingyour rental propertyin any way that permanently alters the walls, floors or cabinets will likely be prohibited.But that doesn't mean you can't add colour, character and style to your living spaces. Here are10 easy decoratingideasthat won'tget you evicted.Temporary decals, like these vibrant wall flowers from , turn plain walls into artsyfocal points. Made of washable vinyl, they can be removed and repositioned without leaving any sticky residue on the surface. Availablein hundreds of patterns, colours or inspiring sayings, they can also be used on windows, doors and furniture.Transforminga kitchen from drab to fab is an easy DIY projectwith self-adhesive contact paper. Once used solely for lining drawers and cabinets, it now comes in a rainbow of colours, wood finishes, textures, metals, even chalkboard paint for giving cabinets, counters, backsplash tileandappliances a facelift.Even the smallest bachelor apartment can look and feel like a rustic lodge with panels of reclaimed wood on the walls. An innovative new system calledArtis Wall makes it easy to create stunning accent walls.Sold in kits, lightweight planks come pre-sanded and stained and adhere to the wall with peel-and-stick strips and adhesive backing.Order online atSometimes all a neutral bathroom needs is a splashof colour to give it personality. The easiest way to do that is with a lively shower curtain. Made of durable plastic, vinyl or washable fabric, the sky's the limit when choosing boldprints and motifs. To help definespaces or create privacy in an open layout, invest in a free-standingbifold room divider or screen. From shoji paper and woven bamboo to painted canvas and carved wood, these portable partitions are both handy and decorative. When there's no money in the budget for original watercolours orbold abstracts, bring rooms to life with potted plants. Besides looking lush and green, research shows common houseplantsimprove air quality, relieve stress and help fight colds and sore throats. When repainting isn't an option, hanging art, posters and framed photos is the perfect alternative. But hammering tiny nails into the wall will damage the drywall. 3M Command has a simple and affordable solution:adhesive picture hanging strips and hooks that can be easily removed and reused without damaging the surface. Prices start around $5 for a pack of three.You can never have too many colourful throw pillows heaped on the couch, bed or floor in front of the TV. They not only boost the comfort of a space, but can change its look and style altogether. Not that long ago, you needed a trough of water, tub of paste, sharp utility knife, scraper and hours of free time to install wallpaper. Now,there areself-adhesivewall coverings and muralsthat can be mounted and removed withoutany mess orextra materials. Overhead lightingoften casts horrible shadows, butyou're not likely to go to theexpense of replacing ceiling fixtures in a rental. Time to invest in cool lamps that you simply plug in (or out when you move) for instant ambience or task lighting.
How to Turn Your Home Office into a Guest Room
How to Turn Your Home Office into a Guest Room
Let's face it. Space can be at a premium these days so creating rooms in your home that provide more than a single function is becoming the norm.With some slight modifications and implementing a few key pieces of furniture, your home office could easily be transformed into an inviting guest room.But before tackling this project, consider these design tips to help you increase the room's function and create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for your guests. Lets show them how much we really love them!1. Assess Your Needs. Ask yourself: How many guests do you typically have at any given time? Do you need a single or queen sized sleeper? How long do they plan to stay? What type of office equipment do you have that needs to be stored or concealed? Will you need access to your computer during the day? The answers to these questions will help you determine the type of furniture you'll need to buy (if any).2. Proportion And Layout. Be aware of the size of your room and scale the pieces accordingly. Keep everything sleek and stylized and don't over clutter. Introduce a combination of open and closed shelves to display your family photos or collections, and to hide some of the bulkier office equipment. You may want to consider a simple desktop just deep enough for your laptop, a few floating shelves above, and some file drawers on casters below. Keep the bedding simple and throw pillows to a minimum. Providing just a splash of color and texture will go a long way. Finally make sure to have ample open floor space for easy traffic flow.3. Flexibility. Have some fun here, since there are some fabulous and very innovative products on the market right now. A big space saver is the desk/bed. It transforms from a desk into a bed while keeping all your computer and office equipment in its place when the bed is lowered into position.........very ingenious! Another one to consider is the new and improved version of the Murphy bed. With a little twist and turn it accommodates storage, shelving, a desk surface and bed. If you're really tight on space the sleeper sofa or armchair is the perfect space saving solution. Be sure to test it out first to see how easy it is to open, and how comfortable the bed is. Also be on the lookout for some interesting trunks or barrels with either hinged or removable lids that provide storage for bedding and other supplies. You can always use them as side tables or extra seating. Remember, flexibility here is key.4. Lighting. The proper lighting in your guest room/home office can have a great impact over both your mood and productivity. Overlapping pools of light such as general lighting (overheads, preferably on dimmers), task lighting (lamps with tri-light bulbs) and accent lighting (lighting shelves, plants, art etc.) will ultimately provide you and your house guest with the best result all around.5. Details. Always provide your guests with the coziest bedding possible. When crawling into bed at the end of the day, nothing says Ahhhhh, like fine Egyptian cotton linens and a luxurious down comforter. Add a little extra touch by leaving a few of your favorite magazines - and even some decadent chocolates next to the bed. Arrange some deliciously scented toiletries in a basket along with some guest towels. And don't forget a few stems of flowers on the bedside table. These special treats will undoubtedly make your guest's feel warm and welcome and give them a vacation to remember.
This Is How to Mix Pattern Like a Pro
This Is How to Mix Pattern Like a Pro
By JENNIFER FERNANDEZ for Architectural Digest When you're known as one of Spain's hottest decorators and your weekend getaway is a seaside villa with a colorful history, you're bound to engage in some creative blending of styles. Such was the case for AD100 designer Lorenzo Castillo , whose retreat on the Cantabrian Sea was once home to the glamorous Marquesa de Argüelles before his grandparents bought the Asturian property in the 1930s. Unfortunately, his mother sold the place when Castillo was a teenager, but after a series of serendipitous events, the designer bought back the house a couple of years ago and quickly set to work establishing his design hallmarks, including a layered approach to mixing bold yet approachable patterns . At one end of the villa's drawing room, velvet curtains in a medieval-style motif contrast with faux zebra-hide throw pillows and a sectional sofa clad in a giant windowpane check. But far from overwhelming, the combination is soothing yet fashion-forward--and entirely befitting of a holiday house. Here's how to achieve a similarly maximalist look in your own home.Photo: RICARDO LABOUGLE Choose a color palette The easiest way to mix pattern is to create contrast within a single color. In Castillo's blue-hued master bedroom, a herringbone-like motif coordinates with a vintage David Hicks love seat upholstered in a Rubelli tweed and honeycombed curtains on the canopy bed--all in varying shades of powder and navy.Photo: RICARDO LABOUGLE Ground patterns with neutrals In the drawing room, a gray velvet sofa and armchair anchor competing prints, from the framed 1970s patchworks that hang against the Gastón y Daniela wallpaper to the ikat-upholstered seating at right.Photo: RICARDO LABOUGLE Mix media In one bedroom, Castillo splashed a printed cotton by Gastón y Daniela on bed frames, throw pillows, curtains, and upholstered screens for a more-is-more look that still manages to feel serene.Photo: RICARDO LABOUGLE Play with scale and shape In the stairway, Castillo installed a wallpaper of his own design. Frames in varying shapes and sizes break up the print's repetition and lend dimension to the space. The grain of the wood flooring creates its own subtle pattern, adding an element of rustic variation.Photo: RICARDO LABOUGLE Stick to a theme In a guest room, a large Art Deco tapestry surmounts twin beds clad in a Gastón y Daniela fabric. The disparate prints are united by a similar scheme of fruit and flora.More from Architectural Digest:Inside Jennifer Aniston's Gorgeous Beverly Hills Home Tour Sarah Jessica Parker's Epic East Village Townhouse 30 Incredible Classic White Kitchens 10 Unbelievable Dream Closets Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady's Incredible L.A. Home An Exclusive Tour of Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu Home Also on HuffPost:
Toile  Bedding
Toile Bedding
Toile fabric was first commercially produced in France in 1760. The word "toile" means "cloth" in French. The fabric was created in a region called Jouy-en-Josas. It was originally referred to as Toile de Jouy for that reason. The first toile prints were usually white or cream. The stories told in the original toile patterns might be the retelling of a Greek or Roman myth, a sailing adventure, or simply the daily life of a farmer in the French countryside.Today the word toile is used to describe an elegant printing technique with engraving-like detail which tells a story with the images depicted. The images consist of a pattern of a single color, most often black, dark red, or blue. Greens and magenta colors sometimes make an appearance in toile patterns but are less common. The intricacy and uniqueness of these designs has kept them alive since their first appearances in the 1700's. These patterns can be found on any base from bedding, linens, and curtains to wallpaper and even recently, clothing. Toile remains most popular for bedding and linens and the top manufacturers all offer a toile ensemble. Ranging from traditional French country scenes to florals these bedding ensembles are a beautiful way to enhance your living space and create decorating detail that simply can not be found in other designs. Some of the different offerings by bedding manufacturers are described in the rest of the article.A.L. Ellis Inc. produces a line of toile bedding which they print themselves. Their elegant French country scenes are printed on a cream colored background and come in black, blue, sage, or red. To keep with this French country theme, the toile comforters are paired with a checked bed skirt.Thomasville Home Furnishings has recently released a pattern called Cherrington, which is a more modern toile featuring a gorgeous oversized floral pattern on a sapphire blue background. To give this set a striking positive/negative effect, the comforter is paired with sheets in a blue toile pattern on a crisp white background. Thomasville is also planning to release several more traditional toile patterns in the coming months. Curtain and Drapery Fashions is a company that makes bedding using a classic toile fabric by Waverly called Country Life. These ensembles come in either black or wedgewood and include a wide array of products including comforter sets, throw pillows, and window treatments.Many manufacturers offer bedding ensembles, curtains, upholstery and much more in toile patterns. The most popular offerings have been described here. When you purchase a toile bedding ensemble you can take your style a step further by adding matching window treatments, shower curtains and even furniture with toile patterned upholstery. With today's technology and a wide variety of offerings by fine manufacturers anyone can beautifully decorate their home with patterns and designs that were available only from professional decorators in the past.Comments Questions Email Here document.write(new Date().getFullYear()); HowtoAdvice.com
Look! It's a Sofa! It's a Bed! No, It's a Futon Bunk Bed ...
Look! It's a Sofa! It's a Bed! No, It's a Futon Bunk Bed ...
Multi-task. I'll bet you heard that term at least once on the news last week, and once at your child's school conference the week before. Everyone seems to be thinking of new ways to do more than one thing at a time.What if your furniture could do that, too? Well, there is such a piece of furniture, and it can be found many places - if you know where to look. It's a futon bunk bed, and it can be a very versatile addition to your household. It's been around long enough that you'd have to dig to find the first ones, but it's not outdated like that avocado green dishwasher in your mother's kitchen.Most of us have a child's room (or know a child who has one) that is a total multi-purpose space: a closet, a workbench, a guest room, a game room. A futon bunk bed is the perfect addition to that all-purpose room.It can function as a sofa to pile on and watch a movie or play video games, a place (besides that unused exercise bike) to pile clothes when they don't always make it to the closet. It can actually be a comfortable bed, too! Because they are meant to be changeable, they are not usually very heavy, and can be moved easily, which means they take up less space and are more mobile than the average bunk beds or pullout sofa.A futon bunk bed can turn a spare basement room into a guest bedroom you need, and it can be a lifesaver for a college student who can't afford both a sofa AND a bed, because of money or space. They are as versatile for the budget as they are as furniture, for you can spend a little or a lot.Some people enjoy the chameleon aspects of the futon and think about the ways a futon can easily be changed to make for maximum number of uses. A sturdy wood frame and a woven cotton cover makes a great cabin sofabed under a treehouse bunk. A glossy black frame with a white linen cover cand be the centerpiece of an Asian-style college dorm room. Spring for a new cover and some throw pillows, and you've redecorated without hiring full-time professional! Inch for inch, the futon bunk bed is the most versatile bed you can own.
Grand New Look for Humble Ticking - the New York Times
Grand New Look for Humble Ticking - the New York Times
By SUZANNE SLESINMARCH 14, 1991 This is a digitized version of an article from The Times's print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. Please send reports of such problems to . IT was the stuff of brewers' and waiters' aprons, ladies' stays, an emperor's battle tent and feather-filled bedding: rough-hewn blue and white linen twill.But these days, mattress ticking, a striped fabric with a checkered past, is being put to more urbane uses.Ticking is making starring appearances in the living room, as slipcovers on Regency sofas and Louis XV chairs, and is being made up into trendy neck rolls and throw pillows. When edged in bright red welting, it looks great adorning nicely worn metal garden furniture."Sister, I think, was the originator of making ticking what it is today," said Keith Irvine, a partner in the decorating firm Irvine & Fleming in New York.AdvertisementHe was referring to Sister Parish, a decorator who often works for New York society, and one of the first designers to take ticking out of the bedroom.Advertisement"In the 40's, she was already using mattress ticking as upholstery," Mr. Irvine said.Mattress ticking has been abandoned by some bedding manufacturers who prefer the more luxurious look of damask and brocade for their customers."Never mind that those fabrics were more suitable for an Ungaro cocktail suit," Mr. Irvine, a member in good standing of the English country house school of decorating and a believer in reverse chic, said of the more luxurious fabrics.Price can be a consideration in choosing between the look of ticking and damask. "The cost of 100 percent cotton can be three and four times the damask cloth," said Ted Marschke, president of the 75-year-old Charles Beckley Company, a custom bedding concern based in the Bronx. Mr. Marschke noted that 75 percent of his mattresses ended up by being covered with a solid tan ticking."People don't want it to clash with their sheets or dust ruffles," he said.Then there are Mr. Marschke's other customers: "Don't ask me why, but they insist on the classic government-issue ticking. They love it."At the Conran's Habitat chain of home furnishings stores, the new collection of mattresses that will be paraded onto selling floors this spring will be covered with that tried and true blue-and-white cotton ticking."The only mattresses we'll be offering," said Felicia Stingone, the publicity director of the company. The key to decorating with ticking, Mr. Irvine said, is to play off the fabric's humble beginnings.He explained that the English decorator John Fowler used it for just those "perverse" reasons.And anyway, Mr. Irvine added, it is still one of the cheapest decorating fabrics around.AdvertisementIn New York, Beckenstein Home Fabrics at 130 Orchard Street, at Delancey Street, has 54-inch wide cotton ticking in eight colors for $12.95 a yard."It's like the most beautiful simple cotton dress," said Mr. Irvine, who favors the black and white combination stripe. "We once did a whole room in it. It's sort of playing down, using the maid's room fabric up front."For summer, in the drawing room of a country house in Rye, N.Y., Irvine & Fleming, removed the carpets and outfitted the French fauteuils and bare-legged sofa with gray and white mattress ticking, demurely pleated.Information about the history of the once ubiquitous fabric is limited. "Textiles in America, 1650-1870" by Florence M. Montgomery, published by W. W. Norton in 1984, states that "linen twill was the material of choice for distillers' and brewers' aprons" and that army tents were made of the same fabric."Like so may other linen textiles," Ms. Montgomery wrote, "these were later made of cotton."In the 1940's ticking appeared in decorating books as fitted bedspreads and cafe curtains. It was homey rather than avant-garde.The interior decorator Robert Metzger likes to do things in a sweeping, lavish way, so when he uses mattress ticking, he needs lots of it."I love to tent rooms with it," said Mr. Metzger, who bemoaned the times when it was hard to get because, the cotton was "all being dyed for bluejeans and jackets.""I'm so happy it's back," he said.The Ralph Lauren Home Collection emphasizes the homespun qualities of ticking to bolster its country look. A 56-inch-wide fabric called Ryan, available only in the classic blue and cream combination, is $40 a yard at the Polo/Ralph Lauren shop on Madison Avenue (72d Street).AdvertisementMatching mattress-ticking wallpaper is $32.50 a roll.Textile firms whose showrooms serve only architects and decorators now have collections of ticking. For example, Sonia's Place, at 979 Third Avenue (59th Street) has Ralph Lauren ticking in particular, and Brunschwig & Fils, also at 979 Third Avenue, offers a wide-ranging selection of ticking and ticking look-alikes.Brunschwig's "Riga Woven Stripe" ($42 to $48.50 list a yard) and "Danzig Woven Stripe,"($52 to $58.50 list a yard) even have an imperial pedigree.The two-tone 55-inch wide fabrics are reproductions of the canvas in traditional stripes that was originally woven for Napoleon's battle campaign tent in the early 1800's.Mattress ticking is also a current best seller at Mattawan, a home furnishings shop at 491 Broadway (Broome Street) in the SoHo section of Manhattan. Ticking is transformed into duvet covers ($160) and futons (full size, $289). It is made into laundry bags ($15) throw pillows ($36) and neck rolls ($25). The child-size garden chair with its custom-made pillow is $150."This is the real thing, woven not printed," said Dan Krueger, the store's manager. "It's definitely back."A version of this article appears in print on March 14, 1991, on Page C00001 of the National edition with the headline: Grand New Look For Humble Ticking. Order Reprints| Today's Paper|Subscribe
Throw Pillows 4 Ways
Throw Pillows 4 Ways
Throw pillows are an easy way to add a pop of color and fun into your home décor. They are great for mixing and matching to brighten up a space, and you can use all your favorite patterns. Today we will share four different methods for constructing toss pillows and the pros and cons of each so you can decide which method suits you best! • Fabrics for Pillows (3/4 yard will make at least 2 pillows with mismatched fronts and backs). We recommend any medium to medium/heavyweight home decor fabric.Throwing up . .please help?It depends how long you've been throwing up and how bad it is. Can you keep anything down? Like crackers or toast? If it has been happening for more then 2 days or you can not keep anything down then you should call your doctor. I am feeling the opposite. I am nauseous and can not throw up. If you can drink without throwing up remember to keep drinking clear liquids so you wo not get dehydrated. Things like ginger-ale or apple juice or soda with the bubbles taken out. Good luckIs it legal to throw your glove in this situation?No that is NOT legalis it possible to throw up tapeworms?hi my husband said when they were kids they did i have not heard of but that's what he said you need to go to the doctorsMy dog is throwing up?She may have eaten something bad, and just has a sour stomach. My dog used to do that as well. If she keeps throwing up throughout the night, I suggest seeing a vet as soon as possible. But if it has only happened once or twice since then, I think your dog was just going through a phase of trying to get rid of the bad food she has eaten.Catching two error messages/Throw into tableIn the SQL Agent job that you use for backing up your DBs with backup devices, just have each step move onto the next step whether they fail or succeed. However, have the very last step have the below logic in it and tell it to report failure on failure and to report success on success. This will email you the failure detail from the msdb tables for that job as you would see in the SQL Agent job history area for the current date records. You could always check the SQL Agent history manually when you get the email notification as well but this works well for the need where I've set it up.I am sure you could use the logic and make some changes to suite your need further too. In my case, each backup job to backup device is it's own separate step with each moving onto the next step regardless of the results, and the very last step is as I indicated above and is sufficient for failure monitoring. If I am not in the office or by VPN connection, the emailed HTML table data will give me an idea if this needs attention and so on checking Outlook Web MailHow to throw a baseball harder?well im 15 and 6'1 185 and threw 80 last year ive been pitching once a week and lifting weights 2 days a week and now im touch 91-92 on a radar gun on some days lift 2-3 days a week working on legs (squats and leg extensions) with at least a day of rest inbetween each day do 3 sets of 10 reps of as much weight as you can leg strength is the key so throw harder....you will be able to push off the mound harder resulting in a faster fastballDo we throw out the baby with the bathwater?Being an atheist, I would rather BBQ the babby than throw it outIs it hard for you to throw things away?Yes I still have my sons blue sesame street fluffy toy and he is now 28 yr oldhow do i throw a gyroball?I heard about it today to, and i was watching it on You Tube, looks intresting and really hard to throwi am trying to throw a baseball lefty?practice practice practice just like you did to get your right arm to be good =] i hope i helped and good luck
Garden Feng Shui - ArticlesF
Garden Feng Shui - ArticlesF
For thousands of people, interior design involves more than just picking pretty throw pillows. A growing number of individuals across the country are exploring the ancient art of Feng Shui. Those who use the principles often report improvements in their relationships, financial situations, health and careers. For thousands of people, interior design involves more than just picking pretty throw pillows. A growing number of individuals across the country are exploring the ancient art of Feng Shui (pronounced "fung schway"). Those who use the principles of this centuries-old practice to guide their choice of color, materials and object placement often report improvements in their relationships, financial situations, health and careers. "Our homes express a lot about our lives," says Linda Binns, executive director of the Feng Shui Success Institute and a certified Feng Shui practitioner based in St. Charles. "Energy, known as 'Chi,' flows through our environment, and Feng Shui helps to ensure that our homes contain an optimal flow of Chi. When we achieve this, it affects our lives in remarkable and surprising ways. I've seen it work over and over again. People are always amazed at the results." When it comes to creating a beautiful and inviting home that incorporates Feng Shui, what works inside also works outside. And since many of us are spending more time outside during the warm summer months, it's a good idea to take a look around your garden, yard, deck or patio and put Feng Shui to work in your outdoor living environment, Binns says. "People are attracted to beautiful gardens and landscapes for many reasons," she notes. "They can be relaxing, inspiring and uplifting due to the generous amount of beneficial Chi they create. By making just a few improvements in your garden, you can coax some of that positive Chi into your home, enhancing all aspects of your life." Binns offers the following tips to homeowners who want to invite positive energy into their gardens: First, make sure that your plants are healthy. Replace any trees, shrubs or flowers that have died, and trim any overgrown plants, especially those that may block light through a window or obstruct a clear path to your door. Use evergreen hedges, trees or fencing at the back and sides of your yard to create a protected and private garden environment. However, be careful not to place trees, which are powerful energy-producers, too close to your house in order to prevent them from overshadowing or overpowering your home. If you already have large trees near your house, keep them trimmed so they don't touch the house, and make sure they still allow plenty of natural light to shine through your windows. An excellent method of inviting Chi toward your home is to place a small water feature, such as a bird bath or fountain, near your front entrance. Water represents wealth and absorbs and stores energy. Make sure any waterfalls run toward, rather than away from, your home to symbolize a positive flow of prosperity. As the Chi flows toward your home, it is best for it to follow a curving path or walkway rather than a straight line. You can create balance and harmony by ensuring you make good use of the five elements - wood, fire, earth, metal and water. While trees provide an abundance of wood, we can introduce the other elements by using colorful flowers, shapely shrubs and statues, texture-rich rocks or crystals, and outdoor lighting. Balance "hot" colors, such as red, orange and yellow, with "cool" colors, such as green, blue and purple. Encourage butterflies and birds into your garden by using plants that they are particularly attracted to. The presence of these animals enhances the Chi and brings the element of fire into your garden. Enjoy your garden this season , be grateful for the positive energy it provides and feel its rejuvenating effects on your well-being.
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