Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:21:00 AM
It is best to have a garden room that brings the outdoors, indoors but modern designs allow for a lot of variations and contrasts that actually work too. It all boils down to the character you would want your garden room to have. But, as mentioned, giving it a little green without destroying the core integrity of your garden rooms character is a balance you can play with. One secret to doing this is to make sure that you have an unobstructed view of the garden that you can achieve through plenty of glass windows and wide entrances.
Tie-Dyed Clothes. Remember when bright, tie-dyed colors were all the rave? In the early eighties, everything was a starburst of six and seven different colors that didn't really match and could make your eyes water with the brightness of the design. Home furnishings have begun to incorporate this design again, with wall hangings of tie-dyed starbursts, throw rugs in the pattern, bedspreads full of tie-dyed spots, and even some couches artfully designed in such a manner. If you like the bright, anything goes style, this may be for you!
In a bowl, combine 3 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice and a couple of drops of jojoba oil or linseed oil. With a spoon, stir the ingredients properly. Now take a clean, soft cotton towel and dip an end in the solution. Moving in circular motion, use this cloth to wipe the furniture; for wooden furniture, go in the same direction as the grain. Take another dry, clean towel and wipe the oil off the furniture.
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