Monday, 20 September 2010

It's hard to believe that summer is almost over!

If you're the kind of decorator who likes to change your decor with the seasons, now is the perfect time to start looking at Autumn decor for your home. One of the nice things about rotating decor with the seasons is that you can keep a fresh, updated look in your home.

Redecorating an interior design needs lots of inspiration and also great imagination to create a livable home. One of the most vital and private rooms in our house is bedroom. And a new bedroom design surely would bring so much fun and refresh our mind. You could décor it with new furniture or reorganize your existing furniture.

Moroccan style is about comfort and easy living inspired by the outdoors. It's colors and designs come from a varied ethnic history influenced by the Berber culture, French Colonials, and Islam. Hallmarks of Moroccan style include large lanterns, lush fabrics, and colourful ceramics.

Try the Fabric wall?

A long curtain made from fine white fabric runs the length of the back wall to add softness and warmth to this bright room.

Great for the Autumn Air!
A hot tub is used for soaking, relaxation, massage, or hydrotherapy. In most cases, they have jets for massage purposes. Hot tubs are usually located outdoors, and are often sheltered for protection from the elements, as well as for privacy. Other variants in naming include "Spa", and the trade name "Jacuzzi". These variants can be used to mean an indoor fixture, but a "Hot Tub" is almost always outdoors.

There are essentially two different styles of hot tubs:

  * Simple wooden-staved soaking tubs
  * One piece plastic tubs (usually referred to as spas)

Hot tubs are usually heated using an electric or natural gas heater, though there are also submersible wood-fired heaters, as well as solar hot water systems. Hot tubs are also found at natural hot springs; in this case, the water may be dangerously hot and must be combined with cool water for a safe soaking temperature.

Water sanitization is very important in hot tubs, as many organisms thrive in a warm, wet environment. Maintaining the hot tub water chemistry is also necessary for proper sanitization and to prevent damage to the hot tub.

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