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Know Your Sofa Options: Arms, Cushions, Backs and Bases

Get your sock arm straight from your track arm — along with everything else — to choose the sofa that’s right for you Full Story
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marjoriecaridi
As interesting as this was I would like to see an ideabook about the parts of the sofa you can't see. I don't need to know the style names of the arms, backs, etc to know whether or not I like the looks of it.
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4tanjan
hello...please email eyeseeok@aol.com if you know where we can purchase the ceiling lamp pictured above your grand piano photo thanks
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Old Furniture: Clean, Reupholster or Replace It?

A veteran upholstery cleaner weighs in on the options for found, inherited and thrift store furniture Full Story
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Connie Long Interiors
No problem, just wanted you to know that it is a save a viable way to have furniture, rugs, drapery, etc. cleaned when they are at their worst but worth saving.
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Ronald Johnstone
Ozone Generators

Not to beat a dead item, but the ozone warning report from the state of CT seemed unusually on the "safe" side of technology. (Government agencies always seem to be warning of the dangers of something and my extensive experience with industrial chemicals over the years has been that they are very wrong in their idea of danger levels.)
A much more realistic list of safety levels for ozone can be found at: http://www.understandingozone.com/limits.asp
Basically, if you are ozoning a chair or couch, tent it so the O3 stays where it is needed. If you are doing a house or room, leave. If the smell of ozone (what you smell after a lightning storm) is objectionable to you, open the windows and turn on a fan and leave the area for a hour or so. Ozone, O3, is unstable and will degrade into O2 depending on the air temperature and the agitation (breeze or fan).
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Kitchen Counters: Quartzite Offers Strength and Beauty

Eye-catching patterns and a natural pedigree make durable quartzite a popular alternative to granite and marble Full Story
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Hi Amy, wow! I didn't know you could do that. Was it difficult? Please tell us more.

It looks great!
July 19, 2014 at 12:42am     
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Amy
We hired Todd Baker from Aspire Design to do the lighting. It is an acrylic box with LED light strips running through it. The quartzite is then installed on top of the acrylic box. We really loved working with Todd. He was professional, honest & reliable. Wish I could say the same for all of the other contractors!

6541 North Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32810
(407)-682-3380
www.AspireGlass.com
July 21, 2014 at 8:09am     
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