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Sophisticated Home Decoration With Stained Glass Lamps

Stained glass lamps give an old world charm, warm and calm feeling. They can be used to replace candles to eliminate the problem of lighting many candles and replacing them regularly. At the same time, it lends a warm and radiant feel to the room. When you install stained glass lamps, you will feel like you are living in another world. Air of your house will be kaleidoscopically colorful, when sun will glance at your place. There will be no grey sky and sad mood in your house!

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Using Stained Glass Lampshades for Home Decoration

Using stained glass in a home decoration never seems to go out of style. There are very many ways to integrate stained glass into your home design. One of the most simple but at the same time elegant ways is to purchase stained glass lampshades. These lampshades are both beautiful and functional, and provide soft charming light being placed in any room.

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Glass Mosaic Tile Art: Make Mosaics With Stained Glass Patterns

Looking for something new in your mosaic art? Here’s a fresh idea. Make mosaics using large stained-glass pieces as if making a stained-glass window, instead of using small pieces cut to the stale, standard shapes of squares, rectangles, and triangles.

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Glass Mosaic Tile Art: Creating Mosaic Tables

How do you create lovely stained glass mosaic tables? Once you know these basic steps, your creativity can take over.

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The Origin and History of Beautiful Stained Glass Windows

The origin and history of stained glass windows and how to beautify your home with stained glass.

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Glass Mosaic Tile Art: Stunning Mosaic Tables

Looking for the perfect table that not only brings your room alive with color, but also serves as a stunning work of art that catches everyone's eye?

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The Art of Stained Glass

As with all forms of art, its beauty is defined by the ... it arouses. Perhaps the most ... aspect in the art of stained glass is in its' ... It's durable, yet fragile, challeng

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Stained Concrete Flooring Leading the Concrete Craze

If you want to stain a small area, you might tackle the job yourself, particularly if you're working with an acrylic-based stain, which tends to be more user-friendly. However, the surface must be professionally cleaned and washed over several times. The surface should also be freed of streak marks, footprints, and all residues. Most stained concrete flooring manufacturers will provide color charts displaying multiple hues, or even actual samples of stained concrete to help you experiment the options.

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Glass Mosaic Tile Art: Tessera Thickness is Important

When selecting tessera types, be aware that varying thicknesses require extra care and work when grouting. Also, it’s important to plan your project well to know if varying thicknesses are appropriate.

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Installing a Stained Glass Lamp above Pool Table

As with any indoor sport you need a sufficient amount of light above a pool table. Pool table lights are often placed at the ceiling above pool table. These lights must be strong enough without hurting the eyes. This way, the players can clearly see the table, as well as the balls. Most pool table tops are deep green, and with poor lighting it is difficult to see anything but the green. Not only that, but a good light over a pool table also adds to the ambiance of the room. So much that people like to add neon lights around the perimeter of the room, in the darker areas, for an added effect.

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What is Carpet Area, Built-Up Area, and Super Built-Up Area?

Most of the time, realtors and agents throw some real estate terms like carpet area and built-up area to us which leave us look cluelessly at them.

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Glass Mosaic Tile Art: How to Store Your Stained Glass

How do you store and organize your stained glass without spending a fortune on racks and cabinets? Here’s a neat idea to organize your stained glass for a fraction of the cost.

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Tiffany Fire Place Screens

Historically, fire place screens were used to conceal the fireplaces in large homes partly for decorative purposes, but also to help reduce up drafts from the open fireplace. Today, they are mainly used for decoration, and as such they need not be solely confined to the front of the fireplace.

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5 Tips for Effective Driveway Cleaning

Some traditional and not so traditional methods of driveway cleaning. Various methds from professional driveway cleaning and concrete cleaning tools to using everyday household items.

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Finding a Leaking Pipe

Leaking pipes have the ability to cause serious damage to your home, not to mention the damage they’ll do to your water bill. Leaks aren’t always readily visible; sometimes they have to be tracked down and caught in the act.

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