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Summer is coming to a close, and the holidays are not too far behind. Now is a great time to start thinking about bath renovations before entertaining guests for the upcoming holidays.
The right lighting can make even the smallest bathrooms seem bigger, brighter and better, and whether it’s a minor update or a major bath remodel, Quoizel offers lighting for every budget. From contemporary, nautical, elegant, traditional or Victorian, there is such a wide selection to choose from to compliment your unique decorating style.
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Forget the neck tie this Father’s Day, this Classic Craftsman island light would be perfect for any man cave. Created with incredibly fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, this fixture is timeless with its valiant bronze finish and would look great above a billiard or card table.
New for 2015, the Union Station table lamp is designed with steam punk inspired roots. The metal, mesh shade is transparent allowing the vintage bulbs to shine through. If your dad is up on the latest trends, he will love this vintage meets industrial style lamp.
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Today’s ceilings are a lot more elaborate and have more architectural design than in years passed. A great ceiling design whether it is in the living room or the dining area, the kitchen or the bedroom, can give a room unique and individual character leaving quite an impression to all who enter.
There are countless patterns, designs and colors to choose from. From a tray ceiling to beam ceilings, a cove ceiling to the highly popular drop ceiling, coordinating your lighting with these unusual ceiling patterns can give your home a dazzling look.
Joseph Simmons (aka Reverend Run) wears many hats these days. One of the founding members of the influential hip hop group Run D.M.C., Rev Run is also a practicing minister, and he, his wife Justine and six children can be found on MTV’s reality show Run’s House.
For five seasons this reality show has shown the ups and downs of an American family. Rev Run and Justine practice parenting in their own unique and effective way, navigating their family with grace and class in good times and bad.