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Here’s Why You Might Sleep Better on a Latex Mattress

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Sleep Better on a Latex Mattress

Natural latex has become a popular material choice for organic mattresses, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s antibacterial, antifungal, and resistant to dust mites. It’s breathable, comfortable, soft and springy, but still provides the support you need to wake up feeling refreshed and not stiff or in pain. If you buy the right kind of natural latex mattress, you can avoid synthetic chemicals altogether and improve your family’s health in the long term. And, it lasts forever compared to conventional mattresses.

Tips for Creating an Energy-Efficient Kitchen 

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In recent years, many households have started thinking about their respective carbon footprints. With climate change ravaging the globe and its effects becoming impossible to ignore, a growing number of families have begun taking active measures against needless energy use. As the primary dining and congregation area in many homes, the kitchen consumes a fair amount of unnecessary power and resources. So, if you’re currently mulling a kitchen remodel, you’d be wise to make energy-efficiency one of your top priorities. When setting out to create a greener kitchen, the following tips are sure to serve you well.

Extensive Two-Year Remodel Transforms this Texas Home from Early 90’s

By • Nov 2, 2020

Texas is a land that is renowned for all things ‘big’ and when it comes to expansive homes and villas, the state holds true to its motto! Designed originally by David Shiflet in 1992, this exquisite Texas home was painstakingly revamped and remodeled by Mark Ashby Design to usher in an air of modern minimalism. In its new avatar, the large home feels both relaxing and captivating.

Dilapidated Old Home in Mallorca Gets a Smart Budget Makeover

By • Oct 28, 2020

Giving the old a new lease of life is a difficult task at the best of times. It gets harder when you are doing it on a tight budget. The St. Miquel 19 Refurbishment by Carles Oliver in Mallorca, Spain is one such exceptional residence. Revamped and refurbished to blend the old with the new in a seamless manner, the house was previously neglected and abandoned for a long period.

Small Scale Multi-Residential Building in Melbourne Clad in Serene Neutrals

By • Oct 26, 2020

Minimalism meets nature at the Carter Toorak House designed Carr in the inner suburb of Melbourne. The street façade of this multi-residential building offers complete privacy while the rear section is connected with the residential units in a seamless manner. With eight residential units inside the building, space is maximized in a stylish manner inside each apartment.

This 1960’s Shop in Porto is Transformed into a Snazzy Modern Apartment

By • Oct 21, 2020

Love smart conversions and nifty renovations that save energy and resources? So do we and they are the perfect way to also find new design ideas which blend the old with the new in a seamless manner. Designed by Fala, the Uneven House in Porto, Portugal is one such clever home that was previously a ground floor shop and basement in a complex that was originally built in the 1960’s.

Cost-Effective Ways to Maintain a Comfortable Temperature in Your Bedroom

By • Sep 24, 2020

Extreme temperatures can be a considerable hindrance to a good night’s sleep. This is particularly true in areas that are prone to bitterly cold winters and blisteringly hot summers.

Turning Your Bedroom into a Comfortably Cool Summertime Sleeping Space

By • Aug 28, 2020

Getting a comfortable night’s sleep during the balmy summer months can be quite the undertaking. Few things are less conducive to a good night’s rest than extreme heat, and despite the abundance of gorgeous weather summer days bring, summer nights can be a trying time for sensitive sleepers. In addition to difficulty functioning, poor quality of sleep is conducive to a wide range of health and behavioral issues. Fortunately, while maintaining a high quality of sleep throughout the summer months may be challenging, it’s not nearly as daunting as you may think. As you’ll find, turning your bedroom into a comfortably cool summertime sleeping space is well within your abilities.

How To Choose A Ceiling Fan To Create The Perfect Personalized Cooling Space In Your Home 

By • Jul 30, 2020

The summer is in full swing and you know what that means: it's sweltering hot outside. The air inside your home is getting a bit stuffy and you need better air circulation. It's time for a new ceiling fan. But how do you choose a ceiling fan that's right for you?

SCDA Architects Designs Soori Bali, a Resort Residence in Tabanan Regency, Bali

By • Jul 27, 2020

Soori Bali by SCDA Architects (15)

Soori Bali is a project designed by SCDA Architects in 2010.

Ralph Germann Architectes Design a Private Residence in Préverenges, Switzerland

By • Jun 11, 2020

House FFL by Ralph Germann architectes (1)

House FFL is a private home located in Préverenges, Switzerland.

Get the Best Sleep You’ve Ever Had on an Organic Mattress

By • Jun 11, 2020

Do you need a new mattress? When most people shop for a mattress, they consider things like price, durability, warranty, and, of course, comfort. But have you ever wondered what materials are used to make your mattress and whether they’re healthy or safe?

RS+ Robert Skitek Design a House in Krostoszowice, Poland to Fit Into the Surrounding Topography

By • May 27, 2020

House in Krostoszowice by RS+ Robert Skitek (14)

House in Krostoszowice is a residential project completed by RS+ Robert Skitek.

How to Update Your Old Home While Preserving Its History

By • May 15, 2020

To many homeowners, older properties are just more fun than new construction. While some buyers focus on the flaws of a 50-year-old home — the inefficient windows and doors, the outdated appliances and light fixtures, etc. — others revel in the property’s unique quirks, believing them to be beloved relics of the past. Older homes have history, and it is a homeowner’s duty to honor and preserve the history that first attracted them to a particular home.

Uniquely Circular Home Boasts 360 Degree Views for Prim Dog Watching

By • May 5, 2020

Have you ever looked at your pet and realized you are so in love with them that you'd do essentially anything to make sure they're safe and happy? Well, that's precisely the thought process some homeowner's in the Netherlands had when they asked the designers of their new house to work with them on building a home that would let them watch their dogs play in the yard from any angle. They meant it, too; the finished home is completely circular, providing the owners with a 360 view so that they can keep an eye on and enjoy the site of their dogs while the animals play happily outside and get plenty of exercise.

House Design in Brazil with A Large Pergola For a Family With Two Dogs

By • Apr 29, 2020

This project involves (for leisure use) the extension of an existing house, located in a quiet and surrounded by trees neighborhood in Brasilia-DF. The family (composed of a couple, three children and two dogs) loves to receive friends at home. They felt the need for a larger space, outside the main house, for social events.

Family Mamurbaba House in Turkey

By • Mar 25, 2020

Mamurbaba House by Orkun Nayki Architecture is a family house designed on a 817 m2 parcel. It was designed with the living standards of a family as our focus. Considering the dynamics of the region in the project design, the functionality, simplicity and sustainability of the structure were prioritized. A minimal, simple and transparent style is adopted in the design without compromising the modern line. In this direction, the content, naturalness and compatibility of the spaces, orientations and materials used are provided. It is completely compatible with nature, sustainable and timeless.