Bringing the Hotel Home

Bringing the Hotel Experience Home

You return from a great hotel stay and are happy to be home, but a feeling lingers that is something akin to disappointment. While most of us feel that it’s nice to sleep in our own beds again, it would also be nice if that bed felt more like that hotel bed and if our towels felt as great as those hotel towels did. So what do they have that we don’t? Quite a few things, actually, but you’ll be happy to learn that some of them are within reach.

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Chintz – The 2017 design trend?

Google are renowned for being the kings of office design and in their newest headquarters in Soho they have themed and named each room.

‘Granny’s flat’ features chintzy lampshades and velour covered squishy armchairs, in place of recently favoured industrial style furnishings and clinical environments.

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5 Simple Ways To Choose a Quality Protein Powder

Protein has never been as famous as it is today. Protein is a critical building block that aids in the growth, repairing muscles and maintenance so that nothing can deny its impact on strength, composition of body and performance. In this competitive world, the most popular workout supplement is protein powder. Having quality protein powder is a smart move for fitness seekers to gain positive results.

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My iPhone is soaking, what should I do? Find out how to dry out your iPhone and possibly save the data!

We all store so much data on our phones these days, but none of us really know how important that is to us until we lose it. We all rely on cloud backups, but sometimes we just haven’t configured it properly and when we need all that data back – it’s not there! So before you reach out for a data recovery expert, what do you do if your phone has been immersed in the bath, or your toddler has dropped it down the toilet! After a smashed screen, the second most common data recovery issue is water damage. Here we examine how you can rescue the data and what not to do.

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How Technology Is Shaping Security

Home security through the ages has changed dramatically since we kept one eye on the cave entrance, gone are the days of putting the chain on the door or keeping dogs in the yard. Locks have moved on and are infinitely less ‘pickable’ and with double glazed windows and UPVC doors, the chances of forcing entry into a moderately secured home are much reduced.

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4 Ways to Stop Ticking Of Aging Clock

Once women move past their late teen years and early twenties, aging becomes a serious concern, but there are so many anti aging treatments out there! It gets confusing when you want to start using products for aging skin, and most of them just don’t work. Well, I’m here to tell you there are some ways you can stop – or at least slow down – the process of aging.

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Glamorous Scandi Tips

The Scandinavian look is still going strong and continues to be a huge influence on design trends.  This year it has taken a move towards the glamorous by incorporating highlights of glitzy metals and expensive materials such as marble.  This new look is simply gorgeous and oozes refinement and style.  I’m going to be giving you a few tips on how to achieve this look as well as few images from Thelongeststay of some luxury furniture to inspire you.

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Tips for your kitchen 2016

For a lot of people, the kitchen is the core of family life and a lot of time is spent. Building and designing your perfect kitchen might seem expensive, unlikely and unfeasible; however with these tips it might now be as unimaginable as you think! Here are some great tips on designing and re-styling your kitchen in 2016.

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Cosmetic Dental Treatments for Tooth Loss and Decay


We’ve all heard adverts warning us of the dangers of acid and sugar in our diets, but the problem is bigger than we think. A recent study has shown that only 2% of people at all ages living in Nigeria had tooth decay when their diet contained almost no sugar, around 2g per day. This is in stark contrast to the west, where 92% of adults have experienced tooth decay.

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