Get Things Done While Standing – 10 DIY Standing Desk Designs To Get You Inspired

Standing desks are designed for writing, reading or working while standing up or sitting on a high stool. They feature benefits such as the fact you get to burn calories while simply standing up or the fact that sitting up allows you to better concentrate on the task at hand. If you plan on getting a standing desk or making one yourself, there are a few things to consider.

First of all, the table height should be at or slightly below elbow height in order to be comfortable. Also, make sure the screen sits at a distance of at least 20” and at a 20 degree angle. And, although standing desks do help, sometimes you just need to sit down so find a high chair or a bar stool that feels comfortable.{images from site}.

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Architectural Wonders: 12 Curved Roof Buildings That Will Blow Your Mind

Every building has a personality and the rooftop is one of its main features. This means that the roof can be very important in terms of creating your dream home. You are probably wondering why you should choose a curved roof for your home. The answer is simple: curved roofs maximize the available interior living space and they are more aesthetic. See with your own eyes!

1. Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Centre, Baku.

This impressive building was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and seems to be the perfect place for any cultural activities. The irregular shape of this building has become a tourist magnet.

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How to Incorporate Spring-y Pastels into a Grown-Up Space

Easter is a lovely holiday with lovely spring-time sentiments. But, when it’s over, that doesn’t mean that the days of decorating with pastel are done for the year! If you love the light, airy, and serene vibe of pastels but aren’t sure how to incorporate them into your home décor without making it seem like a nursery, you’re not alone.

But, when done right, pastels are a perfectly lovely way to achieve a soothing style in any grown-up space. Read on for some tips on how to successfully incorporate these beautiful tones into your home in a fresh, chic way.

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Practical One Bedroom Apartment With A Linear Layout

When living alone, you have no need for extra rooms or anything else you wouldn’t normally use yourself. So what should such a space include? If you’re the practical type, you’d probably enjoy having a home such as this one: a small apartment located in Leblon, Rio the Janeiro measuring 27 square meters. The apartment has a linear layout so the kitchen, the living area and the bedroom could form a single long space.

The apartment is comfortable and practical. The partitions between the rooms have been removed, thus making the apartment larger and more spacious.

Considering that it’s a one-person apartment, the need for partitions between the rooms was not really necessary. The kitchen was also repositioned at one point. The bedroom/sleeping area featured a sliding door. The mirrored door, when closed, provides privacy and makes the room seem more spacious.

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Ultimate Cleaning Tips & Tricks Guide: 31 Ideas For A Sparkling Home

Although cleaning the house is not my favorite activity, I always love the results. That feeling of accomplishment when you see the whole place sparkling justifies the effort. But if you really want your house to sparkle then you must clean it thoroughly. It can be exhausting but there are ways to simplify your work. We’re prepared 31 must-read tips for you to check out and try.

Homemade gunk remover.

Kitchen cabinets accumulate gunk and it’s not a pretty sight but you can fix the problem with this homemade gunk remover. Mix one part vegetable oil and 2 parts baking soda and use a sponge or a cloth to clean the cabinets.{found on site}.

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Baths That Are Made For Sharing!

Most people would agree that there is no better way to unwind than having a bubble bath. Your body reaches complete relaxation as you submerge into the warm water and let the delicate aromas of the bath soap fill the room. But, there is just one thing that beats having a bath, and that is having a bath with your partner. You can relax together, enjoy some quality time, and catch up on all of the day’s activities. Keeping that in mind, read on to discover some great bath ideas for couples…

Yin Yang Couple Bath.

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Bachelor Pad Featuring A Modern Décor With Accent Details From The ’60s

Today we’re going to take a look at a very interesting bachelor pad, unlike anything that might come to mind when thinking of such a space. The apartment we have in mind is located in Moscow and it was a project by architect Maxim Tikhonov from m2project Design Bureau. It’s a compact space, more exactly a studio but it looks and feels spacious and very breezy.

The style chosen by the architect for this place is a mix of modern and retro, with some nice inspiration from the 1960s. This unexpected combination of influences has resulted in an interior design with lots of character and personality and the two styles work together beautifully.

Functionality and comfort were the basic concepts for the project. The studio has an overall very simple design. All the elements which could block the views or become excessive were removed and all that remains is a very functional and practical décor.

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