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HAVEFUNWITHPLAYFULDECOR Why not have fun with your home decor? It’s what designers are currently doing! Certainly, stark white kitchens and buttoned-up living rooms are still an option, but these days – a little playfulness goes a long way. Designers are using words like “charm” and “whimsy” to describe their own decor styles, with some noting it only takes one or two fun items in a room to set it apart from the ordinary. Examples of this approach could be a couch in a surprising shade – hot pink or bright yellow, an unusually shaped lamp, or a bold wallpaper. Artwork is always a great way to add personality. Plus, it can easily be swapped out if you tire of it or crave something new. It’s all about using your decor to tell a story. All you need to do is decide what story you want to tell and then go for it!
BRAIN TEASERS - DIABOLIC SUDOKU GREENCLEANINGPRODUCTSFORAHEALTHYHOME Our homes are our sanctuaries. Unfortunately some products designed to keep our living spaces clean and fresh may actually be harming us. According to the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit organization focused on the environment and health, many popular cleaning products contain carcinogens, asthma instigators and chemicals that can seriously harm your eyes, nose, throat and skin. Thankfully, there are a myriad of gentler cleaners – some you may even have in your cupboards right now! Vinegar. Vinegar is a multi-purpose cleaner you can use on its own or combined with other natural ingredients like baking soda, lemon and cooking oil. Add in a few drops of essential oils and your home will be squeaky clean and smelling great in no time. Method. If you prefer to buy your cleaning products instead of make them, Method is a well-known non-toxic brand with a wide variety of cleaners. Their Squirt + Mop Hard Floor Cleaner is plant-based and biodegradable, while their all- purpose spray is derived from corn and coconut. Green Works. Easy to find and affordable, Green Works offers powerful cleaning filled with mineral and plant-based ingredients. Their glass and window cleaner is ammonia-free and safe to use on a variety of surfaces aside from glass including appliances, stainless steel and granite. Seventh Generation. Named after the concept that we should be taking care of the planet and ourselves to benefit the next seven generations, the Vermont- based company offers products that are EPA Safer Choice Certified – meaning they’ve been carefully reviewed and cleared of the most harmful chemicals. Babyganics. For the smallest – and most precious – people in your life, the Babyganics line includes baby bottle wash, toy and highchair cleaner and laundry detergent. Tested by pediatricians and dermatologists, their products contain no artificial fragrances or dyes.
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