new furniture and design launches for April 202

It’s that time of the month – time for my latest ‘On My Radar’ post. Here I’ve rounded up a selection of new product launches and simple furniture finds that have caught my eye in the last month or so. There’s everything from classic spindle back chairs and relaunched retro designs, to rattan tents and dollhouses for kids.

The Windsor chair by Frits Henningsen, relaunched by Carl Hansen & Søn
Carl Hansen & Søn has relaunched the Windsor chair by Danish architect Frits Henningsen. The classic spindle back chair was previously in production until 2003 and this year has been given a refresh with a new comfortable seat cushion.

After completing his cabinetmaker apprenticeship in Denmark, Henningsen traveled around Europe and took inspiration from French furniture, Rococo design and 17th century British furniture. Henningsen’s elegant, beautifully crafted Windsor Chair is made of solid oak with a high, sculptural back made

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Choosing A Roof Color That Compliments Your Home

Asphalt shingles are still the most popular choice for residential roofs, for good reason. They are the least expensive roofing material and nowadays, with all the colors and styles available, they can look as great and even better in some cases, as some their more expensive counterparts! It’s true, today’s asphalt shingles are available in many more colors than just black and gray.

The choice of shingle color can affect your home’s appearance dramatically, after all your roof is at least 40% of the visual appeal, so when it’s time to choose, you want to be sure it’s right.

With the vast array of choices available, it can seem like a daunting task but taking into account a few tips, we can help break it all down, without driving you nuts.

If you have a Homeowners Association (HOA) to answer to, check with them first!

If you’re new to the

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Home featured on Extreme Home Makeover can no longer serve its original purpose

The Martinez family was the talk of the town 14 years ago. ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover went to Albuquerque and built the Martinez family a brand-new home. They were known for opening up their doors to homeless people living in the “War Zone.””Someone from a church here in town nominated us they found out some of the work we were doing,” Liesa Reece (formerly Martinez) said. Within a week, the show built the family a new home and a homeless shelter in the middle of one of the toughest blocks in the city. The show also demolished 10 condemned homes that are now newly built low-income housing. “I have to believe that even if we helped change one person’s life, that had to have been worth it,” Reece said.But the dream of changing the neighborhood is over. In 2012 tragedy struck the family, Reece’s husband Gerald, who started the mission, … Read More

Residential Plumbing Services In Knoxville, Tennessee

Connect with the Knoxville plumbing professional to get the quality fix for the various plumbing issues at the office or home. You can get advanced-level plumbing services in the city at the best price.

Plumbing repair services are often required due to several reasons; leakage in pipes, internal water issues, bathroom and toilet pipe and other fixtures, kitchen sink, and pipes repair services, and replacement of the damaged parts.

Plumbing Services

Plumbing services are necessary for every home and office. A professional plumbing contractor can help you fix various types of plumbing issues on time. These plumbing issues if ignored can result in bigger issues. Getting the regular plumbing repair services on time can control the cost.

When To Call A Plumbing Service Professional?

It is essential to call your plumbing contractor as soon as you find the plumbing issues in various areas at home or office. The internal water

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