Top 10 Home Theater Design Tips
Nov29

Top 10 Home Theater Design Tips

Content provided by BBD Lifestyle Do you enjoy going to the movies? The experience can be great, but if you go see a lot of movies, it’s not very friendly on your wallet after concessions and tickets. What if you could have the experience and eat your own food at home? You can do this if you build your own theater. While that might be expensive in the beginning and you won’t be able to see new movies, it will save you money in the...

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Don’t DIY: Why You Should Hire a Pro Glass Repair Service
Nov15

Don’t DIY: Why You Should Hire a Pro Glass Repair Service

Content provided by Ryan’s all-glass DIY vs. a Professional Glass Repair Service With the Internet at your fingertips and the millions of videos on YouTube, repairing something yourself seems like it should be pretty easy. With some things, this may be true. But when it comes to a glass fixture like a window or a mirror, it’s best to let a professional glass repair service handle it instead of trying to do it yourself. It Can Be...

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Which Leather Is Right for Your Home Theater Furniture?
Oct15

Which Leather Is Right for Your Home Theater Furniture?

Content provided by BBD Lifestyle The seats are one of the most important parts of your home theater setup. Distance from the screen isn’t the only thing you need to consider when it comes to picking the right seats. You have to think about the material too. And when it comes to home theaters, leather is one of the best options. But there are numerous different types of leather, so how do you choose the right one? Take a look at this...

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Addison/Dicus & Bailey at New York Rug Show 2018
Sep27

Addison/Dicus & Bailey at New York Rug Show 2018

Content provided by Addison Dicus & Bailey Company Last year we were all set to go big at the New York Rug Show, but Hurricane Irma held us hostage in Tampa while she made her way through. So it was good to get back to the Javitts’ Center at the beginning of September this year to see what was happening. There were some new offerings from old friends. New offerings from new friends. And some interesting stuff that I want to...

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Functional Fine Art from Rookwood Pottery
Aug28

Functional Fine Art from Rookwood Pottery

The Rookwood Pottery Company has been creating pottery and architectural tile from their Cincinnati location for more than 100 years. During that time, Rookwood Pottery has mastered what they call “functional fine art.” “Rookwood Pottery combines art and functionality, making your installation, whether that be residential or commercial, a custom feature designed to last for centuries,” says Sarah Ditlinger, the company’s marketing...

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Aluminum Wiring Facts from King Contracting
Jun12

Aluminum Wiring Facts from King Contracting

Content provided by King Contracting Why Aluminum Wiring was Installed in Homes From 1965 through 1972 copper was in short supply and was very expensive, mostly because copper was being used for ballistics by the military for use in the Vietnam War. Production could not keep up with demand, so builders turned to aluminum wiring during that period. The Problem in Residential Home Installations Very little information was disseminated...

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