Wed.Jul 01, 2020

Playlist of the Week – USA

Architectural Ceramics

Week of June 29th, 2020. As the month of July approaches, the time for Summer fun and festivities arrives as well! This 4th of July season will bring new challenges in the post-COVID-19 new normal, including socially distant fireworks, virtual cheers and many more innovations that have kept us sane during these recent trying months. As the way of life slowly adapts and adjust to the “new world”, one thing remains the same: American Music.

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Covid-19 Impacts And Ideas For Downsizing Seniors

JG Kitchens

Are you a senior looking to downsize into a smaller, easier-to-maintain home this season? Or are your parents? If so, my latest piece on what they’re dealing with in this dreadful season of COVID can potentially help!

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Invigorating Pantry Door Ideas – Smart Space Organization

Trendir Magazine

If you have ever watched any reality TV than you know everyone seems to have an immaculate pantry. From the door to the items inside everything seems so perfectly organized and ready to go.

Woodsafe Timber Protection from Sweden Sets Sail for Britain

The A to Z of Building

Woodsafe Timber Protection, one of Scandinavia's leading companies in fire-retardant wood surface layers and fire-retardant wood products, is establishing in the UK. Raketskolan Kiruna Sweden

How to Make Your Home More Secure for Your Family

Kitchen and Residential Design

You need to feel safe inside your home. Increase home security to ward off or deter anyone or anything from harming your family with a few practical ways. Photo by Gwendal Cottin on Unsplash Your home has a chance of being targeted by criminals at any given moment wherever you live in the US.

Hybrid City Competition Results Offer Solutions to Improve Both Sustainability and Efficiency

The A to Z of Building

Metsä Wood’s Hybrid City Challenge called for ways to make construction more sustainable, while maintaining efficiency using current building methods. The answer lies in hybrid