With the start of November the darkness is growing as the days shorten (the solstice is Dec. 21), and it's getting COLDER. I turned on my thermostat two weeks ago for the first time this season and set my clocks back this weekend. In step with this, I've been asked repeatedly lately for tips on saving money as you fix up your home for the winter holidays.
So often fans feel like a necessary evil over the warm months. They're great for keeping you cool but they're often total eyesores that you'd rather hide. This is a group of fans that you won't mind incorporating into your room.
You wouldn't expect a company named Lamps.com to have a 100 year history and yet it does. What started as Harry Horn Electric Supply in 1914, a business that thrived for more than 80 years and three generations, later morphed into Arch Street Lighting, an upscale lighting showroom. Flash forward 20 more years and it was time for the Philadelphia lighting stalwart to go online. And Lamps.com was born.
Dyson AM05 Hot + Cool Fan Heater
The engineers over at Dyson must have been eavesdropping upon conversations my girlfriend and I have had for years. "It's too hot". "Brrr, it's too cold!" In either situation, their latest update to their bladeless fan heater line should come in handy. The AM05 improves upon their previous model with a 33% increase in air velocity, meaning whomever gets to the remote control first (which magnetically sticks to the top of the fan at the top) will get cooler or warmer in faster time than ever, supposedly costing 30% less than your typical space heater. Also, check out the newest sleek all-nickel finish!
Yellow and gold toned accessories belong together like ham and cheese in a sandwich. They have a warm glow that'll make you melt, while giving instant style and pizazz to your space. These 10 yellow and vintage brass accessories will do the job to your heart's content.
Last week I put together a dream living room that will probably never come to fruition. It was based entirely around my desire of owning a blue velvet sofa. Since that's out of the question (Curious as to why? Read prior post here), but a new leather couch is in my distant future, I thought this would be a fun exercise to repeat based on that premise.
It's important for you—and your gear—to stay cool in your home office. You could go out and score a plastic desk fan from the dollar store, or you can try to craft this one-of-a-kind modern wood desk fan.
Fans are everywhere, whether you see/hear them or not. They're in your stove, microwave, bathroom, computer, laptop, and more. Whether used to push/pull or vent/supply air, they all have an important job to do in keeping our tech working.
Big Ass Fan recently debuted the Haiku, a ceiling fan they deem as the quietest and most energy efficient fan in the world. An award winning motor delivers silent operation, and because each fan is individually balanced, it won't wobble or rattle.
Most of us who rent can only daydream about bathroom renovations like installing low-flow toilets and bamboo flooring, or swapping out our 80's-style chipped ceramic sink for one that looks like it was plucked from a Zen garden. However, there are lots of ways to make a rental bathroom brighter, greener, and more modern. Here are 10 tips to help move your rental bathroom out of The Flinstones and into The Jetsons.