Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • 10 Tips For Creating A Comfortable Bathroom

    What does your bathroom say about you? You may not know this but a bathroom accounts for a significant percentage of your home’s design? All the rooms could be top-notch but if the bathroom is not comfortable, inviting and elegant, you lose a lot of marks. So how then can you ensure that you are winning on all fronts? Well, here are some ideas that work in log homes and traditional houses alike: 1. Choose A Presentable Layout With layouts, it is all about space. You could find that your bathroom is too small to accommodate an extensive plan. All you need to do is work with what you have. For a family bathroom, you need a bath and a shower to add to the variety. You could also separate the bathroom from the water closet to add to the privacy of the room. Where you do not have much space,... (More)
  • Quick Garden Team (Pineca Group) Will Attend The Historic Monte Carlo Rally

    Quick Garden team (Pineca Group) with racers Karolis Raišis and Ilya Zakman will participate in the historic Monte Carlo rally that will start in February. Quick Garden team will be driving Jaguar XK150, which was made in 1958. For the first time, the team will compete not only in the individual but also in the team standings. The Monte Carlo rally will start on January 31st and our team will be the first at the finish line because they won first place in its class at last year's rally. This year the team will try to reach first place in absolute classification. The Lithuanian and Latvian team will start the rally from the German city of Bad Homburg and will have to finish more than 2700 kilometres in five days to finish in Monaco. It is important to highlight that the Quick Garden team ... (More)
  • 4 Ways To Prepare Your Home For Cold Weather

    Residential log cabins require maintenance practices, more so as the colder weather approaches. Not caring for them leaves them vulnerable to the weather conditions. And this, in turn, threatens their longevity. You would spend much more time and money in restoring a home than protecting it. It is thus best to work on your home as from fall in preparation for the cold months. And here are ways in which you can achieve this: Check Your HVAC System Most HVAC systems will last you anything between twelve and fifteen years. The period of service will depend on how well you care for the system while it is in use. It also depends on the quality of the system as some have better builds than others. If you have a high-quality system and you adhere to the care guidelines, it could last two decades... (More)
  • 6 Ways To Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

    Global warming, climate change, you have heard it over and over again. And each time you watch a documentary on the environment, you feel the urge to do something. Maybe you are planting trees in the neighbourhood or taking part in walks to raise awareness. Perhaps you want to do something but cannot seem to find enough time to do so. Well, the thing is most people want to act now, but their schedules keep them from having a positive impact the environment. If you want to make a change, you can do so by making some amends to your home. And yes, this also applies to log homes. Here is what people are doing to help the environment from the comfort of their homes: 1. Buy Eco-Friendly Furniture When buying furnishings for homes, most people lean towards the best price they can find on the mar... (More)
  • What Style To Choose In The Garden House?

    Garden cabins are beautiful, regardless of their style. They are warm spaces that feel inviting, both inside and outside. For some people, the rustic design is the main feature. It is a style that has been in place since time immemorial, and one that continues to delight the eyes. Others choose to go modern when decorating their spaces. Modern looks retain the welcoming nature of these spaces while enabling them to look fresh. Whichever style you choose, the space will feel comfortable if you get the elements right. Rustic Style Some people refer to this style as classic, traditional, vintage, or farmhouse. All these names refer to a style with a long history, reaching back many centuries. It dates back to the days of the early settlers who designed their farmhouses with simplistic décor... (More)

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