Is your living room so dirty or messy that you don’t feel like living in it at all? Follow these tips and it’ll be clean as quickly as it takes you to watch your favorite TV show – which you can do while you’re cleaning!
An excellent interior design trick is to remove any dark wood or brick from inside the home. In the past, Interior design liked using dark wood paneling and brick inside the home. This is no longer in fashion and makes your rooms appear dark. So get rid of it and brighten these areas up.
Dust is mostly made up of dried flakes of human skin, so there’s no way you can get rid of it for good or keep it from collecting along the surfaces and crevices. Your best bet is to deep clean your house every three months or so, just to make sure not so much dust has settled that it attracts mites and other tiny organisms into your home.
Say that quietly to yourself: Twenty new clients without you having to do any selling. You don’t even have to spend any advertising or marketing moolah to get them in the door. Best of all, they will actually be grateful to have you over.
I was not self employed or running a business, I had a job with absolutely no benefits. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed what I did, but as time went on, I realized that I may as well go apply for a job and get some benefits so I don’t have to pay for everything myself.
Set a budget for your interior-design project before you start any work. Costs for home-improvement projects can quickly spiral out of control if you don’t set a spending limit. While you can be a little flexible, you shouldn’t spend more than you can afford. Having a budget can help you be more creative as well.
9:30 P.M. (WNET 13) THE CHOREOGRAPHER Lisa de Ribere was 13 when she earned a scholarship to study at the School of American Ballet. By 16, she had been invited by George Balanchine to join New York City Ballet, where she performed for nine years before moving to American Ballet Theater for another five. But then she retired from dancing for nearly a decade to rear two sons, and when she returned, she focused on choreography, creating more than 80 ballets. This film from Christopher Lukas follows Ms. de Ribere as she rehearses 11 dancers at Barnard College for three months in preparation for performances at Miller Theater at Columbia University.
10 P.M. (Bravo) MILLION DOLLAR DECORATORS The luxury digs have been purchased. Now it’s time to eradicate all traces of the former residents. In this new series five interior designers – Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Kathryn M. Ireland, Jeffrey Alan Marks, Mary McDonald and Nathan Turner – make over some high-end dwellings in Los Angeles and its environs, including a $20 million estate in La Jolla and Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s new Hollywood apartment.