How to make a latex pillowcase

So I’m back. I got another arts and crafts project. I’m going to make a rubber pillowcase! Now I’ve made one in the past, here’s what it looks like. It turned out pretty good. Its really easy to make actually! It just involves two seams. There’s a seam on the back that goes across. And I also have a seam on the side. So just two really long seams, really easy to cut out and measure. And lets get to it! So, here’s everything you’ll need to get started! First, you’ll need roughly 3.5ft of rubber sheeting. Then, an old pillow case to get measurements from. Also, some rubber cerement to glue everything together and some kind of solvent, I prefer paint thinner. In addition, a rotary cutter, a ruler, and a sharpie. I recommend a purple one because it’s the most visible on black rubber. You’ll also need some way apply the rubber cement, I prefer a paint brush and an old plastic hotel room key. Now let’s get all our measurements! I’m using the permanent marker to make little dots for all the edges of the pillow case.

We’re going to need to do this twice for both sides. You can see one of the dots I made at the edge of the pillow case. However I’m going to measure out an extra 2 cm so we have a small overlap in order to glue the two sides together. Now, it’s just a matter of connecting all the dots in order to finish the pattern. Alright, now lets get the pattern cut out. This task is a breeze with the rotary cutter.

But be careful, I actually ended up cutting myself while doing this. Now, use the solvent to clean up all the areas where the glue will be applied. It’s also a good idea to clean up all the leftover lines from the permanent marker. Onto the gluing, first I’m going to stick some clear packing tape to the edges of the rubber.. This will prevent the rubber from curling up when the glue is applied. For applying the rubber cement, I will mainly use the plastic card. This does a good job of providing an even coating of glue across the entirety of the seam.

Do the same thing for the other side of the pillow case, however keep in mind we will be gluing the underside. That way we can fold the other side over to glue both seams together. So after waiting 5 minutes for the glue to dry a little, I line the two edges up and start pressing the two sides together. But of course, I ran into a little trouble. Part of the rubber was weakened during the cutting process and ended up ripping off when I tried to glue it down. So I’m just going to work around it and glue the remainder of the seam first. I’m using the paintbrush to add some extra glue to reinforce the area. Now I’ll be focusing on that little rip mark. And with that, our first seam is done! I’m using a beer can as a rolling pin to push the seams together and squeeze out some imperfections in the gluing process. I also noticed that the matte side of the rubber is facing outward, so I’m turning the pillow case inside out so the shiny side is visible. Now onto our last seam! Fist, I’ll add a bit more tape, and then apply the glue to the first side.

After waiting 2 minutes for the top to become tacky, I add a light layer of glue to the bottom and squish both ends together. I’m also adding some extra glue to any places that need it. Finally, a few more rolls with the beer can, and we are done! Alright! Well with that, I finally have a fully completed rubber bed set. Here is the pillow case I just made. You can see the seams all nice right here. And right here. And this is a really simple thing to make, it’s also nice becuase it helps you learn how to glue rubber seams. And if you mess up it’s really easy to hide it because it’s just a pillow case. Most of the main seams are underneath it. So even if you screw up, not a problem at all. I recommend you give this a shot if your looking to make your own rubber gear. This is probably one of the easiest things you can make when your first starting out.

Anyways, thats the video! I hope you all learned something, and I’ll see ya next video. .

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3BHK Mumbai Home Walkthrough by Livspace Interior Designer

Hi, I’m Heny Savla. I’m a Senior Interior Designer at Livspace. Honestly, the clients – they’re very simple people. Sanjay and Neeta, and I wanted the same to be reflected in the space. So I’ve used minimal straight line design making it modern and very easy to maintain. This was a very transparent process where Sanjay and Neeta were involved with us at every stage. From design till the final output. So on to even with the minute detailed discussions of the materials to help them visualize the home better, we created 3Dviews for them and transformed it into this beautiful reality.

Also, Sanjay and Neeta are ardent readers. So we’ve created a small library for them with some metallic accents. It’s a space where they can unwind. So every house is an aura of themselves so I wanted the clients personality to be reflected at every space that I’m creating. In the master bedroom I’ve left a very minimal design. It’s a floating bed with a floating side tables, it looks very connected like one piece. And some diffused lighting here and there to just add ambience and for accents. If we see the junior master bedroom, I’ve played with beiges and sophisticated browns. So the different materials that I used, the veneer, the glass, the glass beaded wallpaper. In totality it gives a very comfortable and a very cosy feel. Talking about the living room, we’ve done some panelling in the passage just camouflaging all the doors. And the bar is a very interesting feature. It’s a vertical sliding bar, so it looks like a storage or just a very fancy piece that is displayed, but otherwise it’s a functional bar.

The silk wallpaper that is used in the living room just adds a little more to the richness of the entire space. To now make the place look larger, I’ve used a lot of mirrors around the space so that it adds a lot of transparency to the space, adds volume to the space and makes the space look larger, bringing in the natural light with the play of the beiges and the browns and the neutral colours to just go with the entire palette. Actually, I like the entire house, it holds a very special place in my heart. But I like the living room couch the most. It’s a Fendi replica with this beautiful Indian hand art behind, and it’s the most comfortable space of the house. .

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Why to use a SKY Bedding Pillow Protector

With about 20% of your comfort in bed coming from your pillow, it’s wise to protect your investiment SKY Bedding Premium Pillow Protectors offer a water-proof barrier in addition to the occasional drooler. Pillow protectors are a wise way to protect against the allergens and dust-mites that inhibit our pillows. With our face in contact with it all night, it’s important not to be breathing those things in.

As the pillow protectors are full encasement they will also protect against bed bugs. They are water-proof, yet breathable, and so will not alter the temperature of your pillow. They also are very thin and do not feel like a shower curtain, so you can roll and adjust your sleep position without disturbing anyone, including yourself. .

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What Does An Interior Designer ACTUALLY Do?

(V.O) can you just go find some just cushions for me? just make the space look pretty will you finish this by tomorrow we need it asap I want clean lines that is way too expensive I don’t like that I do not like that I really don’t like that let’s start. Hi! my name is Aida Ziari I have worked as an interior designer for over ten years Architects, engineers, tradespeople, interior decorators all fill different role in this industry the purpose of this video is to identify the scope of interior designers work and explain the details of the knowledge needed and the work involved. documentation must be prepared specifying the details on all aspects such as elevation, ceiling, electrical plan, finishes etc to make clear the needs before the construction commences safety is one of the most important things to consider when it comes to design study and knowledge of building code, fire safety, demising walls fire rating, exit requirement are all needed. ultimately offices, restaurants, bars all need to be safe.

Interior designer must have detailed knowledge of all these requirements for people safety. space planning and universal design are very important too. an interior designer must consider so many details such as size of the hallway, washrooms, emergency lighting, occupancy load and a lot more in general accessibility and functionality of this space is critical when creating and designing a project. the selection of interior material that is morally and cosmetically Pleasant but also durable and practical is very important when interior designers choose material they consider very important factors such as the slip resistance of the floor wall finishes that needs to be fire rated air quality and VOC of the material and they make sure they meet the health regulation and the codes now our society is adapting to climate change green design becoming a focus when interior designers planning a project they must consider a lot of things such as indoor air quality, bringing natural light to the space, using more natural material, reducing water consumption, reducing noise levels in other words they should work on a design that leads to a greener tomorrow earlier on I mentioned architects and interior decorators who playing an important part in the home construction industry and I would like to take a few moment to explain the differences between their roles.

An interior decorator can furnish and decorate the space but they’re not eligible like an interior designer to provide detail of space planning construction drawing and other tasks outlined in this video interior designers too have limitation to their eligibility in certain situations any project that is more than three floors and each floor is larger than six thousand four hundred fifty eighty square feet or six hundred square meter requires architectural skills in those situation an architect required to be involved and usually they work with an interior designer in such a project this is the perfect career for anyone who has keen sense of design visualization skills and the ability to create and imagine this space all in all and interior designers aims to create magical results thank you for watching this video leave me a comment if you want to know more about interior design career and what they do on daily basis and subscribe if you haven’t done that already bye for now

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Pros & Cons of Common Fabrics | Fibres & Fabrics Part 1

Hey guys, welcome to my fibres and fabrics series. In this video, part one, I’ll be talking about some common materials that you likely have or will come across. And what the pros and cons are for both everyday use and the environmental impact. Part two will be about vegan synthetic versus animal materials. And part 3 will be all about upcycled and recycled materials. So definitely check those out as well. So first up is cotton, and I’ll include time codes below for the different materials if you want to jump ahead or reference certain ones. Cotton is probably the most common fabric and it’s a natural fibre, it comes from the cotton plant And it is: soft, breathable (meaning that air can move through it and moisture can evaporate through it), easy to clean (it’s machine washable), absorbent, versatile ( there’s tons of different kinds of cotton materials and garments), it’s good for people with allergies or skin sensitivities The cons are that it doesn’t hold dye really well so it fades overtime and can also bleed while being washed. It wrinkles, it can shrink in hot water, especially the first time it’s washed.

The environmental pros are that it is biodegradable. And the environmental cons are that it needs a lot of water to grow. It’s also usually bleached and chemically treated and dyed. Cotton also has one of the highest pesticide uses for crops. And it’s generally GMO as well. But these two things are prevented by purchasing organic cotton. Next is Linen, and it’s another natural material It comes from the flax plant and it was used all the way back in ancient Egypt. And linen as a fibre is: breathable, durable, lightweight, absorbent, it’s generally very cool and good for summer time, I also read that it’s antimicrobial but I wasn’t able to find very much in-depth information to back that up The cons are that is wrinkles easily It often requires gentler or hand washing and sometimes there is fake linen or ‘linen look’ material so you have to be careful of that.

The environmental pros are that it requires little pesticides and water to grow, especially compared to cotton. And it is biodegradable. And the cons are that it can sometimes be dyed with toxic chemicals but it depends on how it’s made. Another plant fibre is hemp. And it comes from the cannabis plant but a type that’s only used for hemp production. And as a fibre it is: durable, absorbent, it becomes softer with wear and washing, it’s breathable and it can also be hypoallergenic. The cons are that it can sometimes be rough, it wrinkles and different countries sometimes have very strict laws around growing and processing hemp. So there are difficulties around that with hemp fabric production. The environmental pros are that it doesn’t require pesticides or lots of water to grow, It doesn’t deplete nutrients from the soils so it’s a really good crop. It is biodegradable and because it’s very durable the garments usually last long And for environmental cons, I really couldn’t find anything.

It’s basically seen as being the most eco-friendly material. Then there’s polyester, which is likely the most common synthetic fibre. It’s made from petrochemicals and is: wrinkle resistant, durable, it dries quickly it’s colourfast, it’s machine washable it tends to retain it’s shape well and it’s cheap. The cons are that it doesn’t breathe which can also cause it to become smelly, it builds up static and it can also irritate the skin. An environmental pro is that it can be recycled but this does require another chemical process.

And the environmental cons are that it doesn’t biodegrade, fibres come off of it when it’s being washed and those end up polluting the ocean, it’s energy intensive and very polluting to make, toxic chemicals are used to make it and it’s also very difficult to dye which requires a lot of chemicals. Then we have wool. Wool is a natural protein fibre like your hair. And it mainly comes from sheep but can also come from alpacas, goats and other animals. Wool as a fibre is: very warm (it’s even warm when wet), water resistant, durable, very absorbent, flame resistant and hypoallergenic. The cons are that it shrinks in hot water, it must be hand washed or dry cleaned, it can pill and depending on the kind of wool, it can be itchy or irritating to the skin. The environmental pros are that it’s easily dyed, which usually means there are less harsh chemicals used, it’s biodegradable and because it’s very durable it means that the garment will usually wear really well and can be kept for a long time.

The environmental cons are that because it comes from an animal there are issues and concerns around the treatment and care and wellbeing of those animals. And I will talk more about that in part two. Toxic chemicals and pesticides can also be used and this can be avoided by looking for organic wool. Next is acrylic which is a synthetic petrochemical fibre. It was developed to be a man made alternative to wool and it is: lightweight, soft, colourfast, machine washable and cheap. The cons are that it tends to pill easily it doesn’t breathe, it builds up static.

For the environmental pros, I really couldn’t find anything. And the cons are that it doesn’t biodegrade, it’s not easily recycled, there are toxic chemicals used to make it, it’s energy intensive and again fibres wash off of it that end polluting the oceans. Then there’s silk which is a natural protein fibre. It comes from the cocoon of the silk worm. And it is: very soft, it has a natural sheen, it’s lightweight has a good drape, so it generally looks very nice in clothing and it’s often good for very sensitive skin. The cons are that it’s expensive, it requires hand washing or dry cleaning, it’s not very durable and it’s susceptible to discolouration from sunlight or perspiration. The environmental pros are that it is biodegradable, and it dyes very easily.

And the environmental cons are that the silk worms are actually killed in the process of harvesting the silk from the cocoons so it is not at all an ethical or vegan material. Next is nylon another synthetic made from petrochemicals It was developed to be a synthetic replacement for silk. And it is: strong, weather resistant, versatile, water repellent, machine washable, it dries quickly and it’s cheap. The cons are that some types of nylon build up static, it can irritate skin The environmental pros are that it is a pretty durable material so the garment will usually last a long time And for the cons, like with polyester, fibres come off when it’s washed that end up polluting the oceans, toxic chemicals are used to make it, there are a lot of harmful emissions, it’s energy intensive and it’s not biodegradable.

Then there’s spandex, also called elastane or lycra. It’s a very elastic fibre also made from petrochemicals. And it’s usually found blended with other fibres. It is: stretchy, it helps clothes retain their shape, and it can help with fit. The cons are that it breaks down over time, it can also become brittle and yellow. The environmental pros are that it can help make clothes not stretch out and the environmental cons are that it doesn’t biodegrade, it’s energy intensive and polluting to make and toxic chemicals are used. Finally there’s a few naturally derived synthetic fibres. The first I’ll talk about is rayon and it’s primarily made from a wood pulp that goes through a chemical process. And as a fibres it’s: soft, inexpensive, absorbent, anti-static, (unlike other synthetic materials), The cons are that it’s not very durable, it tends to pill, it wrinkles, it loses strength when wet and can easily become misshapen and it also shrinks very easily.

I actually couldn’t really find any environment pros for rayon except for the fact that it uses less toxic chemicals than other synthetics but there’s still toxic chemicals, so I still see that as a con. Because it’s a wood pulp it can contribute to deforestation and it’s energy intensive to make. There’s also bamboo and the majority of bamboo is actually bamboo viscose or a bamboo rayon And countries have different laws about whether or not it has to be labeled as viscose derived from bamboo or a bamboo rayon. But basically it’s the same process as rayon but instead of using wood pulp, they use bamboo. And as a fibre it is soft, breathable, very absorbent, and also doesn’t build up static. The cons are that like rayon, some bamboo fabrics will pill really easily and I like I mentioned different countries will have different rules as how it’s supposed to be labeled so that can be confusing.

The environmental pros are that bamboo is very renewable to grow and requires little water and pesticides. And the cons are that there are still toxic chemicals used to make the material, and it’s energy intensive. And the last fibre I’m going to talk about is lyocell or tencel. And it’s another naturally derived synthetic made from wood pulp. And it is: soft, very absorbent, resistant to wrinkles, versatile, durable, breathable, anti-static and also claims to be hypoallergenic.

The cons are that it can pill easily and also sometimes needs special care. The environmental pros are that it is biodegradable, It’s made in a closed loop system so the chemicals are recycled. And it’s much less toxic to produce than other synthetics and natural synthetics like rayon. The cons are that it is still uses quite a bit of energy to produce and because it does come from wood pulp it could also contribute to deforestation but overall it is the most environmentally friendly synthetic material. So of course there are also other materials than the ones I’ve mentioned and you’ll also likely find a lot of blends. And blends can combine the benefits of both materials but it can also negate some of them.

For example, a polyester/cotton blend will mean that the item is no longer biodegradable. As you’ve probably noticed, no material is perfect. And it’s just about trying your best to make informed decisions and also choosing the right materials for the function of the garment. I personally try to stick with natural materials for both comfort and environmental reasons. But it doesn’t make sense all the time. For example with swimwear, it makes much more sense to have something that doesn’t absorb water and dries quickly.

So I hope you’ve found this interesting and maybe learned something. Please let me know in the comments if they are any pros or cons that I missed. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you in the next one. .

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Interior Design Showcase 2017 | Lloyd Phillips | University of South Wales

I’m doing a hostel at the moment just nothing in there door building in can’t bake for a building things like victoria building by large i used to be like a broker called exchange building and there’s little bear walked in he doing my design has to change into a hospital there’s not many building grown cars previous people could go through in like hotels it is the big number people ride in throughout the years don’t try to be or not to the hostel so I know where to find these the CAD plans which was on the things that come to the website and then draw PDF guy to get the pad land and then design from their lens come up with a onset and a proposal then you have to do like a 3d model either r 3f mac like futon or physical one like Emily said I want to go into more design role or hoping to do that that’s on a year out in there do little realities which is a visualising company even though it was not as I bid I still got to see porcelain sign yourself to have four coming days and then you build again much yeah very good zero is the big thing yes happy now she’s got a good year and that’s it really good attracts over yeah

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Introducing Purple Sheets. Stretchiest, Comfiest, Bamboo Sheets Ever.

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2BHK Home Interiors in Bengaluru by Livspace | Radhika & Raghavan’s #LivspaceHome

(I’m) Radhika, I work with the project management group in Apotex Hi I’m Raghavan, I work as a technical architect in Infosys. So we bought this place in April. So we got to know about Livspace through a friend. We wanted somebody to help us to organise ourselves and make best use of the space – what we have. and a way to define the way we are, just have that very positive energy. So, we wanted something that was minimalist. Something that accentuates the space. Hi, my name is Anisha and I’m the designer at Livspace. Radhika and Raghavan, their quite fond of paintings and posters. So, I already have a brief from the start that I have to revolve around a lot of things. So as soon as you enter in the house, you’ll find the shoe rack and texture wall paint which gets highlighted more as the house is very airy. In the living area, So I tried used a lot of subtle colours, especially a slate grey kind of a fabric which is a cotton collection. So in the study area, what we focus more on was to highlight and make a cosy space.

Abstract wall paint which is.. Which falls under to modern thing and the L-shaped seating which is right next to it and it had a little colonial and a little classical touch with those wooden tone pieces. You’ll find a study table and the wall unit where you can see a lot of space to keep books and your artefacts. We have a very minimal pendant light coming in just in front of the abstract wall paint. So this the minimalism and abstract go very well together. Going to the master bedroom, now the challenging part in that room was to complement all of the walls and the furniture which I’m going to use.

Having the wardrobe again of a little darker shade. So, I tried to complement that again with the sky kind of a wallpaper and in the center you’ll find a huge mirror where you can take the whole luxury of getting dressed up. And also the symmetrical chest of drawers with really nice small handcrafted wooden knobs for it. Yea when my in-laws — her parents — came they were stunned. Because they actually were really wowed. Our experience with Anisha was really nice. She always understood what we wanted. And she would give us ideas to, you know, what we could do to, towards the space or what is really nice interacting with her and it was very easy to connect. Manisha to Karthik and including your guys who come in – carpenters, electricians all of them were very friendly. It is easy to give feedbacks. Overall experience has been great. .

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Underground House – DIY | How to build a house under the ground

Hey Guys What’s up friends? It’s me the Interesting and I’m Ficus You have asked us to make a house under the ground And today we’ll do it And if you, Yes, You haven’t subscribed to our channel yet Make sure to do it right now So let’s get started Guys, we need to dig a big pit. You can understand And for this we need a shovel, right? Let’s take 2 of them Now both of us have a separate shovel Stop it, People are looking at us So guys, now we are removing the top layer of the soil with grass when our house will be ready, we’ll lay a roof on the top in order to disguise it so that it’ll be not visible Snowman for the Poor It digs quite well but still it’s difficult.

We’ve already been digging around for 3 hours Guys, we are so tired of digging that we realized that this is really difficult so we decided to call an Excavator Guys, this is the fastest transport in the world Sergey, can you imagine this land is thousand years old Really? Maybe we’ll find some caveman there I need your clothes I’ll be back We thought that we can dig up such a pit by ourselves But we couldn’t Whoa, amazing Its cool, isn’t it? Guys, really cool Guys, today we’ll not have time to do anything, so tomorrow we’ll start constructing our house Yes, and it’ll be beautiful It’ll be really awesome, guys Look how high it is, exactly an outstretched arm Really It seems to me, we overdid it Guys, our venue can’t be changed and we’re back in the hardware store In my favorite “Leroy Merlin” Damn! It’s very difficult to choose the boards.

All of them are with knots, so they need to be chosen accurately Guys, without my help they can’t do anything, really For our house we took a cypress. It smells very cool. But you know it’s a street plant so later we’ll place it outside Guys, we have fully packed up the car with the goods from which we will make our house It’s really full. Look at the top These are OSB sheets from which we’ll make the framework Today really we’ve got a lot of things and above all there are more passengers today so we don’t have enough space in the car Alight, Hurry up! Let’s move, we need to build the house How should we call our tree? Arthur? Is it suitable name? We watched a movie about King Arthur Yes, exactly Guys, I think you all know about the movie King Arthur, we really enjoyed watching it. Alright guys, we have arrived to the pace with all the materials From which we will construct our house And everything is so calculated, so now we should start the construction And what do you think we should do first? Well at first we need to make a ladder Then start making it And now I am leveling the walls, so that these boards fit well inside We’ve already done with the floor Guys, It’s started raining.

We need to do it faster It’s already so cozy feeling inside Here we go Our box is ready. Only thing left is to put the roof and make some decor in the house so that we feel inside cozy and comfortable Aren’t you scared? No I can already imagine the picture. Here we have the shelves, tables and chairs. It all closes and it has a small hole leading outwards This is for the fresh air to enter inside the house because we’ll close it completely. And in case of rain or something, there will be ventilation We have already begun to paint the walls of our house Look, What happened to this! You had such a nice shoes Yes, it was nice Well it’s an acrylic paint, everything will be ok Aha, need to clean them Guys, now it’s time to cover this area with soil so that our house will be unnoticeable for others Wow! Cool I heard something sputtering.

I thought that you are going to cover me inside Come and have a look inside, I’ve almost painted it and it looks cool Wow, it’s so awesome and cozy inside Wow, we got here Christmas tree Christmas tree- Arthur, guys! Woah! Superb! but who is it? This is drawn by Ira. It’s you and Ficus It’s really nice I really like it, guys Just the halo from above, it’s clearly not about him It’s exactly about me We bought such big solar lighting lamps, which are charged from the Sun and lights at night It’s just perfect, because here we have got such holders You take it from the street, put it here and you’ll have a light at home. So now we let it charge to use it later Guys, we’ll really have an exhaust fan. We bought such a fan which we’ll fix it over here Here it is And now we fix it here. So guys we have such a fan inside. It will be pump in fresh air when the door is closed Cool Fresh air from the street This is protection against mad drunkards and drug addicts Wow, it worked immediately Yes So bright! Don’t even have to close anything Just because it’s already dark here I’m terribly tired today But I’m very glad that we made this house.

I have incredible emotions. I just can’t show them, because I’m very tired We did everything in this house to make it comfortable for living. You look at this wall. It’s really kick-ass Roughly speaking, this is not a wall, it’s like a studio You can bring here people for photography and make some money. It’ll be cool, right? Everything is stylish. By the way, it’s Dima who was actually designed the interior So without his help, it wouldn’t have been so attractive inside No, It was actually a good team work Ok, we were an excellent team Today you need to spend the night here, remember? Yes, by tradition Did you hear it guys? It’s the exhaust fan working. Really it can be felt Can you imagine? Here you can even walk. In the evening, anybody can pass around it and nothing will fall apart He won’t even notice it.

Yes, that’s true Yes Well, it’s necessary to moisten a little bit with water so that the grass would be well sprouted. And then it will be completely unnoticeable as everything will grow together with the ground and it’ll be alright Guys, agree with us that we got a cool underground house. Yeah? I thought that our house would be 3 times smaller We are delighted and hope you are too. So please give it a like Yes guys, please support this video and leave your comments down below Write us guys, what kind of house should we make next? We really like this category. So subscribe to the channel Click on the bell to not miss out the new videos Thanks for watching Bye everyone .

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DRAMA IS THE NEW BLACK – BOEN Interior Design & Lifestyle Trends (2/3)

Hi, I am Gudy Herder. Hi, I am Andreas Tippel. In the next couple of minutes … I’d like to share with you the main features and characteristics of the main features and characteristics of the of the interior design and lifestyle trend „DRAMA IS THE NEW BLACK“. And I will show you BOEN’s products which answer this trend. Whether you’re pro-darkness or not … you can’t argue that black rules the Interior Design world. Black – however – as a trending colour is so far no news. But entire interiors are being painted or decorated in black now, from the floor to the ceiling. And It’s all about the TOTAL LOOK. It certainly is a daring trend where BLACK is synonymous with a sleek sophisticated style. But it is not only the fashion and interior design field … that succumbs to that masculine and elegant palette … but other areas such as food, prop styling, architecture … artisan work and beauty are all engaged. How to soften this trend? Actually black can be a quite warm shade when the paint on the walls is thickened with pigments to give a matt finish.

It’s always the glossy effect that give a colder appearance. As for 2017, black is no longer combined with copper but brass finishings are taking over when we talk metal accessories. If you like BLACK but rather prefer a warmer approach … natural wood on frames and flooring can be great combinations so is lush greenery in terracotta planters. Blots of dark green or dark blue are an interesting add on, too. Black is actually very versatile. If these aesthetics are up your alley … then it’s a good moment to see how we have translated this trend into a matching floor collection that depending on how you combine it can give you a more modern or classic appearance in your home. Thanks Gudy. Since BOEN is the style advisor we develop our products to match trends. The colours Ebony and Chalk Black are simple to explain. They are just black, in two different yet combinable shades. There is one thing that reminds us that we´re still talking about wooden floors. And that´s the smooth brushing. Boen´s Live Pure surface offers the best protection at an extremely low gloss level.

Find out more about BOEN’s our stylish black floors. Your Boen salesman is happy to help. .

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