Lovable Living Rooms!

A Living room is your sanctuary a place to relax, unwind, kick up your feet and catch up with friends new and old! Let its decor be a true reflection of your exceptional personal taste and style! Take a cue from some of the rooms we’ve selected below and infuse some of the irreverence and fun that give these rooms that extra OOMPH!

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Bathroom Decor 101: Beauteous Bathtubs!


In designing the bathroom well, you will have to take great care of many aspects of the bathroom design. Some of the most important products that will have to be decided carefully are the bathroom vanities like cupboards and cabinets that can be used to store toiletries and bathroom products. Also, the sink and the bathroom fixtures chosen will have to reflect the design, look and the style of the vanities chosen for the bathroom. You will be able to create a wonderful feel in your bathroom by deciding upon the bathtub after a long period of deliberation.

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The Enterprising Enthusiast Joins dadaDali Performing Arts Company

The Adventure: dadaDali Performing Arts Company!

Details & Directions:

dadaDALI is a Performing Arts company, devoted to providing cutting-edge Theater, Film, Improvisational Comedy, Television, and Documentaries.

Contour’s Covets: A Day At the Movies, With Life of Pi

“Contour’s Covets”: Bites to eat & cooking up feasts, books to select, things to see, items to collect & people to meet!


Movie Info: Director Ang Lee creates a groundbreaking movie event about a young man who survives a disaster at sea and is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an amazing and unexpected connection with another survivor…a fearsome Bengal tiger. — (C) Official Site

Critic’s Review: Joe Morgenstern for the Wall Street Journal

Hunger, says the desperate hero in “Life of Pi,” “can change everything you think you knew about yourself.” So too can the ineffably beautiful images of Ang Lee’s film change what you think you knew about the appeal of monodramas (although the hero isn’t really alone in the unfolding tale); about water (not what it is or what it can do but how it can look) and about the relatively new, fast-evolving field of computer-generated imagery. Mr. Lee’s film is stronger as a visual experience—especially in 3-D—than an emotional one, but it has a final plot twist that may also change what you thought you knew about the ancient art of storytelling.

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