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Corals, neons and soft pastels from the rainbow palette are in this season. It's time to ditch those plain blacks and sizzling reds and opt for a more colourful wardrobe instead. No, we don't mean the loud colours that can have a jarring effect on a
Milan Ron Arad will present the first Active True Colour piece, an integrated colour-changing workstation containing a desk, shelves and wall, within his new project, 'No Bad Colours,' as part of a Jean Nouvel -curated exhibition, 'Office For Living,'
An interest in natural remedies has grown into a part-time career for Maree Murphy and she now produces teas and tinctures using organic herbs from her home garden. Murphy, a qualified scientist turned medical herbalist, used to work for sausage
Hy Fishman has seen a lot of horror stories involving pricey fur coats...Another woman brought in a chinchilla skin that she had kept in the freezer for 20 years. After rotating it in a drum, Fishman was able to salvage half the pelts and make her a
Nothing compares to the soft, luxurious feeling of a carpet under your feet. It has been the most viable flooring option for long, not just for comfort and style, but also to improve a home's acoustics because, as a result of its fuzzy nature, it
Notes & Queries is a series where readers answer other readers' questions, on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific concepts. Add your question or answer below The Guardian , Wednesday 19 December 2012 11.55 EST
It may be a faraway land, but the Scandinavian country of Sweden has inspired many decorators with its unique blend of colour matching and furniture designs. When your space has too much going on visually, sometimes just de-cluttering it isn't enough.
I think there was a dispute over this kind of thing between easyJet and Orange, especially when the former started diversifying and even, I seem to recall, set up a mobile network (or virtual network) using its distinctive orange colouring... Close
Pondering Plumes Wednesday, July 4, 2012 Article Tools A plume of hazy something drifted slowly from neath a plane's wing ominously catching the eye of a few and brewing a heated discussion about pesticide repercussions...At this time of year they
30 June 2012 New research has led scientists to believe that people do not see all the same colours when they look at similar objects. Although there is a general consensus that red is the same shade as strawberries, blood and the planet Mars some