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16
Sep
2016
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5 Easy Ways to Create a Stunning Fall Tablescape

Despite the fact that in our part of the world we are experiencing a mini heatwave, our thoughts are turning to the Fall. We love this season shift, as the nights draw in and the evenings become chilly. There is such bounty in Fall: the ripe fruit hanging from the trees waiting to be eaten or preserved, the hedgerows swaying under the weight of juicy blackberries, the squash and pumpkins swelling above the soil. Then there’s all the thrills of Halloween, Thanksgiving (in the US) and Bonfire Night (in Britain). We find ourselves drawn to rituals that celebrate light in the face of the coming darkness of winter. Read More

17
Jun
2016
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How to Win at Breakfast in Bed

Why save breakfast in bed for special occasions? We think it’s too good not to make time for as often as possible. What better way to start a busy day than with a quiet, contemplative bowl of something beautiful? And it doesn’t have to be anything grand and extravagant – here’s a few simple hints for making the best breakfast in bed.

Break with your normal routine, celebrate quiet time with a partner, read the paper or make a mental to-do list, accompanied by a steaming cup of coffee, sumptuous sheets and some morning sunshine. You just need enough energy to get to the kitchen and back.

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14
Sep
2014
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Linen Fabric for Hotels

Linen fabric is still not widely used in hotels industry despite it’s great qualities. Linen fabric is two or three times the strength of cotton fabric and it is definitely among the strongest vegetable fibers. Linen fabric withstands high temperatures and very well resists dirt and stains, so is easy to care for. Yes it wrinkles easily, but those who love natural fibers definitely consider part of its charm. When it comes to the price, yes it is a bit expensive, but the experience and atmosphere it creates is second to none.
Take a look at Domi Lini – holiday apartments located in SPA resort Druskininkai, Lithuania. It is dressed 100% in linen fabric : bed linen, curtains, bath towels, hand towels, rugs and even SPA accessories.

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