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Desserts spelled backward

There is an older woman at church who I have recently been “befriended by” on Facebook and when that happens, if you are MY friend, you end up really getting a good look into my life and what goes on in it because I am an open book and I guess kind of a narcissist and put it all out there because I think people give a crap. 819 more words

8 Ways to Create the Perfect Office

Changes in technology and the ways in which businesspeople interact have actually had an impact on the interior design of most office spaces.

Everything these days is wireless and paperless, which means that sumptuous closets and luxuriously deep drawers are increasingly a thing of the past and that there’s far less desk space required for wired clutter like cable routers and gargantuan printers. 459 more words

Interior Design

'Sarah Style' is here!

Today’s the day.  It’s finally here.  My favourite Canadian designer, Sarah Richardson’s, new book hits bookstores.

Sarah has fuelled my love for interior design.  She is constantly inspiring me to change things up at home (not sure my husband loves this) and take unexpected design risks.   119 more words

Renovation & Design

Vendor Spotlight: Kimi Arya

When people are looking for vendors, it’s important to choose someone who has a true desire for the work regardless for how long they may have been in the business. 116 more words

Making Space in the Bathroom

Are you tired of looking at your bathroom and seeing all the clutter of health and beauty products? With these six tips, you can create more storage in your bathroom and keep your space organized. 463 more words

Interior Design

The CodeIgniter Decorator Library

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how I can clean up my CodeIgniter code, specifically my controllers and views. CodeIgniter is dead simple to work with, but on larger, more complex projects I find that my controllers get a little long and my views get messy. 992 more words

Codeigniter

Validations through Decorator Pattern

The decorator pattern is a common design pattern often used to add new functionality to an object dynamically. The main benefit of the decorator pattern is that the existing object’s class is not directly modified. 238 more words

Design Pattern