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The Verdi Canvas is a woven fabric in 100% Hemp with a 130gr/m2 weight.2
It’s a historic fabric and it’s perfect to realize shirts that thanks to their look and softness are appreciated from the whole family.
It’s one of a kind, the Verdi Canvas is perfect to create items during all the year, from the underwear and pajamas to unisex shirts. During the summer it is not only perfect for shirts, but also for foulards, sarongs, and fresh accessories in general for both day and night.
Thanks to his weight and his hand, which is really soft and wrapping, the Canvas is perfect in a 155 cm height to create baby cot’s and small beds linens.
We highly recommend the use of the Hemp since the first days of our children. This is because of the antibacterial feature from the Hemp fiber, which is also perfect on newborn skins, and gives a micro massage on their skin. These features will guarantee each baby a great comfort during their sleep, a sensation that cotton cannot reach.
Thanks to his transparency and lightness, the Verdi can also be used for nice home decors.
These are the magickal properties that make Alpaca wool fiber special when you use it. It is important to be aware of our sustainable planet earth and all of its wonderful creations of magick that Divine Mother Earth Goddess, GAEA has created so we can live comfortably and magickally. Each creation giving us an awareness of who they are and there purpose in creation. Every creation animate or inanimate beings are a living soul creation of our mother’s magick.
Magickal Issues, Intentions & Powers of Alpaca: Action, Adaptability, Balance, Diligence, Duty, Fortitude, Movement, Patience, and Stamina. Alpacas bring good luck and prosperity. They are gentle, calm and curious souls. For Andean families Alpacas are an important income source and so are a pillar of livelihood.
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Variety is a spice of life. And so having options and choices is a natural part of our life. Having choices balances out the economy. For a long time businessess and corporations have monopolized on certain textile fibers and controlling the market for there own benefits and not for the planet and people.
Now we offer new textile fibers that are available across the globe and so there is no need for monotization from any country. Most past of the globe can grow hemp. So there would not be any need to control the market. We work with suppliers of hemp from all over the world bringing the best pricing, product, quality and capabilities to you. So it is about choosing. Add hemp flooring to your designer kit of choices along with other wood flooring options.
Check out our Hemp flooring. Made in USA. And yes we have all the certificates for commercial industry standards and every detail passes the codes required for interior and architects. Add hemp as your flooring of choice.
A basic introduction to the types of Floor-Coverings: Hand-knotted Rugs
These rugs are the most expensive rugs, where each knot is tied to the warps individually to form the carpets.
These type of carpets have the longest manufacturing period.
These are mainly made in wool, silk, viscose
Traditional patterns from Iran are made in hand-knotted style.
Lasts for generations.
Pricing Parameters for Hand-knotted Rugs
Knots per Square Inch(KPSI): This stands for the density of the knots. The denser the rugs , more expensive will be the weaving.
Pile Height: The length of the pile
Types of yarns used: Various blends of fibers are used to make the rugs, ranging from 100% NL Wool to Indian wool, silk, viscose, jute etc. The price is variable depending on the type of raw material used
Design: Patterns/designs are a vital aspect with regards to the pricing.
All of our rugs, carpets are custom made and our client is anyone who desires a beautiful handmade carpet in your design. We can send you our small sample set for fiber, quality, construction reference to custom design your carpets.
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Painters today have more pigments to choose from than any other artists in history. They can buy traditional, historical varieties that Rembrandt would recognize, such as siennas and ochres, or 20th-century innovations like phthalocyanines and quinacridones—pigments with an intensity that would have startled even the color-loving Impressionists. Despite this abundance, many artists and art educators endorse the use of a restricted “limited” palette as a way to develop coherent, harmonious, and personal paintings.
Limited palettes are great learning tools. Students are often taught to paint in monochrome, using only a dark brown or black pigment, plus white. This allows them to focus on accurate shapes, degrees of light and dark—called “values” or “tones”—and paint application, without the additional complexity of color. By mastering these austere palettes, students build a strong foundation for the later introduction of color.
A more contemporary monochromatic approach involves using black and white, plus another color. In this example, phthalocyanine blue is introduced to produce a work of tonal accuracy that transcends the academic flavor of a strict black-and-white exercise.
Palettes with one warm and one cool pigment
To add more versatility to their palettes, painters may choose to select one warm and one cool pigment, plus white. In this example, burnt sienna and ultramarine blue are mixed to create a full tonal range, as well as temperature variations from cool to warm. Color temperature is a useful tool for creating the illusion of depth on the two-dimensional canvas.
Warm colors appear to come forward in a painting, while cool colors are recessive. This effect is visible at the inner and outer parts of the bowl. Both areas are greyed because they contain all three colors of the palette, and they are exactly the same value. Yet mixing a larger amount of burnt sienna into the front of the bowl results in a warm color, while mixing more ultramarine into the inner bowl makes it cool.
Notice how the warmer mixture appears closer to the front of the picture plane, while the cooler color recedes into the middle ground. This effect, added to the use of value changes, can create works that convey both form and space.
The Zorn palette
Limited palettes aren’t just for beginner painters. Many professional artists limit the number of pigments that they work with. Perhaps the artist who is most well-known for doing this is Anders Zorn, a Swedish painter active during the late 19th and early 20th centuries who developed a color palette that bears his name. This self-portrait from 1896 was created with the four-color “Zorn palette,” which you can also see him holding in the painting.
Anders Zorn, Self-portrait withModel, 1896. Courtesy of Nationalmuseum.
Though scholars have debated the exact colors the artist used, the Zorn palette is often considered to be comprised of yellow ochre, vermilion, ivory black, and white. Some believe he used a cadmium red rather than vermilion; regardless, cadmium red light is a modern substitute for vermillion, which is toxic.
These four pigments are capable of making a full range of color, despite the fact that the palette contains no blue. Ivory black’s bluish undertone allows it to act as blue; it can be mixed with vermillion to create muted purples, and with yellow ochre to suggest green. The Zorn palette is also effective for creating rich dark colors and beautiful greys.
The Zorn palette results in subtle, tonal paintings, but it may not satisfy artists with a passion for color. Even Zorn himself didn’t use it exclusively.
Other limited palettes
Painters who want the potential for both bright color and greyed color can choose from many other limited palettes, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.
For a broad range of color, a simple palette made of saturated red, blue, and yellow pigments, plus white, is key. Whenever pigments are combined, they lose some chroma, so starting with high-chroma colors ensures that your mixtures will be intense.
This color palette combines cadmium red light, ultramarine blue, and cadmium yellow light, plus white. As with the Zorn palette, it can make a version of every hue, but the saturation level is much higher.
Cadmium yellow light mixed with cadmium red light produces clean, high-chroma oranges; mixed with ultramarine, it results in saturated, slightly warm greens. The weakness of this palette is in the purples. It’s excellent for depicting something like these weathered pavers, but incapable of painting the high-chroma purple flowers.
Substituting cool alizarin permanent for the warm cadmium red light results in high-chroma purples that could do justice to the blooms.
However, alizarin would alter the orange scale. Mixing this cool red with cadmium yellow light creates cool terra-cottas and siennas, rather than true orange.
Every three-color primary palette will have some weaknesses in color rendering, and artists who want to be able to achieve pure purples, oranges, and greens will have to add colors to it. One way to address this weakness is by adding a single missing pigment, such as green or orange, or by choosing to use a six-color split primary palette instead.
The six-color palette contains warm and cool versions of each of the primaries—red, blue, and yellow. A sample palette may contain cadmium yellow and cadmium yellow light; ultramarine blue and phthalocyanine blue; and cadmium red light and alizarin permanent.
Charting the greens alone shows the broad range of hues—from warm olive to cool lime—that can be achieved with two yellows and two blues. No single green you purchase can achieve such variety.
A painter’s palette is, ultimately, an expression of how they see the world and the colors that they love. By exploring a variety of limited palettes from earthy to intense, painters can discover the combination of colors that best helps them convey their world view.
Touch of Magick– We have been in hospitality and retail home industry for over 18+ years. We can design your whole brand of OS&E product line based on your specification or design ideas. From concept to completion is what we do. Through my previous work experience we have participated in designing of Westin, W hotel and many more brands, independent hotel directs, worked with architects, interior firms and designers, groups such as Marriott, Intercontinental, Choice to name a few. We have good relationships with our resources for best quality and pricing.
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Modern artificial leathers are coated with polyurethane (PU) instead of PVC, as PU is much more environmentally friendly in production, use and disposal. Conventional PU, however, has the disadvantage that moisture and bacteria can penetrate through the openness of the pores and thus permanently damage the PU. A new manufacturing process enables PU artificial leather to be produced with closed pores, so that there are no fractures in the surface – it is much more durable and hard-wearing. Our artificial leathers SOLO, KANO, JAGO, ENA and ROMY have been produced with this special PU manufacturing process, called High System PU.
Our modern faux leathers are also particularly soft and insensitive to soiling. They are quick and easy to clean. With over 300,000 rubbing cycles, our faux leathers are durable and robust. Due to their permanent bi-elasticity, the materials can be easily upholstered according to all processes customary in the upholstery industry. The advantages of High System PU faux leather are:
free of phthalate
high and permanent elongation
insulating against cold
PU is recyclable
Garry is a high-quality HSPU faux leather with a textile look. It conveys visual cosiness and comfort and at the same time offers the functional advantages of faux leather.
Romy has a beautifully grained, matt surface that can hardly be distinguished haptically from genuine leather. The leather look is supported by warm natural shades.
Ena is modern and bold with its smooth, metallic surface and strong accentuated colours. In addition to the classic metallic tones such as gold, copper and silver, strong tones such as orange and red stand out.
Jago has a natural leather apperance; its slight vintage look makes it extremely suitable for the furnishing of a modern hotel. It is ideal for headboards, bed surrounds and seating furniture of all kind. The authenticity of the faux leather is underlined by the colour range which concentrates on natural and grey tones.
Kano is a faux leather with a fine graphically embossed structure and a modern metallic sheen. The colour range comprises metal tones such as steel, titanium, silver and bronze as well as black and white.
Solo has a large colour palette with strong colours paired with natural leather tones. Solo is particularly beautiful in combination with upholstery fabrics from the DELIGARD series.
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Trying to attract tourists, restaurateurs build facilities where people can sleep in interesting forms. so, many winemakers have facilities that associate with grapes and wine. For example in Douro, Portugal in the facilities of Quinta da Pacheca sleep is organized in huge wine barrels.
Here, people who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the cities can relax in these quaint and romantic barrels and savor their original wines.
The estate has existed for 280 years with a 140-acre vineyard. To be there and spend some time is a dream of every wine lover, and with great and original accommodation, this can be near perfection.
The giant wine barrels are designed to look like the actual wine barrels they use in the vineyards. The property owner Paulo Pereira and Maria do Céu Gonçalves designed and built them from pine.
Each apartment is 30 meters long and has a breathtaking view. It has a light window that makes the room feel much bigger than it is.
In this “wine room” tourists can use the shower, the bathroom, and the front deck. They don’t have to do anything but slow down and indulge in the beauty that surrounds them. The bed has a round shape that is rarely found in other tourist places and in real life.
KINDS OF WINE In QUINTA DA PACHECA
Their grapes grow along the river on steep hillsides. They produce beautiful reds, whites, rosé, and port wines.
KINDS OF FOOD
Excellent wine connoisseurs know that every wine tastes best when served with local food. In this tourist destination, visitors are also able to taste their wonderful wines with many local delicacies.
Also locally made jams and olive oil can be found here, which is a must-try. The property has a restaurant that offers all the services, so tourists do not have to go elsewhere.
THE DOURO WINE REGION
The valley of the Douro wine region is home to ports and enriched wines like Sherry. Mountainous terrains will delight anyone who learns about the region and are in itself a sufficient reason to put it on the list of next destinations.
This region is up to Barca de Alva, which is the oldest branched wine region in the world. It is characterized by a carved deep valley of the river, on the side of which, by the hand of man, mountain areas have been turned into soil and walls and planted with vines. The whole region is green in summer and blue in autumn.
The knowledge of grapes and wine is passed on from generation to generation. The landowners removed the terraces overtime to expose the vines to the sun and thus provide the necessary warmth for the grapes. This unique wine and landscape are created from the fruits of the earth and human labor.
COST TO STAY AT QUINTA DA PACHECA
The price is similar to many other accommodations in the area, about $ 250 per night. As this is a great trip for most people, it is necessary to get tickets to Portugal, regulate everything regarding travel documents and head to that destination.
A new approach to design and architecture that involves the use of natural materials, natural light and plants to create a more pleasing and effective built environment is being adopted by Singapore. Known as Biophilic Design, the concept means architects embrace nature in their design, bringing nature into the city, replacing columns, walls and neon with […]
DELIMAR fabrics of the Meridian collection impress with their distinctive weave structures in refreshing summer colours and classic non-colours. Fresh white runs like a red thread through the collection. This results in exciting, creative combination possibilities beyond the individual colour worlds. When you look at the fabrics, you feel a little closer to the sun.
The fabrics of the Meridian collection are made of the innovative fibre Polyolefinic FR, whose positive properties are permanently anchored in the fibre. High lightfastness, resistance to chlorine and sea water and weather resistance are the characteristics of this special fibre. Of course, all DELIMAR articles are flame retardant. The fabrics can be machine washed at 40°C and dry quickly, so that mould and bacteria cannot grow. DELIMAR fabrics are free of harmful substances, antistatic and water-repellent.