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Rug-rats Unite (Part 4)

Posted on Feb 23, 2015

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Update your Home with Cool Modern Furniture

Posted on Feb 13, 2015

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Finding local retail outlets in the Front Range area that offer modern furniture designs that use eco-friendly materials is not an easy task. For example, although bamboo furniture for the bedroom, dining room and kitchen,  is durable, beautiful and affordable by its very nature,  but finding it locally is a curious challenge. Buying furniture on the Internet may be convenient, but when it comes from a company that’s far away from your home, you end up paying more for shipping, and if it gets damaged along the way, it will take longer to replace. When you buy furniture locally, it may take a bit more of your time, but you get benefits that the Internet lacks, meeting the sellers face-to-face and seeing what the furniture looks like in person. You also receive more personal customer service, so if there’s a problem of any kind, you can knock on their door and ask for help in a more direct fashion.

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Natural & Organic Latex Mattresses: Live Healthy, Sleep Happy

Posted on Feb 09, 2015


Would you rather sleep on mattress made of unnatural materials or on a more natural sleep surface,  made from products that come from Mother Nature such a natural latex, organic cotton and untreated wool? In the passed, people slept on things like leaves or straw or furs, without a second thought for other options, because the printing-press hadn’t been invented yet, and the Media was confined to the stars. Today, most people sleep on mattresses made from synthetic fibers that come from petroleum. The invention of plastics and other synthetic materials made in laboratories seemed like a gift from God when they first appeared, but now we know that they originated from oil, an earthly resource that might have been better off if it stayed where it belonged. Consider this food for thought the next time the price of gas goes up.

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Mother Nature’s Organic Cotton for Health and Comfort

Posted on Feb 04, 2015

Organic cotton and other raw materials are the heritage of the past and the wave of the future. The term organic means different things to different people, but essentially it means growing food or other natural resources, such as cotton (or how wool is obtained from sheep) by certain standards that covers many variables and procedures that differ from what is often referred to as conventional growing methods, which are actually recent development, historically speaking. The word organic is this context is a relatively new term, because it is often used to differentiate its meaning from its opposite, which is commonly referred to as inorganic or unnatural or man-made. These ‘polar opposites’ have been the subject of much debate among those who work or perform research in the agricultural community, and the argument has been going on for approximately 50 years, maybe longer. For more details about the standards of organic growing methods and organic certification, please, visit Wikipedia.

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The Wonders of Modern Furniture Design

Posted on Jan 23, 2015

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For over 30 years, Copeland Furniture has been designing and manufacturing Mid Century Modern solid wood furniture for the bedroom, dining room, and home office. The simple, clean lines of Copeland furniture complements and enhances any interior. All Copeland Furniture is made of solid hardwood from the Northern Forest. Copeland Furniture is Forest Stewardship Council certified.

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