Posted on Jan 20, 2016
The Japanese people are quite skilled when it comes to interior design and decorating. From Shoji screens to calligraphy prints and platform-beds to rice-paper lamps or rugs made from natural fibers, Japan has contributed a great deal to the aesthetic dimension of both office life and domestic life. The Japanese have an eye for detail and a keen sense for the bigger picture, all for the sake of creating harmony and balance.
Posted on Jan 11, 2016
Sleep Clean and Healthy
The Problem: An Unhealthy Source of Rest. Did you know that you will spend over a third of your life in bed? Naturally, it would make sense to consider what type of materials your body is coming into contact with for eight or more hours per day. Many of the synthetic sheets and comforters commonly known as ‘microfiber’ are 100% polyester which is essentially a chemically treated plastic. These commercially produced synthetic cotton or microfiber sheets emit toxic gasses and create a welcoming habitat for dust mites and other allergens.
Posted on Jan 06, 2016
Ring in the 2016 New Year by setting effective and reachable long-term goals and plans to fulfill over the next twelve months!
One of the best ways to christen the New Year is to visualize your home as a sacred space and a place where you can feel safe and comfortable. This often involves letting go of old habits or unnecessary possessions, or even making apologies and keeping promises offered to people we care about. In the spirit of domestic redesign and personal redemption, Haiku Designs would like to help you beautify your living space.
Posted on Dec 16, 2015
The unique quality and charm of small businesses is unmatched with any other when it comes to overall value and contribution to society. Although the superstores and mega corporations continue to grow bigger and more widespread across the world, the small retailer is becoming stronger and more competitive in terms of its focus on employee satisfaction, community based customer service, and local investment in the economy.
Posted on Dec 07, 2015
While some mattresses support restful sleep more effectively than others, a viable option in both strength and comfort is the all natural latex foam mattress. These eco-friendly and comfortable mattresses were first produced as "orthopedic mattresses" in the 1950s. Orthopedic mattresses were initially designed to properly align the spine while sleeping, with the hope of minimizing stress and improving various medical conditions. In the same way that orthopedic shoes provide support while walking, an orthopedic mattress is designed to provide your whole body with more support while sleeping.