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5 home design ideas to create Instagram-worthy spaces

Whether or not you are part of the Instagram culture, creating gorgeous backdrops within your living space adds to your home’s aesthetic. Creating “Instagram-worthy” spaces takes a bit of knowledge and a splash of creativity. Most of these ideas can be implemented easily and with a bit of DIY love. Of course, if you are…

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Top 5 best hardwood floor vacuums to buy in 2019

Everyone knows how difficult it can be to clean up the house. Sometimes it can require much effort, time and money, especially if there are different floor surfaces in your home. Luckily, reliable brands keep their customers in mind. From year to year, they improve their products and offer innovative models for our use. This…

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Best wines to bring on your first date

You turned on your phone and opened this app called Tinder, swiping left to almost five hundred profiles of beautiful ladies. No one could spark your interest after countless hours of swiping left, and it’s a struggle. Then here she comes, pretty girl with cute eyeglasses, onyx black and short hair, pouty lips and a…

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Best appliances to give as a wedding gift

The eternal wedding gift conundrum. Most people have already been living together for a long time when they decide to get married, and when it comes to gifts, there isn’t a lot you can give them in terms of fancy cups and spice sets. However, buying the right appliance can make their lives much more…

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Casual wear saree styles for everyday routine

If you are a fashion-conscious person, then chances are your wardrobe is always updated. You might be having tons of options to choose from but what if you have to pick one ethnic attire for every occasion and routine wear? A well-draped saree is sure to win hearts whether it’s a regular day at an…

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Custom photo blanket for your loved ones

The old saying goes, “it’s not the gift, but the thought that counts”. The act of exchanging gifts has long been a tradition that transcends racial, cultural and status lines. During Medieval times, peasants exchanged gifts with their nobles and community as a sign of gratitude. Although they had little, they made it a point…

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