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Brizo’s Invari Bath Collection Integrates Edwardian Elegance with Machine Age Sensibility

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The following post is brought to you by Brizo. Our partners are hand picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. The new Invari Bath Collection, by luxury fittings brand Brizo, combines stately elegance and traditional design to create a fresh style that’s full of beautiful forms. The word “invari” is inspired by the Latin word for unchanging, aptly used here as the collection features classic shapes and decorative influences from the Edwardian era partnered with Machine Age sensibility. “Aesthetic movements rise and fall, but the principles of good design endure,” said Celine Garland, Brizo...

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I’m still in love: A review of Lufthansa first class on the A380

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TPG Rating 87 100 PROS Dedicated first-class ground escort, recently refreshed amenities, oversized bathrooms. CONS Subpar international first-class lounge in Shanghai, seat isn't fully enclosed, aging IFE system. 16 Ground Experience 17 Cabin + Seat 12 Amenities + IFE 23 Food + Beverage 19 Service Some people fall in love with a sports team during their childhood. For others, it’s a particular movie or music album. For me, it was Lufthansa first class. When I started collecting miles and points at the ripe age of 16, I stupidly hoarded them. I didn’t want to “waste” points, so used them sparingly...

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Get comfortable on the shore with these beach chairs

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When you were a kid, you probably didn't care about having a chair at the beach -- the sand was enough. Now that you're older, you want to get off the ground, and maybe even get some back support. Modern beach chairs offer more than just a place to sit; they now have features like an insulated pocket for your extra drinks or a pouch for your mobile. But with all of the options available, which one should you buy? We're here to help you figure that out with our collection of the best beach chairs. All the features Tommy...

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By its very nature, a craft room has to be stocked with supplies—whether stacks of paper, fabric, ribbon, beads, clay, or paint—and it can quickly become a cluttered mess

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It’s hard to feel inspired when your creative space is messy, unorganized, or you can’t find what you need. It’s essential to sort and store all your supplies in a way that’s both functional and attractive. From DIY organization ideas to tools that will help keep your space in order—like mason jars, pegboards, and everything in-between—read below for 20 of our favorite craft room organization ideas. 1. Craft Caddy A wooden desk caddy couldn’t be more perfect for keeping your craft station in order! The compartments are just the right size for stashing scissors, pens, markers, pencils, Post-it® Notes, and decorative...

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Christmas gift guide 2019: stocking fillers and ideas for every budget

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Our gift guide 2019 includes the best eco-friendly outdoor and nature-inspired gifts and stocking fillers. For owl lovers Felt owl decoration, 6.50, baileyshome.com More Christmas content: Britains best Christmas markets British Christmas traditions: History of mince pies and Christmas trees, plus best festive events How to make your own Christmas cards and wrapping paper Keep your feet warm Lambswool mountain knee-high socks; Lambswool Fair Isle knee-high socks; Winter forest knee-high socks, 28 a pair, catherinetough.co.uk For gin fans Staffords Gin, from 25 colwithfarmdistillery.co.uk/shop Preserve flowers Large flower press, 18.50, baileyshome.com. Sprout plantable pencils, 11.95 for a box of eight, sproutworld.com...

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