Now that you have decided to reformulate your interior space, picking the right colors for specific rooms can come across as tedious. It does help to have a fair color sense, but there’s more to interior designing than choosing the right color.
Picture it this way: just like each person has a unique aura every room has its own aura as well. But the best part is that each room’s aura can be modified with a little bit of common sense and oodles of creativity. The color of a room speaks volumes about its aura.
We bring you some tips on how to choose the right color for different rooms of your house. Read on to find out…
The living room forms the major portion of most modern homes. Technically, this room is supposed to be the most important of rooms as this is where we receive guests and most of us spend quality time as a family. This presupposes the importance of getting the right color for this important part of the residence. Experts suggest that you should always go in for bright colors for the walls so that the sunlight gets reflected properly aiding in the proliferation of positive energy. Not too fond of bright colors? No problem, you always have the option of creating a focus wall with a brightly coloured hue and then painting the rest of the walls with a milder hue to create an alluring contrast.
When painting the kitchen, we suggest you use shades of medium undertones so that you can save yourself the embarrassment of showing stained walls to your guests. Also, medium toned colors ensure that there is a right balance of brightness and calmness that is required to cook something garnished with love.
The bedroom is the place where we unwind ourselves after a hectic day. So make sure this place makes use of the mildest shades possible to have a soothing effect. That said, make sure you don’t use an excess of blue shades as experts point to the increase of negative emotions tied to being in a room painted in blue.
Nothing pleases the eye and the heart more than an aesthetically well-painted house. It only adds few feathers on your cap, but also instills a sense of holistic well- being to your family. So go ahead, let the colors run riot and steer your home towards a healthier living.…
Slate is a metamorphic rock, and is defined as a lavered stone that can be split into thicknesses ranging from 8 to 14 mm. The rock is formed when ocean or riverbed sediments are compressed and heated by the crust of the earth.
Very few kitchen floors have the visual impact of slate which has the warmth and elegance of a natural stone. Slate flooring can provide good insulation from both heat and cold. It is known for long life and durability. Slate is resistance to chipping, cracking and abrasion.
Slate is formed benefit the surface of the earth during cooling and solidification of magma. Magma is made up of minerals such as clay, silt, mica, and chlorite. Pressures occurring in the crust of the earth then squeeze these minerals into parallel layers.
Slate has long been used as a building material due to decorating versatility, natural beauty, softness and durability. The natural colors, textures and other inherent qualities of slate match all the varied requirements of the modern kitchen.
Slate kitchen flooring is as durable as ceramic tile, or stone flooring. But also like these other materials a slate floor can be hard on the feet. Stone and slate will stain without sealed and can be slippery.
Natural slate kitchen flooring is available in such an array of styles and textures due to fact that slate contains clay and silt particles. Slate flooring is available in shades of black, green, brown, and gold. No two pieces of slate are similarly resulting in each slate floor being unique and one-of-a-kind.
It is also available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and patterns. Natural color variations in the slate ensure that your kitchen flooring will be unique.
Among the advantages of slate kitchen flooring is that it is practically indestructible. Slate is a good choice if you want a flooring material that will be long lasting. Another good feature about slate is that it can be so striking in appearance that it really jumps out at you. It provides all the warmth and elegance of a natural stone.
Slate is usually boxed in mixed sizes and often in mixed colors. Slate is also available in custom sizes for special applications. It is priced about the same as other kinds of tile. Slate is characterized as a hard, dense, and fine-grained surface that requires little or no maintenance. Slate kitchen flooring can produce a natural warm look to any kitchen.
Slate flooring are installed by gluing to the flooring. The glue is a cement-based material that contains grains of silica sand. The installation process includes a sub-floor preparation, joints that is tightly spaced, and finishing up with grouting, cleaning and sealing. Because of the micro-crystalline composition slate tiles are very stain resistant after they are sealed to the flooring. The procedure used in laying of slate kitchen flooring is similar to that of laying a ceramic tile. Slate is a better material for flooring than wood because it will not shrink …
A pattern of abusive and violent behaviours by one or both partners in an intimate relationship like marriage, when one person tries to dominate and control the other person is known as domestic abuse or violence.
In astrology it is possible to predict the likelihood of the person you are currently or are about to become involved with, being abusive and violent in nature.
Behaviours and traits of an abusive and violent husband:
Factors responsible for violent and abusive husband:
Ascendant: Body, mind and habit of the native
6th house: Enemies, litigation, wounds, ill-fame, ill-luck, dishonour, anxiety
7th house: Social status, sex-relations, life partner,
8th house: Litigation, sex-relations, anxiety and cause of death, sex organs
12th house: sub-conscious fears or guilt, resentments or hates, past-life karma, potentially damaging secrets, secret enemies or saboteurs, secret plots, secret motives, suppressed knowledge,
Moon: inferiority complexes, complex interpersonal weaknesses, emotional instabilities, emotional frustration and blockages
Jupiter: significator of husband
Venus: sexual pleasure, material comforts, incestuous, an adulterer, scandalous, loose people, a mean lazy companion,
Mars: brutally violent, aggressive, murder, violence, riots, fires, rules one’s sexuality, sexual energy, accidents and surgeries, assertive and daring by nature.
Saturn: obstruction, dejection, extreme discipline, problematic nature, lack of tact and sensitivity, lack of consideration, excessive self-interest
Rahu: nasty and fluctuating temper, harsh speech, falsehood, sin, mental illness, problems from spouse,
Ketu: uncontrollable nature, devious, malefic, awful
Different combination for an abusive and violent husband:
7th house/sign Libra: