Gerberas are becoming increasingly popular among expert florists, flower lovers and those looking for the right flower to give as a gift. According to florist and writer for The Star Sonia Day, they are the perfect Mother’s Day flower gift.
Gerberas look similar to daisies that have been dipped in paint and come in a spectacular range of colours. Day said that Gerberas do wonders for the look of a dinner table, especially in the colder months.
Despite the better quality of LED lights, people are still choosing to purchase incandescent lights for their homes.
According to David Elien, vice president of corporate marketing and business development at the lighting manufacturer Cree, LED lights make up only 5% of retail light sales.
According to PR Web, the next generation of skin resurfacing lasers offer better safety features and a lessened recovery period.
Medical Director of Epione Medical Corporation in Beverly Hills Dr. Simon Ourian said that laser resurfacing is an innovative new technique that helps clear the skin of scarring such as acne, pigmentation, wrinkles and sun damage.
If you are looking to modernise an interior space, consider updating window coverings with stylish, slimline blinds.
This alternative option will instantly change the look of a room and offer easy change to traditional heavy curtains.
Due to websites now selling blueprints for kit homes that can be given to a contractor for construction, more people are buying home-plans over the Internet, with blueprints for high-end houses proving to be particularly popular.
According to the Hanley Wood Business Media content director of consumer print and e-media, Hillary Gottemoeller, during the recession the majority of ePlans.com’s top selling homes were luxury models.
Japan loves its business cards. They are a key element of any business and represent the quality and face of an enterprise.
For game developer Nihon Falcom, he wanted to design a business card different from the rest. It may not be the prettiest of all business cards but Kotaku reports that the card is “indestructible”.
A startling warning has been issued by the Electrical Safety Council that approximately 6.2 million British people could be living in illegally wired homes that are putting their lives at risk.
Montrose Review revealed that many of the homes have been wired by ‘DIYers’ who fail to realize they could be fined for their efforts.
Actress Hilary Duff recently sent celebrity blogger Perez Hilton a baby gift hamper filled with her favourite products following the birth of his son.
Sky News was the first to report that Hilton’s first child was recently born to a surrogate.
SSE workers have been the beneficiaries of community gratitude after restoring power to a small island community.
Around 150 engineers received gift hampers filled with local Arran Island products as a thank you gesture.
Australia’s Sunshine Coast is proving to be the ideal location for doing business.
The Business Events Sunshine Coast (BESC) proved this to be the case at the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) that was held in Melbourne this week, with a stand of innovation.