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Avoid the Headache of Trying to Import Zebra Hide on Your Own!

Two of the most common questions I am asked about zebra hides is if they come from Africa and how do I know if it is authentic. Here are some answers to help you make an informed decision about where your next zebra hide comes from. There are a lot of people who think that just because they buy the animal hides from an online seller, they should not be worried about the quality of their purchase. This is often because they want to find ways to reduce their costs and this means buying from cheaper suppliers. However, there are some serious flaws in this logic. Firstly, you might end up getting a substandard product which will make you lose...

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A Zebra Hide for Every Room: Tips From Top Interior Designers

When it comes to adding a touch of elegance to any room, nothing does the trick quite like a zebra hide. Whether you're looking to add a focal point to your living room or inject some animal flair into your bedroom, these tips from top interior designers will help you choose the perfect zebra hide for your space. We ensure you get top suggestions for all your rooms! Source Zebra Hides in Living Rooms When using zebra hides in your living room, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you want to make sure that the hide is big enough to make an impact. It should be the focal point of the room, not something that gets...

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How to Create a Zebra Interior That's Perfect for Your Home

When it comes to interior design, most people think of boring beige walls and matching furniture. But what if you want to add a touch of animal print without going overboard? Zebra print is the perfect way to do just that. Your home is your peace, so the why not make the move to bring in more life and nature inside.    In this post, we'll give you three tips for creating a zebra interior that's perfect for your home. So whether you're looking for a bold new look or just want to add a touch of personality, read on for some inspiration. "The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with...

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Design Marvel: The Invisible House

A house with a design that highlights disguise harbors a ton of whys and an equal amount of interest. Aside from its original purpose, a house is meant to be seen, appreciated, and ogled on. The Invisible House is somewhat an antithesis of those. The curious thing about it, however, is that for something that's built to be concealed, it certainly is drawing a lot of good attention.   The Austrian architectural firm, Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, is the one responsible for this highly fascinating prefabricated house. The aim is to provide an alternative to the increasing housing dilemma. Flexibility and spatial quality are the pivotal factors in its design. Reducing environmental footprints and substantial savings in construction are two of...

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Home Tour: An 1870 Church Converted Into A Contemporary Residential Space

You know how big upcycling is nowadays, right? The most common are clothes, but then there’s furniture too, and even orange peels as candles! What about the ultimate in upcycling? We are talking about converting an 1870 church in The Netherlands into a modern residence; a dated building conversion done right.A couple of months ago, we featured the spectacular home of Spanish architect Roberto Bofill. He turned a massive cement factory into his home. This one we are going to talk about is more than that, or shall we say, holier than thou. The Utrecht Catholic Parish commissioned architect Gerard Gerritsen to build a church in 1870. He was able to do it in seven months with a total cost of 25,481...

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