If you are a Toronto-area restaurant owner, you probably have to contend with many creatures including wasps, rats, spiders, millipedes, but the last thing you want is trouble with ants. The majority of ants found in Canada are not combative but according to Health Canada, some are still capable of stinging and no matter what, ants are a danger to the quality standards of your restaurant. Even though ants don’t pose a physical threat necessarily, they are more than happy to eat and contaminate your entire inventory of food (pestcontrolcanada.com). Ant problems can quickly become overwhelming, which can lead to the wrath and ire ofRead More →

The biggest purchase most people ever make is buying a house. If you find a dream home for you and your family, it’s tempting to accept that you’re going to be spending a large sum and get on with it – even though you make significant savings by opening a dialogue with the seller. It’s always worth looking into ways you can bring the price of a house down with offers and counter offers; if you’re willing to be open and negotiate with the agency selling a house, chances are they’ll be willing to be a bit flexible on its price. Below are a fewRead More →

The futuristic project called Dancing Water Pavilion, designed by studio SUS & HI office took one of the main prizes in the contest Seoul Design Olympiad, an innovative project whose geometry seamlessly interacts with a panoramic view of Seoul and the local beauty of the Han River. The basis of this track, located on the surface of the water of the river, lies the concept of “petrified” of nature. Organic forms of structure, according to experts, perfectly combined with a picture panorama of the city and constant light ripples of the water surface, as if dancing with the wind. A dynamic new growth as aRead More →

The fireplace gives the room an edgy look and could probably be used in real life, but the chairs and the bed do not look so comfortable, but still it is interesting to see how you can take something old and rusty and turn it into something cool and useful.  Looking at this furniture on the pictures makes you think “unique but not so comfortable”, and that is right. They are old and rusty naval mines that are found on a previous Soviet fortress on Naissaar Island in Estonia. It was sculptor Mati Karmin’s idea to take those World War II mines and use themRead More →

Fallingwater is a house designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. The home was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in the Laurel Highlands of the Allegheny Mountains. Billed as the greatest American architect of all time, Frank Lloyd Wright is revered by many. Now, for all Frank Lloyd Wright fans, there is good news. His fascinating home, Fallingwater, which was designed in 1936 and measures approximately 5,300 square feet, has been open to the public for full tour visits sinceRead More →

The very name ‘V8 Hotel’ is enough to give any auto freak goose bumps and to make him instantly think of being couched in one of his favorite car. This hotel in Meilenwerk Stuttgart interior has some crazy car-themed rooms just for the auto enthusiasts. The luxurious 4-star hotel incorporates 34 rooms each of which is decorated with different theme related to cars and travel. Out of 34 rooms on the offer, there are four single rooms, 19 double rooms, tower suit and 10 theme-based rooms designed especially for auto nerds. Apart from the trendy details and high quality material used to decorate the rooms,Read More →