Canvas Art Prints – Its Mardan Fri, 17 Sep 2021 12:30:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Canvas Art Prints – Its Mardan 32 32 PITTA relies on multi-color desktop 3D printing with an eight-color module – Fri, 17 Sep 2021 12:01:23 +0000

Fusion Deposition Modeling (FDM) gets a facelift in eight colors. The PITTA 8-color 3D printing module for Ender3 V2 Stock Model and Ender3 Pro 8bit / 32bit Stock Model allows 3D printing with eight different filaments.

While 3D printers offer a plethora of versatility, most hobbyist systems have an extruder, which limits printing to just one color. There are other machines on the market that have two extruders and print in two colors. If you are looking for more color heterogeneity, there are several add-ons available for different printers.

Prusa desktop FDM 3D printers are considered the most innovative printers on the market. Prusa offers the unique Multi Material Upgrade 2S (MMU2S) addon for its Prusa i3 MK2.5S or MK3S / + machines, which allows your 3D printer to print up to 5 colors at the same time by swapping out the filament. Besides standard filaments like PLA, ABS or PETG, MMU 2.0 also supports soluble materials like BVOH or PVA, which gives it ever greater flexibility. The add-on also uses a direct drive mechanism which makes the filament loading process more reliable and less likely to get stuck. The retail price of MMU2S is $ 299.00.

The multicolored Prusa MMU2S add-on. Image courtesy of Prusa.

Of course, if you don’t have a Prusa, you can always manually swap out the filament by hand in the middle of printing. This technique requires you to pause a job at some point and can also be tricky, as you need to clean your nozzle from the old material before resuming your printing. This can be an easy fix for multi-colored panels or plaques, but overwhelming for more complex objects.

The Mosaic company has been in the field of multicolor 3D printing since 2014 with its range of Palette products. The Palette 3 is designed to strategically splice up to four filaments while the Palette 3 Pro can handle eight materials and achieve splicing and cooling speeds up to 10% faster. The Palette 3 Pro can combine flexible and rigid filaments to produce high quality, functional parts. Two of the key aspects Palette 3 improves are user experience and reliability.

The Palette 3 Pro module. Image courtesy of Mosaic.

With their built-in Canvas Hub S technology, you can connect the Palette3 (Pro) to your printer and access easier loading, connected calibration, and a simpler printing workflow. The Canvas interface also allows you to heat your printer, initiate prints, and monitor your print jobs. Palette 3 costs $ 599.00 and Palette 3 Pro is $ 799.00.

Which brings us to the last entry, the PITTA 8-color 3D printing module for the Ender3 V2 stock model and the Ender3 Pro 8-bit / 32-bit stock model. The PITTA uses slide selection technology with two motors for material selection and feeding. It improves the connectivity of the Bowden tube, called TUBE GRIP, which prevents the tube from moving. This simple and efficient Bowden tube configuration boosts extrusion performance, prevents nozzle clogging and decreases tube damage. The PITTA is limited in a way that other addons are not. Only PLA filament is supported for multi-color printing. You can use most materials for single material printing, such as ABS, flexible, etc.

The PITTA module with eight colors of PLA filament. Image courtesy of PITTA on Kickstarter.

PITTA can be installed in three fairly simple steps, making it a very attractive feature. The slicing software, CuPitta, is based on Cura, but it’s unclear at this time what learning curve it will take to work as no details have been released regarding the software. PITTA is now limited to only Ender 3 models, but depending on the amount raised through its Kickstarter campaign, various models, vendors and printing mechanisms (Delta, Core XY, etc.) will be supported. With up to eight filaments to choose from, you can design some truly stunning works of art. If funded, the retail price will be $ 570.00, with various discounts available if supported by the Kickstarter campaign.

A 3D printed vibrating vase created with the PITTA module. Image courtesy of PITTA on Kickstarter.

Whether you are looking for prints in four, five or eight colors, the market for multi-color add-ons is constantly expanding, provided you have the right brand of 3D printer.

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HTC Viveport launches ‘Cat Art’ exhibition with Shu Yamamoto Thu, 16 Sep 2021 23:47:18 +0000

Renowned Japanese artist Shu Yamamoto has partnered with HTC Viveport’s virtual reality (VR) application platform to launch the ‘Step into Cat Art’ virtual exhibition, adding a new dimension to his work by enabling Cat characters in static paintings to “come to life” in VR for the first time. This unique experience will begin on Friday September 17 and will continue until March 31, 2022.

The showcase will feature virtual versions of Yamamoto’s 124 pieces The Hisstine chapel murals for the first time and will also include world famous pieces such as Mewna Lisa and The kitten with the pearl earring. The CAT ART virtual exhibition allows multiple visitors to enter the same place at the same time for a lively and immersive virtual exhibition experience. Additionally, the exhibit supports multi-device viewing on any mobile, PC, or VR device.

The Hisstine VR Chapel

Further breaking the walls between art and reality, an Instagram cat filter will be launched for iOS and Android devices, allowing people to create their own adaptations of CAT ART, featuring the faces of their own pet cats. Viveport’s tech team had helped Yamamoto rethink his classic cat paintings to include dynamic movement, audio detail, and interactive elements, blasting the VR pieces out of the canvas frame.

“Viveport’s mission is to culturally enrich people in virtual reality through art, games and video, and in doing so, to continue to grow and extend the strong VIVE Metaverse around the world. It’s amazing how immersion can completely change the way you experience a moment, whether it’s appreciating artwork, watching a story or playing a game ”, said Joseph Lin, president of Viveport.

CAT ART Instagram Filter

CAT ART Instagram Filter

Along with the launch of the CAT ART virtual exhibit, Viveport will also launch its NFT store on September 17, 2021 to sell NFTs representing CAT ART parts. The Viveport NFT store will support fiat, ETH and Matic payments, providing consumers with more user-friendly and intuitive digital transaction options.

“Our collaboration with CAT ART by Shu Yamamoto is a fantastic example of combining art with VR and NFT in a continued expansion of the Metaverse. We hope to convey the unique perspective of the cat envisioned by Shu Yamamoto through this exhibition and provide visitors with a unique and immersive viewing and shopping experience, ”said Lin.

Step into Cat Art is organized by HTC Viveport, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. and udnFunLife. The partners are Acoustiguide, LAWSON TICKET and Immersive VR Education Ltd.

Tickets are available now for $ 7.99 USD / 6.99 EUR (price may vary depending on region and currency exchange rates).

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Umana Yana Restaurant brings owner’s vision to life as a “place to meet people” Thu, 16 Sep 2021 12:06:21 +0000 Orange, yellow and green permeate these surroundings. These are the virgin cocktails inked with turmeric, mango and basil. These are kaleidoscopic Afro-Caribbean-inspired street food platters, Ethiopian injera platters, and spicy stews. They are the bright interior where tangerine towels burst against teal and emerald chairs and the browns and blues of large canvases by Obaro Ene, a local Nigerian-American painter, teacher, and hula-hooping artist, anchor the walls. This is the second act for Umana restaurant and wine bar in its new location on Central Avenue (the former New Scotland Antiques) just two doors down from where it once stood.

Umana Yana takes its name from a famous thatched-roof communal hangout in owner Dale Davidson’s homeland of Guyana. Here on Central Avenue, where the storefronts are most often filled with posters and offers, its bright floor-to-ceiling windows emerge as a transparent and warm invitation. On a warm night, orange chairs and towels light up the sidewalk as plants hanging from the windows add flashes of greenery. When a sudden downpour sends staff in a rush to collect things, the perforated metal lampshades glow with fractured light and the bulbs hanging from the awning to the trees on the sidewalk emit a fuzzy glow.

The heat is apparent as soon as you enter. The staff in shorts and t-shirts warmly welcome behind the island bar and explain that they are still awaiting the transfer of a wine bar license to the new location. My predecessor raved about a South African muscat-like wine made from bukettraube grapes and a smoky, oaky 2012 Pinotage in 2014, but we are not dismayed by its absence: the tea with homemade sorrel and ginger beer offer a Caribbean touch; The blank potions include a No-jito with crushed fresh basil, lemon and allspice syrup, and a mango-mint refreshment with pepper syrup and pink salt. If you need to relax, you can add a coconut CBD boost for $ 3.

Besides the reopening, I’m here for the Ethiopian injera. With no Ethiopian restaurants for miles around, Umana is the place to be for classic teff-fermented spongy pancakes with which to scoop up Berber-flavored meats and salads layered into a colorful spread. Previously offered weekly, injera platters are now on the menu every night so you can switch between doro wat fragrant simmered chicken, asa wat fish – a spicy stew lighted with jalapeño, ginger, cilantro, cumin and allspice – or yetsom beyaynetu tofu, a spread of vegan sides. I’m trying to recall the names of trips to Philly where Ethiopian restaurants abound: Atkilt, a cabbage and potato dish is here alongside misir wat (lentil stew) and a smoked eggplant dip which is an Ethiopian version of baba ganoush. There’s braised kale with peppers, a jumble of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes to freshen things up and, finally, a fried egg on top.

If injera was the goal as a classic dish to tear up and share together, it’s by no means the only treat. French and Jerk Seasoned Lamb Lollipops are brilliant with a pineapple mint sauce, the temperature is perfect for sweet lollipop bites. The chewy soufflés of yucca and shallots mashed with Indian spices and rolled into cigar-shaped crisps have the spicy profile of samosas amplified by mango chutney and tamarind jam.

As Afro beats fill the air, patrons venture out to the bar as a thunderstorm rages outside. We make a slow roasted goat stew, pulling the meat from cut bones, savoring hints of basil and ginger, tasting bites of African jollof rice with tomato and sliding crispy, marinated tofu onto skewers. topped with red curry sauce.

Our pace slows down and a waiter walks by to offer pineapple bread pudding or flourless chocolate ganache cake, both too rich for a full stomach. We give in and share a coconut cinnamon square served hot with some melting vegan ice cream.

Umana Yana has hardly changed her ideology: Funky and warm, with a fine mix of Afro-Caribbean dishes. While no one shies away from hearty stews and snacks, the popular Sunday brunch is back with vegan scrambles, crispy johnnycakes and sorrel jam, or piña colada challah French toast. For now, Umana is a welcoming space to eat, but when its wine list returns, its new location slightly closer to Lark Street will surely make it a “people’s meeting place,” as Davidson clearly wishes.

Umana Yana

240 Central Ave, Albany, 518-915-1699;

Hours: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, Sunday brunch 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., closed Sunday evening and Monday.

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Massanutten Resort launches its fall range Wed, 15 Sep 2021 01:04:08 +0000

Massanutten ResortMassanutten Resort has announced its range of events and offers for the fall season, with a variety of ways for visitors to get out and enjoy cooler weather and mountain views.

In addition to a wide selection of classic outdoor activities to enjoy the beautiful fall foliage, the resort will host the return of its popular annual events, including ValleyFest and Fall Festival, with delicious food, festive drinks, live music and more.

“Autumn is one of the most beautiful times in Massanutten and I am delighted to welcome resort guests as they venture outside to take in the fresh mountain air and experience the exciting events that we have planned for the season, ”said Matthias Smith, Managing Director of Resort Massanutten. “Whether it’s taking a scenic chairlift ride to admire the beautiful fall foliage, listening to live music at the fall festival while soaking in the seasonal flavors or indulging in a zipline adventure. , there is so much to enjoy in Massanutten this fall. ”


This year will mark the 20th anniversary of ValleyFest, Massanutten’s popular beer and wine festival with live music, delicious local drinks, and food and art vendors. The event will take place on Saturday, September 18 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. with live music from artists such as Michael Christopher, DJ Finks, Bombshell RVA and Fleetwood Maced, as well as drinks from local breweries and wineries such as Blue Ridge Beverage, Stable Craft Brewing and CrossKeys Vineyards.

Visitors can also purchase food from various vendors while browsing the creations of local artists.

New for 2021, all tickets include two installments of 12oz beer plus festival admission and can be pre-purchased online for $ 30 through September 17 or at the door for $ 40. All proceeds from ValleyFest will be donated to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce.

Fall festival

The Massanutten Autumn Festival will offer fun for all ages on Saturday October 9 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm. The Funnel Cake cafe and adults can enjoy a variety of beers and wines. Items will also be on sale from local art vendors such as vintage glass garden artwork, canvas and paper prints, fair trade clothing and essential oils.

During the festival, chairlift rides will take visitors to the best views of fall foliage and activities like pumpkin painting and garden games will be available throughout the day. Tickets can be purchased in advance online for $ 15 until October 8 or at the door for $ 20 and cover entry to the event. All proceeds will go to the McGaheysville and Elkton fire and rescue teams.

Outdoor activities

In addition to the variety of fall events that take place around the resort, Massanutten will offer a range of activities for visitors to get out and explore the great outdoors while taking in the scenery during one of the most beautiful times of the year. . Thrill seekers can get an adrenaline rush at Family Adventure Park with options like the Mega Zip, offering 800 feet of exhilarating plunge, and the new Ridge Rappelling and Climbing Excursion.

There are also many hiking and nature trail options, such as the West Slope of Massanutten, offering over thirty miles of trails that guests can explore on their own or through a guided hike with information on wildlife and l history of the region.

The Massanutten Bike Park will be open from September to October on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with exciting routes for everyone, from beginners to experts. Customers wishing to try the Bike Park can take advantage of the “Afternoon Special” from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. with a Trail-Use ticket at $ 20 and a bike rental at $ 25.

The Bike Park will also host a weekend event on October 2-3 for the International Mountain Bicycling Association’s Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day. Children under the age of 18 will receive a free ticket for the use of the ski lifts / trails with the purchase of an adult ticket for the use of the ski lifts / trails.

Fall courses

The resort will offer a range of fall classes, many of which will take place outdoors. From crafts to cooking, there are classes for all ages to learn a new skill or develop a new hobby. Offerings for this fall season include barbecue classes, painted mosaics, jewelry making, landscape art classes with a focus on fall foliage, and the much anticipated street curling lessons. Additionally, Massanutten will offer a variety of art and music lessons which can be found here.

For fall activities, the resort encourages the purchase of tickets in advance to secure a spot online or through the Resort app.

For more information on the resort’s Fall 2021 lineup, visit, download the Resort app, or call 540-289-9441. Stay up to date with the latest news by following @MassResort on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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Widdlytinks has a wide range of farmhouse style wall art for sale Tue, 07 Sep 2021 23:23:19 +0000 is an online store offering customizable canvas wall art for sale. The company’s wall art is meant to be distinctive and elusive, providing customers with the means to proudly display emotions such as where they are from, what they do and what they represent, and many more. affirmations of this type on a range of different themes, seasons and occasions.

Widdlytinks wall art is a versatile option for making a big impact on a white wall. They make great gifts for events such as housewarmings, weddings, birthdays, and other special family occasions. The site also offers murals for holidays such as Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Spring, Halloween, Easter and many more. Wall art can be personalized with text such as last name, individual names, year established for families as well as state city customizations etc. The store offers designs in various themes such as rustic, vintage, modern, industrial, farmhouse, Christian, etc.

The company is run by a designer who has over 20 years of experience in graphic design. All Widdlytinks designs are made with great attention to detail. They’re meant to be eye-catching and their message is meant to resonate for generations to come. The designer uses images that are widely recognizable and relevant to the theme of each design to create works of art that can stand the test of time. The designs are also meant to give arriving guests at home or office something to focus on and strike up a conversation with the host.

To give an example of the store’s wonderful reception of products, the company highlights the Vintage Industrial Family Lounge sign, one of its most popular items. The sign is rated 5 stars out of 14 customer reviews with rave reviews such as “Exactly as described.” Look amazing in our theater room! To like. Awesome quality ”,“ I highly recommend this magnificent piece of art! Fast shipping too. Thanks Amy! “,” It looks exactly like the picture! Super fast turnaround! “,” Nice piece, fast shipping, thank you “,” Super quality and looks awesome! “,” Love it! Super happy with the product and super fast turnaround time !! “,” Arrived quickly and well packaged. We love this sign it looks great in our basement! Thank you very much “,” It’s beautiful !! Thank you ! “, ” Perfect ! I love this sign in our media room. The communication was there and the delivery was fast! “,” I LOVE this room for our finished basement. She even personalized ours to match our color scheme. It looks perfect! Thank you “,” Very high quality, looks amazing and durable. Extremely fast shipping! ”,“ Fast and amazing !!! ”and“ Absolutely amazing! Look absolutely perfect in our living room. It was great working with Amy!

The dedication to quality extends beyond the designs, as the panels themselves are printed and mounted in such a way that they do not get old. The canvas wall art is mounted on dried pine stretcher bars which ensure the frame will not warp or tilt over time. Prints use heavyweight archival quality poly-cotton blend canvas that provides great durability. The canvas is pH neutral and acid free, which means it will not yellow over time. The wall art pieces have a frame depth of 1.5 inches and they are ready to hang with a sawtooth hanger installed.

Widdlytinks offers customizable canvas murals direct to the public through their website with delivery to all fifty states of the United States of America. Widdlytinks products are designed and manufactured in the USA and are only for sale in the USA, assuring the buyer that they are backing a US business with their money.

Widdlytinks offers free shipping on all orders. The standard free shipping option delivers products within 12-14 business days. Online orders are accepted 24/7. The store offers three additional levels of shipping at nominal cost for rush orders. Anyone interested in learning more about Widdlytinks or placing an order can visit their website.


For more information on Widdlytinks, contact the company here:

Amy anderson
[email protected]

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Lucinda Bennett on Christina Pataialii Wed, 01 Sep 2021 04:38:33 +0000

While Christina Pataialii has always used domestic paint as a medium alongside acrylic, she has never applied it so literally as in “Proximity and Distance”: she painted directly on the two largest walls of the atrium. cavernous in the Tauranga Art Gallery, as well as on sections of painters’ drop cloth that had been stapled to the wall. While many painters would be put off by the size of the space, Pataialii seemed comfortable with the scale. Compositionally, the two main walls functioned as smaller works that had been enlarged, without losing the artist’s usual level of detail, but with layers of texture and painterly effects that could not be achieved. on a full-size canvas – both figurative and structural effects. At this scale, a gray globe placed high immediately becomes a moon, and the brushstrokes extend as far as an arm can carry them, so that the language of painting merges with that of architecture.

The layering of acrylic and Pataialii house paint on painted fabric on painted walls creates a sense of continuity, evoking the dynamic familiarity of urban spaces, where the colors and signage of a building facade can change but l he architecture remains the same. Oily layers build up from the pollution and grime of everyday life, kids tag the wall, city workers apply mismatched pink sealants to their marks, but the wall is still the same you are on. walk every day. And by the time you read this, after the exhibition is over, those walls will have been sanded down and Pataialii’s marks will have been rolled away, but not before his drop canvas paintings are removed, after which they can be stretched. or simply rolled up like rugs. , ready to travel and open to endless re-imaginations in new contexts.

This is the tension in Pataialii’s work. There is always a back and forth between the permanence and the ephemeral, between the sedentary and the adaptive. This opposition is played out in part through his materials – the energetic acrylic arcs jutting out against the relentless flatness of the house painting – but also through a cultural dichotomy, which becomes clearer as the viewer takes a step back and sees abstract forms coagulate in the vernacular. reasons which occupy a preponderant place in his work. Here are the spiky cleats of work boots or rugby shoes – or maybe they’re not boots at all but fence posts circling a pitch. In all cases, they signal some kind of membership, whether it is to a class, a team or a place. It is through these personally significant motifs that Pataialii draws the viewer into the cultural space of painting. Even its use of pastels is reminiscent of the soft, sun-bleached tones of Auckland’s famous well-built public housing, homes in historically low-income areas that now sell for millions. It’s a palette that seems familiar to anyone who’s spent time in these neighborhoods, but it’s also a distinctly 1960s palette that was popular in New Zealand when Pataialii’s father immigrated from Samoa and worked as a house painter. These warm colors evoke nostalgia, but for a time Pataialii was too young to remember, a time when air travel and television narrowed the world. It was also a period of increased global mobility that saw Samoans immigrate in large numbers to New Zealand, when demand for labor was high – until the economic decline that followed the oil crises of the 1970s. , when a government in search of scapegoats turned to violence. dawn raids in search of immigrants from the Pacific who had exceeded their visas. Pataialii’s pink and brown palette recognizes the Janus face of history and the double-edged sword of nostalgia. His is a form of abstraction which owes its debt to social housing and to his immigrant father as much as to modernism.

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Wayfair, Home Depot and more Sat, 28 Aug 2021 01:05:08 +0000

Whether you’re on the hunt for home essentials or craving a design refresh all summer long, you’re in luck. Labor Day weekend is just around the corner, which means one of the best times of the year to do business on furniture, decor, vacuums, mattresses and more is upon us. doors. For the enthusiastic and impatient it is even better: a number of sales have already started.

From boutique decorating brands to mega online retailers like Wayfair and Amazon, you can currently find just about anything and everything in the home business for sale. To help you navigate through the extensive number of auctions held for the occasion, we’ve put together a list of the must-see deals this year. Coming up, the best-selling Labor Day homes for shopping this year.

Our Favorite Home Sales for Labor Day

    Home + Design Bestsellers


    To take up to 70% discount select items from 08/30 to 09/06 during Wayfair Labor Day Sale


    • To take up to 66% discount select rugs
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    • To take up to 53% discount select the Lodge cookware set


        Until 9/4:

        • To take $ 100 off the Dyson V7 Absolute + get free tools valued at up to $ 75 + free shipping
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          Bed, bath and beyond

          Bed, Bath & Beyond’s annual Labor Day Clearance Event is now taking place. Highlights include:

            Interior Define

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            To take Up to 30% reduction to select articles from 08/23 to 09/06. Plus, receive free basic shipping on orders over $ 999


            Save on Thousands of Items + Get Free Shipping During Overstock’s Labor Day Clearance Sale, through 9/13


            to safeguard up to 50% on modern lighting, fans, furniture and more, plus a free vintage string lights with a qualifying purchase with the code “STRING OF CHARACTERS”From 01/09 to 07/09


            To take 15% reduction all Knoll furniture and select MUUTO products, plus free shipping, 08/31 – 09/20 during the annual The Knoll sale


            From 08/30 to 09/07:

            • To take 40% reduction art prints, framed art prints, tapestries, posters, canvas prints, mini framed art prints, mini art prints, metal prints, wood wall art, wall hangings and yoga mats.
            • To take 30% reduction cushions, rectangular cushions, floor cushions, blankets, blackout curtains, sheers, wall clocks, wallpaper, murals, rugs, duvets, pillow shams, duvet covers, bath mats, shower curtains, and hand and bath towels. bath.
            • To take reduction of 20 everything else.


              From 28/08 to 12/9 take up to $ 700 off with the code “LDW21“:

              • To take 10% reduction orders up to $ 1,899
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                Coop home items

                To take 15% reduction on the whole site from 9/2 to 9/9

                Boutique carpet

                To take 60% reduction on the whole site with the code “WORK60»From 22/08 to 06/09

                The citizenship

                • SMS subscribers (and those who subscribe to SMS) can take 10% reduction orders over the Labor Day weekend. The promotional code will be sent by SMS on 9/2 and available until 9/6


                  Receive a free LettuceGrow farm stand (value: $ 599) and a seedling of 24 plants with all outdoor purchases totaling over $ 3,500 from 08/31 to 09/06

                  Kohler Co.

                  To take 25% reduction on the whole site from 9/3 to 9/7

                  Rifle Paper Co.

                  To take 25% reduction on the whole site (excluding wallpaper and swimsuits) from 01/09 to 07/09


                  To take up to 40% discount select styles now


                  From 9/3 to 9/6 save up to 30% discount on products for the home, table, kitchen, living room and bedroom

                  • To take reduction of 20 purchases totaling up to $ 500
                  • To take 25% reduction purchases totaling up to $ 2,000
                  • To take 30% reduction purchases over $ 2,000

                    Albany Park

                    To take 12% reduction a selection of sofas and sectionals with the code “LABOURDAY12 ″ from 08/27 to 09/07

                      Edloe Pinson

                      To take 12% reduction a selection of living room, dining room and bedroom furniture with the code “LABORDAY12”From 27/08 to 07/09


                      to safeguard Up to 40% plus free shipping and additional 5% savings with the code “WELCOME5”From 1/9 to 8/9

                      Field + Supply

                      To take up to 25% discount select brands from 9/3 to 9/6


                      To take 15% reduction orders of $ 2,500 or more with the code “LABOR21 ″ from 08/31 to 09/07


                      To take 10% reduction furniture and reduction of 20 decoration kits from 01/09 to 07/09


                      To take up to $ 375 off on the whole site from 27/09 to 7/7

                      Best Selling Bedding


                      To take $ 275 off $ 1,000 Saatva mattress purchases from Saatva through our exclusive link from 08/24 to 09/13

                      Sleep cloud

                      To take up to 30% discount from 08/30 to 09/07. Plus, get a free gift on orders over $ 300


                      To take $ 50 off all orders of $ 300 and more with promotional code “EARTHWORKS”From 01/09 to 07/09

                      Cocoon by Sealy

                      To take 35% reduction mattress + get free pillows and sheets with purchase from 08/26 to 09/13


                      to safeguard up to $ 700 on the trays


                      • To take 15% reduction all Wave, Nova and Original + mattresses, pillows and sheets + get 10% off everything else with the code “SLEEP21”(Excludes the element) from 08/16 to 08/13
                      • To take 25% reduction Upgrade packs with the code “SLEEP21-BUNDLE ” from 08/16 to 09/13

                        Brooklyn Bedding

                        To take 25% reduction on the whole site from 27/08 to 06/09


                        • To take 30% reduction mattress + get $ 239 in free accessories (pillows and mattress protectors) with promo “AS30 ″
                        • To take 30% reduction adjustable bed sets (adj bed + mattress), no promo code needed
                        • To take 25% reduction Pillows, sheets and protections with promo “LD25 ″
                        • To take 15% reduction Quilts and seat cushions with promo “LD15 ″


                          • To take $ 150 off any mattress with the code WIN150 + $ 540 of free accessories (pillow, sheets and protector)
                          • Buy one, get one 50% off pillows with the code “BOGO50


                            • To take $ 300 off any mattress + get a free pillow with the code “VAYA300


                              • To take 30% reduction on the whole site from 9/3 to 9/6

                                Cube pillow

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                                Tuft and Needle

                                To take up to 15% discount mattress from 8/10 to 9/6

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                                From 08/18 to 09/13:

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                                  To take 10% reduction on the whole site from 09/02/2013 to 09/09/2013

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                                  ]]> 0 10 best wall decor ideas for a living room on a budget Tue, 24 Aug 2021 10:43:59 +0000

                                  Our living room reflects our personalities and says a lot about the person who lives there. While most of us dream of having the perfect Pinterest-worthy salon, the thought of putting all the effort and money into it can be overwhelming.

                                  To give you peace of mind, here we’ve put together a list of ten budget wall decor ideas that will instantly transform your living room from drab to fabulous, that too without being too heavy on the pocket or work.

                                  1. NuWallpaper Ironwork Gray Peel & Stick Wallpaper

                                  Wallpaper can instantly transform your living space into a more cozy and majestic setting. Choose this eloquent gray wallpaper that transforms into a regal print on the walls. Printed on premium material which is completely removable and will not damage walls, so it is ideal for use even in rented spaces.