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  • Loch living: a beautiful home on the banks of the Tay | Interiors

    Loch living: a beautiful home on the banks of the Tay | Interiors

    [ad_1] In 2013, Jill Macnair and her husband, Neil, bought a field on the edge of Loch Tay in Perthshire. The loch is a long, narrow stretch of dark water flanked by the Ben Lawers mountain range. The area had made a lasting impression on the couple almost 10 years previously when Macnair’s father had…

  • IPS Foundation Day – The Hindu

    IPS Foundation Day – The Hindu

    [ad_1] The 3 rd Foundation Day celebrations of the Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) was held here on Saturday. Justice N Kumar, former Judge, Karnataka High Court and Member, Karnataka State Mental Health Authority, Bengaluru was the chief guest at the inaugural event. N.N. Raju, President, IPS, presided. The celebrations were jointly organised by the IPS and…

  • ‘I own multiple vacuum cleaners – he litters indoors’: what happened when four writers swapped chores with their partners? | Life and style

    ‘I own multiple vacuum cleaners – he litters indoors’: what happened when four writers swapped chores with their partners? | Life and style

    [ad_1] Tim Dowling, swaps with his wife, Sophie I expected my wife to have a lot to say about the swap. I did not expect her to refuse outright. “No,” she says. “You’ll ruin the house.” “It’s only for a fortnight,” I say. “Anyway, you don’t have any chores.” This, to be fair, is what…

  • Raspberry Blush Decor Ideas and Inspiration – Color of 2023

    Raspberry Blush Decor Ideas and Inspiration – Color of 2023

    [ad_1] What is 2023 going to look like, you ask? According to the color experts at Benjamin Moore, this year’s mood is bright and optimistic. The color of the year, Raspberry Blush, is a “vivacious shade of coral tinged with pink,” and it’s definitely not for the timid. Nope, this hue is unapologetically bold and…

  • Somashekar inspects venue of BJP’s SC Morcha meet

    Somashekar inspects venue of BJP’s SC Morcha meet

    [ad_1] Minister for Cooperation S.T. Somashekar, who is also the Minister in charge of Mysuru district, visited Lalitha Mahal Palace hotel in the city on Friday ahead of the two-day national executive meet of BJP’s Scheduled Caste Morcha scheduled to begin from January 7. Mr Somashekar said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will inaugurate the meet…

  • 11 resolutions for homeowners – The Hindu

    11 resolutions for homeowners – The Hindu

    [ad_1] A new year is all about a series of resolutions for most of us. But we usually do not think about home improvement resolutions, which can change our home — and life — for the better. Here’s a list of resolutions for 2023 that all homeowners (and landlords) should make, and keep! Create a…

  • A new life with composites

    A new life with composites

    [ad_1] Post-pandemic, there has been more demand for pergolas in independent homes to accommodate intimate family gatherings | Photo Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto With an eye on convenient assembly, long-lasting and low-maintenance products, composite high-technology processed materials offer a variety of finishes and clear advantages of weatherproof and termite-resistant solutions. Many of these products in vogue…

  • ‘A stepping stone back into society’: the gardening club helping recovering addicts | Charities

    ‘A stepping stone back into society’: the gardening club helping recovering addicts | Charities

    [ad_1] The smell of fried egg sandwiches drifting across an allotment in a Leeds park on a sub-zero lunchtime in December was more than welcome to the group gathered there, breathing into gloved hands and stamping numb feet as they made jokes and reminisced. They had spent every Tuesday afternoon of the year working on…

  • Architect Faisal Manzur has designed wooden doors at The Entrance Café and Pandan Club

    Architect Faisal Manzur has designed wooden doors at The Entrance Café and Pandan Club

    [ad_1] The door at The Entrance Café  | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement At Entrance Café in Chennai, the first thing you see is a massive ten-foot wooden door with carved Gothic-style panels. Tucked away in the by-lanes of Kilpauk, the restaurant’s Insta-worthy interiors is courtesy city-based architect Faisal Manzur, who sourced the solid Burma teak…

  • A farmhouse on the rocks

    A farmhouse on the rocks

    [ad_1] When Architect James Joseph of Indesign stumbled upon a rocky site amidst thick vegetation, marked by huge rocks and boulders, making the terrain unfit for cultivation, he realised he had the perfect site to build his farmhouse, merging the structure totally into its surroundings. Thus emerged his award winning project Elakadu Vasathi in Kottayam,…

  • Walkathon for sustainable planet – The Hindu

    Walkathon for sustainable planet – The Hindu

    [ad_1] Students of VVCE during the walkathon in Mysuru on Thursday. | Photo Credit: M.A. Sriram A Walkathon for Sustainable Planet Ideation and Model Development was organised at the Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering campus here on Thursday. The event was part of the 10th International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education for Sustainable Development (ICTIEE), 2023 which VVCE is…

  • Tiny house-style office helps health worker hit the road

    Tiny house-style office helps health worker hit the road

    [ad_1] Though tiny houses are obviously most often created for people to actually live in, the small living movement has left its mark on everything from pubs to bookstores – and even wedding chapels. Another imaginative use comes from France’s Baluchon, which recently completed a portable office for a health worker. The project is named…