Posted on September 24, 2020 by iwano@_84
Is shiplap a color?
Not exactly. But Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines did transform the home renovation space with her unique design style that’s been described as “modern farmhouse chic.” Even years after her HGTV series ended, DIY enthusiasts are still obsessed with copying her look in their own homes.
And Gaines is happy to share advice with eager followers. She currently contributes to her quarterly magazine, Magnolia Journal, plus released an entire book focused on creating a beautiful home retreat you’ll never want to leave. Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave is a bestseller.
Recently, the mother of five revealed what colors she thinks work best for a kitchen via her company, Magnolia Home.
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Posted on September 23, 2020 by iwano@_84
Surfaces like tables, chairs, counters, and, of course, kitchens are likely getting cleaned and disinfected regularly, but there are some other items that can fall by the wayside, like vending machines and self-checkouts. Overall, though, food courts can be problematic. After all, that’s where travelers are most likely to remove their masks to eat or drink whichever items they have purchased, opening the area up to a greater risk of COVID-19 transmission. “One of the biggest problems is that janitorial staff forget things, skip around on checklists, and there isn’t a good visual way to know if something was sanitized,” says Gina Jurlando, who works with Tulu, a new platform to support cleaning and sanitization efforts for businesses. “Even if you see someone cleaning [something like] the lounge seats, you’re not usually looking at the exact product and duration of time it was applied.”
Tulu is hoping to