Freshome’s list of 36 Cozy Window Seats and Bay Windows With a View will guide your searches for the perfect nook where you can relax, read, drink a cup of tea or watch the kids play in the garden. Building a nook by the window has always posed a challenge for many people: how to make the most of the space under the window so it feels comfortable and adds charm to the whole room? By using miniature sofas, pillows, cushions, even small mattresses, a wonderful window seat can be created. Window seats can become your favorite spot in the home, provided that the ledge is wide enough to accommodate a seat or you can choose to add miniature sofas to create the dreamy seat you have been thinking about.
Divine sun filled windows with views are the perfect places to host a selection of cushions, a tray for your beverage, a soft throw and maybe a place to keep your books. By filling the recess of a window, you can extend the comfortable seating places in your home. Different decorative styles and shapes can enhance the comfort level and look of a window. The bay windows extending outwards from the house’s facade will add a charming character to both the interior and exterior of the building if the window seat is designed to complete the overall architecture and interior design style. Take a look at the 36 Cozy Window Seats and Bay Windows With a View and let us know which style suits you best and which window seat you could accommodate in your living, dining, bedroom or children’s room.
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Move on over, Delta. The 200 iPads at your JFK terminal may entertain some folks waiting to board, but before the years out, American Airlines will start switching out 6,000 in-flight entertainment systems with Samsung 10.1-inch Galaxy Tabs. Sammy will be customizing the Honeycomb slates with flight related “features” including AA’s streaming service mentioned last month, and possibly even adding “expanded memory” for the devices — no word on how, though. Panasonic’s console has some competition it seems. It’s notable that these will only be available in “premium cabins” on a handful of long-distance routes, and unless you’re flying in a 767-200, WiFi access — a separate purchase, by the way — may not be available. We’ve embedded some PR with the details for all you jet-setting tablet enthusiasts after the break.
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Last Friday all available tickets for The Brand New Conference sold out. It took less than two weeks, and we feel that it might be an indication of positive demand. In other words, too, we are thrilled. We are considering the option of moving to a bigger auditorium in the same venue that holds 479 people as opposed to the current 266. Before we make the commitment we want to get a sense of how many people were seriously considering attending but missed the opportunity. In the poll included in this post please, conscientiously, let us know if you are at least 99% sure — it could be 98%! — you would attend if more tickets became available.
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