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Home Living : March 17th 2009
HLW - HOME LIVING: WEST, Tuesday, March 17, 2009 1 Brighten the bedroom Aura Lifestyle Ena bed linen, with a 370-thread count, will colour your world. The queen quilt cover costs $159, standard pillowcases, $49.95, and the european pillowcase, $39.95. Details: Available at Myer or visit www.aurahome.com.au Kitchen colour Bring colour to the kitchen with Ilve's Ascaso Dream coffee machine range. The machines combine professional technical precision with world-class craftsmanship. Priced from $1099. Details: Call 8569 4600 or visit www.ilve. com.au Revive tired furniture Furniture that looks a little tired but is otherwise in excellent condition is often consigned to the scrap heap. However you can revamp old furniture with a light sand and a coat of White Knight Paints. Available at hardware stores. Details: visit www.whiteknightpaints.com.au or call 131 686. Warming up The warm glow of red, the feel-good hue of caramelised orange, the reassurance of green, and the confidence of yellow-infused tones-- these are the shades we will see in homes this winter, according to Bristol paints. Details: Visit www.bristol.com.au or call 1300 274 786. Bright solutions A palette of tiles Fresh from the latest design fair in Italy, Amber Tiles brings make-up-inspired trends to Australian shores. This year's interior decoration styles are all about recreating the cosmetic palette. Details: Amber Tiles, call 1300 362 241 or visit www.ambertiles.com.au HOMELIVING ................................................... Powering on A small Australian-owned cleaning and laundry products manufacturer has become one of the first to have its products certified by the eco- labelling program Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA). GECA evaluates the environmental performance of a product across its entire lifecycle and is awarded to products that meet its rigorous standards. Orange Power managing director Andrew Chaney says achieving GECA approval was a very lengthy and detailed process but was necessary. ''The GECA accreditation takes into account the whole process, from our corporate social responsibility through to how our bottles and their contents are made, how they are transported and what happens to them when they are recycled,'' he says. Marketing executive director Nick Capobianco says the eco-labelling program was developed to meet the need for a credible certification for consumers to easily identify environmentally- preferable products. 6 Melissa Place Kings Park Ph: 9672 1133 Sunfilled indoor garden in your home Ideal for new and existing homes Fits into your existing window frames. No fuss, no mess. Supply and install service DIY kits available FREE MEASURE AND QUOTE 2245360i hlw wk3
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