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Lovelynovadesign Brings the Beach Home with Wall Mount Faucet, KS3241AX

With a mix of coastal design and rustic beauty, Nova Scotian interior designer, @lovelynovadesign, transform their bathroom thanks to the help of Kingston Brass’s wall mount faucet from their Vintage collection. Combining style with functionality, the wall mount faucets’ polished chrome finish complements the bathroom’s coastal style while also ensuring durability in look. The cross handles not only promises easy use and maintenance, but it also highlights the bathroom’s aesthetic and matches well with the large dual mirrors that hang above it. The ropes and dark rust light fixtures act as wonderful accents to the bathroom, a pair that brings a personal touch to the coastal, rustic look. Not to mention, the large double vanity adds a sense of warmth...

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Our Stay In Newquay, Cornwall At Hendra Holiday Park

A little while ago we were invited to Newquay, Cornwall to stay at Hendra Holiday Park for four nights and we absolutely jumped at the chance having heard and read amazing things about Hendra Holidays via Tripadvisor and other blogs where the reviews and photos of the park had also been amazing.  Cornwall from where we are in Buckinghamshire is about 4 and half hours and the journey there last week was smooth as the boys are at a great age now where they will happily entertain themselves in the back until we get to where we are going.  On arrival at Hendra the first thing I noticed was how lovely the park looked, there were beautiful colourful flowers everywhere...

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Not Quite as Advertised: A Review of the Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown

Downtown Los Angeles has come a long way. The formerly rundown area has seen an influx of new developments in recent years, and each major hotel brand is now racing to grow its presence there.  The InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown stole the show in 2017, when it opened in the tallest tower west of the Mississippi. However, that wasn’t the only hotel IHG opened in the area that year — it also opened the Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown. Hotel Indigos generally aren’t as upscale as InterContinentals, so I was curious how well it would stack up. In This Post Booking Prices for an entry-level king room at the Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown hovered around $200 or 55,000 IHG points for my single-night...

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