Weddings are a delight. With all the free grub, booze and dancing, not to mention the occasional show of entertaining (if a bit embarrassing) drunken drama courtesy of Uncle Bob or Aunt Daisy or fourth cousin Jimmy, weddings are indeed a handful of fun. This is even more the case when the couple at the center of all the merriment belongs to a specific demographic, or stereotype if you must. This means one thing: an affair oozing with character and idiosyncrasies that will give even the most jaded guests dear memories to recall after the couple’s divorce settlement. But we’re getting way ahead of ourselves here. Without further ado, here are six stereotypical American weddings that are not to be missed.
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One of the most beautiful stones found in nature - Turquoise!
Can you name which TV shows these fridges belong? Shoot your answers via the comments section. Have fun!
Readers can refer to this infographic to quickly look up the qualities of an Offset, Grid, Herringbone diagonal, Diagonal offset, Basket-weave, Ashlur, Corridor, and Solder course grid so they can decide on the kind of pattern tile that goes best with their home.
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The kitchen work triangle consists of three key appliances: the fridge, oven, and sink/dishwasher. Each kitchen and floor plan illustrates and gives advice on the best positions for the work triangle in order to have an efficient and harmonious lay-out.
From local contractors and vendors to a vast image library, through to community discussions, Houzz is a virtual one-stop shop of ideas for design inspiration and resources.
The Brilliance team became inspired to add some bling to more gadgets and naturally targeted the Jawbone Up band.
Now that we’re actually living in the future, I feel we’re kinda letting our old civilization down. More at the source.