Kevin Gray Design Announces 2021 Interior Design Trends

MIAMI, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “Livability is the key to creating a luxury home that works for you and your family. 2020 showed us that people need to live differently, and that will continue into 2021 and beyond,” said design expert Kevin Gray. “Livability is more than having a beautiful space, true livability means your home must be functional, as well as beautiful. Many people made temporary changes to their homes in 2020, but now are planning major changes in 2021 to improve their home’s livability and functionality.”

Here is what Kevin Gray sees as emerging interior design and remodeling trends in 2021:

1. Home Office
A dedicated home office is not just a luxury, for many Americans who work from home it is a necessity. Whether you are self-employed or your workplace office is closed indefinitely or if you split your work-life between the office and

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Dunkin’ Completes Remodeling At Rockville Shop

VERNON, CT — The Rockville Dunkin’ shop has reopened as a new and improved and remodeled “NextGen” Dunkin’ restaurant.

The Dunkin’ is located at 38 Windsor Ave., the local address for that area of Route 83.

The restaurant features a “modern look” that “provides a fresh, friendly, vibrant and engaging environment for guests,” Dunkin’ officials said.

The new look includes a “warmer interior color palette” and “atmospheric lighting.”

The restaurant has a drive-up lane, a “nitro tap system,” a flat-screen television, free Wi-Fi, “softer seating” and a community board.

The restaurant’s drive-thru is open from 4 a.m. – 10 p.m., daily, and the lobby is open from 4 a.m. – 9 p.m., daily.

The restaurant employs approximately 30 crew members and measures 2,400 square feet.

“We are excited to unveil the new remodeled restaurant to our loyal guests in Vernon,” said Tracy Neves, the franchise owner. “The new enhancements will

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Add TV and Furniture Safety to Your Shopping List

Holiday Shopping Discounts Are Everywhere: Add TV and Furniture Safety to Your Shopping List

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1973 and charged with protecting the American public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from more than 15,000 types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury, call the CPSC hotline at 1-800-638-2772, or visit https://www.saferproducts.gov. Further recall information is available at https://www.cpsc.gov. (PRNewsfoto/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Co)
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1973 and charged with protecting the American public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from more than 15,000 types of consumer products under the agency’s jurisdiction. To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury, call the CPSC hotline at 1-800-638-2772, or visit https://www.saferproducts.gov. Further recall information is available at https://www.cpsc.gov. (PRNewsfoto/U.S. Consumer Product Safety Co)

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Whether you’re shopping online or in stores for big-ticket items like TVs and furniture, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) advises consumers that every day is a good day this holiday season to shop with safety in mind.  Experts say companies are betting on consumers to purchase items

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Students give tour of uni house branded ‘a literal nightmare’



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A bizarre University house has been branded ‘a literal nightmare that keeps getting worse’ after the group of student tenants shared a video showing it’s very bizarre features.   

The video, which was shared on TikTok by Yelena Zylko, a student at the University of Sussex in Brighton,  left viewers baffled by its endless list of impractical design features including an unusable storage cupboard and a window that doesn’t open as it’s over the stairs.

But by far prompting the biggest stir was a tiny bathroom that was not even big enough for those sitting on the toilet to shut the door.



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It also highlighted a sets of lights that have never worked (pictured)


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Everything you need at home in case you or a family member gets COVID-19

Make sure you have these things on hand, just in case. (Photo: Getty Images / Ridofranz)

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Despite taking the necessary precautions—social distancing, washing hands, wearing a mask in public—there’s still a risk that you or a family member could contract COVID-19. With coronavirus cases on the rise across the country and holiday travel coming up, it’s more important than ever to be prepared if someone you live with gets sick. 

While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that most people who contract COVID-19 will only have a mild case and can probably recover at home, there are necessary precautions to take to prevent the spread of the virus in your household. This includes having a designated sick room and bathroom as well as a designated person to care

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Michelle Pfeiffer shares makeup-free selfie inside bathroom of $22million mansion



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Michelle Pfeiffer managed to look effortlessly chic and make-up free for a bathroom selfie she shared with fans. 

The actress, 62, posted a casual photo of herself on her Instagram Stories stood in the bathroom of her $22million mansion – and the combination of the sleek decor and her Bassike outfit made for an envy-inducing snapshot. 

Michelle had pulled her hair into a messy top knot and wore a striped linen shirt and matching trousers from the Australian clothing brand.

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“Thank you @bassike! Love all the new pieces,” she captioned the photo. 

Michelle was stood in front of a beautiful marbled bath in the picture which was void of any bathroom clutter.

The Batman Returns actress, 62, and her

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Walmart, Home Depot beat expectations

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Walmart and Home Depot posted better-than-expected earnings on Tuesday as both U.S. companies benefit from increased sales amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

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Home Depot boosts staff pay by $1 billion after uninterrupted sales surge

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(Reuters) – Home Depot Inc said on Tuesday it will spend about $1 billion more on employees’ wages annually as the home improvement chain benefits from a sustained surge in demand for tools and building materials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Home Depot’s blue-chip stock, up 28% this year, fell 2.5% in early trading, despite the company beating quarterly sales and profit estimates.

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Demand for home improvement products have remained elevated since coronavirus lockdowns started in March, as Americans spending more time at home due to limited options for travel or leisure activities use their discretionary income on minor home remodeling and repair work.

The heavy activity has, however, also led Home Depot to spend $1.7 billion in temporary pay and benefits

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How To Get A Meltan Mystery Box By Transferring To ‘Pokemon HOME’ In ‘Pokemon GO’

When they first arrived, Meltan mystery boxes were the sole property of Nintendo Switch owners and their friends, and even after that you needed to put some decent playtime into Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee or Pikachu in order to actually access one. I even know people that bought Switches to get them! Mostly the sort of retired, committed Pokemon GO player that clearly is comfortable burning some money, but still. Now, however, Pokemon HOME functionality has come to Pokemon GO, and that means that these things are available to the masses. Let’s go

To start: a Meltan mystery box is a special item that you can use to spawn a whole bunch of Meltan around you: those are the weird little hex-nuts-on-silvery-slime creatures that marked the only Pokemon introduced for the first time in Pokemon GO. You get them from transferring

So first you need a

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A to Z Remodeling Contractors in Fort Lauderdale Discuss Several Uses of Contractors for Residential and Commercial Buildings

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — After hearing so many horror stories in South Florida, it becomes so obvious that one should only hire Licensed and Insured contractors. A to Z Remodeling is licensed and insured and have been contractors for 42 years. AZ Remodeling takes tremendous pride in its remodeling work of homes and offices.

When considering remodeling a home or office, why do people hire contractors? And what are some services contractors perform?

Many people are “handy”, capable of repairs in the household, but just like anything else, they trust experts to do bigger projects if they want it done right, especially for renovation or remodeling for kitchens or bathrooms. If they want something to be long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing, they consider licensed and insured contractors. 

For remodeling homes or offices, call A to Z Remodeling at 954-627-2060. www.123atozremodeling.com.

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