The Most Beautiful Restaurants of 2018 Plants. Pink. Wallpaper. These were some of the defining restaurant design features of 2018. A Compilation of Vintage Textures for Designers Resources June 10, 2010 Textures are one of the most used resources in making great designs. They can accentuate your images to better portray the feel of the design you’re aiming for. Vintage textures, for instance, can add a classic or nostalgic touch to your work. Here at You the Designer, you need not blast to the past to get this brilliant effect. Sexual Innuendos On The News: The Supercut Live news is prone to bloopers, it's part of the job description, but one thing that happens a lot more than you may realize is the accidental sexual innuendo. Reading off a teleprompter and improvising as you go can be difficult, and these anchors all made the mistake of accidentally taking their stories someplace a little sexier than they'd planned. World Wide Interweb put together this awesome compilation of the best examples, and viewer be warned: it's like one big "that's what she said" joke. Via Blame It on the Voices
Living With Occasionally Aggressive Dogs In the years when I had two Shiba Inus, few things unnerved me more than the sight of a playful Golden Retriever — sans leash — bounding toward us, tail shimmying side to side, tongue dangling. Inevitably, the owner would wave and holler, “It’s OK, my dog is friendly.” There was never time for me to shout, “But my dogs aren’t!” before we’d be caught up in a maelstrom of fangs and claws and fur.
Moncayo Club House in Mexico City is elevated atop stone plinths Architecture practice Iconico Studio has designed this community centre near Mexico City to bridge an earthy wall and a stone plinth. The Mexico City studio completed Moncayo Club House at the entrance to a "sleepy" residential neighbourhood on the outskirts of the Mexican capital. A key feature of the community centre is the elevated slender structure, which extends over a roadway to offer better views of the surroundings, and signals the entrance to the complex from afar. "The building is strategically located at the entry point to the neighbourhood, serving as a recognisable landmark for inhabitants and visitors alike," said the firm in a project description.
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself - StumbleUpon When you stop chasing the wrong things you give the right things a chance to catch you. As Maria Robinson once said, “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” Nothing could be closer to the truth. Hilarious anonymous notes left on neighbours' doors By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 07:53 GMT, 14 February 2012 It is the unfortunate reality of tightly-packed apartment blocks and high rises: the annoying neighbour. But now disgruntled residents are fighting back - in the most passive-aggressive way imaginable.
Studio Esteta designs Via Porta cafe to look like an Italian street Plaster surfaces and paved stone floors feature inside this deli-cum-cafe in Melbourne, which Studio Esteta's co-director has designed to reflect her Italian roots. Via Porta, which incorporates a deli, cafe and dining room, is the brainchild of Studio Esteta's co-director, Sarah Cosentino, and her three brothers. Together they wanted to create a family-run venue that was reminiscent of their childhood years spent cooking with their Italian grandmother. Infant dies after being raped; mother encouraged the attack and watched - Detroit Crime A mother is under arrest after allegedly allowing her boyfriend to rape her infant child, causing the child to die. Jessica Lynn Howell, 25, of St. Charles County, Missouri, was arrested in connection with the death of her four-month-old daughter, Ashlynn Lilith Peters. Ashlynn died December 3, 2012. Originally Howell was not charged as she claimed innocence in the attack, but prosecutors say text messages between Howell and her boyfriend Jordan Lafayette Prince are conclusive and damning.
The Most Bizarre Comments on YouTube (18 pics Nov 25/11 The Most Bizarre Comments on YouTube (18 pics) Hilarious comments on YouTube. It is amazing how dumb some people can be.Part 2.Part 3. White & The Bear children's restaurant has white walls and timber furniture Sneha Divias Atelier has swapped stereotypical primary colours for neutral tones inside this restaurant in Dubai, which is designed specifically for children. Located in Dubai's Jumeirah district, White & The Bear has been designed by Sneha Divias Atelier with "urbane" interiors that avoid the bright shades usually used within child-focused spaces. The restaurant and retail space is instead decked out with neutral colours and materials that, according to the studio, will foster children's curiosity. "At the atelier we selected such distinct palettes for kids' spaces to not overstimulate the senses," explained the studio.
Senior dog stolen during Texas home invasion - National Dogs Last Friday, a senior dog disappeared during a home invasion in north Austin, Texas. According to the dog's owner, Stephanie, their 13-year-old bull terrier, "Rica," has been missing ever since someone broke into their home which is located in the Georgian Acres neighborhood in Austin. Rica weighs approximately 50 pounds and requires medication for seizures; she eats a special food. According to Stephanie, there was a possible sighting of Rica on Tuesday morning near Watson and Anderson and also, on Saturday, at Justin and Woodrow. Husband banned from Target Husband banned from Target After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Target. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women - she loves to browse.
CASE-REAL converts dry cleaner store into sushi restaurant in fukuoka CASE-REAL has transformed a former dry cleaner’s store with an uneven exterior wall line and roof shape into sushi takigawa, a 20 sqm counter-type sushi restaurant in fukuoka, japan. while its exterior, whose walls are finished with stucco, is designed to quietly blend into the surroundings at night, the restaurant’s interior features a distinct atmosphere through a palette of similar tones that comprises materials such as gingko, japanese cypress, and clayey walls. all images by hiroshi mizusaki little decoration and minimal details, such as the restaurant’s sign, create a tranquil atmosphere, while the tapered ceiling that radially spreads from the preparation area towards the guests, creates a centrality withing the small space. adding to the tranquil interior, the material and color palette incorporates similar tones and materials such as gingko on the counter, clayey walls and ceiling, and japanese cypress.