Monday, 29 October 2018
Friday, 26 October 2018
Thursday, 25 October 2018
They may be comfortable but most of them are just plain and simply unflattering. Luckily, there are a
few ways you can wear your scrubs and look chic. Here are a few tips to consider;
accessorize well. For example, you can use a decorative tag or get a cover for your stethoscope to
match your scrubs. Also, look for scrubs that come with a cap or hat, vest or coordinating jacket to
spice up your look. As long as the accessories are allowed, you can still rock your scrubs in a
fashionable way. Get good quality scrubs and be creative while accessorizing, as simple efforts like the
socks or shoes you wear go a long way to creating a stylish look.
comfort and safety because tight ones may restrict your movement and baggy ones may make you
slip or trip. Mobb Scrubs, for instance, sometimes come in a stretchy fabric that allows for unrestricted
movement and complete comfort. Ensure you try them on first to see if the chest, arm, and shoulder
areas fit well and if you are purchasing your scrubs online, make sure you have the right measurements
of your body.
One clever way to choose the color of your scrubs is by knowing your undertone. A warm undertone
will go well with earth colors and on the other hand, a cool undertone will go well with cool grays and
sea shades. Having a neutral undertone means that you will do good with almost all the colors.
You can also choose a complimentary color to go well with your hair, eye color or even your personality.
If your hospital allows, you can ditch the plain colors and go for other fun color patterns that you like.
work with well-ironed scrubs then end up with wrinkled sweat-soaked scrubs in the afternoon.
Some of the scrubs are made of sustainable fabrics which don’t tear easily and some of them are
wash and wear which makes them more convenient. Look for double stitched seams and reinforced
pockets and go for fabric made out of nylon, polyester or spandex as they are of the best quality.
stylish. There are different ways to stylishly wear your scrubs without compromising your comfort or
breaking the dressing code rules in your hospital.
Wednesday, 24 October 2018
Thursday, 18 October 2018
One of the small things that can make things just right is to think about flooring. It is easy to lay high quality flooring but then not give much consideration to the finishing touches, however things like decent skirting boards really do make all the difference!
Then you also have things such as doors, which really do need to be chosen in a way that complements the rest of the room. You can even get architraves custom designed to ensure that they match perfectly.
This might seem really small and unimportant, however it really does matter! Otherwise you run the risk of having an amazing look floor, which is ruined by having gaps between the wall and the floor and this really brings down the look of the whole room, or a door that doesn't fit properly or match the rest of the room style, which makes such a difference to the whole feel of the room!
The good news is that when it comes to home decor, there are loads to choose from,so whatever you are looking for - you can be sure there will be something that suits your needs perfectly.
Finish the room with the right furniture and a beautiful rug and you'll soon have the perfect looking room with minimal effort.
What type of flooring would you go for should you have the choice?
Wednesday, 17 October 2018
One of the options I have looked into for my home is some sort of feature wall, because you can get stick on ones that really do look the part. These are great in my opinion because they allow you to decorate your home, but then switch it up again if you want to a later date - without too much expense or hassle.
What is really great about this is that there are so many wall designs to choose from. Want something traditional? Go for something with old white brick slips - looking for something a bit funky? Go for a sunset or a quirky design!
I love the idea of these because if I suddenly realise I have choosen the wrong one or I want to do something different, I can simply take it down and start again with a new design. Of course, I am not suggesting this is something you'd do at the drop of a hat, but with such an inexpensive cost attached you can do this much more often than you would with a room that would need to be completely repapered or painted
What design would you go for?
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