Varandas

     Elas podem ter tamanhos variados, mas há sempre uma maneira de deixá-las charmosas, aconchegantes e confortáveis.  Às vezes,  pequenos elementos são o bastante; afinal, os detalhes são muito importantes.

     Mesmo que a sua varanda seja diferente, sendo menor ou maior, o importante é que você adeque a decoração ao seu espaço, afinando esses elementos ao seu gosto pessoal.

      Observe os detalhes dos projetos que destacamos neste post, talvez ajude você a ter aquela grande ideia que estava faltando para começar ou até mesmo concluir a decoração desse ambiente.

 

Jardim vertical em ripas de madeira

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Compacta funcional

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Verde e branco: para relaxar

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Ampla e convidativa

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Sustentável e colorida

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Com direito a futon

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Minimalista

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Só para o jardim: deck em madeira e nichos com pedras brancas

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Madeira bruta

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Pufes e poltronas

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Parede de bambú

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Rústico

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Estilo japonês

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Clean: elementos em madeira

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Vasinhos com temperos

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Vasos para parapeito

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      Inspire-se!

 

      Fonte: Google Images

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  1. 27, junho, 2011 em 03:08 | #1

    Home run! Great slugging with that awnesr!

  2. 27, junho, 2011 em 15:29 | #2

    Thanks for sharing. What a plsaerue to read!

  3. 4, dezembro, 2011 em 00:16 | #3

    French press instructions
    How to Use a French Press: Step-by-Step

    1. Use water that is slightly cooler than boiling.

    Bring water to a boil, then wait a minute or two. Or cool the boiling water with a shot of cool or cold water.

    Use fresh water that has not been boiled before for the best taste. The reason is because the water we drink (from the tap or bottle) has been aerated and has dissolved gases that make the water taste better. Boiling removes the gases and leaves a “flat” taste. (I’m not 100% convinced of this and am usually too lazy to empty the electric kettle of previously-boiled water. But this advice has been handed down for generations, is often quoted by tea and coffee connoiseurs, and the explanation sounds reasonable.)

    Tip: Put a bit of hot water in the empty French press to warm it up. You’ll end up with a hotter final cup.

    2. Grind your own coffee beans.

    Freshly ground coffee is easily 10 times better than pre-ground coffee. Even non-connoisseurs will instantly notice the significant difference in aroma, flavor and overall awesomeness of the cup of coffee.

    Tip: For the best taste, freshly ground coffee is more important than having perfectly sized grounds. So if the cost of a burr grinder is prohibitive, choose to buy whole beans and grind at home with a cheap blade grinder versus buying pre-ground coffee.
    3. Use a coarse grind.

    You want uniform large pieces so the grinds don’t slip through the mesh filter. But the grind shouldn’t be so large that you can’t extract most of the goodness, making for weak bland coffee.

    Tip: Adjust the strength of your brew by adjusting your grind size. I like my coffee strong, so I aim for a finer grind that is just large enough for the mesh.

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