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The more features the camera

Are you thinking that your little home is safe from intruders and that s why you re ignoring getting a security camera system? Oh, but don t you know that little home of yours is easy target? It s not the size... Okay, you can forestall buying that security camera system for your home because you justify that your little home won t interest any intruder. But for how long is your little abode safe? Thieves don t think about homes in terms of size. They think of the treasures in there.
Homes, big or small, yield treasures for thieves. Their practiced eye can spot valuables You mantel clock, toaster, frying pan, and your DVD player won t stand a chance once spotted. Now you know why your little home needs a security camera system. If lack of money is stalling you from rigging your home with a surveillance system, you might be surprised to find out you can afford a basic system. Rethinking Your Home Security? Now you re fearing for your prized possessions, right? Instead of worrying yourself to death, start planning where you ll mount or hide your security cameras.
Be glad you have options when shopping for your security camera system. Start with your computer. Your computer can be transformed into home or office security system. All you need is a special card and one or two cameras positioned in vulnerable areas, your living room and bedroom. For you home, you don t need a fancy professional security camera system or crowd your living room with ribbons of monitors and installing a camera in every nook and cranny. You just need a few cameras, depending on your needs. If you have a nanny at home with the baby, a nanny camera in the nursery, kitchen, and living room will be enough. You d want to watch if nanny keeping an eye on the baby or has spread herself on the couch to watch TV while the baby is left howling on the crib.
Or if you re single and living alone, you need cameras outside your front and back doors and in your room where your worldly treasures are stored. Choices and Options The choices out for a security camera system should not confuse you. Those cameras vary little from your hardworking digital camera. Day and Night cameras can capture images even in dim lighting because of a sensitive CCD chip. Don t mistake these however for infrareds or night vision cameras. To go with the recorders, you can look at the wide inventory of cameras. Top grade security cameras provide high resolution, have infrared systems, have night vision, are shock proofed and built for ease of maintenance.
The more features the camera offers, expect it to be a bit pricey. Not to worry though, there are still cheaper cameras in the area of $80 that can provide the surveillance work for your home. If you don t want to be bothered with all the geeky stuff, you can buy a basic surveillance package. All you have to do is unpack it, plug and play. No need to sweat the hard stuff. But if you just want the bare minimum for a security camera system then go for two covert wireless cameras and hook these to your computer after converting it to a home surveillance system.



This room is really one of the central

Think back to the last time you remodeled or redecorated your house. Where did you start? What kind of projects did you choose, and how far did you make it? Often the answer is the bedroom or the kitchen. There are plenty of options for these areas of the house, and the xafs is ripe with furniture in all styles and colors from the perfect bed to the best kitchen counters. But did you stop to think of the bathroom? The bathroom is often the single most neglected room in a home. All your remodeling time and money is thrown at the rest of the house, and the bathroom is lucky to see a new coat of paint, let alone an entire re do of its worn out cabinets. In theory, the bathroom might seem small and insignificant. But in reality its a very important part of your home. When you have visitors, theyre guaranteed to go to the bathroom at least once. You spend hours a day in the bathroom showering, fixing your hair and make up, and giving the kids or the pets a bath.
This room is really one of the central features of your house. You cant live without it, and your guests are guaranteed to catch a glimpse inside, even if they never go near that master bedroom you spend months painting. Take some time to give your bathroom a little tender love and care. Giving it a makeover is a simple process that can cost as much or as little as youd like. So grab a notebook for recording your favorite ideas and lets get started. Theme & Style Before you run out and buy new wallpaper or accessories, take moment to look at your bathroom. Whats working for you? What isnt? Is it too dark to see in the mirror when youre applying make up? Do you need more storage space for all the knick knacks that make their home all over the counters? Decide what functions youd like the bathroom to serve, and what problems need to be fixed.
Then tackle what style or color scheme you want. Bathrooms can be a peaceful plan for relaxation, so a light color is a perfect choice. Bright colors can be added in later for a little zing that will wake you up in the morning. If you want a theme to your bathroom, what theme makes you happy? Do you want a seaside cottage, a romantic retreat or an upbeat bathroom? When you know what youd like, jot down a few ideas and get ready to go shopping. Wallpaper & Tile Start your remodeling project with the walls. Wallpaper and tile are easy to use in the bathroom. Tile holds up especially well against steam and water, which youre sure to have a lot of. Consider tile for part of the room, mainly the area with the tub or shower. You can continue the tile throughout the rest of the room, or create a border around the walls by adding tile only to the bottom half and using wallpaper for the top.
Whites, light blues and greens are nice bathroom colors. They match well with other furniture, and can create an airy seascape right in your own home. Reds and pinks are delightful for a romantic get away, and using two or three colors of tile can add interest to your childs bathroom. Choose darker colors for tile near the bottom, and choose light colored wallpaper for the top. Light colors help open up a room. If you choose to use only wallpaper, use a light solid color, or a light color with simple patterns to help make a small bathroom appear larger. If youre looking for a quick way to brighten up a bathroom, consider hanging pictures on the walls or purchasing vinyl stickers for children to decorative with. They can be taken down and put back up without causing any damage.



Use the brightest colors

If you are planning to decorate the interiors of your home, there are many places to start with, the first being obviously the wall. Choosing an appropriate color is really a daunting task. Mainly because there are so many options to choose from, literally an infinite array of colors and shades. This is the most versatile element of your room decoration, the easiest to change and the least expensive. Start by collecting paint chips and sample cards, but do not make the final decision until after the design and colors of rugs, carpet, tile, wallpaper and fabrics are finalized. So when you actually go to buy the painting it is very essential to carry small trim samples of all the above.
Always choose coordinated fabrics and wallpapers. Keep the background colors the same when designing patterns, for example all white or all ivory. Suppose there is a pattern in the design, it is better you repeat colors in each pattern after a certain number of times. Include a mix of different pattern sizes like large, medium, and small, rather all of them being of the same size. Add plain or textured fabrics for more appealing look. First choose a theme for your room such as American country, English garden or techno modern. Then choose an anchor fabric that has 3 or more colors. Use the background color of the fabric as the wall color. Pick a mid-toned color from the fabric for flooring and large pieces of furniture which could be a simple solid or patterned design. Upholstery can also be done in the same color of your anchor fabric or coordinating fabric.
Use the brightest colors in the fabric for accessories and accents like welting, picture mats, and decorative pillows. Place your anchor fabric in at least three places in the room like upholstery, pillows, curtains etc. Use coordinating fabrics in other scales as accent fabrics, in tune with the anchor fabric, on chairs, pillows, cording, and tablecloths. The general rule of thumb is to divide color use, with approximately 60percent of the room in a light color, 30percent in the mid-tone color and the rest 10percent in the brightest accent colors. In order for the ceiling color match the wall color, buy ceiling paint 1-2 shades lighter than the wall color. Consider which paint finish to use.
Matte or flat finishes hide wall imperfections, wall bumps or cracks as this finish does not reflect light. Flat Enamel and Eggshell Finish are a few examples. Glossier finishes like Satin Finish and Semi-Gloss will reflect more light. Colors are often grouped as 'warm' and 'cool.' Orange, red, and pink are considered 'warm' colors, whereas blues, greens, and violet are thought to be 'cool.'


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