Glass Are the Perfect Way to Decorate Your Home

If you want to decorate your home, then look no further than stained glass windows. These glasses are relatively inexpensive and are much cheaper than most home decorating projects. They come in many different designs, shapes, and sizes to add your personality to your home’s look and feel.

Frameless Mirror

A frameless mirror is a statement of style and luxury in any home. While typically used in bathrooms, more designers are using frameless mirrors from StandardGlassLA.com throughout other home areas. They can be used as effectively in traditional federation homes as they can in the latest contemporary homes.

But where do you start? There are so many different designs and sizes available. The last thing you want to do is spend hundreds of dollars and end up with a plan that you regret. Don’t worry because I’ll give you a quick step by step guide to figure out what … Read More

The Best Celebrity Home Goods to Shop Now

Click here to read the full article.

For celebrities, side hustles are nothing new. Plenty of stars have their own clothing lines, wines and spirits, beauty brands and other companies to keep them busy. One category that is continuously growing is celebrity home goods. While you may never have a mega-mansion or tricked-out pad of the rich and famous, you can bring a little piece of their home into yours. These are the best celebrity home goods out there, plus picks from each to spruce up your own space.

 

More from Variety

1. Giuliana Rancic, August & Leo

TV host Giuliana Rancic teamed up with her longtime friend, interior designer Lonni Paul, to recently launch August & Leo, for HSN. In case you’re wondering where the name comes from, they’re both Leos born in August. The collection encompasses everything from furniture to linens to accent pieces and starts at

Read More

New Hampshire Has 45 New Coronavirus Patients; 2 More Die: Data

CONCORD, NH — The State Joint Information Center announced two more deaths due to COVID-19 in New Hampshire Saturday.

The woman and man were both connected to long-term care settings and were 80 years of age or older. The woman lived in Merrimack County while the man lived in Hillsborough County.

Another 45 positive test results were also released Saturday bringing the accumulative case number in the state to 6,415 cases. The state has 568 current cases of COVID-19. According to the state, 5,438 people or 85 percent have recovered from the virus.

Twelve of the new patients live in Manchester, 10 reside in Rockingham County, eight live in Hillsborough County outside of Manchester and Nashua, five live in Nashua, and two live in Merrimack County.

Only one of the new patients required hospitalization bringing the current hospital count to 27 in the state and 686 overall or about 11

Read More

Basking Ridge Hero Is Keeping Her Group Home Residents Safe

BASKING RIDGE, NJ — When times are tough, heroes emerge. We all know someone who’s making a difference right now as we live through unprecedented times. Here at Patch, we’ve launched an initiative to help recognize these everyday heroes.

This submission comes from Mike Rubinfeld of Basking Ridge, who nominated his wife Linda Beldring Rubinfeld of Basking Ridge:

Is the nominee considered an “essential worker”?:
Yes

What does the nominee do for work?:
Co-Manager of Bethel Ridge group home

Why do you believe the nominee should be recognized or honored?
She has continuously provided excellent supervision/service to disabled residents of the group home, encouraging them to be their best and as independent as possible. She has put in extra shifts, including overnights when short-staffed, and is loved by each of the six residents. All this despite the fear of COVID-19; thankfully she tested negative about a week ago. And most

Read More

The Keys are reopening and you’re planning a visit. Here’s what you can and can’t do

The Florida Keys have been shut down for more than two months. On Monday, June 1, the highway checkpoints come down and tourists will once again hit the restaurants, shops and attractions.

But it won’t exactly be the same as before the pandemic. There will be rules to follow.

Here’s what you can and can’t do if you are planning to visit:

What precautions will be in place?

Monroe County requires masks in public. They should be worn while inside a business, working in public, on public transportation and when around people besides immediate family. They can be taken off while eating in restaurants, in personal vehicles and during distanced outdoor activities.

Airplane travelers who come through Key West International Airport from highly affected COVID-19 areas will be screened.

Visitors and locals should follow precautions out of respect for others and to keep the Keys safe, said

Read More