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cheap decor for the home - Always Kiss
Always Kiss Me 11x45 vinyl wall lettering words art sticky home decor phrases quotes
Always Kiss Me 11x45 vinyl wall lettering words art sticky home decor phrases quotes
This listing is for: "Always kiss me goodnight" Overall Design Size: 11"x 45" with your choice of vinyl color. Please email us after your purchase to specify your vinyl color choice. Decorate your home with beautiful and affordable vinyl lettering wall phrases, vinyl art, and words for your walls. It is the newest home decor trend. It's easy to apply and really makes a room look elegant. Words evoke emotions that pictures cannot. Sticky Words Vinyl lettering phrases or art will arrive in 1-2 pieces for easy application. You don't have to put each letter on individually. Applying our vinyl is like putting a large sticker on your wall and having it look like stenciling, without the work. Thank you for looking!

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Decline of the Great British Pub
Decline of the Great British Pub
2010 - Pub closures accelerate to one every three hours Popping down to the local for a pint is synonymous with life in many British villages – but this could prove harder and harder to do as the number of pubs dwindle and the British beer and pub industry declines, taking British community spirit with it. The Great British pub is firmly embedded in Britain’s culture and history and tied up with many people’s sense of community spirit and values. Where better to mull over the events of the day than clutching a pint in the local? Now, with up to six pubs closing every day, a new survey has revealed that a whopping 80 per cent of people are concerned that community spirit will vanish alongside them. Last year, it was revealed that 1.8 million fewer pints were being sold every day compared to 2007. The recent wave of around 2,000 post office closures sounded the death knell for the English village and the notion of rural community spirit and now the closure of pubs looks set to have the same effect. The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA)’s latest survey shows that almost two-thirds of people believe the local pub is a vital element of local communities. Reasons behind the decline of pubs include the smoking ban and the huge discounts offered on booze by retail chains, both of which have played a part in lowering the number of pub customers. The recession has also meant that more people are staying in rather than going out. But the main reason behind the closure of so many pubs is the Government’s proposed above-inflation increase in beer tax, which is pricing many pub owners out of the market. Today, the traditional pub is once more on the retreat. Many of the old city-centre pubs have had their interiors torn out by the licensees, and replaced with a decor and atmosphere likely to appeal to a younger crowd. Sports pubs offer wide-screen broadcasts of live football matches for those who don’t have satellite TV at home. Old bank buildings have been turned into wine and cocktail bars, and the meteoric rise of the gastropub has brought restaurant-standard cooking to a more informal ambience. In the rural towns and villages though, the traditional country pub survives, dispensing hand-pumped, cask-conditioned ales, decent wines, hearty home cooking and local cheer. It is to these places that our overseas visitors flock to get a taste of the English pub experience, the unique conviviality of which we were encouraged to protect by one naturalised British writer: “When you have lost your inns, drown your empty selves, for you will have lost the last of England.” Hilaire Belloc, Preface to The Four Men (1911) Bristol pubs WITH up to one in eight pubs predicted to call a final last orders in the next few years, campaigners are becoming increasingly concerned. The ban on smoking, tax hikes, red tape, intense competition from cheap supermarket booze and now the recession are all factors being blamed for the closures. Beer sales – hit recently by more tax rises – are said to be at their lowest since the Great Depression of the 1930s – a time when millions were penniless and out of work. With sales almost half what they were 25 years ago, landlords are also having to cope with rising costs in brewing, food and energy. On top of this, the Chancellor now takes a whopping 30 per cent cut from each pint. With five pubs – many of them traditional street corner Victorian “locals” – now shutting up shop every week Camra (the Campaign for Real Ale) predicts that up to 6,000 pubs could be lost over the next four years. And, if nothing is done to help support them, it could very well be many more. Cheap booze bought elsewhere also means falling customer numbers. Compared with 90 per cent in the 1970s heyday, only 58 per cent of drinking takes place in a local hostelry today. Although country pubs are also feeling the pinch, it’s urban pubs that seem to have been the hardest hit. “Pub closures at this rate are threatening an important hub of our social fabric and community history,” says Rob Hayward, of the British Beer and Pub Association. “Sliding consumer confidence and spiralling inflation are hitting pubs in two ways. “Not only are the costs of running a pub increasing, but fewer people through the door means less cash in the till. “What we need to stop the decline is support from the Government... and the general public” Despite a large influx of new residents into the Old Market area, for example, many “locals” – pubs that weathered the recessions in the 1980s and 1990s – have now closed their doors. These include the Printers Devil in Broad Plain, and The Swan in Midland Road. In other areas, the much-loved Wedlocks, near the City ground at Ashton Gate was, after a fight, demolished in favour of housing. Losses to Bedminster, which have been heavy, have included The General Elliott and the Enterprise Inn. And in the St Philip’s area, the Cattle Market Tavern, the Coopers Arms,
Bathroom: Finished
Bathroom: Finished
The bathroom, because of the shower curtain, took forever. There is still some paint on fixtures that needs to be razored off (whoever painted this place last does not know how to mask. At. ALL.) but essentially this is done. The yellow curtain for the half-window on the door was easy enough (and my first curtain). All the little doodly crap, like the liner curtain, was easy and cheap to get. But the actual shower curtain was a butt. Beyond just finding the right fabric for the yellow and blue grandma theme we have going on here, I needed six yards and did not want to pay much for it. However! Major fabric sale last week, so I snagged the yardage for hella cheaper than buying a curtain (under $10). Four seams and twelve buttonholes for the hooks later and BAM, curtain. Then I was like, "why not" and made the dorkiest ruffle from the leftover sheer yellow curtain fabric and stuck it like a mini valance over the blinds. Hand-merged four shots taken with a flash on wireless trigger. I've noted where the flash was placed for each shot.

cheap decor for the home
cheap decor for the home
Always Kiss Me 11x45 vinyl wall lettering words art sticky home decor phrases quotes
This listing is for: "Always kiss me goodnight" Overall Design Size: 11"x 45" with your choice of vinyl color. Please email us after your purchase to specify your vinyl color choice. Decorate your home with beautiful and affordable vinyl lettering wall phrases, vinyl art, and words for your walls. It is the newest home decor trend. It's easy to apply and really makes a room look elegant. Words evoke emotions that pictures cannot. Sticky Words Vinyl lettering phrases or art will arrive in 1-2 pieces for easy application. You don't have to put each letter on individually. Applying our vinyl is like putting a large sticker on your wall and having it look like stenciling, without the work. Thank you for looking!

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