Hi, I'm Juliette. I'm the Editor in Chief of Broc Patineet & Compagnie. We're a blog all about interior design - from choosing colors to creating a cohesive look. Our team of experts brings years of experience and an eye for detail to every project. So whether you're just starting or you've been decorating for years, we can help you take your home to the next level. I love interior design because it's all about making people feel good. It's incredible how a little bit of effort can make such a big difference in someone's life. When I'm not working, I like to cook (or eat) and read books (preferably murder mysteries).
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How to budget for holiday spending in an economic downturn

Holidays are a time to spend time with loved ones, give gifts, and celebrate. Many people find the holidays stressful financially. Many people worry about their ability to afford the holidays, as the economy is still in crisis. Don’t worry if you’re worried about your holiday budget. Even in economic downturns, there are many ways to budget for…

Ceiling Fans For Girl Bedroom

A ceiling fan can add an airy feeling to a girl’s bedroom and add a playful element. To match the space’s mood, choose a neutral or softly coloured fan. For a teenage girl’s bedroom, a soft color scheme is ideal. You can keep the room neutral, but add pops of color like artwork or brightly colored objects. The room…

How to Tell If Ceiling Can Hold Fan Weight

Before installing a ceiling fan, you should check to make sure that your ceiling is thick enough to support the fan’s weight. If not, then you can try using a fan brace, which is a rod that sits on the ceiling, and is centered over the fan shaft. The brace rod should be positioned about…

How to Tell If Your Ceiling Can Support a Ceiling Fan

If you’re thinking of installing a ceiling fan in your home, the first step is to measure the ceiling. Measure the distance between the floor and ceiling and the lower surface of the fan blades. This height should be at least seven feet. If your ceiling is not tall enough, you should consider buying a…

Can a Humidifier and a Fan be used simultaneously?

If you have a humidifier and a fan in your bedroom, you may be wondering whether you can use them simultaneously. The answer is yes, and the two are complementary pieces of home equipment. The combination of humidifier and fan helps disperse moisture faster, making them the perfect match. Whether or not you should use…

Should Ceiling Fan Be on With Humidifier?

If you have a humidifier, you may be wondering if you should turn on your ceiling fan while using it. The answer is yes, and the fan will help remove moisture from the air while still keeping you cool. This combination will help keep you from dehydrating too much, and it will also save energy….

How Long Can a Ceiling Fan Run Continuously?

You are here because you want to know how long a ceiling fan can run continuously. This article will cover the benefits and disadvantages of running your ceiling fan constantly, as well as fire hazards. Before you start, you should understand what a ceiling fan is and why you need it. Cost of running a…

Which Is Better – A 4 Or 5 Blade Ceiling Fan?

When it comes to choosing a ceiling fan, there are many factors to consider. For example, four blade fans are less expensive than five blade fans. On the other hand, they are noisier. A four-blade fan has a better overall appearance and feel than a five blade model. 3 blades are cheaper than 5 blades…

Does a Ceiling Fan Use a Lot of Electricity?

To find out whether a ceiling fan uses a lot of electricity, multiply the watts by the cost of a kilowatt hour (which you can find on your most recent electric bill). One kilowatt equals the cost of running a ceiling fan one hour. The fan will cost you approximately one kilowatt an hour if…

Are Bigger Ceiling Fans Better?

Ceiling fan size It is important to consider the space when buying a ceiling fan. In general, you should leave two to three feet of clearance between the ceiling fan and the nearest wall. If your ceiling is too high, you may need to leave more clearance. Also, if you’re choosing a ceiling fan for…