Go wild with the latest in window fashion designs this season

first_imgLuxaflex Window Fashions have released a new kids print collection. Photo: SuppliedEye-catching animal prints could be the perfect solution to keeping your child’s room looking funky and lively with the latest release of Luxaflex Window Fashions.Four new designs have been launched as part of the range featuring animal block prints and striking motifs in a variety of colours. Available in blockout and translucent opacities, the versatile ‘Jungle’, ‘Zebra’, ‘Elephant’ and ‘Hedgehog’ ranges could be the perfect backdrop for any nursery, bedroom or playroom.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours agoLuxaflex Window Fashions national marketing manager Jenny Brown said window coverings were compliant with the latest ACCC Child Safety Regulations.All ranges within the Kids Print Collection are made to order as roller blinds, and designed with child safety in mind. “From cordless alternatives to motorised operation systems, there are many innovative lifting systems that combine safety, convenience and style,” Ms Brown said.She said the range was ideal for rental properties where there were limitations on redecorating, or perfect for children’s room where their tastes may change rapidly. Ms Brown said an eye-catching pattern could quickly breathe a whole new look into a room by adding a sense of fun and personality.“On a practical level, they also offer enhanced light control for a better home living experience,” she said.“In a bedroom, the blockout fabric option will help stop light coming through for an uninterrupted night’s sleep.”last_img read more

Bardouille optimistic Carnival Cruise Lines will return to Dominica

first_imgCarnival Cruise Lines. Photo credit: marineinsight.comChief Executive Officer of the Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority (DASPA) Bennoit Bardouille says he is optimistic that Carnival Cruise Lines will return to Dominica.Carnival Cruise Lines ended a 21-year relationship with the island in November 2010 but returned on Tuesday-the only visit for the season.“I am very optimistic. We have to keep focused. We have to keep at the agents and the tour operators. Everything that we do, we have to make sure that the product is second to none. I am sure that the premier sites that we talk about with reference to Trafalgar Falls, which will be one of the draw cards for the ship, once we keep discussing it, that should be a major pull to ensuring that the cruise line keeps coming back,” he said.In the past years, carnival cruise lines made weekly calls to Dominica during the regular season and summer.However the cruise line pulled out last November resulting in a major loss to several vendors and taxi operators. The government assisted the vendors with a stipend of $500.00 during the off-season.Several vendors and taxi operators were happy that the cruise ship returned to the island although it was for one day.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews Bardouille optimistic Carnival Cruise Lines will return to Dominica by: – December 22, 2011 Tweetcenter_img 35 Views   one comment Share Sharelast_img read more

O’Neill to experiment as Suarez ruled out of Aviva game

first_imgPhoto: © FAI.ie Ireland manager Martin O’Neill says he may experiment with his formation in this Thursday friendly with Mexico in New Jersey.Several regulars will miss the game however James Mc Lean will travel and is expected to win his 50th cap and skipper the side.Meanwhile, Luis Suarez has been ruled out of Uruguay’s friendly with the Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday. The Barcelona forward won’t be risked as he is nursing a hamstring injury.Edinson Cavani – scorer of 49 goals for PSG this season – is among the the 30-man travelling party for their friendlies with Ireland and Italy.last_img