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Protect Your Carpet With Mosque Carpet Tiles:
Buying a carpet at a mosque is a big investment. This investment comes with a long-term contract and an agreed-upon price. Prices will vary between individual retailers, carpet stores, and online carpet dealers. The best way to find out the carpet you want at the price you want is to shop around. Not all dealers offer the same prices, and some charge outrageous prices for imported carpets that may not be worth the money. The Internet has many websites that offer great prices on Mosque carpets at wholesale prices, and you can find styles and colors from all over the world. Discount for the Carpet: Buying a carpet for your home is a more affordable option than buying an expensive custom carpet. There are many discount carpet stores, both online and brick and mortar, that carry discount carpet tiles for your home, office, or other flooring needs. You can also visit garage sales and thrift stores for cheap carpet tile that may not have been used extensively and might be nearly new. Just because carpets aren't expensive, doesn't mean you have to skimp on quality and design. Style of Mosque Carpet: For people who already have carpet tiles in their home or office, they may be able to purchase wholesale amounts of Mosque carpet tiles at wholesale prices. Some manufacturers offer special deals to retailers who purchase large quantities of a certain style of carpet. Mosque carpets are easy to install and come with unyielding durability, but you need to keep them clean and never let dirt build up under them. Like traditional office carpet tiles, Mosque carpet tiles are manufactured using high-quality materials. They are durable and will last for many years. Unlike regular office carpet tiles, these carpets can be cut to fit any size area. This is great for apartments and small rooms. Because of their durability and beautiful designs, Mosque carpet tiles are often passed down from one generation to another. Visit us: High-quality Materials of Mosque Carpet: Since these are created from high-quality materials and because they are cut to fit, carpet tiles made from Mosque carpet tiles are the best choice for floors. You'll find no better flooring for small and medium-sized areas or rooms. They will keep your rooms looking neat and tidy, even when there is a lot of traffic in the area. When you have this kind of carpet for your floors, stains won't be difficult to remove and you won't have to worry about them being a problem. Special Package giving the Mosque Carpet: Carpet tiles made by Mosque Company are packaged in special packaging type. This special packaging type is used to protect the carpet and its backing from damage from liquids. You should place it in an area where you'll be able to clean it regularly without fear of it getting damaged. This special packing type is also used to help make sure that the carpets are kept safe from damage and dirt. Whenever you buy carpet tiles made by Mosque Company, make sure that you get your carpet from a leading manufacturer. The best manufacturers include Tile Pro and Best Retail Solutions. These companies will supply you with high-quality carpeting at competitive prices. This will allow you to install your carpet tiles made by Mosque Company in your home or office in as little time as possible. Conclusion: When you buy carpet tiles from a leading supplier like these two companies, you will be getting the best deal around. You will also know that your carpet will be installed in the most efficient way possible. When you buy carpet from an import company like these two, you are going to get high-quality carpeting, but you won't know unless you check it out. Don't put your faith and money into carpet tiles made by Mosque Company until you've taken time to check it out. You won't regret it, and you'll end up happy with your purchase.
Inspiring Movies That Will Refresh Your Week!
Friends, sorry I haven't been writing lately. It was a rough work week for me. I was spending a lot of time on a project and it got to the point where I wanted to pull my hair out because I could not figure out how to get the result I wanted. Thankfully, near the end of the week everything fell into place and I can finally breath (for now). It happens and I always have to remind myself that it's okay to fail as long as I learn something from the failure. So here I am thinking about what to do this weekend to revive myself from the tough week. I don't feel like reading (I want to stay away from looking at words). I don't feel like going outside (weather is too cold). I don't want to sleep in (because that's a waste of a day). Movie. Movie it is. I'm thinking about watching inspiring movies to boost my motivation. I have two movies I want to re-watch but I'm also open for new ones! If you have any inspiring movie suggestions, send them my way by commenting below! Also, if you're interesting in watching one this weekend, below are my two favorites. The Intern (2015) Everyone was raving about this movie and I finally saw it last month. It was refreshing, realistic and inspiring. You will immediately connect to the busy lifestyle of Jules (played by Anne Hathaway. She's a millennial, a dreamer, a hard worker. On the surface, she seems like she got it all together. Under the surface, she is struggling with work-life balance. You'll see Jules breakdown during the toughest moment of her career and see how she picks it up with the assistant of an intern (who is a senior citizen). Lesson: Never underestimate the wisdom of elders. Never give up on your dream. The Fighter (2010) A movie about friendship, brotherhood, and passion. I was never into MMA or sports similar to that but I kind of got into it after watching this movie. I always thought fighter were brutal and they are wasted but this movie gave me a new perspective of what these fighters are going after. Yes, money is one of the drive but beyond that it's passion and dream. You'll get to see Micky Ward's (the main character) journey from the rough streets to world champ! Lesson: I'm stealing this line from @mchlyang "circumstances don't dictate champions" Have a wonderful week(end) everyone!
Anne Hathaway losing roles to younger stars...But why?
Has Anne Hathaway peaked? Personally I'd say no. However some may disagree. Anne Hathaway has faced a lot of obstacles in Hollywood as of lately. She's starting to lose roles to younger stars and she's only 33-years-old. It may seem insane that a woman in her 30s is losing roles for a character who is in her 30s but it's very typical of casting directors. However, Hathaway understands the business noting, "I can't complain about it because I benefited from it". Hathaway was once the biggest name in Hollywood starring in big hits such as Bride Wars, The Dark Knight Rises, and The Devil Wear's Prada. Currently, her new hit role in "The Intern" is a wonderful character and a new hopeful Hollywood success. Only time will tell. Though a sequel to the iconic blockbuster The Devil Wear's Prada is being rumored after the release of a second book, some are curious as to whether Hathaway will return to the silver screen. In 2013, Hathaway won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for the movie, Les Misérables. And even with that success, she still struggles today. And it doesn't help that for years Hathaway was labeled as one of the worst actresses to work with in the industry. However, it looks like things are finally finding a silver lining. "I hate to admit it, but it's true—here are fewer roles and the competition is just as fierce as ever. I look around at my peers and I'm so blown away by their talent and their beauty and their cool style, as well as their ability to be an actress and be a movie star and be good at it. I mean, they're so good and we're all trying to get the same parts." Even though she is fully supportive, she doesn't ignore the reality of the profession. "When I was in my early 20s, parts would be written for women in their 50s and I would get them. And now I'm in my early 30s and I'm like, 'Why did that 24-year-old get that part?' I was that 24-year-old once, I can't be upset about it; it's the way things are. All I can do right now is think that thankfully you have built up perhaps a little bit of cachet and can tell stories that interest you and if people go to see them you'll be allowed to make more." Hathaway's Glamor U.K. October issue hits newsstands on Monday. What do you think of Anne Hathaway?
September Issues: Who Landed Covers?
The September issue of a fashion magazine is its most coveted, longest, all-important, and expensive issue. The question of who lands the covers of September issues is on everyone's minds in the months leading up to their release, and it's an important decision that can win or lose sales and draw readers to buy or reject a magazine in a second. Vogue in particular is known for having spectacular September issues (there was even a documentary made about them!), and made the brilliant but unsurprising decision to give the cover to Beyoncé. Who else landed covers this year? Vogue Vogue made the choice to stay on top with a woman on top, putting Beyoncé on the most well-respected September issue in the world. Beyoncé is currently featured on as well, with testimonies by top designers from Stella McCartney to Marc Jacobs, proving her worth in pop culture as well as fashion. Marie Claire Miley Cyrus looks more mod and high-fashion than she does wild on the Marie Claire September Issue cover, and I can't get enough. Vanity Fair No one was surprised to see Taylor Swift make a September issue cover; Vanity Fair selected the star to talk about her global influence and undeniable rise to power. Elle Elle made the unexpected decision to put Kiera Knightley on their cover, but tell readers that she just turned 30, and so did the beloved magazine, aligning themselves with a fresh but esteemed classic chic. Glamour Glamour picked beloved model Karlie Kloss for their cover, a safe choice to draw mass appeal and still maintain high-fashion standards. InStyle Anne Hathaway looked absolutely classic on the InStyle cover. She's sort of a safe choice to choose, as a longstanding talent who's always starring in something new. W W also opted for a supermodel on the rise. Gigi Hadid has reached "it girl" status this past year, and putting her on the cover was a great move to stay fresh and relevant. Harper's Bazaar Despite her lack of new music as of late, Katy Perry managed to make the Harper's Bazaar cover, and looked pretty fashion-forward in the final product. Nylon Kristen Stewart is long past her Twilight days, and seems to be just now coming into her own as an edgy, offbeat star, thus a great choice for Nylon's September issue.
The Outfits that Made "The Devil Wears Prada" the Greatest Fashion Film
The Devil Wears Prada is a beloved movie amongst fashion fans, chick flick lovers, and general movie watchers alike. The sharp and witty one-liners and retorts are enough to win over anyone, but the depiction of the frivolous, cut-throat, and nailbiting fashion industry is supreme, with Meryl Streep taking the reins as an Anna Wintour-like Miranda Priestly. Whether you're trying to work in fashion or just love seeing a great and glamorous look, this film is for you. Here are the outfits that make it worth a watch (and rewatch). Though some of the looks are a bit outdated in this movie, you can't go wrong in head-to-toe black, or a minidress, tights, and tall black boots. Andy's layered Chanel chains are the cherry on top of this timelessly chic outfit, and her twiggy legs in tights peeking out from her short skirt and duster make it just the tiniest bit sexy. Miranda's fashion sense is beastly always, as it should be for the character, but this is my favorite of her looks. The gold jacket and statement necklace have an ecclectic feel, and she wears them over an all-black ensemble to let them stand out. She has the most piercing gaze, but manages to wear pieces that are at once strong and intricately detailed. Emily's first outfit in the film is spot-on. Though her cropped jacket is a bit too 2000's (as was the movie), the bold silhouette and hardwear on her accessories give the look an edge that's still sleek, making her not just the typical fashion wannabe but a slave to fashion with a more nuanced and developed personal style. Both looks here are amazing. The contrast in Miranda's boss lady classic style and Andy's eager fashion servant wear is so great, but they both look beyond fashionable. Miranda's red belt as an accent is as commanding as she is, and Andy's preppy revealed collar and high ponytail make her look eager, put-together, and chic. The preppy jacket may be a bit outdated, but the thigh-high leather boots are to die for. "Are those the?" "The Chanel boots? Yeah." I can't go over the layered gold necklace, especially under Andy's sleek haircut and pristine bangs. Hats off to Patricia Field for nailing the wardrobe on this fashion favorite of a film.