Unusual countertop materials add a unique flair to any kitchen. Learn more about countertops made of glass, scrap metal, bamboo, and paper, and find specialized counterop material suppliers.
Search engines have the ability to locate relevant information on an endless variety of topics, providing one of the most valuable services on the web. This magnifying glass on a computer screen symbolizes the nature of a search engine.
Bookcases come in all shapes and sizes and can be used to store and display books as well as a wide variety of other items. This freestanding wooden antique reproduction bookcase features double glass doors with wrought-iron door pulls.
Chocolate chip cookies remind us of our childhood and are loved by just about everyone. Delicious chocolate chip cookies make an ideal after-school snack or any-time treat.
A chandelier is a light fixture mounted from the ceiling with light-bearing arms that is often ornately decorated with glass or crystal prisms. These prisms reflect light, as shown in this photo of a crystal chandelier in front of deep red curtains.
Potting soil is most often made from peat moss, composted plant materials, sand, and perlite, which is a volcanic glass that has a high water content, suitable for drainage in the potting soil.
Sunlight filters through a sliding glass door and many-paned window into a home gym. The home gym has equipment for building strength and muscle and burning calories, including a rack of free weights, a weight machine, and a stationary bicycle.
Two glass beakers are the focus of this photograph, which features a science laboratory. Shelves with other ingredients and items needed to test science and technology are seen in the background.
A colorful Tiffany glass table lamp is photographed on a white background. When the chain on the lamp is pulled, the interior bulb will shine through the intricately patterned pink, green, yellow, and brown stained glass to illuminate the room.
A modern library, furnished with wood, metal, and glass, provides the perfect sanctuary for readers. Library tables hold individual white lamps. The silence of the empty library will be replaced by a murmur when patrons arrive to read, study, or work.
A brass table lamp with a pleated shade sits on a shiny wooden table. The lamp is illuminated, throwing a warm, half-circular glow on the beige wall behind it. This cozy spot is the perfect place to read, have a cup of tea, or enjoy a conversation.