Monthly Archives: October 2020
Halloween should be a “boo-tiful” holiday, where the scares come from ghost, ghouls, and goblins! Unfortunately, during this pandemic, the scares seem much larger. With many people contemplating trick or treating or the safest way to disperse candy, we know either way you will have heavy traffic on your porch. A lot of little gremlin feet or princess heels, all containing whatever they’ve picked up along their route, hitting your door mat. Wouldn’t it be less frightening if you knew you could pick up your door mat and wash all those invisible monsters away? I think we would all agree the answer is YES. Let us help wash away the dirt, rubbish, germs, and everything else that gets trapped at your door with our Studio 67 washable mats. They are simply Spooktacular! Use code: SCARE15 to get 15% off your mat purchase. No tricks, all treats… so keep those smelly feet to yourself! Happy scaring, I mean shopping!
Until next time, stay clean!
*Pictured: Natural Loops
Does your home scream neutral? Are you always one to play it safe and use soft tones? They are loved by so many because there is something special and calming about the simplicity of neutral tones. There is absolutely nothing wrong with loving neutrals, but let’s talk bolds. I know you have seen those rooms with statement pieces, whether it is a colored couch, unique chair, an eclectic buffet, or any other piece that stands out. Our machine washable mats can do just that. They can provide you with a bold statement piece for your room without the commitment of a large piece of furniture. Our color schemes vary from standard neutrals (in case you are not ready to make the leap😉) to bold and vibrant, allowing you to have a perfect fit in every room. What’s not to love? No huge commitment and much easier to clean than anything else in there! Let us help style your home, and give that room the finishing touch it needs. Happy shopping!
Until next time, stay clean!
Owls are intriguing birds that easily capture the attention and curiosity of birders. Here are some facts from the Audubon website that reveal what a hoot owls really are!
- Many owl species have asymmetrical ears. When located at different heights on the owl’s head, their ears are able to pinpoint the location of sounds in multiple dimensions. Ready, aim, strike.
- The eyes of an owl are not true “eyeballs.” Their tube-shaped eyes are completely immobile, providing binocular vision which fully focuses on their prey and boosts depth perception.
- Owls can rotate their necks 270 degrees. A blood-pooling system collects blood to power their brains and eyes when neck movement cuts off circulation.
- A group of owls is called a parliament. This originates from C.S. Lewis’ description of a meeting of owls in The Chronicles of Narnia.
- The tiniest owl in the world is the Elf Owl, which is 5 – 6 inches tall and weighs about 1 ½ ounces. The largest North American owl, in appearance, is the Great Gray Owl, which is up to 32 inches tall.
Read more fascinating owl facts at https://www.audubon.org/news/13-fun-facts-about-owls