Spring Clean Like A Pro #infographic

Are you planning a spring clean-up but not sure where to start? No worries, you are not the only one. This time of the year is a great moment to through away all those clothes you haven’t used for years and de-clutter your home, making space for the coming summer.

To make the cleaning process less painfull, the team at Microfiber Wholesale have put together the infographic below. Check out their tips, tools and techniques to clean up like a pro. Follow their handy checklist and you will have a cleaner place faster.

Spring Clean Like A Pro

An infographic by Microfiber Wholesale.

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What Employers Need To Know About Remote Workers #Infographic #RemoteWorking

Remote working is on the rise. Thanks to technology it is now easier to work anytime and from anywhere in the world. Online collaboration has also made it possible for employers to get the best possible talent on a global scale. Working in a physical office is slowly becoming a thing of the past.

Remote working offers an ideal setup for both the worker and the employee as it offers a lot of advantages over the 9 to 5 office work setup. That is why remote workers are very much happy as well.

In this infographic, Time Doctor, a time tracking software company, looked at how satisfied remote workers are in their work setup. Using data from TINYPulse, 509 remote workers from the United States were surveyed as to their experiences in their respective workplaces. Their responses were then compared to 200,000 employees from other work arrangements.

The infographic below shows some of the key results.

An infographic by Time Doctor.

Easy Eco-Friendly Home Ideas #Infographic #Ecology #Design

Brought to you by leading Australian designer furniture company Brosa, this infographic compiles together 6 easy eco-friendly ideas for any home. Brosa is a big supporter of sustainable home designs and having a lighter impact on the environment. After all, a green home can reduce your carbon footprint and help you become more self-sufficient.

With a more eco-friendly home design, you could also save on electricity costs through such things as heating and cooling. Or if you invest in a water tank or a recycled gray water system, you could save on your water bill.

So without further ado, here are 6 eco-friendly design ideas to keep in mind when you play homemaker. Alternatively, scroll down to read more information on each tip. Don’t delay. Start making these great changes today and savor the difference you’re having on the planet.

An infographic by Brosa.

Australia’s Favourite Furniture Styles #Infographic #InteriorDesign

At Brosa, we’re so passionate about furniture, we recently conducted one of Australia’s most comprehensive furniture surveys. The survey was simple yet effective; we asked over 3,700 Aussies from every territory and state to choose their favorite furniture style from 11 distinct choices, such as industrial, cottage and Scandinavian.

After months of collecting data, we then extrapolated the key findings – delving deep into age, gender and location preferences – to reveal some illuminating furniture style trends across the country. The eye-catching results will be sure to aid any furniture hunters or interior design fans looking to find the latest inspiration and to know which furniture styles are resonating in 2016 and beyond.

We hope you enjoy reading about the hottest furniture styles in Australia as much as we enjoyed creating the survey. Don’t miss the results here.

An infographic by Brosa.

10 Places Mould Can Hide In Your Home #Infographic #Mould

Mould inside your home is never safe for anyone in your family. There are a lot of health problems that are caused by moulds exposure. Besides, this hazard can easily damage the interiors and furniture. Moulds are simply a problem that every homeowner should address.

And as the first step to solving this problem, you must know where to target the moulds. You might think that it only spreads in isolated places, but you are mistaken–moulds can virtually grow everywhere. From the wooden floor, to carpets and ceiling, moulds can survive and thrive. The good news is, there are signs that you can check whether any parts of your house is mould infested.

To help you target the moulds hotspots, AWARE pinpoints the top places where this fungus easily and commonly survive and spread. And for you to manage this problem, AWARE provides quick tips that are easy to do in this infographic.

An infographic by AWARE.