Go with berger Silk Glamour. Seriously it has amazing finishing, with only two coats u cover up any shade(seriously any shade ) why not even if its a very dark shade.Dont mix up, there are two products one is silk luxury emulsion the other is silk glamour.Price range appx 520–620 per ltr.
Compare and contrast the role of religion in the ottoman empire and mughal india?
In mughal india, the muslims destroyed temples, practised forced conversions and killed those who refused to embrace islam, or enslaved them. Members of other religions had to pay heavy taxes to be allowed to practise their religion and had to dress in a distinctive manner. Akbar was the only one who was moderate and who actually tried to promote interreligious harmony. Hindus, christians, jews were second class citizens.
Who is hotter Velvet Sky or The Bella Twins?
velvet sky is so damn hotter, i kinda find the bellas annoying now
Tiny beige living room. what color should the couch be?
A tiny beige living room - nice! I'm thinking a sofa in a medium shade of brown - not so light it fades into the walls, but not so dark it seems to jump out and dominate the room. You might also go for a burnished gold, or a mossy green. The moss green would be considered a neutral hue, in a medium color. With beige walls, you can use pops of color in accessories. Look around for bright solids and prints that you like for pillows, throws, art work, etc. Add candles and glass or silver accessories to give some shine to your digs. Be sure to measure the space before you shop for a sofa. If you want a table at the end of your sofa, you'll need enough space for it. Also, your couch should sit comfortably but not "stick out" too far into the room. If your area is tiny to begin with, you won't want it visually - or spatically - taken up by a big piece of furniture. Nesting tables are nice for entertaining in a small space. You can tuck them under each other or pull them out and use for drinks and snacks. Nesting tables come in all price points, styles, and finishes. If you want to see some, just type "Nesting Tables" in your search bar and you'll see hundreds. Consider a sofa with legs, one that doesn't rest directly on the floor. Boxy, chunky pieces that rest directly on the floor takes up space visually. If you have an open area under your upholstered and wooden furniture, it gives the illusion of more space. You get a flow of air and light beneath your heavy pieces. You might try at least one glass table, as this opens up space too. Mirrors are great for reflecting light and making a space seem more spacious. Have plenty of lamps and task lighting to brighten up your area, and use light window treatments, like plain sheers or semi-sheets, toppers or valances, etc. to let in natural light.
British and French Empires both had imperialist plans on the Ottoman lands and what is more they reached an agreement with Russia about the possible partition towards the end of 19th century. This especially became apparent after 1877 Turkish-Russo War.After that time burgeoning power German Empire became the natural not quite ally but a friendly state sharing the same rivals. At that time German military officers, doctrine and engineers started coming to country in bigger numbers. This is especially significant because until that point French officers and doctrine was followed.Fast forward to 1908 when young officers of the Ottoman Army completed a successful coup d’etat and changed the government to Constitutional Monarchy at least on paper. A triumvirate of power structure contains the three most influential people of the newly formed party started ruling the country where the Sultan became mostly a figurehead without any significant powers.These people were very well educated in a Prussian manner and quite sympathetic, very nationalist and harboring sadly grandiose plans of a rebirth of the Empire in a new-Ottoman style, either having dreams of higher Ottoman identity with every nation retaining their own identity or pan-Islamist or pan-Turkic aspirations. Thus they were quite lacking in knowledge of statecraft and quite naive.At the beginning of the hostilities Ottoman Empire was neutral and both sides were trying woe her to their side. Germany knowing or assessing the situation better, playing towards the sympathetic notions of the ruling triumvirate used a simple scheme of creating a situation of desperate German warships running away from Royal Navy in the Mediterranean seeking asylum in Turkey. With their options of fighting for Allies or Axis being the only options, deep distrust for Great Britain and France in play, Ottoman Empire end up being an ally of Germany in the war.This was due to total inexperience of the young people that were trying to run 600 years old Empire. If the there hadn't been a coup d’etat, Ottoman administration would have probably driven a hard bargain on both sides to see which sides provided more benefits and concessions though deep mistrust of France and Great Britain might have pushed the Ottoman Empire towards the Axis at the end.
I● a lavender color shirt + khaki trousers II● very pale pink color shirt + navy trousers III● mint color shirt + dark olive chinosIV● white shirt + blue chinosV● light blue shirt + brown trousers VI● grey chambray shirt + burgundy trousersThere are endless options just don't try to be matchy- matchy instead choose pieces that complement each other. Also don't try to highlight your coat.AVOID BLACK SHOES and go for shades of brown instead.
What color curtains go with beige walls, brown furniture and?
Although I'm not a big fan of the color blue, I do think a country blue would go very well with the warm tones of the brown. You could even add an accent of orange to give the room a bit of color. The blue drapes would give you a sense of light without the worry of the white getting to look dingy or dirty in a few weeks. You really want to add a soft color to this to give it some life and with the bold accent of the orange it would bring in the added warmth the room may need. I have burgundy and gold drapes in my parlor and an antique love seat covered in a blue velvet brocade. I used all my Grandmother's needlepoint which I made into pillows. The Queen Anne side chair is burgundy and gold with a small blue brocade pillow. The tiny footstool is a copy of a French Provence antique and I covered it in burgundy brocade and added gold tassels. I was pretty much copying a room I had seen in Metropolitan Home. Their final cost on the room was a little more than $45,000, mine cost just a little less than $400. The rooms look almost identical.
The Ottoman Empire was one of the greatest, largest empires in all of history. They were able to dismantle the Mamluk Sultanate, destroy the remnants of the Roman Empire, and ensure that Islam stayed put in Europe, which is causing current and very recent conflicts in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the rest of former Yugoslavia. The only people who were able to finally stop the Ottomans' rampage throughout the Balkan Peninsula was a coalition of Austria, Hungary, Poland-Lithuania Commonwealth, and the entire Catholic Church: The Holy League. They were the unseen threat to the East. The Ottoman Empire conquered the entirety of Asia Minor, as far west as Tunis, and as far north as Vienna, where they were eventually stopped by the aforementioned Holy League. From their loss at the Battle of Vienna (see my profile for more on that) until their dismantling at the hands of Western Europe after World War I, the Ottomans became a joke, falling prey to innumerable revolutions, corruption, and overextention issues.