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Mi casa es su casa. But Mikasa is a maker of high quality tableware and home decor. Mikasa makes dinnerware like fine china, plates and bowls. They make drinkware like wine glasses, champagne flutes, beer mugs, goblets and martini glasses. Mikasa also has popular patterns like French countryside, garden harvest, jet set blue and antique white. On top of all that, Mikasa makes homes decor like picture frames, candle holders, vases, jewelry and home accents. So you don’t break the bank the next time you shop for Mikasa, get a coupon from Savings.com.
... This week, our friends over at Mikasa have given us an elegant 40-piece dinnerware set to giveaway. While paper plates may be appropriate for the laidback style of 4th of July, the holidays suggest something a little nicer. If you need to upgrade your dishes, read on! This 40 piece set is crafted of porcelain, and includes service for 8, including 10.5 inch dinner plate, 8 inch salad plate, 8.5 inch soup bowl, 8 ounce teacup and 6.5 inch saucer. With a dramatic and bold pattern in a rich red, this versatile look can be dressed up or down, depending on the evening. The set is also microwave and dishwasher safe, so there’s no need to worry about reheating food in other containers or having to scrub the plates by hand. To win this dinnerware set, please review the contest rules and leave a comment on this blog post by ...
It’s the middle of the night in the dead of winter, and you are flippin’ freezing. Trudging through the dark, you find the thermostat and crank that baby up to 81 degrees. After a few moments, it is toasty, warm, and comfortable. You do this every night for the next month. At the end of month, you get a bill in the mail. The amount due no longer makes you feel warm and fuzzy. You start questioning your life decisions, sanity, what you ate for dinner, and HOW THE HELL CAN THEY CHARGE
Although it’s a buyer’s market in the real estate world today in most parts of the country, prospective home purchasers shouldn’t just assume they’re getting a good deal. Adhering to the following steps will help home buyers minimize the sometimes incredible costs associated with closing on a home.
Think Ahead The decision to purchase a home, regardless of whether it’s your first purchase or not, should not be made without a great deal of thought and preparation.