Want to make your home more welcoming to guests? Here are a few ideas that could help to make your home more comfortable place for you guests.
Revamping your bedroom after a long period of neglect doesn’t have to be a nightmare process. You just need to think clearly and focus on what your priorities.
Today I’m sharing some ideas to help you start that process if you’re not sure how to. Each of these ideas will help you get the most out of your bedroom going forward, and that’s what’s most important, right?
Winter is on the way and getting ready for those cold months and the dreadful weather ahead means more than just digging out your gloves and hat. There are a lot of tasks to take care of before we can snuggle down in front of the TV with a box set or two and wait for it all to blow over. But don’t worry, you don’t need to be a DIY expert to get everything done.
If you’re thinking of preparing your home for the fast approaching winter weather, then take a look at the tips below.
I’ve always been a creative person. I studied art & design and photography in my A Levels, and of course went on to become a Fashion Designer.
I think because I work in design, and spend a lot of time designing clothes etc, I kind of switch off when it comes to interiors. We start to buy bits and bobs for the house, trying to make it look nice, but slowly give up and never finish a project.
My bedroom was recently redecorated, but you guessed it, it’s not finished. The walls are bare and it’s just bland.
Over time people have come to realise just how hard carpets can be to keep them looking good. As well as how expensive they are to keep replacing. The trends of the last few years have moved towards other types of flooring, which are cheaper and generally so much easier to clean and maintain. Especially when you have messy kids!