When it comes to our homes many of us love the idea of adding our own personality to the rooms, be that the living areas, the main hubs of the home or our bedrooms. It is always so nice to have that feeling that you have accomplished the way your home looks and feel house proud. It can be a lovely way to make a house feel like a home and whether you splurge on the interiors or stick to a budget, you can often feel proud when you walk through the door.
The much-awaited season is ahead of us. We have started opening our windows for feeling that much-needed warmth in the air. Hotter climate is on its way and the chilly dull winter is almost gone. It’s time to commend this great defrost. Perhaps the most practical approach to refresh your space for spring is to change its shading range. The most effortless approach to do that is by brightening your home for spring with exciting colours.
Most utility rooms are small spaces that need to hold a lot of things. You want to make sure you are maximising space in the utility room. Use these simple ideas to get the most out of your space.
‘Sort your life out’ Stacey will coach six families over the course of a week to declutter and organise their homes. Stelrad have created a list of 6 easy and effective ways to organise and decluttering your kitchen, see the list below.
If you’re looking for a few simple tips on getting your closet organised, you’re in luck. In a short time, you’ll have a spot for everything perfectly in your closet.
The half-moon console table typically sits off to the side in many homeowners’ living rooms, entries, dining rooms, corridors and more. In fact, because console tables take up so little space, you will even find them in bedrooms, oversized bathrooms, and home offices. You get the idea.
Millions of people all over the world have had to get more used to home offices in the past year. And at this point, it looks as if many of the same people will be working from home a while longer yet. This is in part because the coronavirus is still upon us, and people are still being guided to stay home whenever possible.
Clutter is a fact of life in many homes. Items often are purchased and used only once or never used at all. They get shoved away in a junk drawer or the back of the cabinet and joined by similar items, creating large piles of unused clutter.