When it comes to decorating a studio apartment it requires a lot of thought, but what matters is giving every little space its own function. Studio décor involves putting a bedroom, kitchenette, and a living into one small space. Small spaces can be made to look bigger if you know the trick of utilising multipurpose furniture.
Spring is the perfect time to clear and balance our homes. When our homes are balanced we invite more positivity into our lives.
Feng Shui is about maximising our potential through enhancing our space. It’s about guiding, balancing and optimising the energy within a space to achieve the greatest benefit for the occupants.
Harveys has launched its new Snug range, a collection of British-made large and small sofas, love seats, chairs and stools – designed with cosy nights and squishy comfort in mind. With luxurious, quality velvets and a Superlux foam interior, this range oozes comfort, style and quality.
Valentine’s Day is coming round quickly and what better way to make your home a couple’s cosy haven than with a cute Love Seat!
Love Seats are shared armchairs, big enough for two people who just want to cuddle and snuggle on a cosy evening in together.
If you want your home interior to be completely cosy, while also being pretty contemporary and standing out from the average home, then you need to bring a little bit of boho into your home.
Here are some simple ways that you can update your home with a few choice boho touches…
If you’re looking for a contemporary twist on a classic design but don’t want to compromise on comfort, then look no further than the new affordable Daisy range from Harveys.
The hand-crafted range is made in Britain and available in over 80 different colour, pattern and fabric combinations – giving you a huge range of choices to suit the style of your home and it’s not just the colour that can be personalised. You can design your own furniture by also choosing the type of feet, the thickness of the cushioning and the texture of the fabric!
Getting that cosy feeling in your home is much easier than you think. No matter if you live in a flat, a terrace, or a house right in the middle of the country, all of these places can achieve a cosy feeling. Making your home look cosy is certainly an important task, adding fury things, cosy colourful throws can really help too. A cosy house is also warm and welcoming too, so there are a few ideas to help you get your house nice and warm as well.
In this day and age, it’s quite usual for young professionals to be working and living in the city on a tight budget. If that’s the case for you, you’re probably living in a relatively small property to help save money, time, and energy. You may have started a new job and are currently looking for a studio apartment for rent, or you could be a homeowner. It can be very easy for a small living space to feel cluttered and cramped. However, by paying attention to a few crucial details, you can turn that claustrophobic feeling flat into a palatial island of calm.