It is no secret that a small plant can instantly freshen up a home and bring some clean air to a room. However, many people these days are afraid of bringing something green and leafy into their home for fear it might lead to more bugs or because they don’t have the knowledge or time to look after it. If you’re one of these people then hopefully the pointers below can change your mind. With these no fuss, but maximum joy plants it really isn’t too tricky to bring the outside in and with any luck they’ll compliment the decor… double win!
Its time to say goodbye to sticky, fiddly and often expensive wallpaper and hello to wall transfers! Basically your new best friend! They are great things and here is my summary of why you should the hit the shops to grab some!
A minimalist lifestyle is becoming ever popular. However, I believe that no one can ever be truly minimalist… there is always space in a home for some frames, photos and memories. After all, your home is a reflection of you, your family and everything you have been through.
Winter maybe officially over but I dont believe that should stop us from taking design inspiration from our Scandinavian neighbours over in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Skandi design has become ever popular for its simple colour schemes, high functionality and endless versatility.
Does your house have that small and unusable space that you don’t know what to do with? It may be by the stairs, under a slanted roof or on the landing. In new build houses architects will often try to develop these areas by making them into useful storage areas. However, if you find you have a little space like this don’t just let it be a corner for hoarding your junk, make use of it! Continue reading “Small Spaces”
I guess we will never know who really is the fairest of them all but we can keep filling our homes with mirrors in the hope that one day we might find out. Light reflecting surfaces in any form are the (second) best way to bring light to a room and make it appear more spacious. Continue reading “Mirror, Mirror”