This post contains some affiliate marketing links. Working from home is something we all seem to be doing at the moment. And it is looking like some people are getting used this flexible working environment and might continue with this arrangement going on. As someone who works from home, there are a few tips that I have picked up along the way to help maximise productivity and offer creative boosts. If your home office space is not optimised for work, it will become difficul
Following on from the previous post, where I attempted to briefly break down sustainability and sustainable design, I'm now highlighting the ways we can make our interiors sustainable. Just before I get deeper into this, I'm just going to mention that I personally believe that sustainable interiors are not going to be instant. In the sense that it's going to be difficult to turn every aspect of every room in your house sustainable, instantly. The only way to achieve this is i
‘Sustainable Interior Design is a relatively new Interior Design trend based around a conscious and sustainable outlook on life. It takes into consideration the impact fast consumerism has on our environment and our carbon footprint. Typically this design style incorporates little to none synthetic and plastic materials. It champions local artisans and craftsmanship and focuses on sourcing local natural materials. This is my personal definition and interpretation of Sustainab
I'm finally back with another installment in the 'Quick Simple Ways to Restyle' series, and this week we're onto kitchens. Now kitchens are pretty complex things just based on the amount of things we have in our kitchens. So when it comes to restyling it's a little bit difficult. We don't need to change everything, it's just the little things that we need to tweak, but where do we start? I've spent quite a while thinking about this and a lot of what I came up with just sound
So continuing on with the 'Quick Simple Restyle' series, this week is bathroom week. Now I've had a few people comment on how some of the tips in the bedroom post weren't too expensive to carry out. And I'm glad you came to that conclusion because that is the aim of this series. I'm giving out bits advice that is super cost effective and hopefully time saving as well. Like I said in the previous post, sometimes a room doesn't need a lot of work to bring it back to life again.
Every so often we need to have a little change up in our homes. Just a little restyle, something inexpensive and quick. The perfect time of year to do this is now, just after the summer months as we head into autumn and winter. The best thing about this is that we're not breaking the bank but we'll end up with a new refreshed home. We're starting off with the bedroom this week, purely because that's where I've started myself this week. So here's a few tips and tricks that I'v
Room restyling or refreshing is an ideal way to breathe some life back into your spaces. Rooms can get a bit boring after a while, they begin to lack inspiration and personality. But you don't really want to redo the whole room but you want to do something bring back the wow factor. So what do you do? Below I have 10 tips to help you refresh your interiors and go from drab to fab. Bring that vivacity and life back into your spaces without breaking the bank. Splash The Paint Y
It's an exciting time in the world of Interior Design. Things are changing. But then things are always changing in the design world, so what is different about this year? I imagine you're asking. Well, the difference is that the new trends are drastically different to what we have grown comfortable with over the past few years. We're going to be stepping into a whole new world of design. It's equal parts exciting and terrifying. But it's going be nothing short of amazing. It'
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