With the holidays here; the last thing you might be thinking about is the maintenance of the exterior of your house. However, if you’ve noticed a few issues when you’ve been stringing up the festive lights; it could be time to write a different kind of list, and plan what you need to do during the new year. Minor issues on the outside of your home can escalate to major problems, especially in various weather conditions. If the problems on your home’s exterior aren’t dealt with as soon as possible; they can begin to creep into your interior space and bring those issues inside the home. Therefore it’s crucial that you make a thorough list of all the jobs that need doing so that you have a comfortable and functioning household during 2018. Read more
You might look around your home and sigh because there’s not as much space as there used to be or it’s not in as good a shape as it used to be. You had children and, as your family grew, your home struggled to cope with the overload; the more people and possessions there are in a household, the smaller it feels. And let’s not forget that all those kids (in fact, one kid is enough) crashing about the house are bound to do some damage. Read more
7 Accessories That Will Transform Your Home into a Relaxing Haven
Everyone knows that maintaining a clean home goes a long way in keeping a person’s stress levels low. After all, no one wants to come back to a place that’s messy and untidy after a busy work day. Making a few smart changes can improve the atmosphere of any home. Imagine coming home and feeling immediately refreshed and less stressed all by adding a few accessories to your house. Below, we list down some items that can elevate your home from merely comforting to positively soothing: Read more
When most people consider the design of the inside and outside of their homes, they tend to do it separately. Indoors is the most prominent priority, of course, and once that is finished, you can focus a little more on creating a fantastic garden space. Read more
Let’s face it, just about all of us would like to be able to live somewhere just a little bit bigger. Of course, just because you would like it doesn’t mean that it’s something that’s actually possible. As nice as it would be, most of us are pretty limited in how much space we actually have in our homes. However, just because your home isn’t that big doesn’t mean that you don’t have the chance to make the most of the space that you do have. Here are a few things that you can do to get more out of even the smallest home.
Your bedroom is the most private space in your home. Your beautiful boudoir should be a place that makes you feel calm and relaxed, a place that welcomes you to unwind and feel at peace. With all the mayhem circulating our day to day lives it’s so important that our bedrooms feel lovely, laid back and look as sumptuous and luxurious as possible. So with that in mind, here are a few simple tricks to making sure your bedroom feel extra special. 80 Read more
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Cleaning can be a chore. Fortunately there are many modern kitchen gadgets and features that can take out the elbow grease. Here are a few ways to keep your kitchen clean more easily. Read more
If you don’t already have smart home technology, then you’re missing out. Thanks to smart home hub devices and the appliances they can connect to, we’re getting a glimpse of what the future will hold. We can now use our voice to control everything from the lights to our coffee machines, and the future is only getting brighter with more appliances coming with built-in smart features that can connect to our digital ecosystems. Read more
Many of us have one – a spare room in the house that we don’t do anything with. Maybe it is a bedroom but you don’t often have people over to stay or it is just a dumping ground where boxes and other clutter has started to stack up. So, why not get creative and transform that room into somewhere that you can use and enjoy? If you are looking for a few ideas for what you could do with the space, this guide is here to give you a helping hand.
There’s nothing more satisfying than purchasing a home that you can put your own stamp on. The wallpaper may be peeling, the dreaded black mold may be emerging from under the window sills, and the swirly beige carpets might have been all the rage back in the ‘70s. Nevertheless, there’s something about this property that you love. You know that you can transform it from a derelict shell into a much-loved family home. As with any fixer-upper, the costs can quickly skyrocket. Take a look at these jobs that you could complete yourself allowing you to get truly immersed in your project as well as saving you some cash. Read more