Small home decor tips that won’t leave you feeling flat
A recent study showed that the average flat in the UK is just four times the size of an average car parking space - it’s no wonder then that many of us find decor a challenge in our ‘bijou’ homes. Lack of storage space and cramped rooms can make it a struggle to make a home look great but, here, we’ve put together our top tips for super-sizing your pint-sized abode.
As the time comes to pack away the tinsel and the tree for another year, our thoughts turn to updating our homes in the new year. As 2019 approaches, designers have been outlining their home decor trends for the new season and, we’ve put together some of our faves - and how to revamp without having to remortgage to pay for it.
Valentines Day is the perfect time to spoil your loved ones and celebrate special relationships with family and friends. However, it’s not just the people in your life that deserve special attention, it’s your home too.
Although renting a property can be an exciting decision, one of the downsides is being limited with how you style your home. Depending on your landlord and contract, you may not be able to choose your own wallpaper or paint your interiors, so how can you put your personal stamp on the property you’re residing in. Here, we take a look at how you can make your rental property feel like home.
When you are renting your property to tenants, the appearance of the interior will have a large impact on how appealing your property is. By making your property look more appealing, you can cut the amount of time it takes to rent it. Here are some easy interior design tips that can make a big difference.
Kitchens are often described as the hub of the home. A place to cook fabulous meals, chat to friends over coffee and whip up lunches ahead of the working day. This room is also said to boost the value of your property. Plus it’s one of the spaces that attract potential buyers or renters looking for their ideal home.
As the song goes, Christmas is “the most wonderful time of the year,” but the festive season can also be the busiest for many people. So if life’s been hectic recently and you haven’t got round to decorating your home for Christmas yet, don’t panic – we’ve got some great suggestions to help you out.
Preparing for a new arrival is an exciting time - and an expensive one! From stocking up on nappies to fitting baby alarms, costs soon mount up; particularly when creating a nursery for Junior’s arrival. Sadly, most of us can’t quite stretch to a Kardashian style ‘baby suite’, however there are a number of ways in which you can style a nursery without breaking the bank or signing up for a degree in decorating!
Adding a touch of luxury to your home can be a costly and difficult affair. However, this article will highlight seven tips that could help you transform your home from utilitarian charm to boutique luxury – without having to splash out too much of your hard-earned savings!
Buy to let property is a highly popular investment these days. With traditional savings options offering very little in the way of rewards, more and more people are turning to second homes as a way to make their savings work for them.
Vintage and antique décor has become a huge homeware trend in recent years. The charm and uniqueness of each piece offer you something different from your average high-street home accessories.
If you’re looking to add a touch of vintage chic to your interiors, there are plenty of options on beautiful homeware and accessories available. In our recent post, we highlighted where you can find the best vintage décor online. But if you like an authentic shopping experience where you can see and get a real feel for how something will look in your home, checking out the highstreet is the best option.