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.
If you own a property that you want to rent out to tenants, you may find tenants sooner if the property is well decorated. But if the job is too large to do yourself, or you just don’t have the time, what do you need to know about hiring a decorator?
Adding a lick of paint to your living areas is an easy and affordable way to refresh the look of your property. However, although it’s not too difficult to revamp each room, there is one aspect that often catches people out – and that’s what colour to choose!
Whether you're a landlord or a tenant, you may be keen to do a spot of redecorating this year.
If you're a landlord, decorating your property can make it more tempting and can help to reduce the amount of time it takes to find a new tenant.
If you're a tenant, decorating can make your home even more homely (just make sure you get your landlord's approval first!)
Every landlord needs to repaint their properties from time to time. Those who rent to students may find that they need to paint every year, but for most properties you can go 4 to 5 years between paintings.
One of the most important parts of the rental process; especially for landlords has to be the inspections.
Most of us are well aware of how our living environment can affect our mood. And that’s why as a tenant you might be keen to change your bedroom or living room décor scheme to one that exudes calm rather than havoc or noise.
With changing trends and the variety of beautiful home furnishings and accessories available online and on the high-street, it’s hard to resist giving your home a little refresh. Unless you’ve decided to undertake a full makeover, there are some easy ways to rework living spaces without breaking the bank.