With such a variety of great rugs available, it can be hard to know what will be right for your room.
Decorating the bedroom of a teenager is no easy task. They’ll likely be filled will extravagant ideas of their dream space or literally no help at all. But creating a more mature room that shows off their personality is a great way to encourage your child to express themselves. We’ve put together some handy tips…
Parents no longer need to feel pressured to stick to using a stereotypical pink or blue bedroom colour scheme; gender neutral bedroom designs are growing in popularity and it’s for good reason!
If you are thinking about doing some significant shopping, November is the month to do so!
Whether it’s a box room, the back bedroom, the nursery, or the office, most modern homes suffer from a tiny third bedroom.
The moment your child hits their teenage years you instantly start to notice changes.
As summer is just on our doorstep, interior fanatics are excited to use this opportunity to transform their bedrooms from dark and muted wintery tones to more summery tones.
Your bedroom should be a sanctuary – a tranquil place where you can relax, escape and unwind.
Our bedroom is supposed to be a place where we feel safe, but all too often seniors end up falling or sustaining an injury getting into or out of bed, dressing, or simply walking from one side of the room to the other.