Home design can seem like a great idea. Honestly, it is. Being able to put together your home for yourself gives you complete creative control, right?Continue reading
When preparing your house ready to put onto the market, the main areas you focus on is the front of the house, repairing any damages or problems, as well as adding a new coat of paint to the walls to freshen them up.Continue reading
Lighting has a dramatic effect on interior design and what easier way to achieve this than the trusty light bulb.Continue reading
Lighting has come a long way in the past decade; no longer do you have to settle for ceiling lamp shades and the fluorescent kitchen lights of yesteryear.
The light fresh colours inspired by Scandinavian furniture is far from over, but darker wood is now getting a well-deserved look in.
Lighting doesn’t just illuminate a room with the glow from a bulb, it’s also a great way to add style to the interior of a home, along with character and an added design flare.
Domestic lighting solutions have evolved in leaps and bounds over the past few decades.
The Winter season brings colder temperatures and darker nights. We bring out our knitwear, turn up the central heating and try to remember to get up a little earlier to de-ice our cars.
Whether you’re living in a 1 bedroom flat or 3 bedroom cottage, everyone has at least one room in their home that is small and possibly problematic to decorate.