If you have a spare room at home, it’s so worth making the most of it. Whether you’re renting or buying your property, this is space that you’re paying for so why let it go to waste? When you consider how short on space so many people are in their homes (especially those that live in big cities) it seems crazy to waste perfectly good rooms that you have access to.
The majority of the little touches that make a room, such as LEGO storage boxes, a desk, an array of LEGO-themed toys, minifigures and soft toys we already owned. However, once the room was completed there was something missing. We’d utilised some superhero style bedding that we’d purchased a couple of years ago when we had hoped to change the decor in the nursery for him. But never got round to using to doing it. And whilst there is nothing wrong with the bedding set it just didn’t fit his new room. Which given that he had waited so long for it, I wanted it to be perfect.
It’s back to school, but for parents whose kids aren’t quite so small, ‘back to school’ is a whole different ball game. After battling through those torturous teenage years, your eldest is finally spreading their wings and leaving the nest. Heck, who’d have thought you’d actually be dreading it?
Do you have a little one at home who’s football mad? Whether they’re the next Harry Kane or they caught World Cup fever, find out how you can create a football themed bedroom without breaking the bank.
How often do you find that you are snuggled up in your bed not really wanting to leave that spot, but wishing that you were just a bit closer to the TV and TV remote? It’s a common problem that many people face on a daily basis. The good news? There’s a way that you can snuggle in bed and have your TV time, too. With a TV bed, your dream can become a reality.
How did you choose the mattress that is on your bed right now? Were you one of life’s organised and…
Is your bedroom more dated and drab than dazzling? If so, you don’t have to spend a fortune or devote every spare hour of the day to create a stunning, serene boudoir. There are some simple ways you can revamp the space to produce a beautiful sanctuary you won’t want to leave.
Confession time… Tigger suffers from the middle child syndrome. Bless his heart he has never really had a bedroom kitted out to the way he would choose. Up until we moved home two years ago he had the box room. Which was the nursery that had decorated for the arrival of Roo. In neutral tones of cream and cocoa to tie in with the Mamas & Papas Barnaby Bear theme, we had chosen. It was never redecorated for his arrival or the subsequent years he called it his bedroom. It never had his own stamp on, it was just a room where he slept and kept his belongings.