If you’re sick of blank walls, or the paintings you’ve got up are getting a little stale, now’s the time to shake things up a bit; a bit of negative space here and there is fine, especially when it’s a bit humid and hot indoors, but it’s not something we want to stare at forever. Here are a few ideas and tricks you can use to dress up your surroundings and make sure those four walls you paid so much money for are always pulling their weight!
I’m afraid to say it, but it’s true… summer is done and dusted. There’s a great big X on the calendar this week for many parents up and down the country, as children head back to school for the new term of a new year.
With all those awesome summer activities now memories, we’re sure to be spending more time darting in and out of the house for school runs, work shifts, and not forgetting those all-important extra-curricular activities.
Yes, our halls and staircases are about to become the most used part of our homes, once again.
You’ve had it with your obnoxious neighbours; the loud parties, the speeding up and down the street, and the harassing stares and obscene gestures. You’ve tried to play nice and talk with them, explain to them that their parties keep everyone up and your children play in the street, but they haven’t stopped their menacing behaviour.
There’s a lot to be considered when you’re preparing to sell your house. The actions you take to prepare your house to be viewed by potential buyers can either attract people or drive them away.
As most homeowners will be well aware, selling your house can be an extremely stressful, lengthy, drawn out process. It can cause headaches and heartache, not to mention the huge expense that is footed by the seller.
Typically, using estate agents is the first plan of action for people who are ready to up sticks and sell their house. But what exactly does using an estate agent entail? While it may be handy to have your home advertised to potential buyers, the process is a real fee-fest. Think solicitor’s fees, estate agent’s fees.
There’s a lot to consider when deciding on a house for you and your family. Not only do you have to think of the present, but if you have young children, it’s important to think of the future for them as well. A major deciding factor in where you chose to live will be the location, which should have all the desired facilities that will meet the requirements of you and your children.
Your home should serve as your personal sanctuary. It is a physical space where you get to bring in the things that inspire you, relax you, and suit your needs and tastes. If you own your own home you can customise it floor to ceiling. However, if you are renting you may make your mark through furniture and art. Whatever the circumstance may be, dedicating time, effort and a bit of money into making your space your own will have dramatic impacts on your overall wellbeing. If you are about to dig into a renovation or are looking for inspiration for your pad, then this article is for you. Read on for top tips on adding some class into your existing living space.
Without staircases, so many parts of our lives wouldn’t be accessible. Can you imagine trying to go up and down to different levels of your home or in and of even the simplest spaces without having access to stairs? Truth be told, staircases are so much more than access points. Staircases can also be beautiful focal points for your home as well