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Art Deco Bring Glitz and Glamour into Your Home

Soon, when the ‘20s are mentioned, we won’t be quite sure which ‘20s are in question. However, there are only one Roaring ‘20s, and it’s doubtful that anything or anyone will be able to take that glitz and glam and raise it up a notch. And even if it does…

Messy House Messy Mind

How to Keep Your House and Mental Health in Order Image source:pexels.com Clutter in our house not only looks bad, but it also messes with our mental health. If you are prone to piling things up at your home, it actually means you keep living in the past, not in…

Spring is Coming: Prepare Your Garden for the Upcoming Season

Spring is one of the most wonderful times in a year because it allows us to witness nature’s awakening. Gentle spring rain and warm sun rays make everything better, and it feels like every single blade of grass is striving for the sun. Some might say that spring gardening is…

Give Your Kitchen a Scandinavian Look

People of the Far North have always known how to make it through with limited resources. That austerity and resourcefulness gave birth to a unique home interior design that we now call Scandinavian style. It fuses minimalism with functionality resulting in sleek, laid-back approach that uses natural materials but is…

How to Create a Dog-Friendly Garden

People say that a house without a dog isn’t a home, and while that’s just a catchphrase, it’s also one of the truest things in the world. Yes, having a big house and a huge backyard is amazing, but just imagine how much better it would be with an adorable…

Five Benefits of Eco-Friendly Home Renovations

By Emily Folk One of the things you loved most about the house when you first saw it was its architectural charm — leaded pane windows, steep fairy-tale roof, cottage-paneled front door. But after living in it for a couple of years, you find yourself concerned with matters of efficiency…

Eco-Friendly Ways to Warm Your Home This Winter

By Emily Folk Heating the average home creates 6,400 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions if it uses natural gas and 4,700 pounds if it uses electricity. In colder states, heating could make up two thirds of a household’s energy costs each year. All of those greenhouse gas emissions can take…

Exterior Inspiration • The Steps To Enjoying Intimate Garden BBQs

The Steps To Enjoying Intimate Garden BBQs Dinner outdoors is something that is only usually possible in the UK during the summer months. This year, we’ve been blessed with a much warmer than usual, so temperatures at nighttime have been ideal for eating in the garden. However, not everyone is…

New Landscaping Trends You Need to Try

  Top 5 Chick Picks • Landscaping Trends! Landscaping trends have been changing very fast over the years, so if you want to make sure that your backyard looks amazing, you have to be well-informed and follow the latest trends. It’s very important that you take care of this part…

Vintage Home Ideas

 The Golden Age of Hollywood in the Comfort of Your Own Home The vintage glamour and glitz of the Hollywood Regency style isn’t reserved solely for those with the view of the Hollywood Sign. Characterised by elevated and sophisticated décor and an opportunity for bold self-expression, this style has charmed…

A Beginner’s Guide to Using Antiques in your Home

A Beginner’s Guide to Using Antiques in your Home By Emma Joyce There’s an old saying that goes: “What goes around, comes around”, and as old as it is, it’s proven to be true, at least when it comes to fashion and design. We witness the return of some old…

Interior Inspiration: Blocking Out

Interior Inspiration We all need some colour in our lives, particularly when the weather is oh, so bleak…. I have been admiring some projects of late that have embraced a monochromatic scheme (not to be confused with black & white). James Turrell’s quote articulates my feelings on these spaces: “I…

Creative Organisation Hacks That You’ll Adore!!

Creative Organisation Hacks By Stacey Cooper Raise your hand if you identify as a mother, businesswoman, cook, laundromat and cleaning lady. Now that we’re all here, I’d like to start by saying that as a successful businesswoman with a slight control freak mannerism, I really love to keep things in…

From Healthy Interiors to a Balanced Life

From Healthy Interiors to a Balanced Life Do you believe in Feng Shui? The ancient Chinese art of harmonizing everyone with the surroundings has deep roots in the belief that harmony in your environment will help you find harmony within. Your living space is a mirror of what is going…

Christmas Cool

Christmas Cool  I am a lover of real christmas trees. I love the smell, the look, even the pine needle in the foot doesnt phase me…however, I know not everyone is able to have (or indeed agrees) with having, a real christmas tree. So I have found some beautiful alternatives…

When Design becomes Art.

When Design Becomes Art. The appreciaition of Art is in the eye of the beholder. So when design becomes art is this also a matter of subjectivity? Or is there an element of freedom, creativity and complexity which leads one item to become so unique that it encompasses both design…

Environmentally friendly interior – minus the wooden pallets!

Environmentally friendly interior – minus the wooden pallets! I am, among many, someone who believes that we must do more to help the environment but guilty of not actually doing enough…I decided to look into environmentally friendly interior projects and materials available with the hope of making myself (and you!)…

Space within Space

Interior Design Inspiration: Space within Space by Alexa Page There is something about interior architecture which involves a ‘box in box’ which excites me. This is partly the allure of a possible secret hideaway,which is externally visible and makes me want to explore further. I also like the fact that…

Upcycling Varnished Wardrobe using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

Upcycling Wardrobe with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint I have been dying to Upcycle a wardrobe that came with the house. I believe it to be Victorian. I must admit I didn’t instantly fall in love with it, but it soon proved to be a very useful piece of furniture. It…