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They say home is where the heart is, so if that’s the case, shouldn’t we be putting as much investment into our personal space as we do to keep our hearts happy and healthy? Creating a home that makes you fall in love with it again and again, is one of the best ways to boost happiness in our lives. And it doesn’t need to cost a fortune either. Property upgrades, simple DIY projects and giving your space a little TLC all go a long way.
We all have them in our homes. It’s that one corner which doesn’t really serve a definite function other than adding to the aesthetic appeal of the room. The most common things that can be seen there would be a lamp, statue, vase, side table or display cabinet. It may add to the overall appeal of the room but it doesn’t really add to its functionality. More…
When it comes to your home’s design, the importance of the right window treatment is often underestimated. Windows that flair style have the power to change the way a room looks and feels in terms of shape, size and ambience yet for many homeowners, it tends to be the last consideration. More…
Have you heard the expression that it is the little things that make a big difference. The secret to transforming your home and achieving the dreamy look is very simple – pay attention to the details. The details – the bowl on the coffee table, the soft pillows on the upholstery, the creative lamp near your bed are all things that if carefully chosen will make each room look complete.
If you want to spruce up certain areas of your home, here is a collection of ideas I have been collecting for a while now! Most of them are low-cost and will work in almost every home!
If you have the privilege to work from home, you are one of the few lucky people who get to spend their eight hours of work in the comfort of their home. Well, it might actually be more than eight hours, since according to someone: “Being your own boss is great, it means you get to decide which 18 hours you want to work.” Whether it will be 8 or 18 hours, it is important that you have a comfortable places that enhances your productivity. Here comes the tricky bit. More…
I am back with a few tips on how you can transform your garage beyond recognition. We have a car, but we used our garage mostly as a dumping point for all sorts of crap (pardon my French!). We stored electric appliances, an old sofa and a wooden chest (I will let you know what we did with it later on). For this reason we decided that we had to do something about this mess! We didn’t mind parking our car outside and we used all our creativity to transform the garage into something more useful – a studio for the garage band of my husband.