While shorter, cold, dark days and longer nights, snuggling in front of a warm fire with hot cocoa are all hallmarks of the cold season, less talked about are the winter blues
When we think of Christmas traditions, we often think of the warmth and contentment experienced in our decorated and seasonally embellished home. Of our desire to bring friends and family together to share in the joyousness of the season and to look toward all the possibilities for the approaching new year.
The feeling of vastness and space is at once linked with peace, serenity and abundance. No surprise then that every time you clear out the clutter and the junk that somehow manages to accumulate of it’s own accord, there is a distinct feeling of accomplishment, followed by a sense of relief, openness and calm.
A Quick Guide Decluttering Room-by-room. The spaces in which we live reflect our personalities, personal style and unique tastes. In turn, our spaces affect how we feel about ourselves and the world around us.
IKEA’s Billy Bookcase is a classic piece of furniture that has captured the hearts and imagination of many IKEA furniture fans.
With the winter season just around the corner, it is time to examine some of the essential gadgets to have at home to keep you and the family warm and cosy.
Children invariably live in a world of imagination, one in which giants roam the earth and unicorns fly with glitter-dusted wings.
If you had to clean out the air filters on an air-conditioner, you would know how filthy the air around us is, especially so if you live in the city.
Wall decals have long been used as an easy and quick way to decorate a space. The ability to use and reuse and subsequently remove wall decals make them a popular choice for children’s rooms and rooms with themes. While typical wall decals have always been made with cheap and cheerful PVC, a new range […]
As adults, when we think of decorating spaces, or main attention is primarily drawn to wall colours and choices, flooring while important, often is secondary, not unimportant but secondary.