Are you genuinely happy in your home? Or is there something missing? Something you can’t quite figure out, but it’s stopping you from saying “This is my forever home”.
We live stressful lives. With never-ending to-do lists. And when you come home after a long day, is your home the peaceful retreat you crave for?
In this guide, you will learn the ten steps to make your home your happy place. I can help you find the balance you need and improve your wellbeing.
Victorian houses can be a nightmare to renovate. Silly mistakes can cost you thousands and many people fall into the trap of thinking “the cheapest option will do”. That’s a quick and effective way to devalue your house.
If you’re looking to bring your home to its former period glory, you have to restore it sympathetically. Whether you’re extending or sprucing up the place always respect the heritage of the building — even the most simple ones.
A dark small living room is difficult to decorate. Get it wrong and it will look like that dodgy corner in the pub nobody wants to sit by.
The secret is planning. Every piece of furniture and accessory has to be carefully chosen. But there’s no need to compromise on style.
Let’s have a look at my compact living room mood board and discover helpful tips and tricks to conquer small awkward spaces.
Lack of storage is always an issue. And when you live in a small house or flat your options are limited. But why waste your precious floor space with heavy, chunky furniture?
Danish designer Poul Cadovius came up with a brilliant solution: wall-mounted shelving units. Something that had never been done before.
Let’s talk about the exquisite Royal System shelving. The innovative concept that started a furniture revolution and left a legacy that lasts today.