improve your home

When you’ve lived somewhere for a few years, it’s easy to end up feeling as though the place has lost its charm somewhat. A home that you might have truly loved when your first moved in can often end up feeling as though it doesn’t really have all that muchContinue Reading

perfect patio

A patio makes a great addition to any garden, offering a social space for hosting garden parties and eating al fresco or simply relaxing in the sun. A patio can even add value to your home, helping to make your property more attractive to buyers if you plan on selling.Continue Reading

dinner party

Got a dinner party planned? On top of wowing your guests with flavors, a dinner party is also a chance to impress your guests visually by turning your home into a private themed restaurant for the night. Whether you want something fun or classy, here are some tips for decoratingContinue Reading

rural countryside

If you get the chance to, moving to the countryside is a brilliant idea. There’s just something so amazing about the rural countryside. You get to finally escape the loudness and crazy rush of urban life. Sadly, not everyone is in a position where they can take up homesteading andContinue Reading

calm atmosphere

It’s generally accepted that the first year of living in a new home is largely considered a transitional phase. However, that needn’t stop you from gaining maximized enjoyment right away. In most cases, instilling a relaxed vibe and a calm atmosphere is easily the most important factor.   This mayContinue Reading

rental

The only problem with the renter’s lifestyle is the feeling that you are never fully home. If you move a lot, or even if you are a long-term renter, you can end up feeling like you are just minding someone else’s property for them. This is a really common feelingContinue Reading

feng shui

Your home decor is often perceived as an extension of your identity. However, the Chinese New Year has brought back to mind an interior philosophy that has made its way into Western homes: Feng Shui. There is also an Indian equivalent that you might have heard about, which is calledContinue Reading

If you’ve got a larger home, you may have a room that you barely use. One that you once had big ideas for, that is now full of old furniture, clutter and things that you haven’t found a home for yet. Instead of a “messy drawer,” you’ve got a messyContinue Reading