I’m beyond restless with waiting to show you completed rooms, so I’m taking to showing you some corners that are complete. First up I’m going to show you my grown up dressing table, which is an Ikea Malm and how I decorated it and then show you how I have organised the rather spacious drawer itself.Continue reading
Pinch punch, first of the month… and that could only mean 1 thing! It’s Bloggers’ Homes time again… the monthly homes & interior blog and vlog link up – yippee!
Thank you to everyone who linked up during February’s Bloggers’ Homes, you can scroll down to reveal the winner. Also, thank you to all those who tweeted and shared their space on instagram. It really is shaping up to be a great community out there.
Looking to update your kitchen on a budget? I will show you how to inject a new lease of life into your kitchen and learn to love it again with these 5 top tips to update your kitchen.Continue reading
The home you share with your kids needs to be a safe, comforting, and entertaining environment, but the goal posts for what this entails change over time. Toddlers will interact with your home in a completely different way to children in their early teens. Kids grow up quickly, so while you need to make provisions for them at all ages, you need to try and do so in a cost effective and flexible manner.
Planning the design of your child’s room with the future in mind will make it much easier to make cost effective changes as the needs and wants of your child shift over the years. A growing child will be frustrated in a room designed for a toddler, but it is not reasonable to completely redecorate every couple of years from scratch. Follow these tips to make the process of designing your child’s room a little bit easier.Continue reading