I was recently asked to take part in a rather exciting campaign with the lovely people over at More Th>n. As part of their Agony Aunt series, they have been tasking bloggers with home related questions and getting some advice of those tricker cleaning problems that come up.
It’s the start of a new month and that means only one things… time for another Bloggers’ Homes – The monthly interiors blog & vlog link up!
Thank you to everyone who linked up during April’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 using the hashtag #bloggershomes. It really is shaping up to be a great community out there and I love the inspiration and motivation that gets shared between everyone.
This month we have a gorgeous room feature from Jo at Not a Frumpy Mum, who is showing us around her freshly finished nursery. I’m loving this space and think it looks perfect for drifting off in!Continue reading
Sometimes the storage for toys can take up just as much space as the toys themselves. We can often find ourselves buying endless amounts of IKEA storage boxes and shelving just to keep everything tidy, but it hardly ever works. The trick to keeping toys at bay could be in how creative you get with your storage solutions.
Trying your hand at some DIY storage can have many benefits for both you and your home. With a myriad of tutorials and ideas strewn across the internet, there are plenty of ways you can create unique storage that not only houses your mountain of toys but also blends with the rest of your home. Self-storage experts Storebox, have put together a few tips and tricks on how getting creative with storage can benefit you.
It’s hard to believe that we are creeping up to that time in MM’s life where we are going to have to tackle the cot to bed situation. Don’t get me wrong, I’m in no hurry and it’s likely to be Christmas time before we actually do it, but I’m a stickler for getting my ducks in a row (if you remember the process I went through when Munch moved from cot to bed!)
There are a few hoops to jump through first and with 2 kids, work, renovations and general life… these things can really draw out (oh and a little bit of head in the sand denial that she is not a baby anymore…weep!)Continue reading
Choosing anything can be difficult if there are children involved, but just because you may have little ones running around it does not mean that you need to sacrifice style. It’s important that as well as being aesthetically pleasing, your floor should be practical and easy to maintain too. Here at Luxury Flooring we have narrowed down the choices so that you don’t have to!Continue reading