Everybody wants a home that they love. When you first buy your property, you may be overwhelmed by the amount of work that you have to do - especially if you have bought a fixer-upper.
Running your home can be hard. When you have a job, children, a social life, and health priorities to keep on top of, you’ll often find that staying on top of the home is the last thing that you want to do.
Upcycling is a fantastic way to use materials that you probably already have around the home for a fresh purpose. By doing this you can minimize waste and remain as eco-friendly as possible while adding some awesome new designs and pieces to your home that are completely unique.
Do you feel like you’re running out of space in your home? Make your new mantra "No more wasted space!" Even if all of the rooms are in use, chances are there are ways you can extend or switch up the way you use the space to ensure you’re getting the very most of it
When the summer is in full swing and the harvest picks up, I often don’t know what to do with myself. I have a productive vegetable garden and a few fruit trees that I don’t want to see going to waste. This keeps my evenings full of processing - peeling, washing, pitting.
Gardening should be fun and relaxing. Being outside and tending to plants, flowers and the like shouldn’t be stressful. But when the garden pests turn up en masse, that’s when things get difficult.
How have you been coping so far this summer? If these high temperatures have been driving you around the bend, you might have found that there is just no escape from them. And that’s even the case at night.
Can’t get to sleep at night because your home is too hot? While many of us look forward to the summer heat, there can be times when we all need a break from the scorching temperatures. Here are some ways in which you can keep your home cool during the summer months.
Summer is a strange season, we wait all year for it to come, and then we spend most of the time complaining about it! We complain that it’s too hot, the sun is too bright, and so on. This segues us perfectly onto today's blog post: how to get your home ready for the summer sun? Check out my advice, and let me know what you thought of it by dropping a comment afterward.
When we move into a property, we tend to accept it for what it is. The majority of us only make any changes to it through interior design and redecoration. Now, these methods can help your property to suit your tastes and truly feel at home. But why does the journey towards the perfect place have to stop here? Home renovations can make an even bigger difference than redecoration alone. It can redesign your property to ensure that it suits all of your needs down to a tee, making the space more appropriate and functional.