Improving Your Kitchen

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As the saying goes the kitchen is the heart of the home, and many people would certainly like to believe that that is the case. Whether your kitchen is small or large you can make it the real focal point in your home. more “Improving Your Kitchen”

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Creating an under the sea themed bedroom fit for a mermaid

Last year as we reshuffled bedrooms following the loft extension, decorating our old room for our daughter got pushed back to ‘next year’ because in all honesty we needed a rest from chaos. more “Creating an under the sea themed bedroom fit for a mermaid”

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What could you do to love your home again?

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If you feel that your household has started to lose its appeal then it might be time for a renovation project. This doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. Often, the necessary solutions are the easiest. The small details make all the difference when it comes to interior design. more “What could you do to love your home again?”

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How to add value to your home

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If you’re thinking of selling your home, or plan to in the next 5-10 years, it’s worth knowing how you can add the most value to your home. There’s the obvious ones, getting an extension, converting your garage and a loft conversion, but it doesn’t always have to cost you the Earth if you want to add value to your home. more “How to add value to your home”

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#ColourYourPersonality What do the shades in your home say about you?

If you look around your home, do you see a trend? Colours which repeat again and again or seem to find their way into every room? I was asked by Julian Charles to take on the #ColourYourPersonality campaign to see if the shades in my life are telling more about me than I ever realised… more “#ColourYourPersonality What do the shades in your home say about you?”

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GUEST POST: How to add cosy comfort to your home during the cold months

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Even though spring has sprung here in the UK, we don’t seem to have shifted the last of the cold weather just yet. Whilst the cold weather isn’t exactly inviting to head outside, it does have the added benefit of meaning that you can get cosy, warm and snuggled up inside instead. However, what about if your home is less than inviting? more “GUEST POST: How to add cosy comfort to your home during the cold months”

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Guest post: How to transform your working life with a garden office

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Both my husband and I work from home on some level, and our current desk set up in the corner of the bedroom, whilst carefully adjusted for optimal posture, isn’t the most inspiring of work spaces. With the loft extension on the horizon, we are set to rethink our office space, but suddenly, my attention has been captivated by the idea of a garden office – imagine the beauty of that! Plus it’d also free up the box room as a walk in wardrobe? more “Guest post: How to transform your working life with a garden office”

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A big home project for 2018: The loft extension

At the time I begun my blog, the dust was settling on some big changes in our life; our second daughter, my redundancy and a big home renovation project. more “A big home project for 2018: The loft extension”

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Optimise your home for happiness

What does the word “home” mean to you? We all interpret this word differently and assign various meanings to it. However, the most common interpretation of “home” is a place where you can relax, be yourself, and enjoy your time. And with the task of balancing your work, social, and family life a difficult one, you need a place to feel at ease from time to time. more “Optimise your home for happiness”

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How to Healthify your home in three key areas

Health means different things to different people, but there are some undeniable aspects of our lives that can affect our well-being in positive or negative ways. more “How to Healthify your home in three key areas”

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