Every now and again, your home will start feeling out of date. Fashions move fast and so do you. We all change over time, so it’s no wonder we outgrow our decor choices. If money isn’t an issue, you can move home or renovate completely. Most of us don’t have that freedom, though. When you’re living on a budget, updating isn’t so easy. That’s not to say it’s impossible, though. There’s cheaper action you can take to make your home the way you want it.
Are you struggling to find ways to clean the clutter in your home? I don’t know about you, but I feel more stressed and “off” when there’s too much clutter around. If the clutter has been getting on top of you, it’s time to make a change. We all know that returning to a disorganized home is a horrible feeling. Stop your home woes by turning your attention to clearing that clutter. Be ruthless (yes,
Looking for a way to save money? Why not invest in the planet? Living eco-friendly and taking an interest in climate change is increasingly becoming more profitable. Here are just a few ways that you can save and earn money by going green.
Solar panels convert sunlight into energy, cutting costs on your electricity bills in the long run. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to live in a place with constant blue skies to reap the benefits of this technology – most solar panels will still generate power even on the cloudiest of days.
If you’ve started feeling unhappy at home all of a sudden, there could be a few reasons this is happening. Alternatively, if your home has never really ‘done it’ for you, the reasons in this post could give you a clue as to why. Here are 6 reasons you’re not happy with your home, and a few tips on what to do about them!
You’re Listening Too Much To Other People
Maybe you’re listening too much to other people,
If you’re looking to create the best living room with your own personal touch to it, follow these ideas for living room must haves, and you’ll be there in no time.
1 – Storage
Do you have a load of DVDs or video games, or maybe books? You will need a place to put all of these things; that is within easy reach for you, but hidden,
Earth Day was celebrated around the world a few weeks ago. It was started in 1970 by the then Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson. He started it in response to an oil spill that he’d witnessed in Santa Barbara in 1969. The following year, 20 million people took part in events such as rallies or university protests and the environment has been celebrated every April 20th since; 2017 was no different and Earth Day found itself in the news because of the March for Science event that took place primarily in Washington D.C.
Creating a luxury home is all about going through room by room and figuring out what you can do to make it even more lavish. The great thing about doing this is that these days, you don’t need to spend a fortune to do it. You can find plenty of accessories and things that don’t cost the earth and will look great in your home. Let’s take a look at some of the things you can do to each room in your home!