Most of the rooms in our house could do with a makeover; but the latest one we are slowly, but surely updating is the dining room. As a family, and individuals we spend quite a lot of time in the dining room; meal times, homework, crafts, cuppa time, and I sometimes work in there. It’s attached to our kitchen too and one of the first rooms to be seen when entering the house; so it’s quite a prominent room for first impressions!
At the moment we have the wallpaper on one wall, that my in-laws put up goodness knows how many years ago; but I remember it from when I first started dating The Husband, so it’s at least 12 years old! It’s not to
my our taste at all. We gave the other walls a lick of paint when we moved in (they were also an awful green colour); but we had the ceiling re-plastered last year and have been meaning to to update the “feature wall” ever since. But as usual, we take a long time to get around to it… Read more
You would consider yourself to be a pretty stylish lady with a passion for interior design. For many years you have followed interior design programmes on television and subscribed to countless home magazines in the hope that your house can one day look as chic and stylish as they do. Whether you want to incorporate light into your home or add a hint of uniqueness, you are ready to change up your home décor once and for all. Small and subtle changes will make your dreamy dwelling ideas come true; you just need to grab some more inspiration to help you along the way. Sometimes even the slightest of tweaks and additions can make a huge difference to the overall vibe of your home. Take your pick from this lovely list of innovative ideas and start your project today. Read more
House auctions have been around for a while, although most people go down the conventional route, it’s still a popular way to purchase a property with a shorter turn-around. You’ll often hear properties at auction going for a lot less than the area’s going rate, while this could be for a variety of reasons. From disputes over land agreements or desperate need for renovation to possible repossession. Read more