Nowadays when you flick through home decor magazines, you are greeted with simple, plain and neutral designs that look extremely neat and modern. Although these designs are very attractive, they aren’t always the best thing for your home. In reality, having so much white and grey can be very difficult to maintain especially if you’ve got small children. Luckily, there are so many chic and old fashioned home trends that are re-emerging right now. Whether you’re trying to change up your bathroom design or find a new look for your living room, consider some of the following ideas to inject a little old school into your home. Read more
The living room should be a place where you can relax and unwind at the end of the day, and escape all of the stresses of modern life. It is often the focal point of the home and the room that gets used the most, so it is important that it is an inviting space. But sometimes, it doesn’t feel like that and it’s not a pleasant place to spend time. If you are planning to give your living room a makeover soon, here are a few simple ways that you can make it more inviting.
Green with envy when you see other people’s dining rooms? Well, you needn’t be because you too can have a stylish space for family dinners and entertaining. In fact, one of the biggest trends in dining rooms right now is to use green as an accent colour. A subject you can find out more about in the post below.
We all have our own styles we want to see throughout our homes. Some of us are into the contemporary side of things, with plenty of light shades on the wall and clear space around the floor. Some of us turn to the mid century for a comforting look, with bright couches to sit on and perfectly varnished wood coffee tables to rest a crossword book on. And some of us like the vintage side of things. We like to look around the room and see 70s retro, or a throwback to the 1950s. It’s just how we like to live; a bit of aged decor here and there and we feel right at home. Read more
Upcycling is a cheap and easy way to transform the look and feel of a home, creating pieces of furniture unique to your space.
In addition to the design element, it is also a very good way of reducing waste, therefore creating a positive impact on the environment. With economical and mass made options available, people become used to buying new furniture for their homes as trends change, rather than looking for longer-lasting, classic, and timeless options. Read more