Designing a bedroom that is ideal for kids or teens is a much harder task than you may think! There are lots of factors that need to fit into place to keep younger ones happy, and if you’re unsure of where to start, we’re here to help. Here are the most important things to remember when creating a bedroom space for kids and teens.
Although our homes are meant to provide protection against the world outside, some people may experience some suspicious symptoms whilst relaxing in the comfort of their own homes. As some of you may remember, I have a horrible dust allergy. To the point where just emptying the vacuum can make me sneeze instantly. These common yet uncomfortable symptoms are often associated with dust allergies. Below is a list of some of the telltale signs you could have a problem with dust particles, along with some simple ways to deal with a dusty home to reduce possible dust allergy triggers.
When it comes to home updates and conversion options, you have plenty to choose from. All conversions will add a certain amount of value and extra space to your home, but which one is right for you? Take a look at the following popular conversion options and see which might be the best fit for your home (or maybe you can combine a few!).
Now that we’re coming into the cold and dark period things get a little tougher in many ways. The kids are not able to play outside as much, we are more likely to get depressed and bored, putting on weight as we’re not active enough. Winter can be a bit of a drag. So when we consider that it’s also the time of year when home repairs are most common and costly then it fast becomes some peoples least favourite season. But if we know what we are doing we can prepare and react quickly to the trials of winter when it comes to homeownership. Follow these essential home maintenance hints and tips to get the best out of your home during the coldest of all the seasons.
Buying a home is a big, big deal for some. And why not? It is one of the most significant investments people make. We made the jump at the start of the year and are enjoying making our family home. Some people rush into homeownership because they consider it as a sign of financial responsibility and adulthood. But buying a house is a huge commitment and truckload of work.
Staying on top of the cleaning with a house full of children whilst juggling a full time job and the rest of family life can be very close to a nightmare. Sometimes it’s ok to leave a bit of a mess when you simply don’t have the time to clear it away, but often there are risks that may come with an excess of grime or clutter. Especially if your children are still very young, its important that you take steps to protect them, as their immune system is not quite as strong as yours just yet. There are certain things you really should do in order to ensure that your home stays clean and safe for your little ones to enjoy, so read on to discover some handy tips for a hygienic family home.
One thing that is important to me is making an atmosphere, that WOW factor, without breaking the bank. Do you remember the Unicorn party theme I created a few years back? Thankfully my little lady is easily pleased so I can do that quite easily! Here are my top tips on creating a birthday party fit for a princess, including cakes, balloons and that all important table cloth!
Just one look at the price of an interior designer, or the cost of completely overhauling your property can be enough to convince you to do it yourself. Putting on the protective gloves and learning how to use a sander can not only be hugely satisfying but also provide a bit of a confidence boost in your own DIY skills. Savings some cash by undertaking the majority of the renovation work will provide you with some skills and expertise to do it all again in the future.