Four Easy Living Room Crafts To Do This Weekend

image source   If you are looking for some fun ways to make your living room a little bit more interesting and unique this weekend, there are actually plenty of things you can do. You don’t have to spend days and days working on the living room to make it look great, you can spend just a few hours on day this weekend and make some cute little items to vamp up the area and make it feel fresh. Here are some fun and easy crafts to do this weekend in your home.   DIY cushions One of the easiest DIYs you can do for your living area is to make your own cushions. There are so many different ways you can make cushions for the home and you can…

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Interiors: Making large rooms feel Cosy

Small rooms are a nightmare to decorate. Trying to get them to feel roomy and not cramped can be a big challenge but there are plenty of little tricks you can use to make them appear more spacious. But what people don’t often consider is the challenges that come with a large room. Larger rooms are great for entertaining but they’re often quite impractical for day to day living and they’re not great relaxation spaces because they don’t feel that cosy. Luckily, there are some simple changes you can make to create a large room that is more practical and has multiple uses. If you’re struggling to decide what to do with the larger rooms in your house, why not try some of these things? Pexels Split The Room Often…

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Interiors: 5 ways to Brighten up your Home

Looking for a way to make your home feel brighter and more inviting this summer? A lot of the time during the summer months our homes become incredibly cramped and hot, and we feel as if the whole space needs a breath of fresh air to make it feel right once again. To make sure that your Home stays bright and airy during the summer, here are some things you can do.   Get new windows The first job that you could do when you come to brighten up your Home is to buy new windows. It is a big investment to make, however, the difference it will make to the overall look and feel of your home is incredible. You can look at roseview window and think about getting…

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Interiors: 4 Benefits of Minimalism

  Everyone has their own style. This also translates to the fact that everyone has their own tastes for decors and decorating. It’s important to know that whatever you love the most, and however you and your partner’s tastes can meet is often the best way to move forward. However, sometimes, our tastes aren’t that good. We might invest effort to make a home just how we like it, and then realize it looks cluttered, cramped, strange, conflicted or uncomfortable. This isn’t to immediately paint you with a brush and tell you to reconsider your confidence in decorating. Quite the opposite. Sometimes, finding inspiration in that around us can help us find a home-style we actually really enjoy, that can help you refine your tastes and in the end, enjoy…

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Interiors: How To Create A Cosy Lounge

Image source   Of all the rooms in your home, which will be your favorite? Some will say the kitchen, some will always choose their bedroom, but it’s safe to say that your living room is always going to be a high contender. Your living space is always where you’re able to relax and unwind in the evenings. It’s where you can spend lazy days. And it’s always where you can enjoy some quality time with your partner or your family. So, you’re always going to want to make sure that this room is as cozy as possible. But how are you going to do it? When you have a set design theme running through your home, you won’t always want to go too homely with your living room just…

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Interiors: Living Room Storage + Mirrors

Since we redecorated the living room I’ve been on the hunt for more storage and a few other bits, so we can get rid of the units that don’t go with the new decor. Currently we have a large pile of wicker crates full of toys and other bits in a little alcove under a window, and I really want to find a unit to fit in there nicely as it’s too small to put an arm chair or anything there but is wasted space if we don’t use it, but the current wicker crates look messy! I’m thinking a low side table with storage would work well, as we could always use it as a an extra table in the evenings closer to the sofas for drinks and things!…

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Does where you live influence how you style your home?

Before we bought this house I’d lived in a variety of rented homes, all decorated in varying degrees of ‘niceness’… A Studio flat above the pub I worked at: yellow walls with a terracotta feature wall round the original 60’s fireplace. Oh, and green swirly pub carpet left overs. At least I didn’t have to pay rent! A new build town house in Brighton – gorgeously magnolia from top to bottom and they were just finishing laying the cream carpets as we moved in! But we weren’t allowed to do a thing to it, so magnolia and personality free it stayed. A poky flat in Brighton North Laine opposite a comedy club – amazing location but the walls were so wonky that you couldn’t even think of putting shelves up,…

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