Most of us would just love to be able to work from the comfort of our home. But whether it’s specifically for work purposes or just for personal use, creating a home office that’s comfortable and practical to help you to be productive and organised can be a lot of fun to put together. It’s up to you to decide if you want to have a very professional-looking workspace or a quirky look. To help get you inspired with your home office we’ve got 17 very cool hacks to designing somewhere that is practical, colourful and unique.
Fairy lights aren’t just for Christmas.
They’re super cheap, pretty to look at, fun and easy to use, and can be put up in a myriad of different and creative ways.
Perfect for adding extra light to a dark corner, creating cute lighting decorations or setting the whole mood of a space, there’s no end to what you can do with them.
Here are 16 ways to use fairy lights in your home that you have got to try out yourself!
You don’t need to do an enormous haul to alter your home significantly. A really easy and affordable way to make a big change is with a paint job! A tin of paint can rejig old furniture, restore vividness and life to your entire home and really change the ambiance of a place. Take our word, and these tips!
Sometimes looking through the catalogue of homeware & design magazines and websites for inspiration can make us feel isolated from the unattainable homes we see in them. But us normal folk don’t live in those grand mansions, so here are 20 ways to make your petite home feel less cramped and more like those you draw inspiration from.
Now before we start, this isn’t an article berating anyone for being of a certain style, as so many articles have been in the press.
This is a celebration of different style, of young, quirky and urban style that offers us something different.
Here are 20 inspirational ideas to spark change and individuality in your home!
Ah, the ‘90s. Although the decade gifted us such gems as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The Lion King, and the Playstation, you might not remember the home decor trends quite so fondly. From the bold and bright colors, big frills and clashing patterns to the neutral Japanese-inspired spaces that defined the latter part of the decade and all that wall-to-wall carpet, ‘90s home decor unknowingly paved the way for many of the looks we love today.
So if you’re a fan of nostalgia, give your home a ‘90s makeover and check out these modern takes on our favorite design trends from… more than 20 years ago!
The humble staircase is that part of the house that always seems to get a bit neglected. Most of us see it as purely something functional and it usually finds itself just traipsed up and down all day, with coats tossed over its banisters and dirty shoes dumped on the steps. The thing is, your staircase can be so much more than getting up- and downstairs. It’s a connection between those spaces and it can play an important decorative role in your home. Check out these cool and creative decor ideas here to give your staircase a new purpose in life.
There’s much more to enjoying music at home than just sticking your bog-standard headphones in your ears, browsing YouTube on tinny laptop speakers, or streaming Spotify to some generic PC speakers. Hipsters are cool and they love cool music. Naturally they have all the best tricks up their denim sleeves to listen to music in the coolest, most hipster way possible. From record players to hand crafting your own set of speakers, here are 12 awesome ways to listen to your music at home like an audiophile hipster!
Modern society dictates that most of us will spend most of our time outside the home, working long hours and often traveling far distances. Research has shown that our frantic lifestyles have made it harder to switch off once home, so here are some ways to make your home a comfy space to unwind and separate from the nine to five regime.
Whether you’re a student or a fully employed adult, moving away from home is a pivotal coming-of-age move you’ll always remember. But what you don’t want to remember are the difficult aspects of moving into rented accommodation. No, no, not the having to do your own laundry or paying the bills, we mean the inability to decorate your new digs. You’ve sussed out how to decorate the kitchen and living room, so here are 12 tricks to make a potentially bleak bathroom into the best room, without the landlord on your case!