Author: Jo Jeffries

4 Ways to make your house cosy for winter 0

4 Ways to make your house cosy for winter

Now that the nights are beginning to draw in is a good time to think about upping the cosiness factor of your home. Of course little things like turning up the heating and changing...

What to put on your living room walls 0

What to put on your living room walls

Your living room is the room you intend to spend a large proportion of your time in. It is where you expect to unwind after a hard day at work. And, where you will...

How to dress your windowsill 0

How to dress your windowsill

Windowsills come in all shapes and sizes from barely-there strips of uPVC to the low, wide bay windows that could so obviously be used as extra seating. A well-dressed window deserves a well-dressed windowsill....

How to make more space in your smallest bedroom 0

How to make more space in your smallest bedroom

If your house has a bedroom that is barely big enough to fit a bed, let alone any other furniture, it can be a struggle to make it useful. After all, even if you...

His and Hers Bathroom Design – What to Include 0

His and Hers Bathroom Design – What to Include

Moving into your first home together is an exciting time. It’s only natural that you will want to put your own stamp on the place. For many couples moving in together for the first...

Innovative Ideas to Create Extra Space 0

Innovative Ideas to Create Extra Space

Hand on heart, can you honestly say you have enough space in your home for all your belongings? It seems that no matter how big a house you live in there is always a...

No Room for a Nursery? Here’s How to Cope 0

No Room for a Nursery? Here’s How to Cope

When it comes to babies, everyone has their own ideas of what works best. Experts recommend that babies sleep in the same room as their parents for at least the first six months of...

Conservatory or Extension – Which is Best for Your Home? 0

Conservatory or Extension – Which is Best for Your Home?

No matter how much room you think you have in your home there can come a point, especially as your family grows, when it can feel like you simply don’t have enough space. Moving...

Kitchen Layout options for the Modern family 0

Kitchen Layout options for the Modern family

When every minute counts and you’ve got filthy fingerprints tugging at your trousers and a military operation to complete before bedtime, being able to use your kitchen to its full potential requires careful planning....

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Choosing lighting for small rooms

As any interior designer will tell you, small rooms can be tricky to work with. Not only do they lack space, but they can also lack natural light. There are, however, some really good...

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Stylish Options for a Bedroom/Office

The last couple of years has seen a dramatic rise in the number of employees remote working. Employers are now responding to increased demands for a more flexible working environment and hours. If your...

Which window dressing suits you best? 0

Which window dressing suits you best?

There are such a huge variety of window dressings out there, it can be tricky to choose which will work best for your windows. Undoubtedly within your home you will have windows of all...

Built in wardrobes vs freestanding – what’s best for your space? 0

Built in wardrobes vs freestanding – what’s best for your space?

There is no getting around the fact that a wardrobe is an imposing piece of furniture. Therefore it’s important to choose one that you love and that works for you. Aside from the colour...

Wall decor alternatives to mirrors and pictures 0

Wall decor alternatives to mirrors and pictures

There is no doubt that a well chosen and well placed picture or mirror can add a certain je ne sais quoi to your wall. Mirrors can give the impression of space, whilst pictures...

Under stairs space and what to use it for 0

Under stairs space and what to use it for

If you are keen to maximise the square footage in your home then why not have a think about that unused space under the stairs. You may or may not have it closed off...