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12 Of The Best Wall Clock Designs

February 9, 2018
12 Of The Best Wall Clock Designs

  Considering most of us live our lives constantly being led by the hands of time, I thought we’d take a look at some wall clock designs today. Our days so often dictated to by time and the inevitable clock watching that follows, I thought we might as well do it in style. 12 Of The Best Wall Clock Designs I’ve rounded up 12 that will hopefully make your timekeeping more aesthetically pleasing even if you’re always running late. As I…

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The Cactus Trend

May 19, 2017

I thought we’d have some fun today with the Cactus.  It’s been a growing trend over the past couple of years, but this year, it appears we really are embracing the Cactus along side the triumphant Pineapple. You may even want to consider displaying them along side each other.   I’m not one to follow trends per se, but I do love how the cactus provides sculptural forms, and texture to a space. They have a way of catching our eye don’t you think?…

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The Alternative to Wardrobes – The Clothes Rail

May 2, 2017

It appears that we are ditching the wardrobe in favour of the The Clothes Rail when it comes to storing our clothes.  The question is are your brave enough to have your clothes on display? Personally, being a clothes, shoes AND bag lover, I’m not sure I’d want it all on show, but then that’s probably because I wouldn’t want the OH to know the extent of my hoard!   There are positives to ditching the wardrobe and looking to the clothes rail as…

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10 Reasons Why Decorating Your Ceilings Can Enhance Your Home

April 21, 2017
10 Reasons Why Decorating Your Ceilings Can Enhance Your Home

We are looking upwards today at the ceiling. The chances are you’ll be looking a typically white ceiling right now. Ceilings aren’t necessarily something that we take into consideration when redecorating or redesigning our homes, which is probably why the majority of us end up using a shade of white. When you acknowledge that the ceiling is actually the fifth wall in terms of a room, it’s easier to understand why we should give it more consideration (other than painting…

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How To Draw A Floor Plan Like A Pro – The Ultimate Guide

April 18, 2017

Spatial planning, as it’s known in the business, has to be one of my favourite processes when redesigning a space. This stage ultimately comes after you’ve assessed and scrutinised the brief. (A rooms purpose, who is going to use it, and how). It’s brainstorming and coming up with the best solution to utilise the space to its utmost best and I love it! It’s worth investing time at this vital planning stage,  and the best thing is you don’t have to…

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Mapping It Out – Decorating Your Home with Maps

March 15, 2017

Maps are incredibly fascinating when you look at the detail and information they provide. And whilst they are a means of communicating the wondrous world around us, they can be perceived as works of art in their own right. Whether it be a tube map, or a more complex city map, you can’t deny they’re interesting to look at. Maps have provided us with a universal medium for centuries, regardless of language or culture, and the earliest known maps go back as far…

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