Like Harry Potter, many homeowners feel like they live in a cramped cupboard under the stairs. Thankfully, there are oodles of ways to make a small room look bigger – and they don’t involve magic. With a little paint and sweat equity, any small space can be rescued.
The thing I love about blogging is the community spirit and just when I’m struggling under a huge workload and finding it hard to keep this blog updated and informative, fellow bloggers come to the rescue! That you so much Rhianne for helping me out an for these wonderful wreath ideas.
How are all your Christmas preparations going, hopefully you’re all organised and still stress free.
I’m pretty much on tract at this stage. As many of you know we are living with my mum at the moment so it’s nice getting a different home to decorate. Luckily mum is as crazy about Christmas as I am so together we’re well on the way to creating a Christmas wonderland.
Adding interest to a narrow hall often creates difficulties as there is not a lot of floor space and quite often little or no natural light. Also as it’s a high traffic area it must also practical and durable.
So how do you turn a boring hall into a welcoming inviting and practical space?
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