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.
One piece of news I’m delighted to share with you is a recent interview I did with the lovely Tudor over at Terry’s Fabrics. They are running a Creative Trends feature where interior designers, crafters and DIY bloggers share their recent projects and designs. Thank you Tudor for including me in this feature, it was an honour to be asked to contribute.
Every room needs a focal point to make an impact and add interest to the space. Whether you have a small space and want a design feature that’s not too overwhelming, or a large space that needs drama, a large blank wall can be the perfect canvas to make a statement and show off your creativity.
Our home is full of practical essential items, crockery, bedding, towels, utensils, personal toiletries etc etc. But they are just items to fill a house, the things that make up the first part of that famous quote. It’s the things that make up the second part of the quote that make a house a home!
Here is my 4 essentials that make a house not only beautiful but a beautiful home.
The Interior Design profession is like any other professional service who you employ when the need arises. Sure you could defend yourself in court if you had to, but chances are you would hire a member of the legal professional. The same goes when decorating or renovating your house, yes you probably COULD do it, but why should you!
Small bathrooms can be difficult to design, and they need all the help they can get to make the space work. Follow my tips and get inspiration to make the most of yours