Autumn is approaching and many children are getting excited about starting at a new school. It’s a fresh start, a time for new interests and an expanded repertoire of things to do in the child’s room – everything from homework to playing video games.
The kitchen is a room for everything, from cooking and homework to cosy dinners and long talks. Quite simply, it’s a room to feel comfortable in. And because it’s such a versatile room, a lot of us spend a lot of time here, so cosy furnishing and decoration, with functional seating and equipment, are important factors to consider when remodelling. Here are our best tips for creating a functional kitchen that people want to spend time in.
The end of summer draws near, and autumn and the back-to-school season will soon be upon us. So why not start the new school year with a revamp in the kids’ room? Here are our best tips on how best to decorate a children’s room in a way that inspires fun and play.
Adding a bright and colorful feature wall or wallpapering an entire room can be a great way to transform the look of a space. But you can often be left with excess wallpaper which can feel like a waste. We’ve taken a look at the easiest ways you can take the fun element of wallpaper design and use it elsewhere in your home:
There is something appealing with these photos from this gorgeous Danish home. I like the quiet, bright base color and clever, unexpected details. Above all – OSB panels – that is seen as both the bulletin board in the kitchen and as headboard in the bedroom. So neat and quite right. I actually think we’ll see more wood on walls onwards.
It has been known that if one is in close contact with nature, it helps alleviate mental fatigue by relaxing the mind and thus contributes to improved work or school performance. This article will provide you the information you need in having plants in your interior.
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