Choosing bold, bright colours for wall art and soft furnishings has transformed our grey-themed extension.
I’m on a holiday in Northumberland this week with my family and I don’t want you to forget about me so I thought I’d deliver some virtual postcards whilst we are away. Find out why this holiday marks the end of an era and why we’ve gone from caravan to cottage.
Here's your chance to win a fabulous Spectrum Universal Knife Block from Dunelm I have been looking for the perfect knife block for years (Amongst other things! I'm not that sad!)....
In Part 1 of this two part series I take you through the design, planning and inspiration for our youngest daughter’s bedroom makeover. The brief: Maximise space, maximise storage (hide clutter!), and last her into her teens.
One Stop Colour Shop are offering a FREE Pantone 363c Expresso cup to Maflingo readers when they place their first order using the exclusive voucher code.
I’ve finally found the perfect mugs to add colour and class to my kitchen, Pantone Universe Mugs. Read my review and visit One Stop Colour Shop to pick up a FREE gift with your first Pantone Universe order with my exclusive voucher code.
Our study makeover has been published on IkeaHackers.net. The feature gives step-by-step instructions of how I created our study with Ikea furniture and a bit of imagination.
After less than three month’s of blogging, I was delighted be asked by Emma Bradley, the editor of Tots100 and blogger at Emma and 3 and Mums Savvy Savings to be subject of March’s ‘Through the Keyhole’ feature on the Tots100 website.
Enter my competition to win a Balloon Dog Money Box from The Range, as featured in ‘From dining Room to Den: Our Ikea hack study’.
In part 1 of ‘Dining room to den’ I described how we turned our old dining room into our perfect study / home office by customising an Ikea kitchen worktop and storage units. In the second part of the series I’ll describe how we completed the look with carefully chosen accessories, artwork and soft furnishings.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I started my room-by-room decluttering offensive this month. After many years of going through this exercise there are lots of tips I have picked up along the way that can help to minimise the angst.
I’ve been busy! I decided that as soon as the kids returned to school after the Christmas holidays I would commence a massive tidying and decluttering offensive. In my personal experience a decluttered house always, always leads to a decluttered head!
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