AD | Collaborative post We’ve all been there—staring at our small, seemingly shrinking rooms, wondering how to make them feel bigger and more inviting. In this blog post, we’re diving headfirst into the wonderful world of small room decor. Whether you’re living in a cosy apartment, or a tiny house, or just happen to have a few pint-sized rooms in your home, these tips and tricks are here to help you maximise your space and turn it into a stylish haven you’ll love.
Collaborative post The key to an effective tool storage system is simple functionality. Whether you’re only just getting started as a contractor or you’ve gathered more DIY supplies than you thought possible, keeping your kit organised is crucial. And if you’re using the same tools every day, keeping them in good, clean working order will help you get the best value out of your kit. Storage plays a huge part in maintenance, so no matter your experience, it’s always worth learning some of the best tool storage tips. Keeping your tools handy: Our storage suggestions
AD | Collaborative post/ contains affiliate links It can seem like one day you wake up and clutter has taken over your house. No matter how organised you think you are there is always something that can be put away. If you’re struggling for ideas of how to get this sorted, look no further as today we’re sharing some great storage ideas to keep your home clutter free.
AD | Collaborative post Storage needs seem to grow exponentially as the family grows up or expands. Managing the house so it’s not in a constant muddle can end up being a full-time job by itself. What’s needed is a few alternative storage solutions. Use the Awkward Spots If you’ve got tricky areas in the house that you just don’t use properly, like under the stair cupboards or narrow alcoves, you can get more out of these areas with shelves. Other odd areas include the blank space at the end of a cabinet run in
AD | Contains gifted items When we first moved into our house I thought I knew exactly what I wanted and how I wanted each room to be. Now, 5 years on, things have changed a lot. We now have Erin who is nearly 4, a cat and I am self-employed so one of our spare bedrooms is now an office. For ages now I have been looking for the ideal office storage for me and found exactly what I wanted on the VonHaus website. VonHaus have quite a few great storage options but one
AD: We received products for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own. If you are anything like us, a family with a child or children , then you’ve probably got a storage problem. The problem for us is that while our house is a pretty decent size it’s quite awkward and really, it doesn’t work well for us a lot of the time. We definitely didn’t buy this house with children in mind and if we had, I don’t think we would have bought it! Last month we made a big decision
When we moved into our 4 bedroom Victorian semi I laughed about how we would never fill the space. We’ve now lived in this house for 4 years, nearly to the day and we definitely don’t have enough space anymore. There are plenty of ways to make more space at home though so here are some ideas: 1. Spare Rooms If you have a spare bedroom or reception room then this could be a great way to make more space at home. Usually one of our spare bedrooms is used as a storage room for
AD | Gifted items After a really horrible month in March, spring is finally here. At this time of year I like to have a really good sort out at home and that means being ruthless. I have a whole room of items that either don’t get used or are listed to sell on Facebook but at least they are out of the way. Since having Erin I have realised that if I want something to stay safe then it has to either be in some kind of storage box or way out of her