We were recently sent this video of Australian Simon Gilmore, who took a trip to IKEA with his girlfriend Dana. They’d just moved in together so were shopping for essentials, but Simon was paying more attention to our infamously-named products. Thanks Simon, we’ll take this video as a ‘komplement’.. Continue reading
March is National Bed Month, so we think that’s a perfect excuse to indulge in some breakfast in bed. We’ve pulled together two recipes for you to try yourself. Or you could print them out and leave them around the house as a subtle hint. Up to you.
Sleep-lovers rejoice! March is National Bed Month and is a whole 31 days dedicated to all things snooze. To celebrate, we asked you to send in any questions you might have related to buying a new mattress/bed. We’ve picked 3 of them to answer on our blog.
In our post last week, we discussed the Pantone Colours of 2016 – Rose Quartz and Serenity. It seems that we have waved goodbye to the earthy, impactful Marsala of 2015 and taken a deep, inhalation of calm.
Both of the colours can be used to create calming and stylish spaces within your home, but if you’re a bit lost as to how to make them work, we’ve collected some beautiful examples of people who have done just that.
The word ‘home’ can mean something different to everybody. To some, it’s a base. It does the job; somewhere to eat, sleep and shower. To others, it can mean so much more; a haven, an escape. So what is the secret to having a happy home life? Here are five of them.
Pink can be a scary colour for some people; bold, bright and barbie might spring to mind. So you may be surprised that Pantone chose a shade of pink as one of their two colours of 2016. We love it, and we’re here to tell you why you should too.
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’, right?
It can be easy to get into the habit of throwing away. Be it old clothes, furniture or even jam jars, even the simplest of household waste can be given a whole new lease of life with the right tools (and patience).We’ve pulled together our favourite upcycling ideas to get you inspired.
Back in October last year, England was ordered to follow suit after Scotland, Ireland and Wales all introduced a 5p charge for plastic bags. Cue outraged shoppers, angry tweets and even basket-stealing (yes, people really did do that). After a month or so the charge became normality for Brits, and the coverage died down.
We’d all love to do our bit for the environment, but there’s so much information out there it can all get confusing. That’s why we’ve created this handy infographic to help get you started. Be sure to let us know your tips on how to go-green at home in the comments!