Photo Source When the Kindle and e-readers were initially released, it was proclaimed that the days of paperbacks and hardbacks were over. Turning pages would become a thing of the past – now all you had to do was press a button to move along to the next page – and you could forget the inevitable arm ache that comes hand in hand with the simple task of trying to keep the book itself open at all angles. Instead, you’d just have a lightweight reader that could store hundreds of books, which could be pulled up from its memory as and… View Post

Image If you are looking for some fun ways to add light and colour to your home this spring, you don’t need to rip out the entire space and start again. A lot of the time we can get away with adding one or two special touches which complete the space and make it feel more modern. Here are some ways to add a touch of modern to your home this year. Hang Art If you feel as if your main living area is missing something this year, why not try and fill the blank wall space with a piece… View Post

Whether you are on the property ladder or not, it’s important to know how to maximise the value of your home. Home improvements can be a worthwhile investment, but choosing the right type of renovation is key. Luckily there are some fabulous solutions for you to choose from without having to spend the big bucks! Assess the costs You need to get a decent return on your investment when it comes to selling, so it’s important not to overspend. If the average house in your neighbourhood is worth £200,000, then your house won’t sell for double the price – no… View Post

Today, advertising and marketing are extremely important for selling a house. Social media and internet are constantly evolving, which has paved the way for homeowners to promote their house easily. One thing is for sure, a house that is properly marketed receives a lot of attention, which impacts its sale price. So, before you put up a “For Sale” sign on the front yard, why not go a little above and beyond. Following are 5 tips that will help you promote your house from beginning to end for sale: 1. Photograph the House from All Angles First impression is the… View Post

  Photo by Alp Allen Altiner on Unsplash Spring is here, and with that comes spring cleaning. Because, let’s face it, closets are notorious for collecting odds and ends over the months (and sometimes even the years).  Although you may dread the day you’re digging through old clothes and clearing out out-of-style shoes, know that after cleaning and organizing your closet, you will feel refreshed, relaxed, and ready to enjoy spring.  But just what do you need to organize? Which clothes do you throw out? And which do you keep? Read on to find out! 1 Pair Like with Like This… View Post

Buying a property is a big step. It needs to be done with due diligence, which ensures you get your hands on the best deal in town. In this post, you will find a detailed checklist to follow when you intend to buy a properly. Arrange Contact Details of Professionals Buying a property is an extensive and intricate process. Therefore, you will be in need of hiring a few professionals, so this point must be on top of your property buying pre-checklist. A checklist will help you set the right course of action. Let’s start with the professionals you need to… View Post

For many people, interior design purchases are quite a big decision. You need to keep the items’ longevity as well as price point in mind. If you buy the wrong things, it may even make your life miserable afterwards, as you’ll be stuck with something that not only burdened your pocket but you didn’t want it in the first place.  So just how can one be sure what of what they want for their interior decoration needs. Use the following tips and you’ll be sure to pat yourself on the back afterwards. Find Your Calling and Organise It’s certainly a… View Post