Insta Worthy Interior Trends you'll see this year
Entering into a brand new spanking decade, I’d say it’s time to refresh our body and mind and also our homes.
You don’t need to take all the below suggestions into serious action, they’re ideas, some inspiration for the upcoming 12 months if you’re renovating or keen to update your space, so please take from this what you will.
Remember to be unique and incorporate your own personality and style, your loves, colours and patterns which make you happy and pieces which put a smile on your face.
At this current time we are becoming more aware of considered choices and embracing eco-friendly products and we are moving away from safe ‘Greig’; somewhere between beige and grey.
Heres some ideas for you:
1. Colour Blocking Designs
If you appreciate bold statements in post modern style, then consider abstract and geometric designs in either block colours...
Which of the many shades of whites, do you pick for your walls?
When you head towards the paint section and just stare at the hundreds of different shades of whites on the sample wall. It then becomes overwhelming, so you just walk away because it’s all too hard to pick the 'right white' and all the many options start looking the same.
Start with these tips to head down the ‘right white’ path.
KNOW YOUR UNDERTONES
There are your warm whites (yellow undertones) and your cool whites (blue undertones).
From my experiences, I have found that brighter and cooler whites are better suited in contemporary and more industrial style homes.
And warmer whites may be better suited to more traditional spaces, but this isn't always the case.
Untinted whites can create a sterile and cold vibe.
WHAT LIGHTING DO YOU HAVE?
Always consider the lighting in the rooms or space you intend to paint.
Is there lots of natural...
How To Create The Best Functional Kitchen For Your Home
Whether you have a small or larger spaced kitchen, getting it right with the design and functionality is super important.
We all want a stylish kitchen, one that looks so good that it makes you jump for joy each time you walk into it, but always remember functionality is key.
If you forget about functionality then you could be cursing your lack of storage for your pots and pans, or your bin is on the wrong side of the sink.
Always start with getting your kitchen functional, then consider the right style for your project.
The kitchen is the hub of the home, the heart beat of your home. It’s where family meals are cooked, where family and friends come to meet and eat, where good conversations happen. Some say life is created in the bedroom, but at home it’s lived in the kitchen.
You want to get your kitchen right.
Here’s some super...
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Aimee speaks to students at secondary schools, to raise awareness on the positive paths available to them, the limitless opportunities and speaks about how; changing her mindset has opened doors for her.
If you follow Aimee on social media @aimee.adventures you’ll see her straight forward videos and posts and I can guarantee she’ll put a smile on your face with her down to earth approach and humour. With a positive attitude about life in general and forward thinking ideas, advice on getting ahead in life, Aimee is one to watch thrive in leaps and bounds with such a fun approach to life.
Aimee has built a Tiny House with her brother and is currently building another one.
There is a lot to know about Tiny Houses and the...
How to get your home style right like a pro
You know when sometimes you can’t even get your own personal style right. Your outfit just doesn't feel like you're truly expressing your true style. You want to feel the entire flow with your clothes, hair and shoes. To make it more confusing, you see hundreds upon thousands of style and home images that inspire you to get started on your own renovation / design journey.
The problem is you love a mix of boho and eclectic with a touch of rustic and industrial influences and you know this may be a problem when planning your design because this mix may not add up to the right flow…….like when you make a cocktail and you put too much vodka but not enough kahlua and it doesn’t taste right.
Let’s start with the desired end result first.
I always start at the end and work out how I'll achieve that goal. I fill in the gaps once I know exactly what the outcome is, what...
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