Why in 2018, is it so hard to get a parcel delivered successfully with zero hiccups? And I’ve been on both sides of this, working for a small online retailer I know, no matter who the courier is, there’s only a 60-70% chance that parcel is going to get where it’s going first time. No one seems to be able to nail the whole delivery thing which is astounding considering how much we rely on it now.
There are so many different interior design styles to choose from it can all get a bit overwhelming. Hopefully, you’ll find this guide useful – it is still a work in progress and will be added to over the coming weeks. I’ve tried to explain each one as best I can in layman’s terms and it should help you wade through the world of Interior design.
If you’re like me, you may have to use a room for a few different purposes, maybe you have an open plan kitchen and living room or a living-dining room and are not sure how you can split up the space. Fear not as I have compiled a list of the most inventive ways to create your own room dividers and you may already own the items you need to do it!
Apologies for the lack of posts over the last couple of weeks, there has been a lot going on and I’ve only just had the mental capacity to sit down at my laptop and start writing properly again. Luckily, I have had the most wonderfully relaxing week off from the day-job after a particularly stressful month and I feel like my brain has been rewired and I finally have a sense of calm, which I assume will last for precisely the next two days before I return to the rat-race ;).
Fed up of being constantly told about the perks of minimalism? Me too. I like stuff, I like living in a home that looks lived in so I am DOWN for this trend. It started gaining popularity at the end of last year as an antidote to Marie Kondo’s ‘less is more’ ethos and is based on the idea of creating your own unique space by injecting your personality and interests into a room.