Monthly Archives: March 2020

  • Small Dining Room Ideas to Make the Most of Your Space

    Suppose you have everything you want in place in your home. The living room has adequate light, the bathroom has enough storage space, and the garden has never looked better. But there is a catch ‒ the dining room is small, and you are not sure how to use it. It could also be that you do not have a dining area and have to carve out some space from the living room or kitchen. Well, the truth is that many log cabins and conventional homes have small dining rooms, which means that you are not alone in this. And no, the small space does not limit the potential of this room, but rather it opens you up to other possibilities. You can still have a stylish space where you can enjoy your meals and snacks. And yes, you can host people here with a few tweaks here and there. Let’s get started: Ge... (More)
  • 5 Most Important Rules When Designing a Living Room Interior

    You spend a lot of time in your living room. It is especially so in garden summer houses where these spaces serve as vibrant relaxation rooms. You can sip on a cup of tea, catch up with friends or watch movies while in this room. And as you do so, you will take in what is around you. Your mind will mull over the furnishings, paintings, and lighting pieces. And as you do so, you can either take delight in your work or notice a gap in the flow. If you feel that your living room needs some sprucing up, here are some exciting ideas to help you. And the good thing is that you will not spend a ton of cash on these changes: Create A Focal Point First things first, what is the focal point? Think about it like this: when you walk into your living room, what is the first thing you want to see? What... (More)
  • Inspiring Tips To Spruce Up Your Garden House Front Porch

    The porch is a relaxing space in the home. It is where you sit and watch the sun go down as you take in the orange that takes over the sky at sunset. It is where you first meet your guests as you invite them in for a cup of tea. This is the spot where you stand as you wave goodbye to your loved ones. You spend a lot of time there, and you have probably noticed that it needs some work. It could be that the paint is peeling off. Maybe the look is now old, and you need something fresh to match with the interior décor. Porches in residential log cabins are easy to work on, as most efforts will fall in line with nature. And the good thing is that the work will not cost you much, and it can work for any home. Here’s how: Drapes This idea might seem a bit off. After all, the porch should be i... (More)

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