With all the hustle & bustle of the season, we want to help you make things festive without a lot of effort. Use things you already have around the house to save your money for gifting, and keep it simple for an uncluttered look.
We are obsessed with making a space as functional as it can be. Especially in small living quarters, we are always on the lookout for great looking pieces that have more than one use.
Enter the RÅSKOG from IKEA! This is a great example of thoughtful, multifunctional design at an amazing price. It’s small enough to fit into that nook in your kitchen or next to your desk- anywhere where you need just a little more storage. So far, we have thought of using it for art supplies, as a mobile spice rack, a baby-changing station or a drinks cart for a party.
What would you use it for? Let us know on Facebook!
Especially in a small space, the more floor you can see, the bigger it feels. As an alternative to heavy bookcases, solid coffee tables and deep desks, consider mounting furniture to the wall, to free up floor space and keep the room airy. Here are a few ideas to flaunt your floor!
Baby, it’s (getting really) cold outside! It’s that time of year when we dig out the mittens and fluffy socks and focus on things that make us feel warm. Get your home prepped for winter, too! By making small changes with things like lighting, color, and texture, your living space can be transformed into a cozy retreat. Here are 4 great ideas to help you create your cozy home this holiday:
Whether you’re decorating your houseboat or your studio apartment, you need to get creative when working with a small space. Look for items that fold away easily, are flexible and easy to move, and have multifunctional uses. Here are 3 great ideas to help you think big in your small space:
Children’s rooms are fun to decorate. It is important to create a stimulating and creative environment for your child, and decorating the bedroom or playroom are opportunities to step outside of your comfort zone in terms of design. Here are 3 inspired ways to create a cheerful, organized, and safe bedroom for your child: