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As times are constantly changing, we're aware trends change with them and what's considered the must-have at the moment is the next moment's old-fashioned choice, but that's never stopped me from experimenting with my interior décor by mixing the two. In fact it's what I...

You all know the New Year new me stuff, right? At the end of each year almost every single person says that, even though deep down they know nothing will change on the 1st of January. So let's skip the small talk because we know...

Take a second and think about the most comfortable bed you have ever slept in. What comes to your mind? I can easily say what comes to mine – a comfy, fluffy bed covered in white linens that put you in a relaxing state of mind while feeling as if floating when laying on them. Linens come in a direct contact with your skin, thus it's essential that you choose quality ones that won't cause you any allergies, are soft and ultimately complement well your bedroom. My personal favourite for sailing off to dreamland? White manchester linen sets. Here's why.

There is no doubt that the kitchen floor takes the most beating in any household, thus it goes without saying that it should be durable and easy to clean. If you're considering a kitchen renovation and looking for the most appropriate flooring solution, knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the different types is of paramount importance. In today's post, we;re on the hunt for the ever praised trio - looks, style and endurance. Let's get to work.

Teens are all about independence and staying as far away from their parents as possible. It's that period when they only want to be with their friends, locked in their rooms listening to loud music or out experimenting and having fun. They always seem to look for their own personal space and no parent should try to take this desire and curiosity away from them. These are hard years for kids, so instead of making it even harder for them, the whole family should try to respect their emotional and physical changes, because what they're going through is a real roller coaster of emotions and we all know that very well because we've already been through it.

I think those people who say they don’t care much about the appearance of their homes share Pinocchio’s lying tendency. Even if you’re not exactly the person who enjoys decorating, don’t consider yourself as much of a connoisseur of styles or how to play with them, you still add things in the very place you call home with the purpose of making it feel homey and that’s what matters. The word most of us associate with home is comfort and that’s where furniture plays a great role. I used to be one of those who didn’t exactly have faith in their own decorating skills, but after equipping myself with sufficient amount of magazines, I got the courage enough to try out.
Homes speak volumes about their inhabitants. There are those that immediately make you feel comfortable upon entering, spreading some pleasant vibe be it for the use of certain aromas, or the choice of furniture and the way it’s arranged, others make you confused with their own confusion expressed by the mix of styles or piles of objects. Some are passionate about antiques, preferring the style of bygone eras, others go for a more up to date look, either modern with its steering towards use of more natural materials or minimalist, eliminating anything and everything that is considered excessive. And then there was mine, not sure in which group it actually belonged. Glowpear-Urban-Garden
Some may say that it's too expensive and too impractical to follow interior design trends with all the furniture pieces and decorative elements you need to change quite often in order to be trendy. After all, this isn't clothes we're talking about (and we all looove buying a new piece of clothes every now and then), so I can agree with the notion that it's somehow, expensive. But think of it this way: if you can't afford to change your furniture every year or so, then you most certainly can be creative and add a dose of trendiness here and there to refresh the appearance of your rooms and keep up with current trends. Just like in clothing, accessories are the key. However, if you don't have the proper base for your taste (likes and admirations in interior design), you won't be able to pull this off. Again, just like when you look to dress up trendy and fashionable, but still be you. So, lets tackle the process of becoming a trendy interior design guru who knows how to get the most of a room with few simple tricks. In the focus in this post: your living room.

Today mix-and-match dining sets are so vogue. They give a very personal imprint to the space, making it look much more inviting and modern. Shaking up the traditional matching dining chairs is a great starting point for creating a more vibrant space that will scream...

With spring already here it's the perfect time to get your outdoor space ready to welcome the new season in style and comfort. Whether that be a fun barbecue with your friends, breakfast with your family or just enjoying with a nice cup of coffee...