Home Organisation Tips For Busy Parents
When we started having kids, I realised it was much more difficult to keep our home organised with young children running around than it was when there were only two adults in the house. Our normal routines just didn't work well anymore, and the clutter and chaos seemed to be increasing by the day. We had to change how we organised our home by streamlining our belongings, altering our daily routine and developing new habits. In time we learned some quick and efficient ways to keep the key areas in our home clutter-free. I started this blog to share our experiences of transforming our home and pass on our tips for organising your home when you have young children to look after.
A dog can be a wonderful addition to a home; howev …
A place for cleanliness and grooming, bathrooms do …
You live in a one-story house that is tacked in be …
If you live in a cul de sac, you probably have com …
Natural stone has been used in the construction of …
A dog can be a wonderful addition to a home; however, this animal can also be extremely messy. Here are three tips for keeping your home in good condition when you have one or more dogs living under your roof:
Protect your furniture
Most dogs like to spend time sleeping and relaxing on sofas or armchairs. Unfortunately, this can lead to these items ending up covered in drool, hair and any dirt they have tracked in on their paws.
A place for cleanliness and grooming, bathrooms do require good and quality lighting to bring that feeling of cleanliness during and after taking a shower. The natural light offers the best experience needed in personal grooming resulting in the creation of shower screens. They allow beautiful natural light into the bathrooms which in effect brings about the whole definition of a showers space. When looking to purchase a shower screen, there are three things one has to consider according to the type of shower screen they wish to install.
You live in a one-story house that is tacked in between apartment complexes. Every time you open your window, all you see is the next building's wall, the unwanted sneak peaks of your neighbour's apartment through their window and the frequent view of neighbourhood cats using your side yard as their occasional litter box. So, you keep the blinds down and the curtains drawn in. Sounds familiar? While you don't have the option of a gorgeous view, it's time to take control over your perspective.
If you live in a cul de sac, you probably have come across nosy neighbours peering into your property or perhaps caught yourself looking into your neighbours' yards too! However, some homeowners may be averse to installing privacy screening as they assume the barrier will make their property seem small while also take away from the aesthetic of their yard. Luckily, privacy screens do not have to be an eyesore. Whether you have a patio, a verandah or are looking to enclose your entire garden, you are assured of finding a solution for your needs.
Natural stone has been used in the construction of homes for millennia. Stone is strong, durable and beautiful so it's easy to see why it remains a popular choice in modern times. If you'd like to use the natural and solid beauty of stone in your home, then here are four everyday household features that can be made from natural stone that will enhance and beautify your home.
1. Kitchen benchtops