Creating an Inviting Space
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We spend so much of our time amidst the hustle and bustle of life, it is essential to create an inviting space where you can rest your feet.
Top 7 Tips in Proportioning Your Living Room
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A well planned living room will immediately make your space feel devised and calming.  Utilise the most of living room using these tips on sizing and proportions of sofas, art, furniture and decor. Layout of furniture The positioning of your sofas and chairs are important in relation to windows and walls. Try not to place large furniture against a window. If you find you need to place a sofa in front of a window due to lack of space or power points, leave a walkway space behind the sofa. If this is not achievable, solid curtains can create a wall...

Why buffets, sideboards & consoles are so important in your home
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Buffets, sideboards and consoles have many uses besides they are great for storage. They add sophistication and class to a living or dining room. The size and style does need consideration to fit and be suitable for the space.   Zone living and dining  If the living/dining area is rectangular and the layout requires the back of your couch in view, consider placing a large buffet against the back of the couch. This will create definition between the living and dining space as well as disguise the couch back should this be unattractive. Add to the theme of the home...

Finessing your French Country Home
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No matter where you reside, tuck yourself away in a French cottage with these effortless details to enhance your period home. Bring natural and ornate features into your interior to resonate an authentic, cosy, rustic charm.   Architectural & Period Details Ensuring the tones of the house stay warm and neutral will bring the cosy feel of a country estate. Rustic features such as worn walls, exposed brick or even a lime wash strip the interior back in time. The time period can also be emulated through architectural features such as arches, corbels, pillars and posts. These can be used...