Hands up if you have ever bought furniture without properly measuring your space? Bought something on a whim or on a deal and it doesn’t fit? That’s where custom-made furniture comes to the rescue.
When we moved house back in the middle of the 2020 pandemic, we made sure to measure the room and the doorways of the house to get our heavenly sofa in. Did we think to measure the angle of the hallway and bannister in our 100yr old house? NO!
We spent months while the shops were shut, sitting on our emergency flat pack Ikea sofa, googling Custom-made furniture!
Life is full of unexpected and wonderful moments, and we must do all we can to capture these memories so we can enjoy them today, and look back on them later in life. The summer months are the perfect time to create and capture some great family moments, whether it’s family holidays and a once in a lifetime trip, or you want to highlight the beauty in the mundane and cherish that night you and your friends came together, days out with the kids, ice cream on the beach, days at the lake…the possibilities are endless, but as memories fade and recollections differ, sharing and preserving these moments is essential and will ensure these memories are shared for generations to come.
In this post, we’ll explore some creative ways you can share and preserve your favourite summer moments. Read on to find out more.
Since moving house in late 2020, I have been trawling Pinterest and interiors websites for period property inspiration and ways to add some pzazz to a plain blank canvas. One of the biggest things I see people asking for or struggling with his how to decorate a child’s bedroom.
Now this isn’t something I have to worry about but the kind people at Room to Grow have given me some great tips on how to decorate your kiddos rooms to share for all you parents out there!
Are we just starting to see the first peeks of Spring in the air? Have you been working from home with the heating on all Winter? The energy bills sure do rack up don’t they?
We’ve recently moved from a nicely insulated new build in to a drafty 100yr old house so all winter we have had one eye on the energy bill as it certainly is worry for a lot of us working from home so here are few more money saving tips…..
Another day, another post on how to save money right? But lets face it, we are all saving our pennies now where we can in the hopes we can spend them all in the summer on holidays, pub trips, weekends away and shopping in actual real life shops. Ah what memories!
One thing I have had to spend a lot more money on is printing stuff at home. I am firmly in the ‘print this at work’ camp so now I’ve had to print things myself, I am resenting every single Amazon Return slip I print out!!
But here are some more little ways to save money that you probably haven’t thought of yet!