Blue, green and gray in the winter interior

November 20th, 2014
Tony Samic

Blue, green and gray in the winter interior Although some designers say that winter is not the right moment for interior designs in cold colors, in the following ideas you will see right the opposite. Although grey, blue and green are rather cold, they also carry the freshness of the spring and the idea for its reviving energy. So let’s see how you can use it even before March is here.

  • Soft as candy. Choose shades that are soft and calming. The combination is perfect for bedroom or bath but can also fit in living room interior. Choose beige or white paint for the walls and leave blue, gray and green for the upholstery and the curtains.  To make them stand out even more pick dark wood furniture with classical lines. Read the rest of this entry »

How to easily remove woodchip wallpaper

November 13th, 2014
Jamie Morton

Removing woodchip wallpaperRemoving stripping woodchip can be a long and unpleasing process. It may take you at least 2 days trying to get rid of those dreaded woodchips and that could turn into a real nightmare. Fortunately, we have a couple of bright ideas how to easily remove woodchip wallpaper from your ceilings. Learn how to complete that horrible task with no fuss. Read the rest of this entry »

5 differences between the women in past and a 21st century woman

November 6th, 2014
Susan Williams

Differences between the woman in the past and the modern womanThey say people do not change. World is what has been changing. This is too philosophical to discuss and besides – everyone has its own point of view. What we can be sure, though, is that somehow, modern world changes us, too. Look at the modern woman, for example? Do you really believe that she used to be the same back few decades ago? On the contrary – she has been changing all the time and probably that is her most beloved charming feature. Check out the most common 5 differences between the women in past and a 21st century woman: Read the rest of this entry »

Join the belles-lettres of Richmond Literature Festival

October 31st, 2014
Tony Samic

Richmond Literature Festival 2014London is again expecting to be host of the most exciting literature event across the entire Great Britain! Don’t miss to become part of it – especially if you are a real writer or a big poetry fan! Everyone will find something suitable for himself, because the Richmond Literature Festival is back again. And it will be full of amazing surprises just like we have known it for 23 years. The annual fest is coming once again to the west London borough to fascinate and charm you with the latest and the most well-known literature challenges. See more details about Richmond Literature Festival right away: Read the rest of this entry »

Housewives are “ninja shoppers”

October 20th, 2014
Alec Rogers

Housewives and shoppingWhat does that mean? That they go shopping with black costumes and funky moves? Indeed it’s a new slang that describes the people who need to shop often, in big quantities and for a long time. And who does this better than a housewife? Let’s see what abilities you need to be accepted in this society with limited access? Read the rest of this entry »

Creating the dreamt shoe room

October 17th, 2014
Jamie Morton

Shoe room ideasGive a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world! That is what the model icon Marilyn Monroe said decades ago. Тhe saying refers to all modern women up to now. Indeed, about 75% of contemporary women admit they have more shoes than needed. Moreover – some of them develop a real mania on shoes.

Speaking of all of these, we think off that universal female dream – the shoe room. Every girl wants it, but only few can afford it. As a matter of fact, all you need is a free space to create the dreamt shoe room. Everything else is a matter of inspiration, readiness for some DIY work and arrangement skills. See how to arrange the dreamt shoe room in your own house, too: Read the rest of this entry »

Practice your favourite pilates in the wood

October 9th, 2014
Susan Williams

Outdoor pilatesIt’s good to have connection with nature. And when it comes to sports, outdoors offer some amazing one of a kind sensation that no gym can beat. Some sports like basketball, football, cycling and so on change completely according to the surrounding. But what are the changes when you do yoga or Pilates or another kind of exercises that don’t require huge space? Read the rest of this entry »

British accents in interior design

October 2nd, 2014
Tony Samic

British interior design Refinement and comfort – that is the British style of furniture. For decades, it has a reputation as a manifestation of exquisite taste. That style is popular not only in the United Kingdom, but also all over the world! What are the typical British accents in the interior design? Read on and find out:

  • Going into the British home, the first thing you’ll see is the welcoming entrance, painted mainly in red colour. There are huge mirrors in frames, covered with a rich patina or gilding; Read the rest of this entry »

What does a home need to be luxury

September 25th, 2014
Jamie Morton

Luxury homePeople, who claim not to love luxury, are probably lying. Or at least we, the ordinary people, will understand them. Luxury is great, because it can be simple and abundance, stylish and retro, attractive and impressing! And only few people are able to bring this luxurious air at home. Reasons are different, but mainly the luxury factor depends on the family budget, the available time and etc. Read the rest of this entry »

A radio in the office – good or bad idea?

September 18th, 2014
Alec Rogers

A radio in the officeStraight forward answer to this question would be: Depends on many factors. Music and news during work help some people improve their performance, but for others it is just a noise that doesn’t allow them to concentrate. Another factor is the kind of music, if you like rock and the radio is playing classical music, probably you will fall asleep, but if the situation is right on the contrary your colleagues can finish the working hours with headache (if they like classical and the radio plays rock). There are also other things to think of before answering with yes or no if the radio is good idea. Read the rest of this entry »