Ever felt like your home could do with a bit of the charm of the retro style but never had the courage to do so? If the answer is yes, then this blog post is for you! The idea is to start with small steps instead of going big immediately, and there’s no better place to start than the dining room!(more…)
All garden sheds are useful, since they allow you to conveniently store away your gardening tools, your bike or any other items you don’t want lying around your yard or your house, but not all of them are made equal. Material plays a vital role when it comes to how much and for low long you’ll be able to rely on your shed.(more…)
Even though contemporary bathrooms seem to be the norm, there’s still a lot of love for vintage design in these utilitarian spaces. Many bathroom owners feel that the most commonly used room in their home can benefit from a touch of tasteful nostalgia. Plus, there’s also the fact that no matter how trends in interior design change over the years, vintage will remain timeless and chic look. So, if you want to dive into the past with your bathroom design, here are some ideas on what to include.(more…)
The backyard barbecue and pint are an integral part of the Australian experience. And even though you may take a lot of time to carefully select and prepare the foods you serve, the success of your meal will mostly depend on the quality of the grill that you prepared it on. If you don’t own a grill and want to get one, you’ll need to consider a couple of different factors.(more…)
Everyone wants to be a good host when having guests over. Besides showing off your cooking skills, accommodating the guests properly is also paramount. And since not all of us are lucky to live in a mansion and have extra guest rooms, opting for an air bed is a great option. This adjustable and inflatable sleeping option is sure to provide your guests with a god night’s sleep. It is also good to know that inflatable beds are great for people suffering from some chronic or acute back pain. Plus, they are pretty handy because they can be easily moved from one place to another without any help.
The average desk-bound employee spends a third of their day in an office chair, which adds up to about 40 hours a week, and about 2000 hours a year. And when you multiply this number by the number of years a person spends working, you’ll quickly come to the realisation that we spend a large chunk of your life in our office chairs. Some people, myself included, spend more time in front of a computer than sleeping, so investing in quality office chairs that are comfortable and provide the needed support to our body is essential. (more…)