Tweaking, rearranging, reinventing and restyling your home is more about thinking out-of-the-box than buying new things. Here are five creative home decorating ideas for reworking your home using what you already have on hand.
It’s daunting to see signs of flooding in your home, like standing water or water stains on the walls. It's important to prepare and plan for how you're going to deal with the damage.
Most trend analysts predict that COVID-19 will reshape our aesthetic preferences. Our homes will be rethought and all unnecessary articles and dormant corners will be replaced with spaces that are meaningful and integrate perfectly with our daily lives. The colours we use within our homes will also be reevaluated. Read more on why experts at Coloro, predict Digital Lavendar will be the Colour of 2023.
It's easy to see when you need to sweep, swab, and dust your home. However, it's harder to tell when the air in your home needs cleaning. The unpurified air that you breathe indoors, can be hazardous to your health without any telltale signs. Indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air and now that we spend all our time at home, it's important to ensure our family's safety. Read more on various ways to better respiratory health.
As the summer dawns upon us and the heat in Chennai escalates, it becomes tempting to turn on the air conditioner and keep the fan on all day. There are, however, plenty of ways to buffer your home from the heat in a cost-effective and energy-efficient manner. Why rack up your electricity bill when you can find sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives? Read more.
A multi-purpose space can be described as a true integration of different functions in time and space. Designing spaces in your home that have multiple uses can provide you with the optimum solution without extending or increasing the size of your house. For these spaces to work, however, they need to be flexible and easily converted – without effort.
Much like the kitchen, a living room is the heart of a home. It's where you enjoy family movie nights, unwind with a good book, or even tackle your work. Since it's used in so many different ways, it's important for your living room to be outfitted with the right furniture and elements. It also presents the opportunity to show off your design aesthetic. Here's highlighting ways to craft a space that's equal parts stylish and functional.