(Author Archive : Kerry Harrison)

Low-Cost Changes You Can Make To Help Your Property Sell

When selling a property we all want to reap maximum value from the sale. This post takes a look at ten low-cost changes you can make to your property to help it sell. So, let’s take a look…

1. Clean up the exterior of your property.

The exterior of your house is obviously the first thing potential buyers are going to notice when they approach your property. This presents you with the perfect opportunity to wow them from the minute they lay eyes on your home. Begin by trimming the bushes, mowing the lawn, and wiping down your garden furniture.


Upgrade Your Home With Show-Stopping Sculptural Artwork

Art is an important addition to any home. It brings personality, energy, and of course style. It can turn a plain and boring room into a trendy and exciting one. However, there are many different styles and forms of art available nowadays. Thus, you need to determine what style of art you are going to incorporate. One of the best options to go for is undoubtedly sculptural artwork. This is a trend that is set to get more and more popular as the year goes on. So, keep on reading to discover all you need to know about it…

Generally speaking, sculptural artwork can really bring a space to life. It offers an excellent way of bringing character and energy into the home.


Baths That Are Made For Sharing!

Most people would agree that there is no better way to unwind than having a bubble bath. Your body reaches complete relaxation as you submerge into the warm water and let the delicate aromas of the bath soap fill the room. But, there is just one thing that beats having a bath, and that is having a bath with your partner. You can relax together, enjoy some quality time, and catch up on all of the day’s activities. Keeping that in mind, read on to discover some great bath ideas for couples…

Yin Yang Couple Bath.


Give Your Bedroom A Luxurious Edge With a Decorative Canopy Bed

When it comes to the bedroom, there is no piece of furniture more important than the bed. This is the main attraction. It is the first thing people notice when they walk into your room. It generates all of the attention, and thus it has the capacity to change the entire look and feel of your room.

There are many different styles of beds available, however no type of bed is as extravagant and luxurious as a canopy bed.This piece of furniture can turn a plain and boring bedroom into a magazine-worthy space. Keep on reading to discover some excellent advice regarding decorative canopy beds…


That’s so 2013… Trends it is time to say goodbye to in 2014

Every year we get excited about the new trends that burst on to the scene. However, have you ever stopped to think about styles that could be on their way out? If you want your home to be on-trend you have got to begin by eradicating everything that is out of date before you can start bringing in all of the new designs. That is exactly what this post is here to help you with. Read on to discover some trends which you should considering kissing goodbye to this year…

Woodland Creatures.

Last year we well and truly embraced woodland creatures in the home. From owls, to deers, to foxes – it was undoubtedly a case of bringing the outdoors inside. However, this trend has been overused to say the least. There is nothing original or innovative to explore. As a result, design experts state that this trend is passed its sell by date already.


10 Decorating Rules You Should Break

Rules were made to be broken. If we all followed the same home decoration guidelines the world of interior design would be dull and boring. When did anyone ever gain compliments or credibility for being a sheep? 2014 is your year to stand out from the crowd. Let your home be the one that draws all of the gasps whenever visitors arrive. How? Throw caution to the wind and smash the following decorating rules into tiny little pieces…

1. The ceiling must be white.

There seems to be this unwritten rule that ceilings have to be white. A coloured ceiling can instantly make your home more interesting. You don’t have to go for anything too drastic, if you are feeling unsure simply opt for a few shades lighter or darker than your walls.


1980’s Interior Trend

In terms of taking inspiration from the past the 1980’s interior trend doesn’t seem if it was that long ago. However, if you were an 80’s kid then you may want to bring the feel of your childhood home into your current house. And who can blame you? This trendy is one that is stylish yet offers the sheer comfort you would want in any home. It looks great and is even better to live in. So, here are the top five ways you can bring the 80’s back…

Track lighting.

Track lighting is an easy and effective way of bringing the 80’s back. Try to look for track lighting that is big in size. You may have to search around a bit as the track lighting you find in stores today generally tends to be smaller. But when rocking the 1980’s it’s definitely a case of the bigger the better.


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