Decorating the house and getting it ready for Halloween is the most fun part for a lot of people. Sure, kids enjoy to go trick or treat and to shop for costumes but that’s a whole other thing. Let’s go back to those fun and spooky decorations. Ever considered making your own? Homemade Halloween Decorations are so much fun and interesting than the store-bought ones and this way you can also involve the whole family.
Furniture doesn’t have to be expensive! Especially smaller pieces like accent tables or coffee tables. Using natural branches and other parts of trees have been on trend in the world of home decor lately. Which is great because you can make rustic decor for your home for next to nothing! This tree stump side table requires just a few materials that you may already have on hand, a set of casters and your time. So if you are looking for an inexpensive piece with a rustic feel then this project is definitely for you!
A tiny space can sometimes surprise you with how large and spacious it actually looks. If only we would all know how to do that… The next best thing we can do is to learn from what others have created, like the interior design of this 32 square meter apartment in Paris.
When I had a baby I knew that toys would be in my home. I did not realize that it would overtake my home. As my kids are getting bigger they are able to organize and put away their own toys. But there is still toys everywhere. I wanted to come up with a solution that worked for me and my home aesthetically as well as functionally.
Wrought iron railings, doors, gates, ornamental pieces and other fittings have been handcrafted since early times and they became really popular in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, wrought iron is no longer produced on a commercial scale but these elements still exist. Decorative features such as headboards for example may not be the most popular but they’re definitely very charming and they can give your home that unique look you’ve been trying to obtain.