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The Stunning Snapshot: Creating An Instagrammable Home

(Image Source)   People often ask how the top users on sites like Instagram are able to produce such stunning pictures of their homes. There are loads of accounts on social media platforms like this, and some of them look as if they live in paradise. Of course, though, if someone else can achieve an Instagram worthy look in their home, you can do the same. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the key elements which can go into creating your perfect home for  ...

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A Home You’re Not Rushing Round After

There are too many things in this life that we run around after.  It can be so draining to go to work and be worked like it’s going out of fashion. Jobs are now demanding so much from us as employees because of how quickly their company is growing. There’s also the rush of family life if you’ve started one. If not, then you’ll probably have a social life that you find yourself running around after. Getting home and going to the gym, getting in the shower, and making dinner is hard enough.  ...

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Designing A Fun Child’s Bedroom

https://www.pexels.com/photo/photo-of-a-girl-playing-with-the-camera-860538/   There is no denying that a lot of parents have a struggle on their hands when it comes to getting their children to go to bed in the evening. One of the best ways to solve this problem is by making their bedroom fun and a place that they actually want to be in. With that being said, read on to discover some tips that will give you a helping hand when it comes to this.    Consider bunk beds for your  ...

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Flush Casement Bespoke Windows For Your Home

https://www.pexels.com/photo/two-white-rod-pocket-curtains-910458/   Flush casement windows seem to be increasing in popularity in the UK, yet the design itself is a very traditional one. This style of window is one that sits flush within the frame when the window is closed, which creates a flat surface on the exterior of the property. This style of window has been used for more than 200 years now, meaning its origins date back to the 19th century. Back then; when windows were only  ...

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