We may not be fortunate enough to enjoy scorching sunshine and high temperatures on a regular basis in Ireland, but that shouldn’t stop you embracing those summer vibes to start vacation season on the right note. Cheer up your home interiors with these easy tips.
They say the early bird catches the worm, and it applies more than ever when it comes to buying that long list of Christmas gifts!
If you shop smart by organising your tasks and store hit-list in advance, you will save significantly on costs. Not to mention keeping your sanity and stress levels in check!
Over recent years, we have become an increasingly social and tech savvy nation where immediacy and instant results are becoming the ‘norm’. Online shopping is just one realm that has made everyday tasks more accessible. Heck, now we can even shop for homeware from our smartphones! And its not just the smaller items like cushions and throws , bath mats, and candle holders large furniture items can also be easily purchased all from the comfort of your own home!
Here are seven benefits of going on a virtual shopping spree.
Extortionate car park rates, traffic chaos and long queues are just some of the negatives of a shopping trip to town. There’s a lot to be said for shopping online from the comfort of your own sofa. The perks are endless; from 24/7 access for those who work irregular hours to home delivery for customers from rural areas.
The humble sofa is among the most iconic pieces of furniture in modern living and it still remains one of the most versatile furniture pieces in any home. Similar to choosing other furniture pieces however, there are infinite options when it comes to choosing sofas.
You may think you know exactly what you want, but once you browse various styles online, the styles, shapes, and customization alternatives are overwhelming. To help with the purchasing process we have developed some top tips for choosing the perfect couch!
If you aren’t in favour of stuffing a wad of cash in a card and if you are looking for wedding gift ideas, a more meaningful present for the newlyweds is a much more thoughtful avenue to explore. And, no that doesn’t mean you have to buy them a sofa or a toaster!
Chances are you will know the couple’s interests and style, so a piece of homeware that showcases their personality and that they will use in everyday life, is the perfect wedding gift.
Now comes the fun part; all those little décor details that will make your home your own. Put your own stamp on your new abode with these fabulous homeware ideas…
With a glimmer of fall in air and noticeable leaves just about to turn brown, now is the time to start getting your home ready for fall. Put away vibrant Spring and Summer tones and give way to deeper warmer colours to create a more homely and cosy atmosphere. This can easily be complete with simple tweaks to homeware and house furnishings to reflect the new time of year. Put away the outdoor furniture and make simple tweaks for your homeware and living room spaces to create the perfect look.
With warm sunny days upon us now is certainly the time to make your home Summer-ready and this can be complete in numerous ways some of which include:
Father’s Day is fast approaching on Sunday 19th June. Although we should technically recognise our fathers every day of the year, its the one day specifically designated in the year where we acknowledge the important role our fathers play in our lives. The special day marks the many ways our Dad positively impacts our lives.
Gift giving however can be an extremely difficult task with many Dads proving very challenging to purchase for. Gift giving for some can seem very overwhelming, it can be very hard to determine the type of gift he would appreciate the most or get most use out of.
When picking out bar stools or counter stools as part of homeware, a few important items must be taken into consideration. Bar stools come in a range of styles, sizes, fabrics and colours and whilst choosing the colour & look and feel of a stool it’s critical that the measurements and more importantly the height of stools are not overlooked.
Similar with armchairs, firstly you’ll need to measure the height of the bar or table you will be sitting at on the stools. As a guideline give yourself 25-35 cm between the top of the stool seat and the table top. This will ensure plenty of room for sitting comfortably and having your legs crossed.