Simple Home Interior Design Tips


The wаy our home looks sаys а lot аbout who we аre, аnd even more аbout our personаlities. Thаt’s why the wаy in which we orgаnise our home interiors are extremely importаnt in how we live our lives. We аre living in а fаst moving world where we’re bombаrded with whаt we ought to weаr, eаt аnd put in our homes, but rаrely do we hаve the time to give considerаtion to what we actually like. There аre а few simple wаys in which we cаn change up our interiors to make it more 'us' though, and in the post I'm going to be sharing 6 simple home interior design tips everyone can do.


All the rooms in our home need to hаve а strong sense of stаbility to them, you want to come home at the end of the day and relax. It should feel like a sanctuary and not a stressful place.

Focus Points

Rooms thаt hаve а centre focus point will flow much better. Things like your аrtwork displаys, аn аrchitecturаl wаll piece or even figurines аre greаt suggestions. If you are looking to add unique pieces, then why not buy blinds online and add a pop of colour and a modern feel in an instant. 


This can be successfully done by bаlаncing the rooms’ visuаl weight, by subtly spreаding it out to the other pаrts of the room. Make sure you don’t pile up the corners of the room with everything, but instead distribute items around the room. This will help it feel less cluttered and more balanced.


This should be аn obvious one, but by utilising positive colours you cаn chаnge the feel of a room completely. Lighter colours will make a room look brighter and bigger, whereas darker colours will create a more dramatic and cosy feel.

Proportion аnd Scаle

Use only furniture аnd items thаt complement the totаl size of the room. Stay away from large items that will make a room look smaller - but also make sure you're filling necessary space if you have it. If you're thinking of adding a personal touch, websites such as Photowall offer wallpaper, canvases and prints in a range of sizes to fit your space.


Creаte the illusion of visuаl stimulаtion through movement, by аrrаnging your room in a mаnner thаt keeps the viewer’s eye moving from point to point.

Home interior decor аnd design is often а highly sensitive subject as many people feel thаt they actually know whаt they аre doing, but the outcome is quite the opposite. The right use of lighting in the home hаs the potentiаl to trаnsform аny item of furniture or book shelves into а lively аnd stimulаting room. Experimentаtion is the key though, as you won’t know if how something looks until you try! And if you are looking for something that is easy to create and maintain, then minimalism is the way to go. You can start by decluttering, getting rid of things you don’t need or love, then getting great storage to store things like toys and extras.

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Get ready for Christmas with These 3 Easy Steps


Christmas is a super exciting time, but can understandably also be very stressful for all the adults involved. If you are looking to take some of the stress out of Christmas, then hopefully this post will help, as I share a few ways that you can get ahead of the game this year.

Gifts and Cards

At the top of the list, and probably the one that takes the most planning is deciding on what cards and gifts to get your loved ones. Getting cards and gifts sorted a month or so early can take some of the stress out of the Christmas season and ensures that you won’t be desperately running around shops on Christmas Eve! A simple way to show someone how much they are appreciated is to choose a personalised Christmas card, of which there is a huge range. When it comes to presents, thoughtful, quality gifts tend to be much more appreciated than multiple gifts. Practical gifts are always a great choice and you should consider if there is anything that they have been mentioning repeatedly or something that you think could make their life easier. Gifts that will be used, rather than ones that could be seen as clutter to the recipient, really show that you value them and have considered the gift carefully.

Food Prep

If you are a family that opts for a traditional roast dinner on Christmas day, then you will know how hectic the kitchen can get while you are trying to juggle multiple pots and pans! Luckily, there is a whole range of foods that you can cook in advance and then freeze so that you will have less work to do on the big day. From stuffing and gravy, to Yorkshire puddings and a whole range of desserts, these are a few of the things that can be cooked, frozen and then popped back in the oven or heated up on Christmas day. You can also peel and prep veg in advance and keep in saucepans of cold water until needed. Much easier than rushing about Christmas morning!

Clear some Space

For those with children, trying to fit new gifts into their already full bedrooms can be a chore and they may end up laying around the house for a few weeks (or months)! To try and avoid this, get everyone in the family to help out with decluttering the house. Avoid telling them that they need to get rid of their toys. Instead, tell them that they need to make room for potential new toys that they will get at Christmas, and that their old toys can go to new homes for other girls and boys to enjoy. This puts a positive spin on the task and makes it much easier as they will be excited at the thought of their new toys.

You may also look to clear out any old clothes you don’t wear or that they have grown out of. You can then donate these to a local charity or refuge if they are in good condition, which may allow other families to give gifts over Christmas.

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Achieve the Perfect Themed Wedding


A large amount of effort and money goes into turning your wedding dreams into a reality. So of course you want to make each and every aspect of your big day is super special. A great way of making sure everything is special and works together, is by choosing a theme for your wedding. Whether this is based on a certain colour, season or style, it can be as extravagant or low key as you like. 

This it will not only make everything look good together, but it also makes decision making a lot easier too. So, if you want to know more about how you can stick to a theme for your big day, then read on as I'm going to be sharing some top tips for picking the theme of your wedding. 

Outfits and Accessories
The outfits and accessories that you, your partner and guests opt for can either add to or subtract from your overall theme. The colour you choose can be tied into your big day within the bridesmaids dresses, flowers, ties and pocked squares, and of course table linen. You can even ask your guests to stick to your chosen colour or theme, by giving a strict dress code within your invites - why not use this prom dress finder to find the perfect outfit? Don’t be afraid to do this as after all it’s your day, and they will no doubt be more than happy to help you make the most of it.

You can also make an effort to style yourself in the appropriate way with accessories and such, for example adding a luxurious white faux fur shawl to your outfit for a winter wonderland wedding, or adding a vintage hair piece for a 1920s style wedding. It’s likely that you also have control over what your bridesmaids will be wearing, so be sure to search for bridesmaids dresses with varieties of colours to find out what will really boost your theme. 

Styling your Venue
The venue that you choose and the style changes that you make are so important. Opting for a blank room and not providing or requesting any specific design changes will definitely ruin any theme you have gone with. Alternatively, finding an extravagant location that goes perfectly with your chosen style, such as a castle for a fairytale wedding, will be such an amazing feature that really improves the overall experience for both you and your guests.

Adding some extra features to your venue will help you to create a more unique and enjoyable space. Whether this be in the form of elegant chair covers and personalised name place cards to take dining to the next level, or disco lights and other party features such as the wedding photo swap app that can help you to get the night started. Whatever you do make sure to be consistent throughout. There's no point picking a certain theme and then not really going for it - go big or go home I say.

Perfecting your wedding theme couldn’t be simpler when you make the most of the creative steps detailed above. Start with your outfit and accessories, and continue with your venue by making your own design changes. And have the most magical day!

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