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The New Year always brings with it a craving for fresh starts and new changes with each of us making resolutions big and small. As we’re once again staying home, your own four walls are the perfect place to begin a seasonal refresh. Here are a few easy changes that you can make to help update and refresh your home for 2021.
1. Create a new layout
Rather than splurging on new furniture, try moving around the pieces you currently own. Easiest to do in rooms like the living room or bedroom, reconfiguring a space can help it feel like an entirely new room without spending a penny. With the purpose of many of our rooms having changed over the last year, from bedroom offices to classroom kitchens, take some time to think about how you use each room and how a different layout could help make life easier. And you don’t have to be a feng shui master to make a difference, even a small task like decluttering side tables or rearranging the kitchen cupboards to get rid of things you don’t use anymore can help your furniture feel refreshed and more effective in the home.
Our cherished holidays and getaways seem far from our reach at present. We all look forward to time away; our chance to escape our everyday lives, time to relax, taking in new surroundings and making new memories. Now more than ever, most of us are longing to get out of the house and to getaway. To cheer you up, Ashleigh & Burwood has a few ideas (some of them a little humorous) to bring the holiday to your home.
Spring Equinox at the start of this week means spring has officially begun and the days lengthen, the sun begins peeking out from behind the clouds and the first flower buds poke their heads out of the earth. This transition of the seasons also brings about a change in our homes as we seek to refresh them after the hibernation of the cosy winter season.
According to Pantones Colour of the Year, green is the shade that will define 2017. Explaining their choice of colour, Pantone suggested that green reflects our growing desire for revitalisation in the face of a tumultuous 2016 and an effort to reconnect with the natural world as we become more dissatisfied with modern life.
Our love of space goes all the way back to ancient times, when the Greeks mapped out the constellations of the night sky, and as the excitement over this months supermoon shows, our passion for the astronomical continues today.
Sandwiched in between Halloween and Christmas, November can feel like a bit of uneventful month in which the nights draw in and the days get colder. However, from beautiful frosty landscapes to cosy evenings in with a warming treat theres still plenty to love in November. Here are some of the scents that wed recommend for this month which remind us of everything we love about November.
At long, long last, winter has come to an end and spring is finally here! With the Easter bank holiday approaching, nows the perfect time to get creative and begin opening up your home to let spring in.
There are lots of lovely ways to add a touch of spring to your home (dont worry, were not going to suggest spring cleaning though if you do feel like having a spruce, check out our tips here), from fresh flowers to bright colours and light pastels, you can add instant-Spring to your home using just a few home accessories!