Princely Pooches Banned From Personal Suite

I’ve never been a pet lover of the type that lets pets sit on chairs or my bed.  In fact I’m not that keen on anyone else going near my bed, animal or human.  It’s funny how we get used to having our own private, personal space.  I have waivered over the years and at last I am happy in my own house with my own choice of furniture and fabrics.  The walls are the same throughout because when I last had the place decorated, the chap was over for a holiday from his own home and only had two weeks in which to do my work.  He did carry out the total redecoration of the downstairs.  I gave great assistance by emptying and moving various peices of furniture and cleaning around the walls etc. before he began.  And any visiting dogs just have to stay put in the parlour – after my gargantuan decorating, they’re not welcome!

Pretend Favours To Sneak In Spare TV

Oh how I laughed to myself the other day when returning from a birthday weekend with family.  They’d asked me to sit in to take delivery of a pet food delivery whilst they went pet training.  As we were already going out the next day, I accepted the chance to sleepover at their fabulous country pile.   The light there just seems bigger, shinier – cleaner!  They have a lovely big kitchen but now want a studio to design it properly for best ergonomic use.  They also have a beautifully designed and themed lounge, with a big tv that I thought made all nature programmes come more alive than on  my scruffy little set.  Well when I returned home – to my delight there was a bigger tv installed in my sitting room – with a huge red ribbon & bow attached.  My recent hosts had fixed the delivery plot to get me out of the house !  Such delight.

Safety in Your Home or Office

Fire safety is a big deal for most home owners and business owners. Whether you are taking precautions such as installing up to date smoke and fire detectors, or you are having specialised equipment installed inside your building, there are lots of ways to keep our property safe from fire and smoke.

One such was is through installing special smoke vents. These are well known about in industrial buildings, however it seems fewer people know what they are or understand how they work within commercial and residential property.  A smoke vent is essentially a vent or shaft which directs smoke away from rooms and windows, and out through either a roof or wall.  They work to prevent a build up of smoke in the event of a fire, and help to ensure people inside the building are safer to escape without inhaling lots of smoke.

If you want to find out more about smoke vents, the products available, or purchase a smoke vent, we recommend you reach out to an expert company. This smoke vent website is a good start, based in the UK and currently one of the most proficient in this field.

Knowing How To Deal Gets The Best Home Setting

I have had the joy of helping a young couple move to  their ‘forever’ home.  This does seem a bit unlikely as they are both in their late 20s/early 30s but they found the whole business of selling their first house very stressful and have decided that they’ve already found the perfect spot to live out their very much longer retirement period.  I suspect they will go house hunting again in a couple of years.   When they’ve done everything they can to the current beauty and have got exceedingly bored.  Gettig this house right has been wonderful fun though.  They saw it when it was an empty shell – a conversion of a victorian building.  They’ve agreed all the way along – perhaps differing only on a few small points.  The decor is indeed magnificent and because the chap is a very good organiser and fixer, he has done a fantastic job getting their deals into place.

Adding a Decorative Flourish to Your Home

The home can easily be a bit bland if you do not have decorative touches to really add your own mark. There are lots of ways to add a personal touch to your home, from adding ornaments, to painting walls the colour you truly love.

When it comes to living areas, a good way to make a house look like a home is add comfy items like cushions, throws, blankets and candles. These add a warm and inviting atmosphere to your room, making it much nicer to spend time in. Another great way is having luxurious curtains in a rich material like velvet, or silks. These can add a lux look which also involves a second texture.

Bedrooms are easy to make your own, again, with curtains, matching bedding and thick rugs or carpets. A furry rug is a comfy touch, and sweet photos of the family add a nice personal look.

The bathroom can have some expensive looking products like fancy bath foam, soaps and fragrance sticks. These keep the air smelling nice as well as looking attractive.