Today I’m sharing an impressive DIY project that transforms a pile of copper pipes into a freestanding wardrobe. It’s a thrifty, minimalist way to organise your clothes and would look great as a hallway stand too. Plus, I’ve got a … Continue reading →
There are just three essentials that every wardrobe needs to give you a strong foundation to build upon with your own unique style. Read on to find out what staples you need for a great minimalist wardrobe and to enter … Continue reading →
Creativity is like the golden egg of personal development: we all want to be more creative, yet how to climb the beanstalk, claim the treasure of creativity and bring it into our lives? Today I’m sharing some creativity tips from … Continue reading →
Remember your childhood Christmas tree – I bet it had an angel on the top, didn’t it? Over the years I’ve spotted more and more stars adorning the tops of our festive trees, but I love the traditional look that … Continue reading →
December 2, 2017
by Cassiefairy Comments Off on I’m a judge in the “Tiling for a Good Cause” competition – and you can vote for your favourite!
Tile Trader’s “Tiling for a Good Cause” campaign aims to give one deserving facility a tiling transformation worth up to £500, and they’ve asked me to be an expert judge! Nominations have been received from community groups across the UK … Continue reading →
I know it might feel a little early to be putting up the decorations but I wanted to share this project with you asap, as I’m not just showing you how to make snowy letters – I’m giving my own … Continue reading →
Today I’ve got some tips from ScandiKitchen’s Brontë Aurell on how to make your home instantly feel much more Scandinavian, along with some gorgeous photos of the look. This feature is taken from Brontë’s newly released coffee table book ‘North’. … Continue reading →
Once you’ve tackled most rooms in your home, purchased new storage solutions, and discarded things you no longer use, how do you continue to stay organised? One of the most important parts of any organising system is sustainability. It’s when … Continue reading →
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