Though grand weddings may no longer be a common sight, there is no reason why one cannot marry their beloved during the lockdown. One can opt for a minimony, that consists of about 10-15 people who are extremely close to the bride and groom, or one can go ahead with a micro-wedding with less than 50 guests.
Homeschooling may be the order of the day but is your house equipped for it? Read on for some handy tips to help you create an inspiring study space for children.
With schools taking online lessons, your child’s study space needs to be inspiring, no excuses. If you are still wondering how to motivate your children to study and keep learning even at home, worry not! Here are some useful study room ideas that are perfect for your children, curated by our in-house experts. Let’s get started.
TVs are not the easiest things to decorate around or with, especially with so many boxes and wires surrounding it. The console, media stand, speakers and games usually takeup precious space and might end up looking cluttered, too boxy and unorganised.
Your living space is all about expressing yourself and bringing joy. We all know that travelling creates wonderful memories, and integrating these memories into your décor can make you happy. However, the stringent restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the contagious coronavirus have virtually brought the whole world to a standstill. The lockdown period is doubly hard for those who had had numerous travel plans for the coming months, be it for work or pleasure.
Being stuck at home for the foreseeable future was not something most of us envisioned at the beginning of the year. Our summer plans are on hold indefinitely and we have been advised to stay at home until the pandemic is in control. During this time, our home, our four walls protect us from the dangers of the world and keep us safe. Within these walls, we must work, exercise, feed and entertain ourselves, teach our children and then feel relaxed enough to fall asleep at night, only to do the same thing the next day. If we don’t adapt our living spaces to fit this new reality, we could start feeling trapped. If being homebound is making you feel bored, frustrated and anxious, or if you are looking to do something, stay positive while staying in with these tips to keep your spirits up and home in order.
Buying your first home is one of the biggest life decisions. It can be equal parts exciting and terrifying to be the owner of your first home. After you have made a life-changing decision, picking an area, figuring out your finances, finding a suitable house to meet your family’s requirements and preparing for a move can be overwhelming.
Creating a cohesive colour scheme for your home doesn’t have to be challenging or tricky. So, how do you finalise a colour palette that fosters flow, you ask? Here are some tips to consider for cohesion in your living space.
Do you work from home? We have found that the secret to working from home productively is by creating a space that actually inspires you to get to work instead of back under the covers. You can create a space that means business, even within the cosy confines of your home.Read on to know all about it.
If you have been indoors for days and weeks amid the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not alone. Things might seem like they are getting chaotic and you may be feeling bored and unproductive. To interrupt the infection curve and contain the spread of the virus, it is important for you to stay at home and practice social distancing.
Just designing and decorating your living space is not enough. It is equally important to keep your home clean and hygienic for which routines and consistency need to be in place. Wondering how to keep your home clean and hygienic? Here are 10 rules, or should we say habits that you need to follow. Well, without, any further ado, let’s get started.