Easter Holiday plans
+ Cadbury Chocolate Giveaway!

I love Spring – daffodils, cute fluffy lambs, blossom on the trees and if we’re really lucky, a bit of sunshine! With less than a week to go before J breaks up from school for the Easter holidays, I’ve been thinking about our plans for the two-week break and decided I’d share them here on my blog (in bucket list-style fashion of course)!

Celebrate Jasmine’s birthday

Insert cliched mum talk such as “how is my baby so grown up?” here.

But seriously, how do I have an almost-five-year-old?! Blows my mind, it really does. We’ll be kicking off the Easter break with J’s 5th birthday celebrations. She’ll be having her first proper birthday party (at a local soft play centre) and is excited to celebrate the occasion with her school friends. Read more...

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5 reasons to try artificial lawn

Artificial grass is fast growing in popularity. More people than ever are are choosing to replace their turf with artificial lawn. If you haven’t seen artificial lawn in the last few years, you might not understand why. We’ve all heard stories about how fake grass has left people with burns or grazes. You might have even tried it years ago, when it felt hard, rough and, well, fake. A lot has changed since then, and you might be surprised by some of the reasons you should try artificial grass in your garden. Read more...

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Softening Up The Hard Stuff In The Home

Using materials in smart ways has long been a big part of interior design. There are loads of options on the market which can be used to make a space feel unique, ranging from the soft to the solid, with loads of different options in between. Around the home, the choices you make in this area can have a massive impact. So, to help you out, this post will be exploring some of the uses for hard materials in your home, giving you an idea of how you can apply them to your own space without taking away the warm and welcoming feel you’ve worked hard to achieve. Read more...

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7 Clever Ways To Create Space In Your Home

In an ideal world, you’d live in a massive house with more space than you know what to do with. But for most people, that’s not a reality. House prices are on the rise and most people can’t afford the space that they’d like. It’s a real struggle when you’re in a house that’s too small but usually, there is a solution. Often, it’s not that the floor space in the house itself is too small, the problem is with the way that you’re using that space. That means there are certain things you can do to increase the floor space and make the house feel larger without having to move into a bigger, more expensive place. If your home is starting to feel cramped and you want to open it up a bit more, here are some simple ways you can do it. Read more...

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