Living in London city apartments can be the ultimate dream for some. However, the charm of small spaces doesn’t come without its challenges!
Whether you are moving into a new house or simply renovating your old one, there will always be some heavy furniture that you will have to carry from one place to another.
Finding the motivation for a busy day of working from home can be quite a challenge. After all, aren’t we all guilty of slacking off sometimes.
It’s hard not to love shoes. And much like books, it’s even harder to resist buying shoes even if you don’t need them. With cities getting crowded and accommodations smaller.
The minimalist style is a whole school of thought based on minimalistic living: decreasing possessions to lower stress and anxiety. Start it now!
Fate often ends up making such small spare rooms a dumping ground for rarely used items. But if you use your mind and creative abilities, you’d be able to utilize that space and make the most out of it.
Having your own outdoor space is a dream for those living in London city apartments – even if it’s just a tiny balcony. But that small space can get quite messy in no time.
The aesthetically pleasing, historically rich, and ethnically diverse capital of England attracts the entrepreneurs, students, and the literature freaks alike.
This moving house checklist is based on the 4 weeks strategy and split into four different timelines namely the planning, preparatory, packing and moving phases.
In 2017 and 2018, around four-hundred thousand people moved to London, half of whom were immigrants. We wouldn't be surprised if you are planning to move to London as well.
Finding it difficult to come up with new and innovative kitchen storage ideas? Not everyone can afford to have a capacious three-room kitchen.
Your house’s outdoor space is as essential as its indoor space. With the newfound extra time due to the pandemic you can work on some pretty amazing outdoor decor ideas.
Can’t find the blue sock you were wearing last week? Tired of looking everyday at the mess you call a wardrobe?
Someone once said, “A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else.” And they weren’t wrong. But to enjoy London and all its perks, you need a job.
Living in a beautiful and serene home can have an amazing impact on your life, with bold colours and designs coming together to make it uniquely yours.
When it comes to searching for that perfect house or even office, it’s impossible to visit the thousands of estate agents out there. That’s why we wanted to make things a little bit easier for you.
Amongst the awe of Big Ben, the noise of Oxford Street, and the serenity of Hyde Park are a few abandoned places in London.
Have you ever dreamt of living in one of the most beautiful and bustling cities in the world? A city full of beautiful architecture, amazing parks and a pub around every corner.
One of the most historic cities of all time, London is now home to approximately 9 million people. The city is separated into various areas, some upscale and posh, others hip and lively.
The saying “Old is gold” is rarely as true as in the case of furniture: comfortable pre-loved armchairs, a unique sofa that is nicely worn in exactly the right places.
Swedish Death Cleaning is described as a process of minimalism during which you start to organize all your personal belongings and discard any extra possessions that you may have in order.
Moving to a new house is exciting and daunting at the same time. There’s so much going on consecutively that it’s easy to get overwhelmed.
There is beauty in living in a small space. Read that again. It’s true. Small spaces provide a highly intimate and cosy living experience.
London is home to more than 50% more flats than houses, meaning that you have plenty of options. Nevertheless, the popular capital city is always swarming with potential tenants.
Getting dressed up, adding a tinge of cologne or perfume, and anxiously waiting for your partner to pick you up for a date has now taken a back seat.
The Office of National Statistics states that a total of 1.7 million employees of companies based in the U.K. worked from home in 2019.
While it is understandable to leave your current project related supplies and files lying around to start where you left off, majority of the time coming to a cluttered workspace.
Are you the proud owner of twenty black shirts – some with the exact same round neckline with something slightly different on the sleeves?
The city is full of young curious souls roaming around with backpacks holding a notebook or two and a newly purchased Apple laptop that contains their heart.