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Creating a stylish and functional kids’ bedroom plays an important role in their growth, as this is the environment in which they’ll spend quite a bit of their time. This applies whether you have a child who is outgrowing their bedroom or indeed if you’re welcoming a new addition to the family. What will be their sanctuary and place of escape and comfort needs to be an enabling environment for them to flourish. ...

When choosing a perfect seating solution for your living room, patio or home theater a lot of people make a mistake of looking only at the woodwork. Sure, it’s pattern plays a large part when it comes to aesthetics, but this is not all there is to it. Finding a perfect upholstery fabric can essentially revolutionize your interior design and even have a great effect on the overall comfort. With this in mind, here are few tips that may help you make the right choice. ...

Now when technology provides you with everything at your fingertips, it is rather difficult to get bored like we once used to. There is no longer the excuse of not being able to find anything to do because there is always so much around. If you are on a tight budget and can’t (or don’t want to) go out to enjoy yourself, here are some ideas to save you from boredom on a budget: ...

The love food hate waste campaign estimates that an average of £700 worth of food is thrown away by UK families every year. ...

Working from home requires a good amount of will power, even if you don’t have a family. It’s definitely not for everyone. Getting up and making yourself go to ‘work’ when work is just a different room in your home is quite tough and staying focused once you’re there is even harder! Imagine then adding your young family to the mix, who you want to spend all your time with and who equally don’t understand why mummy or daddy is sitting on their own and not spending time with them. Heartache city! ...

Often a garage will offer a pre-examination of your car before an MOT, this is sometimes offered free of charge, but more often than not you will be charged an additional fee for it. ...

According to World Health Organization more than 4 million people die from illnesses caused by household air pollution, and approximately 3 billion people use open fires and simple stoves that burn biomass for cooking and heating their homes. Around 3 billion people use solid fuels, such as wood, coal, and crop wastes, for the same purposes, which results in high levels of household air pollution, especially in homes with poor ventilation. Therefore, it goes without saying that this issue is far too serious to be neglected. Fortunately,...

Recent innovations have led to a trampoline design that finally fulfills longstanding consumer demands for higher levels of safety. Traditional trampoline designs have resulted in millions of injuries over the years with pediatricians and chiropractors issuing numerous warnings. Now, a new design is entering the market, and these trampolines are not only safer – they’re smarter. ...

If everyone in your immediate family has time off at the same time, what are some possibilities when it comes to vacation? The kids are out of school, and you and your spouse have managed to wrangle a full week of PTO. Now comes the struggle – what to do with all of that potential bonding time and space! ...

For most of us, our phones function as many things: address books, calendars, clocks, handheld computers, matchmakers, research assistants, maps, and notepads. They help us keep track of new people we meet, our appointments with the optometrist, and emails from our bosses. Our phones help us find the best route to that new restaurant we’ve been wanting to try out. They’re concierges that can help us find the best place in a new town to start our shopping trip. And our phones are also blank canvases where we can express our personal...

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