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Home Renovations You Can Do Right Now

With the UK in the midst of a second lockdown, you might be thinking about some of the home improvements you can be doing right now. DIY and home improvements skyrocketed during the first lockdown back in March, with research suggesting that households were spending an average of £4,000 on home improvements during lockdown.

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Interior Design Ideas for Your Home Office

Thanks to COVID-19, more and more people have given up going to the office in favour of working from home. As a result, you will be spending far more time in your home office, and perhaps you’ve noticed that it just isn’t quite up to scratch. While you may not have minded how basic and underwhelming the space was when you were only using it sporadically at the weekends, now that it’s become your permanent base you are probably starting to think that it could really do with a design overhaul.

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How to Make the Most Out of a Small Home Office

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Whether you’re working from home or you simply want a fashionable space to do some work in, your home office is the perfect solution. It creates a space just for you where you can either unwind or toil away, and that can offer comfort and style either way. You will also be able to separate your work life from your home life. A professional ambiance will look great when you Skype clients and will keep you in a productive mindset. Continue reading

Essential Home Office Tips

Home offices are great way of creating a dedicated space in your home for work. Having this space can really help increase your productivity and keep distractions at bay – whether distractions of fun or your own children. Designing your ideal home office is the first step to ensuring you have a calming space so that you can work efficiently.

Whether you spend your whole work week or just a few hours a day in your home office, there are a few essential tips to keep in mind:

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Comeback Trends for Home Interiors

As a society, we are forever seeing trends coming and going, especially within interior design. Considering this, a lot of trends are recycled, reused, or just slightly changed to fit in with the modern times.

Through many eras, we have seen some bold trends, some natural themed styles and some very unique fashions make their way through our homes. As we journey into 2020 we are seeing many of these make a comeback, but which ones are here to stay?

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Spotlight On: Rustic Office Design

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While offices used to be dull and bland places, nowadays people are becoming more interested in and creative with their design choices. When decorating an office, it is important that you choose a look that will reflect the company’s industry and beliefs, while remaining practical for the work that undergoes in there.

An attractive and well-designed office space is beneficial to your business in many ways. We all know the importance of first impressions, and this is just as vital in your office space as anywhere else in your life. When meeting clients and customers in your office, you want them to enjoy a space that is fitting to your business. A well thought out room will also create a better working environment, inspiring better work and positive attitude.

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Getting Your Home Office Back to School Ready

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Working from home has a lot of advantages, namely that you don’t have to book a day off work to wait in the for gas man. However, there are disadvantages too, and sometimes living and working in the same space can leave you feeling a little claustrophobic.

Just like you might have a spring clean, we highly recommend taking some time to get your home office back to school ready and dust away the last of the lazy summer days as we head into the autumn months.
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