We are a generation obsessed with more. If we need more space then it means we need more places right? Well not necessarily!
I recently worked on a superb project. A growing family were dabbling with the idea of extending their home to create more room. But not for long. A Place for Space soon had them discovering their house and all it’s hidden potential.
If your anything like I am, you know the value of ‘me time’. Having a young family is wonderful, but having grown up...
Who doesn't love the feeling of sunshine and stretched out evenings? Sparkling wine and sizzling BBQs. Freshly cut grass and carefree weekends. I hope you’ve all managed to sample some of these summer delights!
The past few months have been buzzing with ideas and opportunities and I have been happily snapping them up!
June time was all hands on deck. I had some wonderful clients. They were struggling to manage a sense of order at home between work and family commi...
When did life get so hectic? Carving out time for your family, friends, career and home can simply feel impossible.
Well you’re not alone. Coming home from a busy day at the office to a chaotic house is a familiar feeling for a lot of us. Where do you begin? A hallway full of shoes and washing up staring you in the face. Lunches to pack for the next day. You have the desire for nothing more then to relax, but everything seems upside down and inside out.
Did you know your home is hiding secrets? Oops! Well we’re here to let you in! The secret is space. But where is it you ask? ‘Everywhere’ we cry!
So lets get hunting. Storage solutions can be found everywhere! Dust off those DIY books and lets get creative. In your hallway, try overhead cabinets or a small closet to clear all those coats and shoes! This creates space by lifting all those items off the floor and out of the way.
When it comes to decluttering, nostalgia is not our friend. Last week we talked about headspace. We are what we see, what we think.
We can’t go too long talking of cleaning up that space, without addressing the wonderful Marie Kondo. Let's all breathe a sigh of relief.
This Japanese author has got this tidying thing down to a fine art. Kondo is not a fan of nostalgia. How many of us have started opening boxes, rooted down through letters abandoning all hope of clearing...