A super easy way to add a retro or vintage touch to your kitchen, office space or any storage is a home label printer from Dymo. These can be picked up for under £15 from online shops like eBay, Amazon or Staples. The labels come in several colours but I think the black labels give … Continue reading Label Printer For Easy Retro Touch To Your Home Or Office
I posted a tutorial last week from At Home In Love on Colour Coding Books. I tried it out for myself and am really pleased with results. For some the very idea of sorting books by anything other than A-Z Authors Surname is paramount to blasphemy! But many like myself do not regularly use the books … Continue reading Bookshelves Sorted by Colour – Follow Up Post
Sorting the books on your bookshelves by colours is a super easy and inexpensive way to make the room pop! And create a centre piece and focal point for free using things you already have. This blog post gives some helpful tips on ways you can do it: 10 Tips for Colour Coded Bookshelves from … Continue reading Sort Books By Colour To Create Easy Focal Point
I recently used an Interior Wood Varnish for the first time and was extremely impressed by the results. I used a colour tinted varnish from Valspar (available at B&Q stores) on interior wooden doors and used it to spruce up a wood framed mirror and fireplace surround. These semi-transparent varnishes are available in 32 colours … Continue reading Interior Wood Varnish Colour Tints from Valspar – Easy Way To Give Your Home A Quick Shot Of Colour.