"Home" section is your personal guide to creating a harmonious home, where you can express yourself and meet your specific needs. Our goal is to provide you with information and inspiration to help you achieve a home that is comfortable, functional, and reflects your personal style.
Our "Home" section is divided into various subcategories, each focusing on a different aspect of home life. We cover everything from interior design to DIY renovations, from smart home devices to home security. Whether you're looking for ways to make your bathroom look like it's from a 5-star hotel or seeking advice on how to keep your house secure, we've got you covered.
In our interior design articles, we share tips and tricks on how to create a cozy atmosphere, choose the perfect house plants, and avoid common decor mistakes. We believe that a well-designed home is a happy home, and we're here to help you achieve that.
If you're a DIY enthusiast, you'll love our renovation articles. We guide you through the process of doing renovations with your own hands, helping you avoid common pitfalls and achieve professional-looking results. From bathroom renovations to small but impactful home upgrades, we provide practical advice that you can apply to your own projects.
In our smart home section, we introduce you to devices that can make your home more comfortable and efficient. From gadgets that solve small but annoying problems to devices that take your comfort to a whole new level, we help you navigate the world of smart home technology.
We also understand the importance of home security. That's why we provide articles on how to keep your house secure, including signs you should not ignore and measures you can take to protect your home.
Finally, we believe that a clean home is a happy home. We share advice on how to keep your home clean. This includes things that we clean too often and actually damage, and things that can make even the most stylish hallway look messy.
In the "Home" section, we aim to provide you with the knowledge and inspiration you need to create a home that's not just a place to live, but a place you love. Join us as we explore the many ways to make your home a reflection of your personality and a space that brings you joy every day.
We all know how good it feels to be in a perfectly clean home. A tidy place can even help you cope with stress. Indeed, clutter not only makes our apartment uncomfortable, but also irritates our nerves. We decided to have a look at how some people managed to transform their homes into a nice living space, and found a few cool ideas.
We do many chores the way we’ve gotten used to doing them, despite the inconveniences they may cause, and never think about finding simpler ways of getting things one. But funnily enough, you don’t have to make significant changes in your home or use complicated appliances. You can easily get these chores done with a handful of simple household items.
Have you ever considered that a lot of mirrors in your bedroom might increase your cleaning time or that dark shades on your lamps could increase your electric bill? There are many things at home that we are used to and that we think are useful. But the truth is they either make us clean more often or create an uncomfortable atmosphere.
It’s not for nothing that Japan is often referred to as “another planet.” All you need to do is peek into an apartment of an ordinary resident of the Land of the Rising Sun and you’ll see fridge doors that open to different sides, clothes that aren’t drying on the balcony, and hardly any potholders in the kitchen. And at the same time, almost every Japanese person has a small grill in their home.
A famous rule says that if you want changes in your life, start by redecorating your house. But there are some people that like going a step further than merely rearranging furniture — they demolish the walls and start over, making their homes even more beautiful than before. And some people’s homes boast a garden as well, which also requires plenty of attention. And it’s these kinds of people who have never heard of the word, “lazy.”
Many people feel anxious when they hear the word “renovation.” But you don’t have to spend a lot of money or hire a team of builders to make your home more cozy. Sometimes, all it takes is adding a few details or changing the color of your furniture or walls for the room to look completely different.
When we walk into someone’s home, it’s normal to look around and jump to certain conclusions about the people who live there, including their character, habits, and lifestyle. Even the tiniest details can reveal interesting nuances. For example, certain things may make us think that a person is stingy. However, not all of these presumptions are actually true.
The kitchen is the heart of any home, where people spend a lot of time. But what is one supposed to do when the environment around them starts to get boring or when their soul asks for changes but starting a renovation is scary and expensive? It’s time to freshen up the main room in the house (in a way that uses the least amount of money and time).
The chance to lie in a soft, warm and cosy bed is probably the one thing we value the most when the weather’s cold and the sky is grey. Whether it’s reading a book, watching a film, or drinking a cup of tea, life doesn’t really get any more relaxing than when you’re under the covers. And it’s even better when you have the bed of your dreams.
A lot of people associate guests’ visits with deep cleaning. We mop the floors, clean windows and mirrors, get rid of dust, and give a perfect look to our house. But some little things in our homes can impress guests more than the mess and the traces of cobwebs on the ceiling.
If you are wondering why bugs and other pests pay your bathroom a visit, it’s because of all the moisture. And when we’re talking about the toilet seat, in particular, many people fail to clean it consistently and in detail. Flushing isn’t enough, since there is the residue left behind and that is enough to attract all the wrong guests.
Are some of the rooms in your house or apartment quite small? It’s time to stop seeing this as a problem. You just have to know how to make good use of the space within it, and then even in the tiniest cupboard you’ll be able to live and work, socialise with friends and spend time with your partner in comfort.
On the Internet, you can find lots of tips on how to make your kitchen more spacious. But most of them involve expensive renovation works including replacement of the flooring, demolishing walls, buying new appliances and other costly things. We decided to find out whether we can make the kitchen visually larger without investing a lot of money. Turns out it is possible.
It might sound strange, but cleaning can sometimes do more harm than good. Some things don’t need to be cleaned too often and require special care. Cast iron pans, wooden furniture and even jeans can be ruined if we clean or wash them too much.
The kitchen is always the place where lots of work gets done. It’s nice to try out new and complex recipes or enjoy a cozy breakfast. That’s why you want to invest as much effort and time as possible into this room so that the result justifies all of your expectations, even if it’s a really small room. The folks from our article were not deterred by their limited square footage, and they were able to create real masterpieces.
Supermarket shelves are full of various household goods that promise to remove stains, get rid of bacteria, and many other seemingly useful things. But in reality, not all of them are as useful as we tend to think. We put together a list of household items that are actually not that effective.
We all have similar curtains, taps, mirrors, laundry baskets, and other things in our bathrooms. But these things can be improved or replaced with better alternatives. This way, shower curtains will prevent water from splashing, washing your face and taking a bath will become much more pleasant, and you can make the place smell nice without any sprays.
After a thorough cleaning, one’s living space looks renewed. However, sometimes after spending a whole weekend tidying up, we can’t shake the feeling that the home is not ideally clean. And this is all because of the smells that have penetrated the walls, furniture, and household items. Thankfully, we have learned a number of simple tricks that can help neutralize the main sources of odor in the home.
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Decorating the Christmas tree is the tradition that everyone loves but it doesn’t have to be the only thing you do during the preparation for the holiday. Besides, some people don’t even want to have a Christmas tree at home, but it doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have any holiday atmosphere.
Often, when we decide to redecorate an apartment, we spend a lot of time trying to decide how to use the space correctly, which colors to choose, and what furniture to buy. And it becomes even harder if you have a small apartment that you want to make cozy and beautiful.
Finding a correct color combination is one of the most important steps in designing a stylish and holistic look. This is why we’re offering you this cheat sheet, so you’ll always hit the bullseye when choosing clothes and interior decor.
When breaking into a home, burglars look to get as many valuables as possible in the least amount of time. Because of this, they look for cash, jewelry, or anything inside familiar places, like in sock drawers or vases, and these things need to be kept safe, according to security experts.
Your kitchen is one of the coziest, most used rooms in your home. We spend a lot of time here, so it should be convenient and multifunctional. But there are several design mistakes that lead to constant inconveniences. Would you want to place an oven right next to the fridge? If you’re not sure, this article is a must-read!
Every person has their own view of comfort at home. Some people need soft fabrics and pastel colors to feel comfortable, while others require a lot of plants and daylight. And it’s great that some people manage to fulfill all of their wishes and make their home a place they want to stay in forever.
Lots of stuff, too little space: this is, unfortunately, a problem that almost every household comes up against at some point. There’s nowhere to store spices in the kitchen; shampoo bottles are falling off the shelves in the bathroom, and your wardrobe creaks from the weight of clothing you’ve stuffed in there. But for every problem there is always a solution — you just need to think creatively.
Steve Jobs once said, “Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. It’s not what it looks like and feels like. The design is how it works.” A growing number of people want to turn their houses into unique places that will bring joy to their hearts and will be pleasing to the eye. The list below is a compilation of design ideas that combine both: a stunning appearance and a practical approach.
Your backyard is a place where you can go and relax after a long working day, enjoying your beautiful surroundings. We all want our backyards to be cozy and picturesque, helping us to unwind and forget about our everyday problems.
More and more households prefer to have their front yards paved rather than turning them into beautiful gardens. Yet, in many western cities, gardens constitute 1/3 of the total urban area. A beautiful garden next to your house can make you happier, make your house appear more inviting, and can even increase the value of your property by up to 20%. Because what can be more beautiful than blossoming plants?
Here are the best plants for indoors that will improve your health as well as liven up the interior of your home. These plants are good indoors, easy to care for, and best at purifying the air around them.