There will always come a time in any homeowner’s life when they start to feel that their home décor and furnishings are a little bit tired, in need of a bit of a revamp. And if you find yourself in this particular situation at the moment, perhaps consider replacing your home furnishings with those along a 1970s aesthetic.
These days, you can’t seem to escape technology. Everything is always about making objects smarter and more autonomous – or at least it seems that way a lot of the time. Smart tech has now become commonplace in our homes, whether it’s a fridge that can tell you what food is approaching its use-by date or an app that can turn on your central heating when you’re not even in the house.
We all know IKEA as the place to get affordable furniture for our homes, but there are some pieces produced by the Swedish firm that are now worth considerably more than their original price tag.
As more and more of us move into cities and other urban areas, our homes are getting smaller by necessity. A growing number of people live in flats, some of which can be really small, but when you have the right kind of furniture the size of the space doesn’t always matter.