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This week brings New Year’s Eve decorations to get you in the party spirit and IKEA furniture hacks that are perfect for small spaces.
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Today marks our final blog post of 2019, and what better opportunity to show off some stylish decorations to help you see in the New Year. More and more of us opt for a night in with family and friends over heading out to celebrate, and if you’re preparing to host your very own New Year’s Eve party and want to spruce up your home, prepare yourself for some glamorous, yet budget-friendly, décor inspiration.
Covering everything from confetti balloons to gold foil curtains, disco balls to fairy lights, this article provides some seriously stylish inspiration if you’re looking to get your guests in the party spirit. With prices ranging from £3.00 to £55.00, the items in this roundup prove that you can give your home a sophisticated party update whatever your budget may be. We particularly love the Happy New Year balloon from Tiger which costs just £3.00, meaning that more of your budget can go on entertainment, nibbles and those all-important cocktails! So whatever your plans are for welcoming in 2020, make sure you check out this article to get some stunning decoration tips that will help you entertain your guests in style.
With Christmas just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start clearing out and making space for the new gifts and extra guests that we welcome into our homes during the festive season. If, like us, you struggle with small spaces in your home, then be sure to read this article which features six simple furniture hacks that can help bring a room to life!
From life changing stackable beds to DIY headboards, IKEA has come up with some really interesting and unique ways to make little changes to rooms. Storage can be pretty tight in smaller bedrooms so why not try swapping a wardrobe for a clothing rail and some wall mounted shelves? Not only does this save masses of space, it also allows you to show off some of your best clothes. What’s more, anything else can be put in roll away storage boxes and be hidden under the bed. Simple yet effective!
So whether you’re expecting extra mouths to feed and need to guest-proof your home for Christmas, or are just looking to de-clutter in time for the festive season, check out this article for some seriously impressive furniture hacks. Looks like a last minute trip to IKEA is in order this weekend!
Steph and Briar at jmm PR
20th December 2019