Here at jmm PR, we have been scouring the internet for our favourite articles of the week.
This week brings some stylish integrated wardrobe inspiration and summer decorating ideas.
Image: Essential Home
If you’re lucky enough to own a built-in wardrobe, then you’ll already know exactly how perfect they are for decluttering the bedroom, particularly if, like us, you have trouble clearing out your wardrobe! This week, the Good Homes team has provided a round-up of their favourite integrated closet ideas on Instagram, and it’s safe to say that we have major interior design envy after reading this article!
As well as maximising on space and providing a great area to organise your clothes, shoes and accessories, built-in wardrobes can be tailored to meet your exact needs and requirements, ensuring that they fit in perfectly with your life. Not only this, they also help to create a streamlined, stylish and modern look in the bedroom, and can even make the space appear bigger than it actually is.
Our favourite thing about this article is how it proves that even the smallest, most awkward spaces can be transformed into a stylish storage area, demonstrating just how versatile built-in wardrobes can be. We love the shaker-style integrated wardrobe with gold handles from @thelondonhomefix (surprise surprise, it’s pink!), as it makes the room look both modern and sophisticated, while providing a perfect space to store clothes and other accessories.
With a selection of five completely different (but all equally as stunning) built-in wardrobe ideas to suit a range of interior design styles, there’s bound to be something that will catch your eye. If this article doesn’t leave you wanting to plan your bedroom renovation then we don’t know what will!
Image: Michael Sinclair
We can’t believe its August! We’re well into the summer months now, but that doesn’t mean we’re running out of time to give our homes a seasonal makeover. If you think any of your rooms are in need of a summer spruce up, then be sure to check out this article from Homes and Gardens for five ways to bring the delights of summer into your home.
The first idea is to take inspiration from nature. Not only do plants and flowers look and smell amazing, the article also mentions how they have a positive impact on our wellbeing, what’s not to love?! Hayfever sufferers may have other ideas, but fear not, Homes and Gardens suggest floral wall art as an alternative option too.
Another idea is to keep it bright with white (pictured above). The article suggests making the most of the longer, brighter days and allowing as much natural light into your home as possible. Homes and Gardens explain how using white as a base colour can really help this.
Our favourite idea is, perhaps, the most simple of all; making the most of photos. Nowadays we are all guilty of snapping lots of pictures on our phones, sharing them to social media and then rarely looking at them afterwards. Sometimes we need a gentle reminder that hanging photos up at home is a really lovely idea, which adds a personal touch to the overall interior design. One of the easiest ways to spruce up a room is to buy some frames and print some of your favourite photos. Let us know if you decide to give it a go this weekend!
Tessa and Steph
7th August 2020