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Picking The Best Hardwood Engineered Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is just like having the look and feel of real solid wood but without the maintenance and installation process. It gives you the aesthetics you desire in your home without all the work and extra expense which is why it’s such an appealing option to many.  The engineered flooring Melbourne homeowners get from Market Timbers are made of high quality material. They can then discover a range of options suitable for their specifications and budget requirements.

With all wooden flooring though, there are some practical elements to consider before you go out looking and buying. This article will consider exactly what you need to look for and how you go about choosing the best engineered wooden flooring for your home.

How To Choose Engineered Hardwood Flooring

What’s the difference between engineered and normal wooden flooring?

First, get to know the differences between engineered and solid wood. These are the main two types of wood you will see in the stores. Solid wood is much thicker then engineered wood and is on average 18-22mm thick. Engineered wood however can be a very thin cut of real solid wood that is placed onto a plywood or cheaper material.  Once you have decided on the thickness, you will have an easy journey as it relates to the extent that the floor needs sanding and refinishing touches.  

Know your budget.

Costs can become higher or lower due to a number of elements. The wider you go when looking at boards, you will be looking at higher prices compared to narrower ones. So, if you don’t mind thinner wooden boards on your floor, this may save you some money.

Get guarantee for your engineered wood.

As with any high-priced item you will want to ensure you get suitable cover for your flooring. Even though it’s natural so will be susceptible to everyday wear and tear, there are some things you can get covered on. However, it is your job to maintain them as best as possible by not dragging furniture around and not walking in heels on the wood for example.

Find out what finish you will like.

There are two types available on the market: oil and lacquer finishes. These two offer a variety of different visual appeals and benefits so they are important to consider when choosing the wood. 

Oiled engineered hardwood will help promote a more genuine and natural looking finish. However, it might easily be marked when there are spills. This means that if you have a younger family you may want to consider lacquer which offer more protection over spillages.

Now you have a bigger picture of what to look for when choosing hardwood engineered flooring, you’ll be able to move closer towards what you really want.


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Mamma Musings

Online Moneymaking Tips You Can Try Today

For full-time moms wanting to find additional income sources, the internet is heaven. There are more ways to make money online than ever before; it is incredible how the little things we enjoy doing online can turn into earnings.

You can, for example, start a YouTube channel on a specific topic. Talk about parenting, cooking, or other things you love – things you understand really well – and draw the attention of viewers from around the world. You can earn money with YouTube sooner than you imagine.

Still, becoming a content creator is not the only way you can monetize the internet. There are other things you can do to make easy money, and the tips we are about to discuss in this article will help you get started right away.

Offer Services

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Services are in high demand and are very easy to sell online. Sites like Fiverr and Freelancer already give you access to thousands – if not millions – of projects you can do right now. The tricky bit is landing that first project.

What you can do to overcome this challenge is to create an online showcase of your work or skills. People looking for services online base their purchase decisions on past work and reviews, so an online showcase will help you land your first project sooner.

Make It Personal

One of the services you can offer is consultation over the phone. It is a popular way to earn YouTube earnings for influencers, and it is a way you can utilize to earn money online. An app can help you charge for phone calls to fans; check out Callmart to learn more.

You can then offer your expertise to the paying customers. The calls can be about anything, including casual conversations and personal chat. Don’t be surprised to find a lot of customers calling in just to have a conversation, especially if you are a fun person to talk to.

Have Fun

The key to online success, including YouTube success, is loving what you do. When you enjoy the things you do to make money online, you are more likely to please the customers with your work. Happy customers are customers who are also happy to recommend you to others.

In reality, most of the things you can do to make money on the internet are fun by nature. Becoming an Instagram influencer or a YouTube creator, opening your own e-commerce site, and accepting paid calls as we discussed earlier are always exciting.

Stick to the Plan

While you can definitely earn easy money online, you should never expect all of your additional income sources to be easy to explore. There will be challenges along the way, especially if you are just getting started with marketing yourself online.

There is only one solution to this problem: persevere. Keep at it, continue refining your services and your marketing campaigns, and the customers will come. When they do, make sure they leave with a big smile on their faces so that they attract more customers to your online business. The more you do this, the easier it will be to achieve online success.


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Mamma Reviews

Omega-3 and Vitamin D to Boost your Child’s Brain and Immunity!

Children need Omega 3 for every stage of their development. It boosts their brains, strengthens their immune systems and lifts their mood. It is also claimed to improve behaviour, reduce anxiety and helps to improve language. Sounds too good to be true – yet scientific research continues to show impressive results. We first began using Eskimo in 2015 and have used them almost every day since. I firmly believe that giving them the best start in this respect is critical and will stand to them long term. Kids are busy, between school, activities, play dates etc. We want them to preform to the best of their abilities and I really do feel that supplementing is a viable alternative. I simply couldn’t get the quantity of fish into the boys that I would like so for me the best alternative was a high quality fish supplement. I have done my research, I have spoken to other mothers online and in person and the brand that was mentioned most was Eskimo 3.

Brain Food for Kids

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Ready for the day, Omegas for adults and kids. Plus our sun-cream another essential component.

Omega-3s are important for every cell in the body, but for children, most of the research has focused on their role in promoting healthy brain development. Omega-3 fatty acids are the most critical building blocks of the brain – they are considered essential and must be obtained through diet or supplementation. Without these important fats, it can become difficult for children to concentrate, learn new information, and balance their moods properly.  DHA in particular is recognised as essential for normal brain function. It helps to improve membrane fluidity, which means that nerve impulses, or messages, are transmitted more effectively.   In animals, low brain DHA results in changes in behaviour and is associated with learning problems and memory deficits. In humans, studies indicate that DHA supports normal IQ and preserves learning and memory. Perhaps its the accountant in me but I like to do my research, I do read up on things to make sure I am making informed decisions. Lets face it, its our kids future I feel like I owe it to them to give them the best start in life I can. Having spoken with the lovely people at Eskimo 3, my attention was drawn to some important research which is summarised below.

A review of 7 different studies which reported on the results of DHA supplementation on school performance, found that 5 of the studies showed DHA improved school performance, including learning ability, reading and spelling.(1)  In a 2012 study (Richardson et al) found that Omega 3 DHA had a profound improvement in reading age, concentration and learning ability in children. Lower levels of DHA were attributed to poorer reading and impaired performance.(2)

One 2013 study by the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine looked at how boys responded to Omega-3 DHA. Omega-3 DHA is as important to our brains, as calcium is to our bones. It accounts for 97 percent of the omega-3 fats in the brain. In the study, (McNamara RK et al) showed that subjects who consumed less DHA had slower reaction times and exhibited lower levels of concentration compared with subjects who consumed more DHA.3  

Early omega-3 exposure may reduce incidence of children’s allergies

A recent 2017 article reported that eating oily fish or fish oil supplementation in pregnancy may be a strategy to prevent infant and childhood allergic disease, whilst a study in infants from birth to 6 months found that omega-3s were able to modify markers of immunity and potentially be protective against allergies.(4,5)  In addition, Bisgaard et al. reported a significantly reduced incidence of persistent wheeze or asthma at ages 3 to 5 years in children whose mothers took fish oil during pregnancy.(6)

All of this indicates that consumption of omega-3 during pregnancy by the mothers or intake of omega-3 in infancy may well be able to help reduce the incidence of allergic diseases, including asthma.

How much is required?

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) state that you need 250mg DHA daily to support healthy brain function. Eating oily fish twice a week (think SMASH – salmon, mackerel, anchovies, sardines and herring) will provide a healthy dose of omega-3 EPA/DHA.  Since it is almost impossible to get children to eat enough fish to meet the requirements, it’s smart to supplement their diet with a premium Omega-3 supplement such as Eskimo-3 Kids. If I get one fish meal a week with cleaned plates its pretty close to a miracle here. 

Vitamin D for Bones and Immunity

Vitamin D, the “sunshine vitamin”, is well known for its role in building strong bones and teeth. It’s not just about bones though. Vitamin D is needed for a healthy immune system – helping the body to fight off infections, making it a very important supplement during back to school time. The Irish Osteoporosis Society has called on parents to keep vitamin D intake top of mind. Some 88% of primary school children in Ireland have been reported to have vitamin D intakes below the recommended amount. Kids who do not get sufficient calcium and vitamin D are at increased risk for rickets (softening and weakening of bones in children, poor growth).


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Tips For Improving Health This Spring


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With the arrival of spring, it is time to get back to a healthier you. If you make a few simple changes in your daily routine, it is possible to see dramatic results. A good start is to evaluate your eating habits, get your annual physical, walk instead of driving short distances and exercise more in general. 

Spring Eats 
Nice weather means that it is time to stop buying comfort food and focus on healthier eating habits. Most people put on at least several pounds over the winter months. This is quite easy to do given the relative state of hibernation everyone incurs during the colder months. As you work to make healthier eating choices in the spring, try to focus on seasonal foods. These have the most nutrients and best flavors. Plus, as an added bonus, seasonal food is less expensive. When you eat out, head to the patio and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. It will make it easier to choose salads and lean proteins over heavier, fatty dishes. 

Annual CheckUp 
Just like a car, your body needs a tune up each year. Why not do it each spring? An annual physical should be an essential part of your preventative health care strategy. By completing an annual checkup, you can stop minor problems from becoming significant and scary problems that will disrupt your life on a massive scale both personally and financially. It is just a wise step to take. And be sure to get yourself tested for everything, including STDs

One Step at a Time 
You may have fallen out of your exercise routine during the winter as the weather has been less enjoyable. Or perhaps it is time to establish an exercise routine. Do not fret. A simple walk or bike ride to the supermarket will give you the vitamin D you require to boost your mood and it will help burn the calories you have built up over the winter. Try to walk more to places that are less than a mile away. You will save money on gas and improve your health tremendously. It will also help you feel better overall and help you sleep more soundly.

Other Essentials 

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Do not forget the importance of sleep and water. By drinking plenty of water throughout the day, it will help you determine whether you are full or just thirsty. Many times, when you think you are hungry you are actually thirsty or even slightly dehydrated. It is a great idea to always bring a refillable water bottle with you everywhere you go. A lot of public places have water fountains specifically designed to refill water bottles. And sleep is critical to your health, mood and overall ability to function in life. Eliminate screens from your bedroom and you are off to an amazing start. 

This spring, it is time to restart your health routine. Be sure to eat right, exercise, get to the doctor, drink plenty of water and sleep enough. At the end of the day, as long as you treat your body right it should treat you right.

Thanks to Author:  Paige Jirsa- Who works with Top10.Today, a shopping comparison site, where we strive to help consumers find the best quality and priced products.

Fairy Travels

Ultimate Guide To Goa With Children

Who doesn’t love enjoying a serene sight of sunset sitting on the beach, or indulging in some amazing water sports, or wandering in the vibrant flea markets? Well, then you need to be in Goa! This is the place that will help you bond with your family and friends. This small city has a variety of amusement activities in store for kids as well.  The city always acts as refreshment when one spends time with their children away from home. If you want to go on a trip with your kids for relaxation and excitement, then Goa is an ideal place where you need to rush.

Best time to visit Goa with kids

The best time to visit Goa is during the onset of autumn or during the spring season, that is, in the month of October and November till February. This is the most pleasant time to visit beaches and monuments of the city. Seaside always has a calm and serene climate during later half of the year, and it is too difficult to stay under the scorching sun between the months of March and June.


The monsoon season is not really safe to visit a seaside because of the heavy downpour and thunderstorm hitting the seashore. However, you can still enjoy your rainy season in Goa with your kids and let them experience the beauty of nature. So, it is preferable to visit Goa during autumn or spring or during the winter season.

Tips for visiting Goa with kids

Most of them believe that Goa is a romantic destination. But you must be clear about the fact that this place has something special to offer for each and every individual.

  • It is not just a place with great beaches but there are many museums, monuments, and forts where you can take your kids and let them gain knowledge about history and architecture.
  • Here your little ones can also enjoy water sports such as scuba-diving, para-sailing, boat ride, and much more.
  • Do not forget to taste the yummy fresh seafood of Goa.

What to pack for kids traveling in Goa?

Most of the things you need are available in the local markets of Goa. However, travelling should always be done in a prepared way. Some important things you must remember to take when you are in Goa with your children are: –

  •    A few essential things that you must carry are a hat, a good mosquito repellent and sun-screen. These are must when you are going for trekking or such adventurous activities.
  •    Next comes the first-aid kit that include Paracetamol, cream that prevents rash caused by the heat, band aids, cotton, and Dettol. 
  •    If you have a really small kid, then you must keep a baby carrier that makes you roam around conveniently.
  •    It is very important to carry all your documents with you when you are going on a trip. Identity proofs, photo ids, and emergency contact numbers are a must. Also, see that your kids carry a notepad or a paper with all phone numbers and hotel address on it.
  •    Do carry cash as well as plastic money with you when you are travelling. That is because some vendors will want you to pay cash while others would be okay with plastic money which are debit and credit cards.

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Eclectic Edinburgh — 10 travel tips


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For many visitors, Edinburgh is Britain’s most beautiful city and one of the most scenic capitals in the world.  With an elegant Neoclassical New Town and historic Old Town crowned by a castle perched atop a volcanic rock, it’s no wonder it impresses.  But away from the picture-postcard sights, Edinburgh’s a diverse city with working-class traditions which have fueled and enriched its cultural output and reputation.  If you’re ready for an eclectic Edinburgh tour, here are 10 travel tips.

Trainspotting walking tour

A Trainspotting walking tour with Brit Movie Tours takes you to the real-life filming locations of the cult film in areas like Leith, which are slightly off the typical tourist track. You’ll also learn vital insights about the seminal Irvine Welsh novel that started it all.

Hibernian FC

Known as ‘Hibs’ or ‘the Hibees’ to fans, Hibernian FC are Irvine Welsh’s favourite football team and feature heavily in all of his literature. Catch a game while you’re there and soak up the atmosphere.

Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo is located in Corstorphine, just outside the city centre and it’s home to the UK’s only giant pandas, as well as countless other cool creatures. Well worth a visit.

The Bongo Club

You’ll find The Bongo Club in the city centre’s Cowgate — a cultural hub with live music and comedy venues aplenty. If you want to groove to roots reggae music, Estonian hip-hop or UK Garage, this is the place to get down.

Brew School

Most Scots enjoy their beer, and if you like a tipple too, an Innis & Gunn Brew School session allows you to pick up pro tips from master brewer’s and take home a five litre mini keg of a beer you’ve created yourself.

Scottish Rugby Union

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Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scotland’s national rugby union team and local side Edinburgh Rugby.  Find tickets at and take in a game while you’re in town.

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is one of the world’s most dramatic and it dominates the city skyline. It’s worth paying for an official tour to learn all about its fascinating history. And if you’re there at lunchtime and hear a loud bang, don’t panic — it’s probably the famous one o’clock gun going off. 

The Scottish Parliament

In Scotland, certain political powers are devolved from the UK parliament at Westminster, so Scottish lawmakers meet and debate legislation at The Scottish Parliament in Holyrood. It’s a marvel of modern architecture that resembles a series of upturned boats.

Edinburgh Trams

The modern Edinburgh tram system is one of the best ways to get around the city and the line extends out as far as the international airport. Book tickets ahead of time on their website.

Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh is Scotland’s biggest and busiest air hub, with daily flights to countless domestic and international locations. You’ll find Edinburgh airport parking from, popular restaurants like YO! Sushi and boutiques like Michael Kors.

That’s our list! Share your own Edinburgh travel tips in the comments section.


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Mamma Musings

Why Is There a Lack of Libido in Your Relationship?

When you become a parent, you may have noticed that both yourself and your partner are lacking in passion, which was perhaps never the case before your child was born. A lack of intimacy can severely impact relationships, but you may not be aware of the cause behind the issue.

Lack of libido affects more than one in five men and an even higher percentage of women. Therefore, it’s a fairly common problem in many relationships. If you’re concerned about either your own or your partner’s libido, it would be worth seeking the help of a professional who could give you the advice you need to get your intimate relationship back on track. Here are some of the most common reasons:

Relationship problems

You may have never considered that your relationship was in any kind of trouble, but if you feel as though you don’t want to be intimate with your other half due to a gradual lack of attraction, then this is often difficult to fix. There may be a vast number of other reasons why your relationship is having difficulties; such as lack of trust, friction with both careers and diverse parenting methods.
You may be in a long-term relationship which has changed dynamically over the years – perhaps you now see your partner in a friendly manner rather than romantically. Likewise, you may have been sleeping in separate beds since your child has been born which can affect your intimacy levels.


Less commonly, hormones can cause a lack of interest in sex. Conditions such as hyperprolactinemia can have a negative effect on your sex drive; in which there is a raised level of a substance called prolactin within the blood. Another hormonal problem is suffering from an underactive thyroid. Hormone issues are most commonly associated with women rather than men, meaning that male needs are often overlooked in society when it comes to lack of libido. Ehormones MD offers an HGH therapy clinic, providing human growth hormone injections to reinstall the necessary hormones in the body and help reinforce passion back into your relationship.

Stress and exhaustion

As a parent, you are no stranger to the immense responsibility that comes with taking care of your child, maintaining the home and keeping on top of your work and social relationships. Feeling stressed and overtired can take its toll on your happiness and can even cause a real lack of interest in the things you once loved to do. In these cases, it would be best to speak to your GP on how to move forward; either by taking medication or seeking therapy.


Since having your child, you may have started on contraception until you’re ready to conceive again, but with this, often comes the side effect of having a severe lack of interest in intimacy. Be assured that this usually only happens when you are on a new contraceptive method and should start to improve over a few months.


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Reviews for Mama & Babas

HEXBUG Lil’ Nature Babies Panda Bear Lin

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Lin The Panda Bear

We have been fans of  the HEXBUG brand in this house for some time and therefore always more than willing to test drive some of their new offerings. This little cutie landed through the front door recently. My 3 year old claimed it and this review is mostly his thoughts.  The almost 7 years old wasn’t quite so keen so in terms of age I can see the appeal really for the 3-6 ages.

The premise of this toy is to teach kids  about their favourite endangered animals.  We received Lin the panda bear to review and the product contained Lin and its Bamboo home environment. The panda itself  is interactive in that when you press a sensory zone, the panda makes playful noises, the panda also responds to movement and touch. I kind of thought I would react to its enviroment but it doesn’t seem to aside from the snoring when its asleep (!).

Some interesting facts that we did learn from this product were:

  • Pandas are located in the Yangtze basin in the heart of China

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    Lin The Panda Bear

  • They can eat ip to 26-48 pounds on bamboo everyday
  • An fully grown panda can weigh 330lbs

This products heart is in the right place in that it teaches kids  about endangered species.  At around €15 its not cheap for its functionality so not quite pocket money not quite collectable. However that being said the almost 4 year old really loves caring for things, teddies, doll etc and Lin now sits pride of place next to his bed where he gently rocks it to sleep before he sleeps himself. Adorable!

For information and to see others in the collection see HEXBUG

Note: We were sent the product for review, however all opinion mine or the kids where appropriate.
Fairy Travels

Ultimate guide to visiting Chiang Mai with kids

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Mai is truly an exciting destination with kids. The region is filled with amazing landscapes and picturesque surrounding sights. This is a great spot to be at for all the adventurous families who love being outdoors and with nature.  Thailand’s northern capital makes for a great family travel destination. Moreover, if you want to make the most of your trip, look for Chiang Mai tours to explore the city and its attractions. With a local expert guide, you can be sure that you are heading for the best tourism offerings and are enjoying the best things to do in Chia.

Here is a brief but comprehensive guide on Chiang Mai with kids.

When to go to Chiang Mai

The right time to visit the city with kids is between October and April as the weather is just perfect. However, it is also the peak tourist season, so if you are looking for a peaceful holiday away from the crowds, you can plan accordingly and visit the city when it is at its vibrant best. As the airport is small and not far from the city, it is very easy convenient.

Accommodations and getting around
Although one can find several options for, when traveling with children, look for safer areas. There are plenty of Chiang Mai hotels that are both safe and comfortable for the kids and are located close to the major attractions. Although Chiang Mai is stroller friendly, there are some uneven areas and paths, so you should be careful when moving around with children or toddlers.

What to do and see
There is plenty to do and see in the Chiang Mai that is well known for its friendly people and remarkable scenery. The whole family can enjoy a relaxed cultural experience as they explore the city.  Here are some of the best activities to enjoy in Chiang Mai with your kids.

  • Keep Chiang Mai Zoo at the top of the list as there is loads of interactive fun for the kids here. Enjoy looking at different animals at those exhibits. Your children will love feeding the giraffe and watch the snorting hippos.


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  • Kids love ziplining and when in Chiang Mai, it is highly recommended as you get to see the natural beauty and scenic waterfalls from above the treetops.
  • As all children love elephants, you must take them to Elephant Nature Park that is a safe home to the gentle giants as well as dogs, cats, buffaloes and other animals.
  • Sign up for a Thai cooking class and spend quality time together. Enjoy the whole experience as the whole family bods together.
  • The whole family will simply love the Night Safari that comprises of night safari trips, nature walks, and a mini zoo. Do not miss the chance to see those nocturnal predators!
  • Catmosphere cat café in Chiang Mai is another fun place for the whole family. You will love this unusual coffee shop that is filled with cats of all colors and sizes. You can even play with them.
  • Where else will you find the chance to chat with a monk?  Encourage the children to ask questions, and it sure is a great family activity.
  • Visit the Sand Handicraft Village that abounds with silk, silverware and gem showrooms. You can join the papermaking class or see how the Saa Paper Umbrellas are made.
  • Combine fun with exercise and go for a bike tour with your children and you can take them to the candy factory for more fun and excitement.
  • Huay Kaew Waterfall is another spot you must add to your list as it takes a short scenic walk to reach those beautiful shallow waterfalls. It is a great place to cool down and enjoy a picnic.

Where to shop and eat

Shopping and eating are an essential part of any holiday, and when it comes to kids, you need to be a bit careful. Thankfully, Chiang Mai boasts of many excellent restaurants that serve kid-friendly menus such as Lemon Tree, Burmese Food and Library, Free Bird Café and more. The attentive staff is warm and welcoming towards children and serves fantastic food with an extensive range of choices. Some of the most popular spots for shopping in Chiang Mai with kids include Warorot Market, Saturday Night Market, Kham Tiang Flower Market, and Chiang Mai Malls & Shopping Centers.

For more on Thailand see our Bangkok trip here



Home & Interiors

How to create a vintage vibe in your house

Over the last number of years we have undertaken some seriously extensive renovation work on our home.  While pouring over articles on interiors one trend kept popping up time and time again….the vintage theme.  This trend has really stuck around over the last number of years and its really easy to see why.  More and more we are seeing the mixing of high street with high end to create the perfect vintage vibe. Some tips I have gleaned from my research are below:

  • One of the first things I learned and come up many times in my research was that “vintage” and “old” are not the same thing!!

    Vintage tea pot

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  • Mix and match! By mixing new with re-purposed goods you can add that extra dept to the project. For example these gorgeous glass wall lights from Cox & Cox give that vintage feel and when paired with for example some vintage furniture, it would really compliment the look
  • Be realistic with the old products you buy. If something requires an inordinate amount of work carefully consider whether its the project for you especially if you are DIY challenged like me
  • Simple, simple, simple, as tempting as it is to include every vintage style piece, ornament etc be clever with what you use in the space.  I love the look of a couple of cool statement vintage furniture pieces which do the talking for themselves paired with some minimal ornaments and modern pieces for that added depth.
  • Carefully consider the floor covering, look for features that will help to make your flooring last such as a product that is stain or scratch resistant, that has clean sharp line and wont detract from the furniture which is the feature piece of the room.  Ideal option is a floor covering such as a resin floor.  Particularly in a family house, will hopefully increase its longevity and ultimately add to that vintage vibe, making the floor the ideal back drop to showcase that vintage inspired room.
  • Those more in the know that me suggest adding plants works well in a vintage themed room.
  • Avoid the twee accessories – bunting im looking at you!! You want to create nostalgic feeling.
  • Include your own personality, I really feel that is critical

If anybody has  more ideas id love to hear them. While im no DIY expert I really do think this interior trend is not going anywhere soon.


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