Liven up Your Living Space With The Grasslamp

Liven up Your Living Space With The Grasslamp

A new Kickstarter project plans to bring nature indoors. The Grasslamp combines gardening, design and interior decor in a product that allows the owner to grow their own micro-greens using just water and an LED light. Place in your kitchen or another living space within the home for a truly innovative lighting option. Simply plant the seeds (no soil required), soak them in water and spray up to twice a day. The lamp, which houses the LED light and grass comes in two colour options, white or black. Take a closer look at the Grasslamp garden and light via the video below, and support their Kickstarter campaign...
A Guide to Creating The Perfect Kitchen

A Guide to Creating The Perfect Kitchen

The kitchen is at the heart of every home. It’s where you cook, eat and entertain, a place where family and friends meet and spend time together. A kitchen should be a special place, a space that people can enjoy and feel comfortable in. When it comes to creating the perfect kitchen, there are countless options and designs which can sometimes be overwhelming. From the first steps: Planning and setting a budget to adding the finishing touches, this kitchen guide will help you to consider some often forgotten steps and take action, ensuring your dream kitchen is an achievable reality. 1. Planning The planning of a new kitchen is a significant project, one that often includes big ideas and sometimes bold decisions, so you must ensure you do plenty of research along the way. Firstly, decide on what you like and dislike about your existing kitchen, listing all the things you want to change and reach a decision on how you want to change them. Use websites like Houzz, Pinterest and magazines like: Homes and Garden to help you create a scrap book of inspiration of kitchen designs, colours and styles which you admire. Visit a kitchen showroom and view different finishes in person, get a professional opinion on what would and wouldn’t work in your living space. Good planning will make the project run smoother and ultimately prevent delays. Tip: Does your new kitchen design include further development to your property? Check beforehand and learn whether you need planning permission. This will save you potentially costly changes. 2. Deciding on a Budget Your budget will often dictate your ideas, so remember to be realistic as the cost...