Luxury is anything that makes you feel special, it could be a walk on the beach, a kiss from your child or owning something that brings you joy and pride. Luxury comes alive in the finer details of life – it’s in the white napkin on the dining table, the winter roses near the entrance door or the lavender fragrance in your sheets. And when it comes to a luxury home, you don’t have to spend a neat bundle to convert your home into a luxurious showpiece. A few simple changes here and there can enhance your home and give it a more classy and elegant look.
Don’t have access to an outdoor space or backyard to indulge your green fingers? Not to worry; you can always fulfill your creative urges by growing an indoor garden instead! And the best part of indoor gardens is that it’s less messy and you don’t have to gate-crash into the hideaways of creepy-crawlies either.
With global changes in climate and extreme weather conditions hitting most parts of the world, drought is an increasing threat looming over the horizon. Natural water resources are also becoming increasingly polluted, thereby restricting potable water fit for human consumption. This makes water conservation more important than ever – even if you aren’t living in a drought-prone area.
It was in 1907 that the first entirely man-made plastic material was created and soon became the rage. As this material was lightweight and strong, it was used for making almost anything ranging from telephones to kitchenware to toys, plumbing, and fancy jewelry.
With the population increasingly preferring to settle down in big cities, where land is scarce and access to parks and greenery even rarer, people are moving further and further away from nature. Living a life removed from close contact with earth, soil, plants, and trees have a negative impact on people’s physical and mental health.
The hardest working part of the home is the flooring, which is why you should choose your floor carefully. Another reason is its compatibility in style with the rest of the home. This because the floor serves as the backdrop to the home’s design and holds great significance to your home’s style.