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Affordable Candles for Your Home

Affordable Candles for Your Home

Marks & Spencer

This candle contains an expensive-smelling mix of geranium, cedarwood, eucalyptus and lavender for serious spa vibes.

Zara

When you find out that Zara collaborated with the legendary Jo Malone to create its own range of candles, you know they’re going to be good. This sweet-yet-musky patchouli one is in my house year-round.

& Other Stories

Cheap candles never look as good as when they come from & Other Stories. This particular scent smells like heaven. It’s rose-like but is laced with notes of vanilla, almond, green apple and tonka bean to leave you in a delicate but heady daze.

Paddywax

It’s not often you find a cheap candle in a jar that you’d actually want to reuse, but Paddywax has delivered with this cool hand-drawn one. Plus, it smells good.

The White Company

The White Company is a brilliant place to shop for affordable candles, with these little ones offering around 33 hours of burn time. This is very much a summer candle with creamy coconut, buttery vanilla, zingy bergamot and juicy orange to fill the room with balmy warmth.

Aldi

I’ll make no bones about it: These Aldi candles are a direct dupe for Jo Malone’s. This one is a nod to the brand’s iconic Pomegranate Noir scent.

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Interior trends that can help you get a good night’s sleep

Interior trends that can help you get a good night’s sleep

Interior design is an essential part of your home that impacts how you feel, which in turn affects sleep quality. Interior changes can be made to improve both physical and mental well-being by influencing emotions with their visuals or scents; these tweaks will affect different people differently but there are some general tips for making sure they work out positively!

With the most popular interior-related sleep and wellbeing trends in mind, we’ve outlined a few ways you can improve your mood while also contributing to an calming home environment. This will help create perfect surroundings for sleeping purposes!

Minimalism

Minimalist interior design has become popular in the past decade. This kind of space is often void or neutral colors with sparse furnishings to create an atmosphere that’s chilly and lacks warmth because there are no distractions from natural light coming through windows, artwork on walls etcetera; but this doesn’t mean you have spend your time designing something dull! To avoid feeling cold indoors try adding touches like colorful accessories ( pictures , throws) for added personality.

Crucial to any minimalist home is an uncluttered space, which means having a good declutter is essential if you’re dreaming of a calming, streamlined environment – and this is especially important in the bedroom, helping you switch off after a stressful day.

Calming Colours

The colour of your walls can tell a story. They might be the perfect background for all those graduation photos or family memories, but they also have an influence in what you’re feeling at any given moment – don’t underestimate them!

For a bedroom scheme, green and blues work well. Soft blues have long been a popular choice to aid sleep and relaxation, while green is a colour of balance and harmony – sage green in particular is incredibly calming and refreshing, reflecting the beauty of nature. If you prefer moody, dark shades, try deep blues or berry tones for a luxurious, cocooning feel.

Indoor Gardens & Bedroom Plants

Houseplants are not only great for adding color and life to your space, but they can also be used as an anti-stress tool. With all that’s going on in the world today with pollution or tension building up at work – house plants may just provide you some relief by lowering their effect on our mental states!

Home Sanctuary & Meditation Space

With the meditation hashtag having over 47 million views on TikTok, many of us are turning to meditation to increase self awareness, control negative emotions, and bring us back to the present.

It’s important to find a spot in your home where you feel most comfortable and are away from distractions. Consider the lighting, as it will help create bright atmosphere before bedtime relaxation time!

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Utilise under the bed with storage boxes

Utilise under the bed with storage boxes

Using the space under a bed can offer the most generous and easy way to increase the storage space in your bedroom and house, or especially in flats. Having great organisation and a place to store away any items is a key step to living a stress and clutter free life. There’s many ways which can help provide this space, including storage boxes and ottoman beds but here we discuss the different storage boxes you can use in your bedroom.

Why creating space is important

Better Sleep

A calm, relaxing atmosphere is a must for the perfect night’s sleep. One way to achieve this is through clearing away anything that could be in the way. Waking up to a clean bedroom is a guaranteed way to start off the day better.

A Safer Environment

Of course, with the floor being clear, you are much less likely to fall over and trip.  

Less Stress

A clearer bedroom can also offer a feeling of motivation, being better for your health. This can also help clear your mind of stress.

Ways To Create Space

Under-bed Storage Boxes

Our underbed storage boxes provide a large amount of space and are available in various sizes and colours, each ideal for a variety of reasons. These are compatible with any standard height beds and can be added at any time, including after purchase.  The standard internal height for storing is 19cm, giving ample space for spare bedding, pillows, duvets etc. 

Low beds do not offer the space of clearance needed for these storage boxes so ensure you choose a bed that’s a standard height to make the most of your space if storage is important.

Ottoman Beds

If you’re looking for storage which is already built into the bed frame, we recommend Ottoman Bed. We have various styles available, all offering a large amount of storage within the base of the bed frame. The easy to lift base makes any items quickly and easily accessible.

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Making the Most of your Guest Room

Making the Most of your Guest Room

Know Your Space

Dust off your tape measure and plan how much room can be allocated for a comfy bed, a handy bedside or even a signature piece of furniture.

Feng shui is a real thing and taking the time to strike the ideal balance of furniture to floorspace will help your guests to feel truly relaxed.

Find the Right Bed

So, what size bed is best for a guest bedroom? Finding the right bed largely depends on the size of the room itself, but that doesn’t mean you have to scrimp on storage. Try these beds out for size:

Single Ottoman Bed

A single ottoman bed is a great option to maximise space in a small room whilst also providing additional storage for luggage or bedding, as the ottoman bed mattress is simply raised to reveal a large capacity storage area within.

Single Guest Bed with Trundle

Contemporary single guest beds – also known as trundle beds – are a fantastic space-saving solution as an underbed easily slides out from under the main bed frame to provide additional sleeping space.

Day Bed

No matter the size of your room, a day bed is a fantastic way to transform your guest bedroom into a multifunctional space. As well as having an additional underbid, our day beds provide extra seating space as they can be used as a sofa in the day!

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