Some find minimalism scary where others find freedom in it! Your journey of embracing a decluttered life will be dependent on how easily you adapt to change, make decisions and follow them through. You can explore the world of minimalism slowly and at a manageable pace giving you time to get used to the idea of having less. It can significantly impact your life.
Leaders in Minimalism
We have written about aluminium doors and windows numerous times – and for good reason. According to experts, aluminium is on-trend at the moment, especially with the world moving towards more sustainable building practices. Designers, architects and developers are specifying them in most new builds, trying to maximise natural lighting and keep buildings as eco-efficient as possible.
Historically, this type of pantry or scullery is a dedicated space in a large home used to store family silver, numerous sets of china, and large serving dishes like platters, tureens, and coffee urns. Butlers would even sleep in this room to protect the family heirlooms, keeping the cabinets under lock and key.
Open-plan living has created a challenge in the modern home, all the mess and...Read More
Dr Melinda Burger is an MBChB graduate from TUKS who has trained with some of the best aesthetic specialists in the world. She has a vast accumulation of aesthetic experiences and believes that the field of aesthetics is an art which should look natural, but significant.
She is the founder of Dr Melinda Aesthetics with practices in Pretoria East and Cape Town. Dr Melinda is well known for...Read More
From night-time nappy changes to starting school, children’s needs change almost as quickly as they do. Having a children’s room that meets their and your needs as they grow can seem like a never-ending project. We chatted to award-winning blogger and mom, Karen Kelly (The Lovilee Blog) to get her tips and insider info for beautifully designed, functional children’s room decor....Read More
Romantics, it’s time to celebrate! Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, which means there’s some extra time to spend with your loved one. Like everything else in the past year, some changes are needed when it comes to celebrating the day of love, but we see it as an opportunity to enjoy some quality time together at home. Here are ten home-based date ideas to show your loved one how...Read More
The time to wine and dine has officially arrived. Although we might be doing a lot of wine-ing and dining at home this year, it does not mean we cannot go all out and make our Valentine’s Day celebrations a special one. To assist you along the way, we have put together some tips to help you with your food and wine pairing during the season of love. (more…)