We start the year and our life goes on. What better way to take the next few months with enthusiasm and desire than to decorate or redecorate our house? A touch, a change, is always exciting and helps us reactivate motivation. During last year our home became more than ever our fortress, our safety zone ... shall we give it an air and help it shine more?
2020 has brought many changes, but on a professional level this year will be remembered, if anything, because we have mandatorily started teleworking. Last March we were forced to make the determination to go home to work from a safer environment. The COVID-19 caused companies to adapt to a new reality and we all had to learn to work remotely.
Mediterranean homes are a genuine joy to live in. The sights, sounds and smells of the sea have a calming effect and boost our health. There’s no doubt about it – the Mediterranean is one of our greatest treasures and those lucky enough to live on its shores enjoy an excellent quality of life. When it comes to decorating, houses in Mediterranean regions tend to be strongly influenced by their surroundings in the choice of colours and textures.
No matter how much space we have, we always want more. If you’re anything like us, you just love accumulating clothes, accessories and shoes... You search for new places to store items in your bedroom as if hoping for some magical solution to suddenly appear. So, how can you increase storage space in your bedrooms?
It takes more than four walls to make a house a home. To transform your property into a cosy, comfortable home, there are a series of measures you can take. What are they? As well as simply living in the space, you can add touches of your personality through the decoration you choose and the way you lay out the rooms.