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Five Top tips for ensuring your guest’s comfort

When you have someone coming to stay with you, it can often be a rush to put together somewhere for them to live and sleep during their visit. By having the perfect guest room already set up, you won’t have to worry! Read on to discover five top tips for ensuring your guest’s comfort. Choose your color palette wisely. While you may love neon prints and crazy colors, it may give your guest a headache. You may not be familiar with their tastes so use…

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Bedroom Décor for the Winters

Winter is approaching for many of us and it’s time to bring out those sweaters and jackets. Our homes also need a change of wear for the season. Here are five few quick tips to prepare your bedroom for the coming cold months: 1. Layer your bed with cushions and blankets. This is a simple and

Blankets and pillows bring in warmth
Blankets and pillows bring in warmth

practical way to add warmth. Dark colours work well with a neutral background. 2. You can keep a think rug and slippers near your bed. Save your feet from biting cold as you get up in the mornings.

Rug and slippers
Rug and slippers

3. You can think of adding a lamp near your bed. The warm glow will add to the ‘warmth’ on a grey day. 4. If you have any metallic furniture or fixtures, you can cover it with blankets…and protect yourself from the cold of furniture. 5. Keep a hot water bottle handy; you can even have a cover for it knitted.

Sports Den

Designing a Den for the sports crazy man

All men need a place where he can be with himself or hang out with his friends. In modern times, you cannot have a cave like Batman has; a spare bedroom is good enough to start. How do you do this for the sports crazy man? Here are five tips.

Big screen: You are watching the game in your den because you cannot make it to the stadium. So you will want to watch it on a big screen. A projector allows you to beam a big picture and get the feel of the arena. You will probably want to have the projector connected to your home theatre.

Good Sound: While your home theatre and big screen combo has to accommodate a small crowd, you don’t want to sacrifice anything in the way of sound quality. With most sports channels transmitting in HD and with 5.1 surround sound, you would want a 5.1 surround sound system to get a real feel of the game.

Adding a bar in the den
Adding a bar in the den

Seating: Unlike regular seats at the cinema, you will want to put plush seating in your den, and amble numbers, so that you and your friends can relax and watch.

Bar: Aha, this is a must have for many men. A built-in bar will ensure that you do not have to keep on going to the other room every now and then, to replenish your drinks and snacks.

Sound Proof: It is quite likely that you and your friends are going to be noisy during a game. You are well advised to have sound insulation material like glass wool in-between your wall layers. Moreover, a sound absorbing fabric layer on the wall is recommended.