Create a Comfortable and Productive Home Office Space in Ten Easy Steps

Working at home is not for everyone but when you’ve made that leap you can really appreciate the benefits. One of these is the freedom to design your home office to perfectly suit your needs, but you also have to ensure that work doesn’t creep into every other area (kitchen table, sofa in the sitting room etc.). A quiet environment can be very helpful when you have deadlines and when you have control over your surroundings, you can tailor everything from the kind of desk you want and where it’s positioned to the things that you put in there to boost your productivity. Lifestyle Wardrobes WA, experts in home storage solutions in Perth, have gathered 10 tips to help you create a perfect functional space that is comfortable for you to work in.   Choose a quiet space for your home office If you can choose a room, try to… Read More

From top to bottom: toy storage around your home

Any parent will tell you that for a healthy and harmonious home life, you need toy storage that allows your little treasures to access their favourite teddy bears or building blocks quickly, easily and without tears. When searching for wardrobes in Perth you may find that conventional storage units – like those that keep your clothes away from the explorative nature of your children’s sticky fingers, or those elegant pine bookcases – might not always be the right idea.     Boxes, boxes, boxes Stacking flimsy boxes on top of each other, or keeping a treasure chest of toys that can only be opened by some fidgety buckle, will only frustrate and upset your little ones and can even be a hindrance to you when you’re trying to find something to pacify them with. Toy storage is a matter of taking into account how your kids reach for their playthings… Read More

10 Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office

Whether you’re working from home or starting your own business, having a designated work space is essential. It means you can separate your work and personal lives, and ensure everything is kept well-organised. However, designing an office is quite different to designing a room in your home, and it needs to be both practical and stylish. Here are a few tips to design a home office that will keep you productive, but also be a great place to work. Choose the right furniture Your desk is the cornerstone of your office, and it’s where you’ll spend several hours a day. Don’t just choose a desk because you like the style. It needs to be comfortable and practical, with the right amount of space. A desk that’s too big will dominate the space, but most people want some extra room to lay out their paperwork. Having a desk that’s the right… Read More

Getting Creative with Wardrobe Storage Space

Whether you have already bought new fitted wardrobes in Perth for your bedrooms or you are thinking of doing so in the future, the tips in this article should help you to make the very most of the storage space that such wardrobes provide and ensure that you do not need to purchase any more new storage units in the near future. Some of the following tips may be easier or more practical for you to implement than others but we think that all of them are worth considering if you often find yourself stuffing things into wardrobes and drawers willy nilly and you run out of space on a regular basis. Rethink the Interior Layout – The layout you initially chose for the fitted wardrobe in your main bedroom may have seemed like the best option at the time but having had time to reflect, you may now be… Read More

Helpful Hints When Choosing Sliding Doors for your Wardrobe

If you have decided that you would like to have beautiful bespoke fitted wardrobes installed in each of the bedrooms in your home but you are not sure which type of sliding doors will be most suitable for each one, the information in this article should help you to make the right choices. In it, we take a look at the factors you need to consider and how each factor will affect your choices. If, after reading the article and considering each factor carefully, you are still not quite sure which type of sliding wardrobe doors in Perth you should fit in your home, please feel free to call and ask for help. We have built, supplied and installed numerous fitted wardrobes in the city and surrounding area, and would be more than happy to share our experience with you so that you can make the right decisions for yourself… Read More

Turning a New House into a Home

Buying a new property can be a very exciting experience, especially if you have just invested in a house with a layout that you feel you can work with to create your perfect home. Custom-built furniture such as the fitted wardrobes in Perth that we manufacture and install provides a great way to start moulding your new property into a family home and there are many other ways in which you can make it your own. If you are new to interior decorating and design or just not very good at such things, you may find that it is harder than you had imagined to achieve the sometimes difficult feat of turning a new property into a beautiful, warm and welcoming home where you can truly relax and feel at peace with yourself at the end of each working day. If this is the case, we hope the tips below… Read More

Unique Bedrooms: 10 Reasons to Choose a Bespoke Fitted Bedroom

Your bedroom should be a sanctuary, somewhere where you feel instantly relaxed and can unwind away from the stress of modern life. That’s why the design of your bedroom is so important, as it allows you to make the space your own. Choosing the right bed, storage, and wardrobes in Perth makes a big difference when you enter the room, but not everyone can find the right products to suit their home. That’s why many people are now opting for bespoke bedroom designs, customising their storage solutions and creating a space that suits their needs. Here are a few reasons you should opt for bespoke products for the bedroom. Your bedroom can reflect your home No two homes are the same, and it’s important that your interior design is sympathetic to the style of your home. Across Australia you’ll find a huge variety of homes, from quaint Victorian terraces to… Read More

Helping Elderly Parents Move to a Smaller Home

There comes a time in the lives of many older parents when the family home is no longer the most practical solution to their housing needs. The children have long flown the nest, large family celebrations are normally hosted elsewhere and cleaning a large property may start to become physically difficult to cope with on a daily basis. If you think that your parents may be clinging on to the family home for purely sentimental reasons and that they would really be far more comfortable if they were to move to a more compact property, you may wish to bring up the subject with them the next time you are together. Assuming that you were right in your assessment and they would genuinely like to move into a house that is easier to keep clean and cheaper to maintain, you may now be wondering what you can do to help… Read More

Spring Cleaning Tips for Busy Parents

Finding the time to perform a thorough spring clean in all areas of your home can seem like an impossible task, especially if you have both a career and children to think about on a daily basis. Nevertheless, it is a job that needs tackling at least annually if you want to keep your home clean and tidy and, with forward planning, one that even the busiest of parents should be able to achieve. By following our top tips, you will be able to clean your entire house without neglecting your many other responsibilities. 4 Simple Spring Cleaning Tips The following tips will help you to clean your home from top to bottom without getting stressed out in the process: Allocate 10-20 Minutes a Day to Spring Cleaning – Most working parents will find it very difficult to reserve an hour or more a day for spring cleaning so to… Read More

Declutter Your Wardrobe in 5 Simple Steps

If you often open your wardrobe doors and gaze upon the overstuffed interior with a feeling close to despair, wondering how you will ever motivate yourself to rationalize your collection of clothing and make it more manageable on a day-to-day basis, you are not alone. Many of us form sentimental attachments to our clothing: attachments that make it hard for us to approach the decluttering of our wardrobes in a rational manner. However, by following our step-by-guide, you can finally rid yourself of clothes that really are surplus to your requirements; reduce your collection to more manageable proportions and maybe even start to add a few new special garments once you have the space to do so. As purveyors of high-quality, custom wardrobes in Perth, we have a great deal of experience in this area and we are intimately familiar with the practical challenges that organizing a wardrobe presents. Whether… Read More