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Bedrooms aren’t just for sleeping. They’re also about passion. But during the course of life, many of us forget about this aspect of our bedrooms, and they become neglected.


The great thing about choosing a glamorous bedroom design is that it allows you to be really adventurous. No more neutral colors and white emulsion walls: glamming up your bedroom is a chance to experiment. From French-style furniture to dark and moody colors, there are dozens of ways to glam up your bedroom. Let’s take a look.


Choose Rich Accent Colours




If your room is neutral – which is very common among attic bedrooms – then start off by experimenting with accent colors. Try changing the color of the bed sheets to a bold red or purple. Bright colors will contrast well with neutral colors in the rest of the room, injecting some passion into otherwise dreary surroundings.



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When we welcome guests into our home, we want them to feel comfortable and at ease, first and foremost. For many hosts, the idea that their house guests might feel on edge is unthinkable. So we offer them drinks, we give them fresh, fluffy towels, and we let them take control of the television remote. But the bedroom they will sleep in is the biggest factor in deciding their comfort levels. Privacy and space are essential, but the decor will also have an impact. If your guest room could do with a little bit of TLC, here are some ways you’re guaranteed to bring the comfort factor to the next level.



Who doesn’t want to save space on their kitchen counter tops?  We are living in a small-spaced, one bedroom apartment for a long time now and we are having a scarcity of space as days go by.  Of course, I will think of every possible space-saving ideas I could think of just to see space anywhere. Haha.

I always think of space saving ideas for my favorite part of the house… my kitchen.  So far, that’s all that are posted here in my house project’s category.  This time, my space-saving project is for my kitchen knives.  Though I don’t own a lot of knives; I have a couple of knives, bread knife, spatulas and a cake slicer, I still wanted them off my counter top.

Knife Rack


As I promised, I’ll be posting how I will  create the menu planner board posted in the last part of my previous entry of Kitchen Project on a Budget.  

kitchen project after look

I know it is not essential in a Filipino household to create a menu planner board for their everyday menu planning, still my creative mind wanted to make one but without spending too much.   Now, here’s how I made my menu board just spending less Php70.00 on the art decorations.  

menu board step1  menu board step2
The only art materials I bought for this kitchen project was the glue stick and the food themed scrapbook materials, that is just less than Php 70.00.  The cork board and wood clips are gifts and the construction paper is from Little Zoie’s school supplies from last school year, Kinder 2.  

The cut out of the word ‘Menu’ was written by my youngest sister-in-law who have very creative mind and hands, on the other hand, haha, I didn’t succeed in cutting a very artistic name of days. ^_^ 

The finish product… 

menu board step3 

I still have to hang this on my kitchen wall beside the wall grid storage. 

menu board step4 

Simple but very useful.  

Care to share your organization projects at home?  I would love to see them, just link them at the comments below.