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12 Best Desks for a Small Home Office

Even if you do not work from home, you need a home office. There are bills to be paid, tax returns to be filled, and you need a quiet place where you can look at the papers and add the numbers. However, the best you can come up with as a home office is a corner or a recess in…

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12 Fun Ideas of Children’s Party In a Small Apartment

Whether it is their birthday, or just a weekend with great weather, you want to throw a party for your children. After all, socializing with their friends is very important and it is always preferable to engage children in games and other activities, than see them play video games all day long. Children’s parties are fun even for adults and…

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12 Beautiful Models of Armchairs for Small Rooms

The living room is a social room – where we gather with our family at the end of a long and busy day and where we invite our friends for a meal and conversation over drinks. This is why it is important to arrange as many seats as possible, without making the living room feel crowded and small. But when…

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7 Top Small Space Myths Debunked

Living in a tiny apartment with small rooms has many restrictions when it comes to furnishing and decorating. And over the years, the recommendations made by interior designers have become a set of unwritten rules. They are passed on and multiplied across the internet and at a certain point you are told point blank that you “cannot” do this or…

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10 Small Bohemian Living Rooms You’d Love

The evolution of home decor is evolving in cycles. Right now, the bohemian style is back in trends. What is bohemian, after all? This style first appeared in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century among young French artists. This style is a reflection of the carefree and frugal lifestyle of writers, painters and sculptors waiting for recognition and,…

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How to Create a Modern Mid-Century Decor in a Small Apartment

The 1960s were an era of liberation in more than one way. The horrors of World War II were slowly fading from the collective memory, economies were thriving again and people wanted to embrace and celebrate life in any possible way. It was the time when artificial materials replaced traditional ones in anything from clothes to furniture and decorations. The…

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