When does inspiration for your room turn into plagiarism?

This thought has come to me over the past few days, as you will know from my last post I am agonising over what to do in the living room. I’m still agonising now, but I had thought I’d narrowed it down a bit when something struck me.  We all see lovely images on Instagram […]

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Overdoing and Overthinking it: Can you have too much inspiration?

For those of you who have been around my blog a while will know I’ve been trying to get my living room redecorated and a few things re-done.  Sadly I’ve been waiting for Mr Wheel Chic Home to sort out the builders to do a few things (boxing in pipes and replastering) and he seems […]

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Tips for Framing Wall Art

Today I wanted to talk about the different ways of customising and framing your artwork, from the DIY to the professional. Most of us I think would rely on high street stores to get a nice cheap frame and mount for a picture.  You can get them in lots of colours and finishes, with mounts […]

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Tips for Choosing Dining Tables when you have a wheelchair or mobility issue

As you will know from this post and this post Mr WheelChicHome is disabled and wobbles about the house on crutches or sometimes in his wheelchair.  This is causing me an issue when looking for a table and chairs.  The table and chairs we’ve had in the kitchen have been with us for about eight […]

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Stylish storage ideas to hold crutches or walking sticks

Today I wanted to talk a little bit about how to add some va-va-voom to storing the ugly disability aids that we unfortunately have to have around our house.  As you might know from my post 5 Tips for styling your house to accommodate a disability there’s a number of different options I like to use that […]

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5 Tips on how to style a daybed

Daybeds are a great option for a smaller spare room or a kid’s bedroom but they always seem a little tricky to style.  I’ve had a play around with our spare room daybed from Ikea and wanted to share the results. We picked a daybed from Ikea that pulls out into a large double bed. […]

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5 Tips for styling your house to accommodate a disability

There’s a lot of bloggers out there looking at interiors, or looking at disability and the lifestyle impacts or issues can come up.  However, what I want to do in my blog is try to find the right blend of interiors and styling that can work WITH a disability.  I realise it’s a niche area, […]

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Favourite Finds – Seating

This week I wanted to look around for some seating that could fit in the corner of my living room once it’s decorated (see the start here).  We have a corner sofa that we can get 3-4 people on and we have a beanbag for additional use that we store away (that’s a pain, they’re […]

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Making gift tags from your Christmas cards

What to do with the pile of leftover Christmas cards once the tree is down and the decorations are packed away?  You can put them in the recycling bin, or take them to a local supermarket who recycles them for charity, or you could recycle them for yourself and make your own unique gift tags […]

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Clever Storage Furniture Ideas

Happy Weekend!  January weekends are perfect opportunities to have a sorting out fest when the weather is bad and minds turn to a fresh start for the new year.  Once the tree is down and before the January blues kick in, it’s a great time to look at what you have and to declutter. Most […]

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