PASSION FOR HOME

Why Do I have Passion for Homemaking?


Why Do I have Passion for Homemaking?

I have passion for homemaking simply because I like it. I love it as I cannot but have that passion due to my self-existence and living home. What jobs of business I do, I am to return to my home without alternative. My home is my sweet home and my paradise. My home cannot be in happy-go-lucky manner. What’s why I love homemaking!!

 

I myself should write the poem of my home. Designs, planning, cooler, everything, I repeat everything must be to my whim as well as fancy. My attachment to homemaking is unlimited in all respects. On reading of different homemaking blogs, I understand a few of definitions regarding homemaking which are as under:

 

Your own room is a very important place the only room your home where you can be yourself, either to relax or work in. Even if you share whit a sister, the room can be cleverly planned to suit both your needs. Above all, your room should express your personality; carry your own special style by your choice of colour scheme, bed room accessories and well decorations.

 

It can be great fun to transform your room and the cost need not be great since you can make most knick knacks for yourself out of odds and ends. You just need imagination and patience. So, if your bedroom needs improving, see if any of our tips and ideas appeals to you.

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Basic room planning there are various important points you should consider carefully before you finalize your scheme. For example, is the room or dark; does it have a fireplace, low ceiling, or obstructions to well space, such as a fireplace, airing cupboard or meter cupboard Or perhaps there is a dormer window and sloping roof.

All these factors will determine colour schemes, arrangement of storage space and best use of natural lighting.

A small, dark room needs to be given a feeling of light and space. Keep to light colours, or preferably white, and use bright colours for your accessories. If possible try to arrange all your storage items along one wall (which can be an arrange feature in itself), leaving the rest of the room free as uncluttered living space.

 

For example a chest of drawers can stand next to wardrobe or hanging space. The top of the chest can be used as a dressing table and the space above can be utilized by bracketing bookshelves or a mirror to the wall. A large extra shelf above the wardrobe can accommodate suitcases and other bulky items not in constant use.

passion for homemaking

passion for homemaking

A room with a dormer window and sloping roof is one that needs careful planning. Standing room is the problem. Place the head of the bad where the roof is at its lowest leaving enough room to lie down! Place any working space such as desk or chest under the window, which aging allows plenty of speech for sitting and is conveniently placed near natural lighting.

 

Dormer windows are usually rather small, so conserve light by using a roller blind instead of curtains. Place your wardrobe where the ceiling is at its highest. If the room is dark a large wall mirror will help reflect light. To make the most of the unusual shapes in the room go for fairly strong colour on the walls and contrast whit a light ceiling.

 

Sharing room whit bunk beds can be made more fun by arranging the room at two height levels. Bunk beds are an obvious space saver, so an arrangement of high shelves which can be reached from the top bunk makes life more pleasant for the top sleeper with a chance to have her own thing around her.

 

The relevant wall space can belong to each bunk occupier, so that there should be on problem about who puts what on the wall. The rest of the room has to be shared and could take on a definite colour scheme to prevent the room from looking battery to match bedspread, curtains. You can read on blogs about saving money right here.

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