Northern Ireland continues to be happiest place to live

Posted: by January 13th, 2017
Northern Ireland continues to be the happiest place to live in the UK, according to a survey released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) today.  Northern Ireland continues to have the highest personal well-being ratings when compared with the other constituent countries of the UK. Ratings of life satisfaction, worthwhile and happiness in Northern Ireland are higher than those in England, Wales, Scotland and the UK average, with anxiety levels the lowest.… Read the rest of this post »

A home for all seasons

Posted: by January 6th, 2017
For environments that have extremes of weather, building homes that cater for the harshest of climates in winter, but also lend themselves to warm summers is a hard problem to solve. You will want extreme insulation properties for the colder months and the ability to benefit from the beautiful surroundings in summer. This architectural concept from D*Haus attempts to solve that problem allowing adaptation from winter to summer, and day to night by literally moving inside itself. It is both crazy and genius in equal measure.… Read the rest of this post »

15 of the Coolest DIY Christmas Decorations

Posted: by December 19th, 2016
Finding perfect decorations for your Christmas tree can often get expensive. Thankfully, there are lots of projects online that provide you with a much more thrifty alternative. If you’ve got the added bonus of the kids under your feet over the holiday season, you can solve both problems easily by turning your hand to some simple Christmas crafts to help decorate.… Read the rest of this post »

21 Amazing Creative Christmas Dining Table Ideas

Posted: by December 14th, 2016
If you are in need of some much needed inspiration and aren't sure where to start, this collection of amazing Christmas dining table ideas will be sure to give you some ideas in the run up to the big day. Read the rest of this post »

7 Practical ways to Make Your Home Cosy For Winter

Posted: by December 12th, 2016
As Winter sets in you’ve no doubt felt the cold nipping at your toes over the last while. It’s always worthwhile having a bit of a run around the house and seeing where you can make things a little warmer. This blog article does just that, saving you money on your heating bill, and ensuring that your home always stays cosy over the Winter months.… Read the rest of this post »

How to Get the Perfect Christmas Aroma in Your Home

Posted: by December 8th, 2016
The cold Winter months often see us flock to candle stores in an effort to make our homes that bit cosier.  As the days draw closer to Christmas, it’s a perfect time to enjoy scented candles,  diffusing and blending essential oils that will help get us into the spirit of the season.… Read the rest of this post »

Adams McGillan – First Year Anniversary

Posted: by December 6th, 2016
We grow up with bedtime stories, we go to school and are taught that every good story has a beginning, a middle and an end so get comfy and we will begin… Read the rest of this post »

10 Alternative Christmas Garland Ideas for Festive Inspiration

Posted: by December 6th, 2016
Garland are typically pretty unwieldy to manage, and some people are allergic to the foliage so, instead of the traditional blend of pine leaves and flowers (which can be quite heavy) this collection of alternative garland ideas can be hand-made to either replace or compliment your existing garland. Read the rest of this post »

13 Inspiring Alternative Christmas Tree Ideas For 2016

Posted: by December 2nd, 2016
If you find that space in your home limits you from putting up a full Christmas tree, or if you simply fancy a bit of a change this year this collection of alternative options may be just the inspiration you are looking for. Read the rest of this post »

10 Simple Ideas for a Cosy Christmas Living Room

Posted: by November 30th, 2016
Everyone loves to settle in for Christmas and feel all snug and warm, and this collection of rooms and ideas makes you feel all warm inside just by looking at them Read the rest of this post »