For ages, many have tried to live model lives by treading carefully around the seven biblical pitfalls of Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy and Pride. Beds.sg finds that these ancient guidelines are still relevant in a field that few might’ve ever considered them to be: Home Décor.
Author: Anu Seth
After laying a loved one to eternal rest comes the arduous task of going through his belongings and getting the home presentable and ready for its new use. You may be faced with the ruthless task of cleaning and clearing, but you can still give the old place an all-new look even without throwing everything away.
Is it time to re-do the interiors of your home since everything is looking drab and old, but have limited resources? Or you have just bought a place and need to decorate interiors, with very little money left for it? In both cases, budgetary constraints are the primary issue, but do not despair, some great home decor ideas can take shape and beautify your home without costing too much. Good taste and style can come cheap too.
User Interactivity has always been one of our biggest plus points at Beds.sg and we’ve made it even better with our spankingly new Beds.sg Online Forum! You’ll find all that you need, right there in the threads. Need a fishing kaki? You’ll probably find one raving about his recent kelong trip under the “Hobbies” section.
Sleep is elusive to many Singaporeans today. Many attribute it to the stresses and strains of living and working in a high pressured society like Singapore. The truth is that the human body needs a combination of physical and mental exhaustion to be able to go of to sleep.
Are you about to start designing the interiors of your home and know nothing about it? Are you disinterested in lengthy, theoretical articles but want to have some knowledge about the so-called principles of interior design?
Everyone of us spends a third of his life sleeping and it’s no wonder that the ancient Chinese aesthetic system of Feng Shui has plenty to say when it comes to the bedroom. According to the laws and philosophy of Feng Shui, conflicting elements and negative forces often create discord and disharmony.
If your home resembles the messy luggage car of a wrecked train, then you’ve some serious clutter issues that you need to get off your hands. With medical studies showing that stress levels are directly related to mess levels in the home, and even Feng Shui telling you that clutter drains you of your chi or internal energy, there’s no need for anyone else to nag at you to clear the clutter.
Are you getting of married and looking forward to setting up your new home? The feeling of joy about getting married and setting up home with the beloved partner apart, homes cannot be completed in a day, and also require experience or professional help, if only that is affordable.
Have you recently bought or rented an apartment that looks dark even during daytime? Do you need to keep the lights switched on all day in your home and still feel its dark rather than bright and sunny?
Does your floor look patchy and unclean each time you walk in, and are relieved only in the evening when the lights dim the stains? Do you often wonder what has happened to make them this way, when they had looked beautiful, sparkling and shiny just a couple of year ago?
Debating the relative merits and demerits between memory foam mattress and natural latex mattress is an engrossing affair with supporters and opponents of either product holding firm opinions on the matter. For what you put down on the bed concerns something very intimate – your personal comfort and a good sleep.
You have been using wardrobes all your life through the growing up years, but it is only when you move in to a home of your own, does it become completely your responsibility to organize the space in all the wardrobes and deciding what to put in which cupboard.
Have you ever wondered why your neighbors’ carpets look as though they have been bought yesterday and yours look dull and drab in comparison? That too when yours are newer, finer and more expensive?
Even the best of us make mistakes while buying furniture and these mistakes are made by hundreds of customers, not just once, but over and over again.