11 ways to use make old furniture look new

  1. Wallpaper on an old table

Have a scrawny table tucked in a corner and for the love of muffins you have no idea what to do with it?  Pick your left over wall paper and cover the table with it. If your wall paper is of different designs mix it up and you have a  ‘designer’ ahem table. Continue reading “11 ways to use make old furniture look new”

20 classic buildings in Nairobi that remain entrenched in Kenya’s history

Nairobi is considered a melting pot of many cultures and diversity. Foreigners have made their way to Kenya tracing back to the 18th century bringing with them iconic architectural designs from their homelands that have stood the test of time . Today we look at some of these familiar buildings in Nairobi that remain sentimental to our nation’s history. Continue reading “20 classic buildings in Nairobi that remain entrenched in Kenya’s history”

Fluid beauty, using water features to ignite your space

We have talked about how we can add excitement to our spaces in previous posts. We explored how to use antiques (read about it here), lighting (read about this here) and learned that sometimes it is the scent in your space that makes the difference (catch that post here, it is the last reference I promise). How about adding a little splash to your home? Continue reading “Fluid beauty, using water features to ignite your space”