Perfecting your kitchen design is a big and exciting job – and can be expensive too. Hours can be spent dwelling over ‘mood boards’ and design variations, and there's no denying that it can get stressful.
I’ve mentioned in a previous post that there are bohemian elements to Joburg shopping, and one of the most established precincts is 44 Stanley in Milpark, a mixed-use development that fuses downtown urbanism with a subtle sophistication.
Many of us are still locked-down, working remotely, or our companies are consolidating and allowing their employees to work from home. Schools too have decided to continue education online, and the ‘new normal’, albeit abnormal, has changed the way we live and work.
I’ve been fascinated by the ‘tiny house movement’ for a number of years, and first saw them on the Dwell website, where examples were popping up around the world - probably because it really just makes sense. The tiny home lifestyle is the ultimate of creative resourcefulness, and allows homeowners to reduce their environmental footprints without sacrificing good design.
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