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10 Interior Decorating Ideas For Small Apartments

Posted on: January 11th, 2016 by cad

There are many ways you can adopt to create the illusion of space or make your small sanctuary easier to dwell in.

Here are some interior decorating ideas which you can use to enlarge your living space and make it more enjoyable to live in.

1) One simple way is to use mirrors. Use full length mirrors on the walls and your space will instantly look twice as big. It is a simple trick and it also adds reflects light and brightens a room.

2) Use large accent rugs on the floor. Colourful rugs not add splashes of colours to your space, accentuate liveliness and also add style to your apartment.

3) Hang long curtains that goes from the ceiling to the floor. This creates the illusion of tall windows and depth and width of your apartment.

4) Have tall bookshelves as close to the ceiling as possible, against the walls. This does not only add as bookshelves, but also add as a storage and a display unit for you.

5) Employ bright or light colours to make your space reflect more light and hence look more spacious. Use dark colours minimally, so that it would not look heavy.

6) Less is more rules in small apartment renovation . Keep wall décor, furniture and furnishing to the minimal. Also, always get rid of clutter in your apartment. Clutter takes up space and makes any room look less empty and spacious.

7) Get glass top tables or acrylic chairs, those that look clear as it creates the illusion of airy space.

8) Double Duty works better here! Make use of furniture that are compact, collapsible or have dual function, example, a sofa bed. This helps saves space and has twice the function.

9) Hang a big painting on the wall. Yes, you heard it right. Somehow, an art piece or global map on the wall, being the focal point of a small room, divert your attention from the small scale of the space.

10) Add in some metallic home accessories to decorate your interior.

They function like mirrors which reflect lights and gives the impression of spaciousness.

Be A Responsible Cat Owner

Posted on: January 4th, 2016 by cad


You’re either a hater or a lover. People, who don’t like them, are missing the fun and love they give. It is music to the ears when they purr, a sign that they like you.

But as owners, you are not just responsible for your cats. You also need to be considerate about the community and the environment. To help you be one, here are a few tips you can follow to be a responsible cat owner.

• Regularly take your cat to a veterinary. This way you’ll be able to ensure that your lovable and fluffy companion isn’t sick or injured.

• Prevent receiving complaints by training your cat. You should have a proper waste disposal. You should also take into mind noise control at night when most of your neighbours are sleeping in.

• Remember to exercise your cat. It will be able to release the accumulated stress and pent-up energy caused by being cooped up in a room. Strolling with them provides the perfect time to spend time and bond with them.

• Make your home kitty-proof by keeping cords away from their reach. Don’t leave clips, buttons or beads carelessly on the floor. Keep them inside a sealed container to avoid your cat from being choked.

• Provide your cat with a right kind of diet. Fresh water should always be available for them. Give them the right kind and amount of food. The former reduces the risk for any urinary tract disorders or infections.

• Be always on the alert for fleas and ticks. Just because you’re living indoors doesn’t mean your cat can’t get them. If they do get them, ensure that you go to the experts and ask the right product to use in removing these pests.

These simple steps can make your cat day hassle-free. It will avoid any issues from arising in your neighbourhood.

Being responsible doesn’t mean you have to be a grumpy cat. In fact, being a responsible cat owner makes your home life comfortable and happy. Both you and your feline companion can enjoy the rest of your day, cuddling each other, in the living room or bedroom.