2020 is the year we all switched to telecommuting en masse. Many of us had to adjust almost overnight to working from home. From improvised workplaces at the kitchen table to fully-equipped office spaces: how do you create the ideal home office? We’ve figured it out for you.
There are many ways to light up your garden, but perhaps the cosiest way is with fairy lights. Garlands of fairy lights with dozens of little bulbs immediately create an authentic ambience, as if you were sitting at a village party somewhere in the Mediterranean.
We want to enjoy the beautiful weather as much as possible during the warm summer months, be it in the garden, in the park, or comfortably on the balcony. It can be quite difficult to turn your balcony into a cosy place. There is often very little space, and you still want to use your balcony for different purposes, like dining outside together, sunbathing, or comfortably enjoying a nice book. We have five practical tips for decorating your balcony.
The darkest months of the year are the ideal time to sit down, get comfy and relax with a good book. A good reading lamp is a must if you want to get really cosy. But what makes a good reading lamp? What do you need to look out for? We can help you find your perfect reading companion in three simple steps.
Last summer, we published an article in our magazine about how best to light a swimming pool. This year, we’re giving you a bit more info on a popular alternative, the swimming pond. The ecological aspect of a swimming pond appeals to many people in times of climate marches. More and more consumers are opting for a pond instead of a classic swimming pool.
Do you want to put your garden in the spotlight literally and figuratively? Then garden spots are the way to go! Use the directional light of the spots to put those elements of your garden in the spotlight that deserve it. This way, the most beautiful parts of your garden also come into their own in the evening.
We don’t give recessed spots nearly as much attention as we should. Probably because they aren’t as prominent as pendant lamps or table lamps. That’s unfortunate; because getting creative with recessed spots is the perfect way to give your interior some added cachet. Keep reading and get inspired.
Winter has returned. Some love it; some hate it. Not everyone appreciates temperatures that hover around the freezing point or nights that last longer than the days. Many of us head to work in the dark with the feeling that we should still be in our beds. But, there is one specific group that benefits greatly from the longer-lasting darkness during the winter: burglars.
You can arm yourself against this unauthorised access using several handy tips. Oftentimes, the right lighting can be a sufficient deterrent.