When I started blogging, my aim was pretty straight: to create a stylish home on a budget. You know my tricky part, I rent my apartment and I can’t drill in my walls. I had to find solutions that would save my deposit but my home will really show my style. When it comes to hanging items I have found that command stripes are the best solution to typical nails. You can add small clear hooks to your command stripes and hang anything you want without damaging your wall!
Swiftcover has some interesting findings through their extensive research. Did you know that when it comes to furnishing their homes, young Britons are thrifty. Just over three in five will use flat pack furniture to furnish their homes, whilst 37% will use hand-me-downs from friends and family, and 35% will turn to online marketplaces, such as eBay. Sounds familiar?
- Nearly half of young Britons aged 18-35* (48%) think home ownership is an unrealistic dream
- One in five expects to take over two years to fully furnish their first home
- Just under two-thirds (61%) will use flat pack furniture to furnish their homes
I have been so excited to share with you that I have teamed up with Swiftcover to create #SwiftHomeHacks an easy and quick solutions to create beautiful homes even in a rented space! Today, I want to show you how you can create an easy green wall without drilling on spending money on expensive pots! Just a bit of string, fabric and command stripes! Boom! ps. don’t forget to scroll down to a competition after watching!
Enjoy the video!
I really hope you enjoyed the video but this is not finished yet! I have also fantastic competition for you! The chance to win a mini sewing machine from John Lewis so you can create your green wall too!
For your chance to enter this free prize draw, all you need to do is:
This is the first but not last video so stay tuned for more! not only from me but also from amazing interior bloggers! we will be back with more #SwiftHomeHacks!
*I have collaborated with Swiftcover to create you the #swifthomehacks but all ideas are my own 🙂