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10 Of This Year’s Best Additions To Your Home

Remodelling your home takes on a whole new meaning if you follow interior design trends. This year there are some fabulous ways to improve your home and your quality of life.


1# A garden guest house


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Having a separate little house designed especially for guests is one of the biggest trends this year. These aren’t cobbled together shacks, but fabulous self-contained luxury home-from-homes.

2# Chic shed


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Chic sheds are bang on-trend. Brightly painted, you can give your garden a boost of year round colour and a place to store your gardening tools.

3# Cool pet haven



Pets beds are set to become bigger and better. Having a cool pet haven is more than just giving your pet a place of their own to lie down. It’s all about giving them a luxurious retreat within the comforts of your home.

4# A book nook


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Book corners and nooks have been around for years. However, this year they’re a must-have addition to your home.

5# A pillow room


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Ditch the sofa and chairs and replace them with bumper sized pillows. A pillow room is ideal for any age, kids, teens and the young at heart will love the relaxing, chill out zone.

6# Horizontal shower


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We all know the benefits of showering and the water savings that can be made, but this year showers have gone horizontal, which means you can reap the benefits and lay down at the same time.

7# Star gazing roof



Don’t lie in bed and look at a blank ceiling, invest in a star gazing roof for an ever changing visual experience.

8# Wine storage


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This year wine storage is taken to another level. if you appreciated a decent glass or two make sure that everyone can see your impressive wine collection.

9# Conversation pit



A bit of a kick-back from the 70s, conversation pits are back on-trend.

10# Outdoor fire pit



Outdoor living is becoming an all-year round feature in many people’s lives. Having a fire pit means that you don’t have to wait until summer to enjoy the great outdoors in the comfort of your own garden.

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