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There’s nothing worse than getting a brand new sofa only to find your furry little friends have made themselves a bit too much at home and scratched the material. As annoying as this behaviour may be, scratching and pawing is part of your pet’s instinct. Animals naturally mark their territory, so when something new is introduced to their home their first natural reaction is to make it theirs, unfortunately, they do that by scratching and making it smell! Despite this, if you love your cuddly little friend you don’t need to worry about banishing them to the kitchen, there’s lots of ways to distract away and keep your sofa (mostly) intact!
Some sofa fabrics are more easily ruined by tiny little claws, but unfortunately no fabric will ever be completely animal proof. Despite this, high quality materials are much more likely to withstand damage. This doesn’t mean that you have to fork out any extra cash though, some sofas are available with high-quality fabric at a low price, the Chigwell is perfect for misbehaving animals!
There’s plenty of different products out there that can protect a sofa, from shawls and blankets to anti animal sprays and alarms. When pets get stressed, they’re likely to mark their territory more often, so these products can be great temporary protections for specific situations. When your sofa first arrives, introduce your beloved pet slowly and gently. Often, pets, especially dogs, become scared of new furniture and may lash out and try to destroy it when you turn your back. If you let the animal see that there’s nothing to fear, they’ll be less likely to act out.
Sometimes our fluffy friends can get bored and this can cause them to damage the sofa because they think it’s a toy. If you’re worried your pet might be up to some mischief when you’re away from home, consider getting something else for them to play with. For dogs, this could be as simple as a ball or squeaky toy, but some naughty cats could benefit from a cheeky little scratch post.
Blue Monday has come round again “officially the most depressing day of the year”; although it is technically a made-up concept by a man in marketing (no, really it is). Here is 6 ways of boosting your mood, 1. Staying active, 2. Self care, 3. Positivi-TEA, 4. Meditate, 5. Your favourite series, 6. Feel-good playlist.
Do you ever look at another persons home or style and wonder how they achieved that interior look? Well today we are going to help you make that look by showing you how to create a vision board. A vision board is often used as a manifestation tool to reach life goals and set intentions. However, whether manifestation is for you or not, the ideology remains the same. The reason vision boards work, is because you can visually start to see the stepping stones of what you desire.
Welcome to our trend series, kicking off your week with the first trend "Parisian Chic".
Just like the Parisian fashion that we see all over Instagram, the rise in Parisian inspired interiors has become apparent across influencers accounts. It’s the perfect example for the new year’s refresh as it focuses on simplicity. The fashion element is built around a few classics, in the same vein the Parisian influence works on interiors.