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The sun is shining, the sky is blue and the world looks great. But it is raining in your heart.
We torture our clothes. A handful of you maintain very organised wardrobes (you know who you are), but many people feel satisfied if they can just get the item on a hanger and stuck back somewhere in the wardrobe rather than languishing over a chair or, worse, thrown on the floor. Want to add a little sanity to your life and preserve your clothes at the same time? Then let's talk hangers!
Q: I love clothes shopping but I’m a lot more conscious of my spending since the economic downturn. Have you any tips for looking good on a tighter budget?
This is an ideal investment opportunity for a savvy speculator at Cill Ard. Accommodation comprises: Hall, living/kitchen with all appliances, utility area complete with plumbing, two double bedrooms which have sliding doors that lead to a small back garden area allowing an abundance of natural light, also have fitted wardrobes, and main bathroom. The living room has a working solid fuel fireplace.
Caherkelly, Ardrahan, is an exceptional family residence which is newly constructed to a very high standard. This cleverly designed home has good space in the right areas with good spacious accommodation which easy to manage yet large enough to entertain in numbers.
This suburb residence at Tuckmill Court would be the pride of anyone’s property portfolio offering everything your dream penthouse could possibly have with stunning views as far as the eye can see.
Do you have storage issues? Would you like to make more use of the limited space you have in your home or apartment? Possibly space is not an issue but you would like to modernise your home with the latest storage solutions from Komandor. They specialise in sliding door storage solutions that are modern, elegant, functional and cost-effective. The doors slide effortlessly open to allow you access to all parts of your wardrobe.
Is 2009 the year you’re going to do things differently? Good for you. However experience has taught me that instead of trying to institute lots of changes it is better to make just one change, because you will then have a better chance of succeeding.
Do you have space in your home that could be better used? For example high ceilings where a normal wardrobe will not utilise the space efficiently. Possibly you have a small box room where the doors of a wardrobe cannot be opened because they hit off the bed. Do you feel that the cubby hole under your stairs is a wasted space that could be made into something useful, and even stylish? Do you feel that your existing free standing wardrobes do not fulfil your storage needs and that you would prefer something unique, modern, and tasteful in your home?
Does every morning feels like a mini meltdown? You open your wardrobe and you cannot find anything to wear. You end up wearing the same and never wear the clothes that you have paid good money for.