Rhinofloor – Interior Design on a Budget

When a PR friend of mine told me about Rhinofloor I started to measure up! Strong, durable, non-slip, childproof and affordable flooring that looks great?  Who wouldn’t? Thinking of the Innocent Smoothie stain that is now cleverly covered under a rug, and the other scuffs and marks that a carpet falls prey to when you have a house full of boys, grown up or otherwise, Rhinofloor sounds like an ideal solution.

I’d love a wood floor however the cost of this, plus the fitting costs make his anything but a budget choice. Rhinofloor however is self-fitting and starts at £15.99 a square metre.

The focus around this flooring is the combination of strength and great looking floors without the need for hefty bills.

Rhinofloor is the leading vinyl flooring brand and with stone, tile, wooden and mosaic designs, the current range has a look for every room and style, regardless of its function. Unlike “proper” tile, Rhinofloor is soft and warm underfoot despite being so hard wearing.

To find out more about the range have a nosy at the Rhinofloor website where you can locate your nearest retailer. Over two thousand stockists currently carry Rhinofloor so you should be able to find someone not too far away.

Reorganising my home

Tomorrow will be a very happy day for me.
It isn’t my birthday or our anniversary, however I already know tomorrow is going to be a good day.
Tomorrow Roy is taking the boys out for the day and is leaving me with black binbags, boxes and a burning need to declutter and reorganise the house.

My house is a three bedroomed home that was built in 1880. I love my home, I love it’s location, I loathe the lack of storage. Tomorrow’s mission is to declutter like I have never decluttered before, move and re-purpose furniture and make the house more user friendly for want of a better description.

It will be dusty, it will no doubt involve some swearing but it will be worth it! I’ve been doing bits and pieces regularly but tomorrow is the biggie. After tomorrow smaller changes will be made and things will be reviewed so here is where I am asking for your input. What are your key pieces of advice for making your home more organised? I work from home so it is doubly frustrating to spend/waste time looking for things that are needed. Do you label? Do you have one of these magical home files I keep hearing about, do you have a nifty way of doing something? Tell me more!

The declutter and reorganise quest has started but is clearly far from complete!
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