A cosy bunk bed idea making the room like a den with desk and spare bed.
I can see two boys having great fun in this amazing design, it almost feels like you are out at sea with all that wood.
I can visualise a little girl who loves pink with this fantastic design.
This image explodes fun. Having midnight feasts and much more.
This one has an air of sophistication about it, maybe teenage girls
I had to finish with this breathtaking bunk bed idea. Any girls dream and fit for a little Princess.


I found this great article on 5 ways to reduce plastic during July on the Creative Impact site.

Charlotte Watkivs co-runs the blog A Zero Waste Life and the not-for-profit Zero Waste in the Community. She has sent virtually no rubbish to landfill in over three years. This journey started when Charlotte and her friend Anna took on a New Years Resolution to live zero waste for a year. This was achieved by reducing their need for single-use items, repurposing and reusing old items, recycling what can’t be reused, and rotting organic waste. They now share what they’ve learnt in workshops and talks.

Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics? These tips should help get you started and encourage you to join Plastic Free July. Once you get into a rhythm with it, it’s really quite addictive!

Quick tips for Plastic Free July

  1. Pick one ‘eco’ switch and do it really well. It’s far better to focus on acing one habit than it is to try and change too many things.
  2. Move your bin! A really simple one, but each time you come to throw something away, you’ll have a mini panic wondering where your bin is, then when you remember, you can work out the best way to reuse or recycle it and even plan if you can buy something in less packaging next time.
  3. Create a Zero Waste kit. We’re all so used to the idea that to start a new hobby or change our lifestyles, we have to buy lots of things. That goes against the idea of Zero Waste, as a lot of resources are needed to make all of these items. Collect reusable items you’ve already got, like a bag, water bottle, fork and so on.
  4. Once you’ve created your Zero Waste Kit, remember to take it out with you! It’s great if you can get into the habit of always having reusable items on hand and remembering to use them and not items made from single-use plastics.
  5. Talk to others about what you’re doing. Share your struggles and successes so you can inspire and learn from others. If you’re struggling to get motivated, join some social media groups. You’ll get inspired to take your next steps and may even find an accountability buddy.

The Creative Impact Group are a collective of individuals using their creative talent to positively impact others and the planet.

The term creatives includes Instagrammers, content creators photographer, writers, coaches, fitness and wellbeing instructors, professionals. People looking to educate, inspire and motivate their audiences to become the best version of themselves.


When your home is clean and tidy, all your stress and tensions fly out of the window. When it’s cluttered and messy you feel really stressed out.

Don’t let the idea of sorting out a room will make you feel more anxious as it will have the opposite effect. Maybe first try with your bedroom doing some simple things like flipping your mattress and moving a few bits around. Maybe even try sleeping in another bedroom to see if you prefer it.

Buy some new bedding and pillows to completely change the feel of the room and clear all the clutter. Repaint the walls in white to make it feel bigger and add more light by changing the bulbs or putting some romantic fairy lights across the bedhead.

Pop in a couple of plants and sort out all your drawers. You will be amazed at how great you will feel when you have finished it. Once you can see and feel the benefit of finishing your room start in another room and do the same.