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Six simple and cost-effective ways to refresh your home from Laura de Barra


by Jennifer McShane
22.03.23

When it comes to revamping our interiors, everyone is different. Everybody has different wants and needs physically, psychologically and prioritising this is really important, explains Gaff Goddess and Decor Galore author Laura de Barra as she shares top tips on how to easily revamp our homes.

“I’m constantly going into spaces and thinking, who’s the end-user, but also making sure that it’s open enough that the end-user is able to be themselves. I leave blank spaces and rooms when I decorate, I leave blank corners, because someone could want to put in a desk, they could want to put in nothing or a bookshelf – you never know what people want to put in their space and you definitely don’t want...

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