There comes an exciting point in every serious relationship when couples decide to take the plunge and move in together, and while sharing a house or flat
with your other half is usually delightful, psychologists say that cohabiting couples are at increased risk of divorce if they eventually marry, as opposed to living together after getting married.
we live alone, and if you’re not careful you and your partner can end up having eight identical saucepans, huge stacks of plates, three TVs and four
wardrobes-worth of clothes. Either stick them in storage with Space Station (click here to see our locations),
or recycle, donate to charitable causes or sell!
of presenting each of your personalities, likes and hobbies in equal parts during the design process.
and having conversations about your preferences, especially with furnishings you use all the time will be time well spent.
a study, or even just a nice spot in the home to relax and read.
go hand-in-hand. Quoted in the Huffington Post, former
couples mediator Debra Macleod notes that keeping tech away from where you sleep can prevent up to 60 percent of couples’ arguments!