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Welcome to the Curver Storage blog! There we discuss organisation, storage, décor ideas, suggestions and tips, recipes and pets. Are you looking for solutions to all your storage problems? Décor trends? A new recipe? Would you appreciate suggestions and tips to make your daily organisation and storage easier, or help with training your dog? You’ve come to the right place! On the Curver blog we help you to organise your home better and to optimise space through articles and videos. You will also have exclusive access to our news and the advice of our associate expert bloggers, who share their suggestions and tips for Curver, as well as all their décor ideas and their advice on pets. Enjoy your visit!

DIY FUNNY WOODEN BLOCKS

Total time: 1 hours + drying time Supplies: wooden blocks in different shapes wooden primer paint paint brushes pencils non-toxic acrylic paints or tempera black and colored permanent marker non-toxic varnish washi tape Directions: Choose some different wooden blocks shapes: cylinder, cube, parallelepiped, sphere, geometric shapes… Paint with the primer paint some of them and […]

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How to brighten up your home

We’d all like a home bathed in natural light, but often various factors make this impossible. Windows that are too small, building facing north, flat on one of the lower floors, obstacles placed right in front of the windows: these are some of the reasons why our home, or one room in particular, does not […]

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DIY Ombre Lamp

Hi! Rachel from The Crafted Life here with an easy way to bring a bit of color into your home! Why settle on just one shade of blue with you can have multiple?! This DIY Ombre Lamp is the perfect way to expand the color palette of any room and it only takes a few […]

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Batch cooking Day 5 : Salmon and broccoli shepherd’s pie

Ingredients for 4 people: 4 fresh salmon steaks 3 cooked potatoes + sweet potato reserved for day 3 100 ml milk 2 shallots 1 broccoli cooked on day 3 1 clove of garlic 3 sprigs fresh parsley 30 g grated county cheese 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 pinch of nutmeg Salt and pepper Method: 1.Peel […]

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Batch cooking Day 4 : Pasta salad with Mediterranean vegetables

Ingredients for 4 people: 240 g pasta (uncooked), preferably whole-grain Oven roasted vegetables prepared on day 0 120 g feta cheese 1 generous handful of fresh basil Salt and pepper Method: 1. Cook the pasta in a saucepan of boiling water for the time specified on the packet. 2. Drain and run your cooked pasta […]

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Batch cooking Day 3 : Sweet potato stuffed with quinoa, broccoli and peanut satay sauce

Ingredients for 4 people: 2 sweet potatoes 2 broccoli + 1 broccoli for day 5’s recipe 300 g cooked quinoa (reserved for day 1’s recipe) Salt 2 teaspoons sesame oil 2 rounded teaspoons peanut butter 2 teaspoons agave syrup 2 teaspoons rice vinegar 2 teaspoons salted soy sauce 2 pinches ground ginger 1 lime Method: 1.Preheat the oven to 180°C. 2.Cut the sweet potatoes […]

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Batch cooking Day 2 :Yeast dough tart topped with Mediterranean vegetables and pesto rosso

Ingredients for 4 people: For the yeast dough (or use a shop-bought pizza dough): 200 g flour ½ bag of baker’s dried yeast (about 4 g) 1 teaspoon salt For the pesto rosso (or use shop-bought pesto rosso, about 100 g): 30 g dried tomatoes in oil 30 g pecorino romano (or parmesan) 20 g […]

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Batch cooking Day 1 : Ratatouille, quinoa and chickpeas

Ingredients for 4 people: 1 can of chickpeas (265 g net drained weight) 240 g of raw quinoa + 100 g for day 3’s recipe 4 tomatoes (or 800 g of canned peeled tomatoes) ⅔ vegetables cooked in a frying pan on day 0 2 cloves of garlic 1 herb bouquet (thyme, bay leaf) Optional: […]

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Batch cooking Day 0

How about we start batch cooking? There are so many benefits to this method: pre-preparing several dishes at the same time means you save time and it stops you wondering ‘What should I make for dinner tonight?’ during the week. But how do you go about it? It is very simple, but just takes a […]

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Wallpaper, star of interior decoration

Wallpaper is confirmed as the star of interior decoration again this year. Perfect to give the living-room or the bedroom a touch of style, wall paper is now also used in more unusual areas, such as the bathroom or kitchen. Unlike in the past, today we tend to cover a single wall or part of […]

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DIY HANGING WOOD SLICE SIDE TABLE

Total time: 20 min. Supplies: Round wood slice – this one is 12” wide Cotton cord Handheld drill with wood bit Ruler Pencil washi tape Bulldog clip Scissors Small hook   Directions: Imagine an equilateral triangle (a triangle that has all three sides of equal length) on your round wood slice, and mark with your pencil […]

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How to bring nature into your home

For several years now, nature as a theme in interior decorating has already been very much in vogue. Its popularity is due to the warm, welcoming atmosphere a room derives from being decorated with natural materials. It’s no accident that one of the most sought-after colours is green, in all its shades, combined with natural […]

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The trend-setting colours in interior decoration

Warm light neutral tones, desaturated shades and a certain brighter, more decisive touch of colour: the palette of trend-setting colours at the moment is more varied than ever. Here are some trends to inspire you: The new neutral colours Let’s begin with the palette of neutral colours, setting a great trend in 2019. Compared to […]

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Doing up a balcony

You are fortunate enough to own a balcony! You have the opportunity to eat breakfast outdoors on your little piece of nature in the city. But be careful not to let it turn into a storage space which is out of control: you risk ruining your possessions and being subject to remarks from your neighbours. […]

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SET UP A NURSERY AREA FOR YOUR BABY

You have just brought baby home from the hospital. Here are some practical tips to help you get organised and to make your life easier.   1- Changing It is obvious that baby will need to be changed often, day and night. So, the place where you change baby must be at a height that […]

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Organisation tips to avoid manic mornings

As soon as the alarm bell rings, the rush begins… Do you have any organisation tips to avoid manic mornings? Get to grips with the notion of “routine” Ideally, you should set up routines in the morning. A routine is simply a series of steps that always take place in the same order. For example, […]

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Which breed of dog to choose for an indoor life?

These days, not many dogs live outdoors all the time. As full members of the family, our dogs are always by our sides, sleeping at the end of the sofa, eating in the kitchen and sometimes even allowed to lie on the bed. But are all dogs suitable for an indoor lifestyle? Can all dogs […]

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