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After spending years trapped indoors it’s not surprising that many of us are yearning for the great outdoors. With so much uncertainty ahead of us it’s no longer a guarantee that you’ll be able to venture forth on a holiday whenever the mood strikes. If you’ve already redecorated your home to give it that new lease of life and find yourself staring out the kitchen window at your dishevelled lawn it might make sense to finally invest in your garden and turn it into the oasis of your dreams.
If you’re about to undertake a deep remodelling of your home or a room in your house, you’ll be inundated with choices. From raw materials to colour palettes, it’s hard not to feel absolutely swamped. But one thing you might not have put much thought into is plasterboard. Plasterboard seems like a much-overlooked design material in the home—often seen as something ugly that just goes under the plaster, paint, or wallpaper.
Adding a wet room to your property is currently one of the most popular trends in home design. They can be incredibly versatile, aesthetically appealing and easy to clean. A wet room also provides safety and ease of access and are life-changing for those with mobility issues. But choosing the most appropriate flooring material for your wet room is an important consideration when designing your new wet room.
In the pursuit to find the best flooring, we take a look at the key differences between laminate and vinyl flooring to help you make the right decision. While laminate flooring can often be the most affordable choice compared to real wooden floors, some home makeovers are best suited to vinyl flooring. It all really depends on your budget and unique sense of style, but when it comes to finding an affordable, high-quality flooring, you really only have two main choices: vinyl or laminate flooring. Both types of flooring are comparable in many respects, making them a viable alternative to solid wood. With this in mind, let’s break down the differences, including the pros and cons of each.
Every room would be dark if there were no ceiling lights. It’s something we never think about, as they’re essential to our homes, and our lives.
But design is a true representation of ourselves, and that includes the ceiling lights! Whether it’s LED ceiling lights, track lights, chandeliers, we’ve got you covered for when it’s time to choose the perfect lighting for the rooms that need a makeover!
It’s safe to say that 2021 won’t be winning many awards for happiness and positivity. With so much uncertainty and misery seemingly around every corner, most of us are happy to see the back of it!
Now enters 2022, boldly proclaiming a better year with a lot more more to look forward to, and a slow return to much-needed to normalcy. Whether that will become true or not, it’s time for a radical change.
If the bedroom is the brain of your house where you go to recharge, think of the kitchen as its heart.
A kitchen is more than just a place where food is prepared. It’s where the kids rush in for breakfast before school and spread their homework all over after dinner. It’s where couples catch up and relax after work, perhaps with a glass of wine. It’s where you stare into the garden and contemplate life while doing the washing up, or chatting over a cup of tea.
For all you green thumbs out there, it’s time to explore some useful tips on how to smartly conceal your garden tools. Spend less time searching for misplaced garden tools and more time doing what you love amongst nature. With a touch of creativity, you will be surprised by the simple everyday items that you can use to transform your outdoor space into an organised garden tool rack or box.