Many people prefer to purchase a period property because they tend to have a lot more character. New build homes are often built to very specific specifications and they all look pretty much the same but period properties are a lot more unique. They’re usually cheaper as well so if you’re struggling to save the … Continue reading 4 Must Do Renovations for Your Period Property
If you’re a keen gardener, the chances are that you embrace garden design in the same way you do interior decor. Shaking things up on occasion is probably one of your favorite things to do. Nothing refreshes the look of that outside space, after all, like a brand new design. The best way to freshen … Continue reading Make Like an Onion and Layer Your Garden
As a house gets older, it’s obviously going to lose some of its initial spark. Even if you work hard to keep the surfaces clean and tidy up your mess, things are going to start breaking and paint is going to start fading. So, here's what to do when your home loses its appeal.
Today we're sharing some watering tips for gardeners. Watering a garden sounds like a simple task, right? You just need to head outside and fill up your watering can help your plants and flowers when they look a bit dry.
Building the perfect home environment for your family is a priority for everyone. Unfortunately, knowing how to make it happen can be a little challenging. If you’re like the average homeowner, it’s likely that you’re making some very basic home mistakes. On a brighter note, though, they are very easily rectified.
It is a classic solution: cream carpet is often used by developers to show off warm but bright interiors and by interior designers as a fairly cheap and generic option that no-one will be offended by.
For those bird lovers who own chickens, keeping the predators away from your chicken flock is an issue all year round but the threat is a whole lot worse in the winter due to the lack of food for predators during the colder months.
Anybody that has ever done work on their home knows that there are always things that can go wrong. It’s important that you plan everything properly but regardless of how thorough you are before you get started, you’ll probably run into some hurdles along the way. Here are 3 things that make your DIY projects harder than they need to be.
Let us start this article with a disclaimer. In no way is our advice supposed to replace the essential guidance of a medical or mental health professional, and this is not a means to help you with issues that might be very pressing.
With a growing brood, you might be considering moving to a bigger pad. However, you might already have all the space you need, if only you used it a little more effectively. If your conservatory has turned into little more than a dumping ground or an alternative way of entering the home should your kids be mucky after soccer, then you need to rethink its use.