Maybe this year you just want to keep it simple, or you’re planning a full blown scene to set your dining table, Christmas dinner is the main, so let’s take a look at how you can make it special.
So far, so good, the run-up to this winter remains reasonably mild. But who knows what the weather has to bring once the days are past their shortest and storms, floods, ice and snow begin.
Are your Christmas ornaments looking a bit dated? When you visit your friends’ houses, do they seem to have themselves together with a modern and new look, but you don’t know how to do the same?
Some of us, just don’t like spiders. As the weather gets colder spiders and other pests will try and keep warm in your home and if you really want rid of them- here’s a few natural ideas.
I hate to be the one to remind you, but Autumn and Winter are just around the corner. The good thing is, that if you start planning now then you can protect your property from future problems.
A lot of the time, we would never think of knocking out a wall. You would be surprised at the space and modern designs you can bring to your home by considering something different.
These days it seems that people are happier to stay in their current homes and improve them rather than move somewhere completely new. Make sure you're making the right choice.
With more than 160,000 new properties popping up across cities in the UK every year, most people are jumping at the chance to be the first in the door. However have you thought about the negatives?
Some of us have never had a problem with our water, while others struggle with hard and soft water issues. Depending on where you live, it’s the amount of mineral ions dissolved into the water.
You’ve got drawers full of bank statements and old letters, it’s not going to be glamorous sifting through all this. Here's a few ideas so that you can improve every part of your home this spring.
An issue which arises often is maintaining gutters and drains. These are an essential system which protect your home from water damage, so if these are not in good working order, you could have issues
It’s not easy to decide which paint goes where, which colour looks best and what consistency the paint should be. We've pulled together a few tips to help you decide what paint you should use.