As another chapter of our life begins, we look to the future and make plans for a whole New Year. For many of us, life has been put on hold in 2020; Weddings have been postponed, family holidays cancelled and with more time spent at home we have made the most of living space and instead invested our hard-earned money in improving our home.
Replacing your windows is such a big and long term purchase it can feel a little overwhelming to get it right. Let’s walk your through some style and colour options…
As soon as the warmer weather arrives, dinner outside becomes a more appealing option. If your kitchen or dining room ...
Your Christmas Wreath gives guests a festive welcome to your home. Get ready to decorate your front door with our choice of wreaths.
We have pulled together our favourite ways to add a dash of Greenery, from the bold to the beautiful
House envy affects us all at some point in our lives. However, improving your home can help to make you feel much better.
Enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of your favourite chair with a conservatory that looks the part.
For an easy, ...
We have got everything you need to accessorise your windows and doors to add that extra spooky touch.
Find out our top tips on how to uplift your mood during Daylight Saving Time here.
Spread the festive spirit throughout your home with these Christmas window ideas.
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We love everything about it, the part flat roof part gable roof single story ...
Let us help guide you in choosing the best colour for you uPVC windows, the possibilities are endless
Dressing your windows for Christmas can have a magical effect on the inside and outside of your home
Interiors writer, Rachel Ogden, gives expert advice on window treatments for the new season.
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Choose from a range of colours, from Irish Oak woodgrain for a traditional look, ultra-matte ...
We take a look at how updating your kitchen can give your home a new lease of life
A collaboration with interiors and DIY blogger Karen Clough, of 'Well I Guess This Is Growing Up'