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Stylish Options for a Bedroom/Office

The last couple of years has seen a dramatic rise in the number of employees remote working. Employers are now responding to increased demands for a more flexible working environment and hours. If your...

Which window dressing suits you best? 0

Which window dressing suits you best?

There are such a huge variety of window dressings out there, it can be tricky to choose which will work best for your windows. Undoubtedly within your home you will have windows of all...

Built in wardrobes vs freestanding – what’s best for your space? 0

Built in wardrobes vs freestanding – what’s best for your space?

There is no getting around the fact that a wardrobe is an imposing piece of furniture. Therefore it’s important to choose one that you love and that works for you. Aside from the colour...

Wall decor alternatives to mirrors and pictures 0

Wall decor alternatives to mirrors and pictures

There is no doubt that a well chosen and well placed picture or mirror can add a certain je ne sais quoi to your wall. Mirrors can give the impression of space, whilst pictures...

Under stairs space and what to use it for 0

Under stairs space and what to use it for

If you are keen to maximise the square footage in your home then why not have a think about that unused space under the stairs. You may or may not have it closed off...

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How to Create a Study Space at Home

  Having a study space in your home could be counterproductive as well as productive depending on the way you go about it. Since the home is basically meant for relaxation, fun, play, convenience...

How to Make Your Hallway More Inviting 0

How to Make Your Hallway More Inviting

Your hallway, the first room that visitors to your home see, can make a lasting impression. So, it is important to make sure the impression it does make is the right one. After all, it...

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Sell Your House Fast With These Home Staging Tactics

Staging your house before putting it on the market requires effort but it always helps a sale if the home is presented in the best possible light so the effort is definitely worth it...

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Moving Home – 5 Epic Unpacking Tips from DecorBlogging

Unpacking is just as important as packing when it comes to moving home. Here we have some simple, useful unpacking tips to make the process as easy as possible.   Packing is important, but...

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The Easy Way To Pack A Kitchen Ready For Moving House

The kitchen can be the most difficult room to pack, especially if you don’t leave enough time to do it properly. Here we look at simple and easy ways to pack a kitchen ready...

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10 Kitchens To Die For

While I was putting this list together of the best kitchen designs I’ve seen lately one think that struck me was how many kitchens are actually quite boring to look at. I hope the...

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How to Reduce the Risks of Tenant Problems

If you are a landlord in London, then it is completely understandable that you will want to have the best possible tenants for your property. To ensure that you find the best tenants in...

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Top 5 Interior Design Tips to Update Your Home

If you are thinking about how to update your home but, like many people, have a limited budget then take a look at these tips from an interior designer friend. None of them will cost too much (although your actual choice of products will, obviously, affect the price) and, just as importantly the changes will not cause too much disruption to your life.Some of the best tips are about combining patterns, texture and colour through the use of fabrics and distinctive artworks.

For some projects you will have to declutter your home or, at least, the room you are updating to be sure the redecoration runs are smoothly as possible.

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Is a Mans Home Still His Castle?

The British seem to have a continuing obsession with owning their own home in a way that,s ay, the French or Germans do not. This attitude is often linked to the housing boom that started in the 1980s when local authority housing was being sold off to tenants at knock-down prices and the mortgage market was deregulated. There was a slump (or re-correction) in the housing market in the late 80s but soon we were back on a relentless rise of property prices and more and more people started to view property as more of an investment than a place to create roots and build a home and life.