“You live and learn” is certainly a phrase that can be applied to a home renovation. When the job is finally completed, there are usually plenty of tips, tricks and absolute no-nos you can take on board for your next project. Four seasoned interior bloggers offer what they’ve learned and what renovating mistakes to avoid from the works they’ve completed in their own homes.
A freestanding or fitted bath, which is right for you? Here we give you five good arguments for both options to help you make the right decision.
It’s important to think carefully before you invest in a period property, so take time to consider these 10 essential elements to ensure you get the very best from your buy.
When choosing a door knob or lockset for your home’s exterior or interior doors, it pays to have a clear understanding of the differences between various types. Door knobs sound like a straightforward item to purchase, but there are some pitfalls and things you need to know and consider before buying.
The dusty by-product of burning wood can actually be a very useful accessory around the home and garden, helping you with various cleaning and gardening tasks. Here are five examples of ways in which you might like to put your ashes to better use.
It is surprisingly easy, but first you will need to assess the correct starting point for your project. How you start depends very much on whether your piece is already painted, varnished, waxed or whether you are unsure. Read our guide to learn how to proceed.
With over 35 years experience in the industry and the ability to provide customers with top quality doors, we can give you qualified advice on how to care for your doors. When ordering a glazed door (i.e stained glass panels or acid etched panel etc) the door has been fitted with sealants and putty on […]