While we’re big proponents of lasting quality, there is certainly space in interior design for trends: to keep our houses looking fresh and modern, to breathe new life into our homes. We’ve rounded up the top interiors trends for 2023 in this blog, with something that will hopefully suit all tastes.
Over the past few years, for various reasons, the price of building materials has soared and with it, the price of renovating a home. Now that we are in the midst of a ‘cost of living’ crisis, people are turning to cheaper methods for renovation – or putting the big jobs off entirely.
If your house is on the market, you’ll want to ensure it’s looking spick and span for professional photography and viewings with prospective buyers. It’s possible to add several thousands of pounds to the asking price of your home by making a few small tweaks – so why not give it ago?
If you’re looking to save money and do your bit for the environment at the same time, consider making some quick and cost-efficient changes in your home. In this blog we show you five easy ways to save energy (and money!) with some low-cost kit that you can easily find at your local hardware store or online – search around and they can be found for under £20.
It’s that time of year already: spring. The trees are starting to come into leaf, falling blossom has replaced snow and everything feels green and fresh again. It’s also the perfect time to spring clean your home — clearing out the clutter and cleaning your living spaces to make way for brighter, sunnier days when you won’t want to be inside tidying up.
Improving the energy efficiency of your home not only helps to conserve the world’s natural resources but also saves you money too. From quick wins to improve your efficiency in a flash to long-term projects that reap huge rewards, we’ve rounded up the five best ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency.
You don’t need a large country estate to enjoy an outside space with room for entertaining, relaxing and even growing your own ingredients for the kitchen. Even the smallest patch of patio or lawn offers scope for grand ideas: take a look at our five of the best ways to make a small garden feel bigger.