Bay window spaces can be awkward to know what to do with; furniture often does not fit easily, and simple placing a statement palm tree in it can often feel like poor use of the space. This piece aims to show you some fun ways to think about your bay window, with some tips to making the most of it, and making your house shine in the process.
As a mummy, there is nothing quite like enjoying some fresh air and sunshine in your own backyard. However, harsh weather conditions such as rain and excessive sun exposure can limit the time we can spend outdoors. This is where a retractable pergola roof from Designer Shade Solutions UK comes in.
Choosing a front door is a very important part of creating the overall aesthetic of your home. However, deciding on the right kind of material for your front door can be difficult with so many options available. There are many different types of front doors. The two most common types of front doors are wood and uPVC doors.
Below, we will take a look at the differences between wooden and uPVC front doors. We will go over the advantages and disadvantages of each of these two popular types of front doors to help you with your decision on the right door material for you when replacing your front door.
As you’ll know if you’ve been here before, my family and I live in a cottage in a very rural location. The house is over 100 years old and although we love it, we do struggle with black mould on the walls every winter. It’s a constant battle once the temperature goes down, and with rising energy prices, we certainly won’t be keeping the heating on low all day to combat the mould this year. Having said that, there are things that you can do to reduce the mould growth, and keep your family safe this winter. Here are five of them:
With the grim news that bills are going to be skyrocketing in the next few months, we’re all looking for ways to save money and tighten our belts. During the summer months, keeping warm isn’t an issue but with Autumn just around the corner, we’re all going to want to turn up the heating, but maybe feel like we can’t afford to. With this in mind, I’m sharing five tips to help you to keep your heating costs as low as possible, this winter: