Summer is almost in full swing. Evenings will turn to more time spent out in the garden and at least a few arguments with the kids that, in their defence, they shouldn’t be going to bed when it’s still bright outside.
There’s no doubt that February and March are some of the coldest months of the year, but brighter, warmer days are finally on the horizon.
When the clocks change here in the UK we are either welcoming the darkness of winter and shorter days, or to bring about the longer, warmer days of summer.
Living with a disability can mean facing challenges that many others won’t have to deal with.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the importance of home comforts.
Today, kitchens truly are the heart of the home for many of us, and commissioning the perfect kitchen to take you from family breakfasts to chic soirees can be fraught with difficulties.
Natural materials can give any room a fantastic look, but they really shine in a kitchen or a bathroom. They manage to make a room look luxurious and classy, while still maintaining a rustic charm.
When the stresses and strains of hectic modern life are getting on top of you, there are few better ways to take a load off than by sinking into a sud-filled warm bath.
The home improvement industry is worth billions in the UK. If you get inspired every time you watch episodes of home improvement television shows, it may be time to start a renovation project.
Welcoming a new baby to the family or having growing children around is always great news, but this often calls for a lot of re-adjustment not only to your lifestyle but also to your home décor.