Design for home working

Given the last few months with the emergence of Covid19 and the huge changes we have all seen to our working day it is no surprise that there is a huge surge in interest in the home office design. No matter what size of space you have available a practical design solution is what you need. If you spend the full working week there or even just a few hours, […]

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Choosing Kitchens… where to start?

Before your begin… Buying a new kitchen is a long term investment. Once installed you will probably expect it to last you at least 10 years if not more. You can buy a kitchen at every price level and accordingly there will be differences in quality, style, choice and design possibilities. As a result I cannot stress enough the importance of setting your budget. It is best to do some […]

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Dining In

The dining space is now a multifunctional part of the home and as such it must provide on a huge number of levels. For example, it must offer varying levels of light suitable for every occasion, the table needs to be well made, hard wearing and in some cases transformable. Storage needs to work for traditional items such as crockery and glass wear, but it also needs to manage various […]

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Wonderful Walk-In Wardrobes

Choosing the perfect wardrobe solution for your space can be daunting. Should you go for hinged doors or sliding doors or no doors at all? Should you be bold with colour or play safe with neutrals? Should you go freestanding or fitted? With so many decisions to make before you invest, we’ve correlated our top tips on getting the right solution for you. The first and most important point about […]

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Utilise your space

Utility rooms/spaces come in all shapes and sizes and are used for a huge variety of purposes. For some it’s a simple broom closet and for others it’s the engine room for the home encompassing cloak room, laundry and storage for the family’s sports gear and the odd bicycle. Here are some of  our tips to make the most of what you have. Assess your needs and then assess your available […]

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Bookcase Beauties

With the growth in technology you could be fooled into believing that books are no longer trendy but how wrong could you be. Statistics are showing that physical paper book sales are on the rise. As a lover of the feel of holding a book as opposed to a tech device this for me is great news. I’m sure I’m not alone here. The book is more than just a […]

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Sofa Savy

With a vast selection of sofas available it is almost impossible to know where to start when you need to buy one. So here are our top tips to help you on your journey. Size & Layout Firstly, you need to carefully consider the size, layout and positioning of your new sofa. We find many customers want to buy and L-shape arrangement but not every room is going to suit […]

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Armchair Addict

In the good old days, the armchair in your living room always matched the sofa. It was always big but very comfortable and you never really considered the design of it. It was a functional element. But buying a full sofa and armchair suite is now seen as very old fashioned and thus the armchair has come into its own. Here are our top tips on how to choose the […]

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Choosing your new Kitchen

Buying a new kitchen is a long term investment. Once installed you will probably expect it to last you at least 10 years if not more. So the first thing you need to decide on is your budget. You can buy a kitchen at every price level and accordingly there will be differences in quality, style, choice and design possibilities. It is best to do some research by looking online […]

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Light up your life

Lighting is not just there to help you see in your home at night. It is also for tasks, aesthetics and ambiance. Every room will have different requirements. Determine what type of lighting your room may need by considering the mood you want to achieve. Do remember that a single light source is not going to achieve it all. Every space will require multiple light sources creating layers of light […]

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