Month: May 2019

Summer 2019 is set to be a scorcher, so make way for the sunny days ahead in your garden by perfecting your décor inside first. No doubt you’ll be receiving plenty of guests as the weather starts to heat up and the kids are on holiday, so there’s truly no better time to take a look at interior design trends for 2019 that you can try for summer. Here are some of our favourites: Continue Reading
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Designing your garden in time for summer is an exciting prospect. It seems like there are countless opportunities to express yourself through creativity, and this comes down to even the type of furniture that you choose. For many, having garden furniture is a must. Not only does it provide a comfy place to relax, but it also adds another element to your outdoors space, giving it an alternate purpose.    Continue Reading
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Growing your own produce is extremely fulfilling, not to mention a great step towards sustainability. Busying yourself in the garden tending to your fruit and vegetables is an enjoyable hobby during spring and summer, but it can leave you with little to do over the winter months. Unless you’ve for a greenhouse, of course. A greenhouse gives you a little more freedom when it comes to what you can grow, and even gives your less hardy plants a home when the cold weather hits. Continue Reading
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When you get a new conservatory, you expect to be enjoying your brand new sanctuary in peace and quiet as you gaze across the beautiful views of your garden. However, for some, the reality can be slightly different. In a few instances, conservatories can develop one or two faults that can hamper your experience of having a conservatory. If you’re thinking about installing a conservatory but don’t want the common conservatory problems that come with it, here’s how to avoid them. Continue Reading
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