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There’s no better time to get the kids involved in gardening than spring. Not only is the weather pleasant enough to spend more time out in the garden, but they’ll also get to see the fruits of their labour as the plants blossom in summer. Continue Reading
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With so much to offer, it seems a shame that many conservatories can be left feeling dated and tired after a lifetime of use. Though you may do your best to maintain its condition, it’s inevitable that it will start to experience some general wear and tear. Continue Reading
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Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or you just want to gather your friends around the table for a great night, throwing a dinner party is a wonderful treat for everyone. Friends, drink, delicious food and good conversation are the keys to a successful dinner party.  Continue Reading
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As we head further into the year, it’s time to think about breathing a new lease of life into the area you’re going to be spending a lot of time in – your conservatory! A bohemian theme is bang on trend this year, so why not bring it into your home with your very own boho conservatory design. Continue Reading
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Nowadays, we like to think we’re as eco-friendly as possible when it comes to doing our bit to save the planet. Whether that’s by living sustainably, recycling or participating in beach clean-ups. However, you probably haven’t considered the eco-friendliness of your home décor. Continue Reading
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Decorating your conservatory can be great fun when spring is just around the corner, as there are lots of opportunities to embrace the new trends of the year. So, brighten up the space by covering your contemporary conservatory with fabulous houseplants. If you’re stuck for ideas on how to display them, then take a look at our guide of new ways to decorate your conservatory with plants: Continue Reading
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If you’re one of the thousands of people living in the urban jungle, you’ll know all about the struggle to create a beautiful, luscious garden. You may have lots of ideas, but very little space to execute them. However, it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, fat from it. Small gardens have lots of advantages, including the ability to design an effortlessly cosy, homely space.  Continue Reading
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There are many benefits of welcoming insects and wildlife into your garden. Not only do they help pollinate the area, but they also add life to your outdoor space. However, your love for insects may be limited if you find they frequently ruin your beautiful flowerbeds by eating their way through your plants. You’ll be pleased to learn that you don’t need to resort to all kinds of chemicals to help keep the bugs at bay, there’s a more natural way to combat the issue – bug deterrent plants.  Continue Reading
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There’s nothing better than relaxing after a long hard day with a good book in peace and quiet. If you’ve got an unused nook, a spare bedroom or a spacious windowsill that could be transformed, then consider having your very own reading corner. To help you get inspired, take a look at your reading corner design ideas:

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There are a number of reasons that houseplants are beneficial for our homes, but some special species are particularly known for their healing properties. While the weather is feeling a little chilly outside, it’s the perfect time to focus on what you’ve got going on indoors. So, try decorating your home with beautiful plants that can also be used to boost your health. Don’t know where to start? Here’s a list of healing houseplants that you should keep in your home this February:

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Over the years, the popularity of sustainable gardening has risen thanks to the increase in awareness. By definition, “sustainability” is to avoid the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance. In short, this means we must look for ways to become self-sufficient that will consequently benefit our health and the planet. So, if you’re interested in sustainable gardening but aren’t sure where to start, follow our top tips below:

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January can be a tough month for many. As we recover from the Christmas and New Year period, there’s a little lacklustre that comes with the next few weeks ahead. So, it’s time to say goodbye to those January blues with a home makeover. There’s nothing better than a warm and inviting home, particularly when the weather is cold outside. With this in mind, here are a few ideas on how to transform your home:

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The widely used interior design style of Scandinavian living is still going strong, despite being around for a number of years. Somehow, we just can’t seem to shake the cool, chic design ideas that stem from Scandinavia. The new year can sometimes bring about the need for change, which may start with your home.

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To start the New Year right you may be looking into ways you can change up your home design, starting with your bedroom. It can be great to declutter and redesign your home to make you feel more organised for the year ahead. Your bedroom is your safe haven, a place where you spend a great deal of time relaxing, which is what makes it the perfect place to start. Here’s a look at chic boutique bedroom ideas to add some style and glamour to your room:

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Using patterns in interior design is nothing new, though the style in which we use them has differentiated year to year. In 2019 we’re set to see a huge resurgence of classic, timeless prints to decorate the home. If you’re not sure on how to include patterns into your home décor, then fear not. See below our useful guide:

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When it comes to what plants grow well inside, there are an abundance of varieties to choose from. Having plants inside the home can bring a number of benefits, including improving air quality and making the place look more attractive! During the winter it can sometimes be a nice idea to introduce greenery into your home, mostly due to the lack of time you’re able to spend outside in the garden.

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As we move towards the end of the year, it’s only natural to reflect on what 2018 brought us. In terms of interior design and style, the past year has been a time to experiment with the new while also reimagining the old. Wondering what 2019 might have in store? See below our top 10 predicted contemporary interior design ideas for the year ahead: Continue Reading
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Is your home in need of a makeover as we approach the colder months? It may be that at present, your home feels a little cold and uninviting. Decorating your home for winter is an excellent way to create a sense of escape from the harsh weather outside. So, cosy up with these ideas that will add a little festivity to your home, without being overwhelming. Continue Reading
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Winter time brings with it plenty of magic and wonder; particularly as we near towards Christmas. So, what better way to celebrate the changing season than with a magical winter garden? There are plenty of ways you can transform your garden into something spectacular this winter. Here’s our guide with everything you need to know to create the perfect magical winter garden: Continue Reading
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The cold weather can have potentially destructive effects on your garden. Rain, snow, and frost in particular can cause irreversible damage. To stop this, there are some preventative measures you can take before the cold weather hits. There are also some steps to follow afterwards in order to restore your garden. Here’s a look into common gardening problems during the winter and how to treat them. Continue Reading
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