Let’s face it, there are few of us who will go into a home renovation project without some kind of budget, but if you’re hoping to create the abode of your dreams without going over the top with your spending, there are a few things you can do.
Lots of homeowners might think they have handy skills when it comes to DIY, but a recent survey has shown many make significant mistakes trying to renovate their properties without expert help.
Instagram and Pinterest are becoming as influential in the interior design world as glossy aspirational decorating and furnishing magazines and if you’re exploring bespoke orangeries in the UK on your smartphone, the chances are you’ve clocked some appealing images on social media along the way on your mission.
Home improvement jobs are on the radar for many householders, but never more so than now as many property owners are considering transforming their current abode in favour of moving.
If you’ve decided that 2018 is the year that you finally revamp your kitchen, you may want to consider what some of the top trends are in this space.
Much has been made of the fact that more and more of us in the UK are improving rather than moving at present, due to the state of the housing market, but that means we need to think carefully about what improvements we make and how much we spend on them.
If you’re looking to sell your home then you might be interested in finding the best bespoke joinery London has to offer to finish all those jobs that need to be done before it goes on the market. That’s the advice of the interior experts at the Mail Online, who think you should focus on creating a bedroom with plenty of storage and space before selling up. Take a look at their top tips for home improving before moving.
One of the joys of owning your own home is being able to make changes to it whenever you want. It might be something small like changing the colour of the walls, or it could be a more epic DIY project like fitting a new bathroom.