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Mar 25 2020
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Tips For Preparing Your Home And Garden For Warmer Weather

Now that we’re officially into spring, it’s time to start preparing your home and garden property for everything that warmer weather brings along with it. Depending on where you live, this could me getting ready for a lot of heat, a lot of moisture, or something entirely different. But despite this, there are still things that every person and home should take care of before your days start to really heat up. To help you with this, here are three tips for preparing your...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to design a stunning family room around a sectional sofa

Here’s how to use your sectional sofa as the basis of great design The family room is more often than not the social hub of any home. A sectional sofa is a great piece of furniture to include in a family room as it guarantees enough seating for the whole family and for large gatherings. But many people are put off sectionals because they think they will take up too much room. Yet the size of a sectional is no reason to think they can’t be used as a fashionable and functional...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to Tattoo Yourself – DIY Tips

Tattoo specialists Do you long to have a tattoo in any part of your body? Are you afraid of negative results after a tattoo? Well, worry no more because there are a number of qualified professions who can tattoo you any image you may think of, or an image you prefer.  You will not have to worry anymore. ...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 10 Fantastic Christmas Tutorials

It’s cold, the nights are long and the warmth is inviting. Your Christmas tree may already be up and I’m sure you’ve organised who’s coming over or where you’re going to be on the big day itself. Whether you’re the fully organised type who has every detail thought out or the ‘Eek is it really Christmas THAT soon?’ type, you wouldn’t be amiss to check out these fantastic finishing touches to the season. 1. One thing you can’t...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Style your bathroom with marble natural stone tiles

Having a bath after a stressful day at work is probably the most relaxing thing that you can easily do in the comfort of your home without much effort. It will help you refresh, recharge and face the challenges of the new day. You can decorate the bathroom with flowers, candles or figurines that bring you happiness and a sense of coziness. There is, however, one ultimate trick to turn your bathroom into an unique retreat with a spa-like atmosphere, and that is to use natural stone...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Why Log Cabin Chinking Material Needs to be Elastic and Durable

What is Chinking? Chinking is the material that fills the gap between logs in a log home. ...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 7 Easy DIY Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Nothing will replace the tradition of stringing lights along eaves and in trees when Christmas comes to town. Sometimes, though, you’re ready to do something a little different for your yearly Christmas decorations. With a little DIY ingenuity, you’ll have your front yard sparkling with decor that sets you apart from the neighbors and won’t take you long at all to put up. ...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Honed Marble Makes Perfect Sense for Your Flooring

When you’re deciding on the right stone flooring, you need to consider factors beyond the type of stone. Also important is how the stone is finished, especially if you’re dealing with a variety as temperamental as marble. ...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on When DIY is a bad idea

There are lots of jobs around the house where a DIY approach is absolutely fine. However, when it comes to the electrical systems in your home, if involves more than changing a light bulb, don’t do it. Leave the job to the professionals.  Here’s why? ...

May 21 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Money Saving DIY: Tips for Replacing Your Ductwork Insulation

Over a period of time, you will probably find that your ductwork insulation shows a few signs of wear and tear and this means that warm or cold air is being allowed to escape. ...

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