Decorate Your Living Room For Christmas

Having a nice living room for the Christmas season adds to the spirit of Christmas and makes the house so much more enjoyable to come home to after work. There are a few ways that you can decorate your living room for Christmas and the setup should usually last from the beginning of the month until maybe mid-January.… View Post

How to create classy Christmas windows

How to create classy Christmas windows

There’s nothing more Christmassy than a window that’s beautifully adorned with all things tinselling for the most sparkly season of all. As soon as the first house in the town puts up their Christmas decorations – even if you might resist it – that air feels that little bit more magical.… View Post

Why you still need your gardener in winter

Why you still need your gardener in winter

A gardener? In winter? I must have lost the plot, right? Plot, gardening, pun totally not intended but let’s roll with it.

Of course, as soon as we see the first rusty orange leave of autumn, we’re quick to ditch the gardening and pack up tools for winter. To the back of the shed those sheers go, never to be seen again until next spring.… View Post

5 ways to simplify your autumn-winter house move easier

5 ways to simplify your autumn-winter house move easier

Moving house pre-Christmas. Are you mad? Believe it or not, quite a few people are keen on moving house around this time of year. You’d think with everything we have to do in the run up to the 25th December, it would put us off. But, the temptation of being in a cosy, perfect new abode when the morning comes around, is enough to encourage us to make the move.… View Post

5 Key Interior Trends That Are Going To Be …

5 Key Interior Trends That Are Going To Be Big

Now that we’re fully settled into the final quarter of the year, it’s time to start noticing the shiny new interior trends coming out for autumn and winter. Although home, interior and design trends don’t tend to move quite as fast as fashion and accessories, there are still some big shift movements in colours, textures and prints. Rich tones, colour blocks, a touch of black, striking metal materials and big flouncy florals are just some of what’s to come this autumn and winter.… View Post