As the second lockdown begins, you’re probably thinking about what you can do with all your time at home. Spending time looking at the same four walls can not only make you bored, but it can also make you look at your home differently and negatively. You might notice things that need fixing or changing, but this is no bad thing as you have the time not to start improving them.
The latest witchy wallpapers collection by MuralsWallpaper offers a liveable way to bring mystical vibes into your home. There are five designs in the collection, encapsulating the most recognisable symbols of magic, from black cats to tarot cards.
When you live in a rented property, it can sometimes be tricky to make the place really feel as though it’s your own. With furniture usually already in place and restrictions on how you can and can’t decorate – it can be tricky to put your own stamp on the place without overstepping the mark.
Renovating a home is a big step for some people to take, with lots of different things to consider before a project is undertaken. There are lots of tutorials out there for people looking to carry out specific jobs, but it isn’t only the process you should be looking at when approaching a DIY job. Depending on the size, there are other factors equally as important that are often missed or not given enough thought.
Winter can be harsh, and it can result in repairs needed in numerous parts of your home and garden. Always be on the lookout for a problem that might require a manual repair or replacement.
The term ‘re-roofing’ describes the process of removing and replacing the existing layer of roof tiles, while generally leaving the internal joists and rafters in place – unless they need to be replaced. This is most certainly a major project, therefore, you should seek several professional opinions about the best way forward.
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Winter is just around the corner and there are no predictable ways of knowing precisely what you will need to see you through until spring, you can put together a winter survival plan. When the forces of nature suddenly wage war against you often are bordering on panic and are not thinking straight. This article will guide your thinking toward possibilities for winterising your home and how to plan for the occasional storm, power outage, blocked roadways, lack of communication and flood.