Home & Garden
‘Everything stops for tea’ or so the lyrics of the wartime melody suggested, while Bernard Cribbins’ hapless 1962 ‘Right said Fred’ removal men got no-where at all even after several cups of tea.
Spending more time in the kitchen could be good for your health, as new survey reveals we’ve walked 130,000 steps in 2014.
New research has revealed that underfloor heating is growing in popularity as homeowners become more aware of its far reaching benefits, making it set to be a key feature for 2015.
C.P. Hart has unveiled a stunning new-look Manchester showroom, showcasing UK exclusives from Karol Furniture and Marcel Wanders.
Ireland’s brand-new further education and training authority, Solas, has upgraded its state-of-the-art facilities in Dublin, opting for Moduleo flooring as a result of its outstanding features.
With a New Year just around the corner – many people decide that January is the time they are ready and want to move house.
The award-winning series returns to BBC Two with a brand new 10-part series in January 2015. Britain's top television gardening talent will inspire viewers to save the nation's rich garden heritage.
The phrase ‘new year, new you’ has been done to death, so why not pledge a variation on the theme? New Year, new design is the mantra we think you should live by in 2015, and what better place to start than in your bedroom?
If the home of your dreams seems out of reach because you can’t sell an existing property - then part exchange could be the answer to a smooth move in 2015.
One of the key trends in bedrooms is juxtaposing materials in new and ingenious ways.
Duette energy-saving blinds are a wise investment for cost-conscious homeowners who want to lower their annual heating bills.
Retail finance specialist Ikano Bank has teamed up with Barratt, the biggest housebuilder in Britain, to offer its customers a unique finance package.
Samsung Home Appliances has announced that its Powerbot VR9000 cleaning device is now available to buy in the UK from Harrods and independent electrical retailers.
North East home owners have just a few days remaining to take advantage of additional energy efficiency savings through Warm Up North’s end of autumn sale.
Home owners in the south west spend an average of £5,400 to make their house feel like a home according to research from Barratt Homes.
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