Category Archives: Home, Decorating and DIY

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When it comes to family, you want to capture special moments. What better way to do so than with photography? With a picture, you can remember a moment as it was. A photo is a perfect reminder to a particular day, event or age of your children. With photography, you can look back and cherish the special moments in your life. Family photography can be fun and exciting, especially when you consider special tips and tricks. Below are a few ideas to help you enjoy a day of family photo-taking!

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Having a garden with nothing to use it for is no fun at all. You want to be able to have family and friends sit, relax and chat in the garden for hours and hours. This can be great in the summer, or even in the winter if you do it properly. That means you can get started right away! Build a more sociable garden by using this post: (more…)

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Thе рrіmаrу advantage оf buying furnіturе from ԛuаlіtу furniture ѕtоrеѕ is that they hаvе durаblе, соmfоrtаblе, hіgh quality items frоm rеnоwnеd brands. Thеу dо nоt соmрrоmіѕе оn ԛuаlіtу and dоn’t оffеr sub-standard оr duplicate furnіturе. Thеу ѕеll modern furniture thаt еvоlvеѕ wіth tіmе, thuѕ, keeping uр wіth the lаtеѕt trends. Thеѕе furnіturе stores аrе ԛuіtе popular fоr their сrеаtіvе dеѕіgnѕ аnd contemporary furnіturе too. (more…)

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So, you want to extend your outside space with either a patio or some decking. Both options will provide an ideal part of your home for entertaining guests, soaking up the summer sun, or eating al fresco with the family. However, decking comes with a number of benefits over patio. (more…)

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Starting university can be really tough, especially if you don’t have any financial support from your family. Making your student loan and, if you’re eligible, maintenance grant stretch as far as possible is a real art in itself. Upon looking on other websites, it has become pretty clear that people like to understate the real cost of some quite essential items, such as bills, nights out and rent, so I decided to make my own, more realistic budgeting guide. The first thing that you can do, is forget about the £9,000 per year that you are ‘paying’ for tuition, you’ll probably never end up paying it back in its entirety anyway, so don’t worry about it. The rest, well, you should probably put some real thought into. If you are subject to a rather strict financial situation, then you’re going to have really budget your way through uni, whilst still getting the maximum experience at the same time. (more…)

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Any move, whether commercial, industrial, or residential, can be more easily facilitated when you create an inventory. What is even better is if you can refer to a removal checklist. That way, you can check off the items that need to be moved and stored.

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A rise and recline armchair can help keep you both comfortable and mobile, but no good thing lasts forever. If it’s been more than a few years since you bought your chair, it might be time to replace it with a newer model. Here are just four signs you should think about making the switch.

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Most of the homeowners think downgrading means moving to a smaller home. However, the truth is far from it. Even if you have to vacate your home when downgrading, you can still move to a new home of the same size in another locality.

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If you have a wood-burning stove, it’s probably the centrepiece of your living room and one of your home’s most unique and treasured items. Able to provide eco-friendly warmth and add a touch of rustic style, the wood-burning stove is becoming increasingly popular. Anyone who owns one should strongly consider adding a log store to their garden, and here are just a few reasons why. (more…)

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Alongside divorce and bereavement, moving house is often said to be one of the most stressful things that people can do. One of the worst things about relocating to a new home is having to pack up all your belongings. However, the following simple tips should help to make this mammoth task that little bit easier. (more…)

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