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4 Ways To Add Character To Your Home

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This is a collaborative post. If you live in a house in a city, then you may have noticed all the houses in your street looking identical. From the outside look to the actual interior layout. So how do you make your home stand out from your neighbours and have character? Pre-Owned Furniture A fun one to start off with …

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8 Top Tips on Preparing Your Garden for a House Viewing

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This is a collaborative post. When preparing your home for a house viewing, you might not consider sprucing up your garden, but this should be a real priority. Here’s how you can get it right… Preparing your home for house viewings so you can sell it quickly is part and parcel of selling up. After all, no one wants to …

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5 Practical Gadgets for a Pet-Friendly Home

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This is a collaborative post. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, more people are adopting new pets than ever before. It is vital that pet owners provide a pet-friendly home for their new friends to thrive in. You are probably already besotted with your new companion and have plans to spoil it rotten already. However, when it comes to safety and …

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Awesome Ways to Create a More Environmentally Friendly Garden

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This is a collaborative post. There’s a big push at the moment to be more environmentally friendly – to find ways to reduce waste, build more sustainable habits, and do our bit for the planet. At home, many of us are looking for ways to cut our use of disposables, use less energy, and be greener with our purchases and …

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4 Ways to Spruce Up Your Interiors Today

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This is a collaborative post. Not all interior designs will do it for you. Sprucing them up can fix that quickly and without too much effort involved. Here are 4 ways to revamp your interiors by putting a little careful thought into it. Upsize or Downsize the Furniture When moving into a new home, sometimes the furniture that we bring …

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Soji Towels: Self-Cleaning Towels for a More Eco-Friendly Bathroom

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This is a collaborative post. One of the most sustainable changes you can make in your home is to replace heavily washed items with antibacterial alternatives. Germ-killing utensils, linens and surfaces can help you massively reduce your water and electricity use, especially if you use appliances like washing machines and dishwashers. Recently, I was happy to replace my towels with …

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Signs You Need to Take Your Pet to the Vet

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This is a collaborative post. It’s wonderful to have a pet, as those who have chosen to allow an animal into their homes or yards will attest to. Whether you’ve gone down the traditional route of having a cat or dog or small caged creature, or you’ve decided on something a little different like chickens or snakes or an alpaca …

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15 Things To Consider When Buying A House In London

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This is a collaborative post. If you are looking to buy a house in London, you need to make sure that before making an offer, you are certain that the property will meet your needs and of course, not present you with any expensive problems when you move in. With this in mind, here are 15 things to consider when …

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How To Declutter Winter Stuff Painless

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This is a collaborative post. Cleaning up your home can have remarkable benefits especially when there’s plenty of free time. When you spend your time cleaning and being productive, you feel more fulfilled and accomplished. Having clutter filling up your house can be depressing and stressful. A cleaner space can improve your mental health. One of the best ways to …

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Your Guide To A Green Home

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This is a collaborative post. Having a house built is expensive, and having to do extra work to have a positive impact on the environment can make that price even more costly, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid it. Constructing a new house means you can have it built with renewable energy in mind, making it much easier for …