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A More Eco-Friendly Garden: 4 Steps

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Being green and the garden seems to go together logically. Unfortunately, when we take a closer look at our outdoor spaces, many are not as eco-friendly as they could be. Happily, it’s not that hard to make some changes to rectify this and ensure that our gardens are not only green in colour, but in spirit as well. A topic …

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How to Make your Garden More Manageable

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This is a sponsored post. If you consider looking after your garden to be something of a chore then you may need to make a few changes to it. Websites such as Dino Composite Decking offer some good solutions but before we delve into them lets take a look at other ideas. Reducing the Size of your Borders Reducing the …

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Small Garden, Big Character

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Just because a garden is small doesn’t mean it has to lack charm or character. Quite often, the intimacy of a smaller space can mean the opposite. However, in order to maximise the space available, you need to understand what you want to get from your garden. Are you a keen gardener that wants to maintain and potter throughout the …

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Summer Interior Design Tips

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If you’re already getting excited about Summer and everything it brings, you’ll probably be thinking about your interior design. The arrival of Summer changes everything and that includes the way you use your home. You’ll probably spend more time in the garden, you’ll have the windows and doors open and you’ll have more light to make use of. So, if …

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House Goals: Have You Chosen Yours?

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When you first start to think about the idea of house goals, it’s easy to see why people immediately think of big, gorgeous, grandiose houses. Thanks to social media and millennial lingo, this phrase has definitely taken on a new lease of life. However, it doesn’t have to mean the ultimate goal or an image of the best home. Because …

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Tips On Saving Money When Comparing Broadband And TV Deals

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The average broadband and TV contracts are set for generally 12, 18 or 24 months, sometimes less so it’s definitely worth looking into switching every now and then around the end of the contracted period. My first important advice is that always remember when the contract runs out, or set yourself a notification as if you don’t switch at that …

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5 Reasons Why To Build A Garden Room

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This is a collaborative post. As long as you have some free space in the garden – and the small garden rooms really are not taking up so much space – you should build one. In fact, they provide you with a very useful and structured indoor space on your property but still separated form the living space of the …

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3 Benefits of Home Automation

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With advancements in modern technology, our lives are becoming increasingly more straightforward. Home automation, for instance, gives us far more control over our homes and, in turn, our lives and it’s not even that unreasonably priced. But what actually is home automation? Essentially, home automation products are gadgets that allow a user to access or control certain features of their …

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Planning for Spring: Your Vegetable Garden

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In an age where bloggers tell us that organic, local grown produce is the gold standard for fruit and vegetables, now is the time to start preparing your garden ready for an abundance of homegrown goodies. If winter was the time to wrap up warm and stay inside, then the promised warmer weather means it’s time to prepare beds and get …

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Home Helps

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You’ve signed on the dotted line and there really is no going back now. When you’re preparing to move home, the build up can be fraught and for children especially, the days and weeks can be a confusing time. When you’re juggling family life, the paperwork and the logistics of moving, the last thing you need are any hidden horrors …