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Cheese Board and Knife Set from VonShef Review and Giveaway

In Foodie Me, Giveaways, Home and Garden, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com17 Comments

I *might* have mentioned, that I love dinner parties! I love hosting them too, not just attending one, in fact I probably prefer hosting.  Love having friends over and chatting away whilst having a nice meal, good wine. The company that matters, they say, but I adore the old fashioned side of dinner parties too: getting dressed up, getting the …

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7 Ideas How to Mix Vintage and Modern in Your Home Decor

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It is not uncommon to have a random and eclectic mix of home decor items that we collected throughout the years. They carry an emotional value most of the time: grandma’s dressing table, dad’s book case and so on. Plus, the things that bought over the years, mostly new, modern and generally objects and furniture representing our very own taste. …

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Getting Your House Painted By A Pro

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There comes a time when the outside of your home starts to look drab and neglected, and the best course of action to counter this is to get out the paint and give the exterior of your home a makeover. You can find lots of advice on the internet such as the Readers Digest website that offers tips and advice …

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5 Tips To Make Your Bathroom More Warm And Light In Winter

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Warmth and light. Two things that most of us crave in the colder months, particularly in the place we spend a lot of time hiding from the stormy weather: our homes. In the UK, we do have it easier than Scandinavian countries who in January only get light between 8.47am and 2.55pm and definitely easier than Iceland who get a …

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My New Favourite Interior Picks: Falling In Love With Pretty Metallics And Navy

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We have just done quite a bit of a renovation jobs done on our home: the entire bathroom, re-tiling the kitchen floor and walls as well as getting a new work top. A lovely dark grey stone one – never ever wooden work top again, that was a huge mistake we made about 4 years ago. there we go, it was …

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How To Give Your Home A Style Refresh With New Curtains

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One of the easiest and most stylish way to refresh a rooms is to get new curtains. Especially when the season changes like now, at the beginning of autumn, it’s a great way to give your rooms a refreshed look. Curtains will make the room  – every interior designer will agree on this, they are a statement piece which are …

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5 Ways To Get Cosier This Winter

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With the remnants of summer fading fast, we really should start thinking about that cold weather. Winter? Why are we talking about winter already?! It seems only yesterday we were basking in the sun’s rays and sizzling those burgers on the barbeque. Despite some of us loving everything that winter brings, whether that be the magical, festive feeling of Christmas …

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Why is Underfloor Heating the Better Option for Your Home?

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Why is Underfloor Heating the Better Option for Your Home?  It seems like the fantastic weather we enjoyed over the summer is fading into a distant memory, as the temperatures have dropped and the nights are getting dark earlier. It was nice whilst it lasted but now we have got to that stage of the year where it is time …

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Moving House? Here’s How To Hire A Man And Van

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When you’re moving house, there’s a lot to take care of and all can be a bit daunting. But by breaking it down the process to smaller chunks, it will help you to manage better. I have been always a great believer of hiring professional services instead of trying to do something on my own, when I have no expertise …

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5 Top Lazy Gardening Tips – Lovely Garden With Little Effort

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Everyone wants a great, lush garden with their favourite plants where they can relax and the children can play. My dad is a garden enthusiast, he has a garden others would die for with a great, decades old walnut tree housing the grandchildren’s swings. With rose bushes, lavender and neatly cut shrubs. He even managed to tucke away a little …