Five steps to Bathroom Remodeling on a Budget

By |2013-09-30T09:00:15+00:00September 30th, 2013|Design Ideas, Home Advice|

The author of this blog post – Rachael Jones – is a blogger for DIYMother, where women aren’t afraid to use power tools in a dress. When you think about owning a luxurious home, you probably think about an elegant kitchen with beautiful granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, a living room with elegant furniture

Your Guide to Creating a Sociable Kitchen

By |2013-07-31T12:34:30+00:00July 31st, 2013|Design Ideas, Home Advice|

A writer with a keen interest in design, Thomas Jones takes us through the crucial elements of developing a “sociable” kitchen. Whatever style and personality your home may possess, it is an undeniable fact that the kitchen is often the main hub of activity in any house. Therefore, the importance of having an area not

Finding the Right Worktop for Your Kitchen

By |2013-06-26T12:05:58+00:00June 26th, 2013|Design Ideas, Home Advice|

Mark Barry takes us through your options when it comes to selecting a Kitchen Worktop for your home. Undoubtedly, the task of choosing a kitchen worktop can be quite tricky. The most important elements that one should bear in mind are budget, practicality, durability and style. While granite may top your list, budgetary constraints may

Five Ways to Get More Space From Your Kitchen

By |2013-06-19T12:20:18+00:00June 19th, 2013|Design Ideas, Home Advice|

Brighton-based writer and journalist Alan Cairns takes us through the best ways to develop more room in the kitchen. It’s not unusual for people to want to de-clutter their home, to create more space and create a light, airy and open feel. It’s often in the kitchen that we struggle most to find new storage

Four Ways to Compliment Your Home on a Budget

By |2013-04-17T14:44:07+00:00April 17th, 2013|Design Ideas|

The following blog entry has been contributed to Finsa Home by Katie Sykes. Katie is an experienced copywriter and her bragging rights include having her work published in a fashion magazine. Putting that unique stamp on your home can be difficult and expensive. Ensuring that your personality flows through your home requires both time and

Six Steps to Modernising Your Kitchen

By |2013-03-25T09:34:40+00:00March 25th, 2013|Design Ideas|

This blog post has been contributed by Holly VicHammond, who is an Indianapolis native with a love for running and writing. When she isn’t training for her next race, you can find her blogging on behalf of Sears and other brands that she loves. No part of a home shows its age as much as

Summer DIY Renovation Ideas

By |2013-02-22T14:38:07+00:00February 22nd, 2013|Design Ideas|

While the summer may seem like a little while off yet (and the cold weather doesn’t particularly help), it’s important to start planning for your DIY renovations now. Nisha Kaushal from Loft Centre takes us through some DIY renovation ideas for the summer months. A perfect home improvement project for the summer is the renovation

Design tips for unusual kitchen spaces

By |2012-12-20T14:25:17+00:00December 20th, 2012|Design Ideas|

In many homes, the kitchen is the most important room of the entire house. It is somewhere to cook, eat and get together with family or friends. As houses come in all shapes and sizes, you may be faced with an awkward or unusual kitchen space that is hard to design or decorate. Therefore, those who want to