If you have pets at home it’s important to choose a pet-friendly flooring option. But which flooring is best-suited to those furry friends?
What are the main benefits to be had from undertaking home improvements?
There are a whole host of eco-friendly home upgrades you can make to ensure your home is as sustainable as possible
Navigate the world of underfloor heating with our comprehensive guide. Explore the best flooring choices for thermal efficiency, aesthetics, sustainability, and value.
Choosing the right flooring for your home can be overwhelming given the number of options on the market. In this post we take a look a cork flooring and all the benefits it can offer.
Choosing skirting boards for your home can be overwhelming due to the plentiful options. We break it down to help you decide what’s best.
Waterproof carpet vs stainfree carpet. What’s the difference between the two and which one should you choose for your home?
Simon Goff, founder of Floor_Story, tells us how he got involved with selling designer rugs and how he has grown the business by working with up-and-coming and established designers.
Spending more time at home during lockdown gave me ample time to pinpoint my top five home improvement jobs that need doing.
Using reclaimed or antique tiles in your home renovation project offers many benefits from practicality, durability and versatility to craftsmanship, aesthetics and a unique history.
The Colour Flooring Company has launched a brand new range of sustainable, waterproof cork flooring in six beautiful finishes.
Following Milan Design Week, I spotted a distinct trend for unusual shaped rugs. It would appear that rugs don’t just come in standard rectangle or circular shapes anymore.
Choosing flooring is always difficult but I’ve rounded up some of this year’s top flooring trends to help you.
The new Amazonia collection of botanical ceramic tiles from CTD Architectural Tiles will bring your interior design project to life.
Any of my friends and long-time blog readers will know that what I love most about design writing, whether that’s blogging or writing for magazines, is the story behind the projects and products that I feature. I love interviewing designers and finding out about their inspiration, their background and their journey so far. I also
You may have noticed from quite a few of my product round-up posts that I’ve always been a bit of a fan of MADE.COM (affiliate). Ever since I first discovered MADE.COM back in 2010 and interviewed their co-founder Ning Lee in 2011, I have been a big fan of the company and the products that
Ever since I was a teenager, Grand Designs was one of my favourite TV programmes. Even before I got into interiors or ever considered it as a career I was obsessed with watching Kevin McCloud help all those adventurous self-builders construct their dream homes. I myself would spend many hours dreaming of the day when
As you know, I’m having a flooring dilemma in my kitchen. The tiles need replacing so I’ve been doing a bit of research to find out what we should replace them with. I don’t think I want to go for tiles again as they are quite cold and we don’t have underfloor heating. So I’ve
You’re probably sick of hearing about how much I hate the floor in our kitchen. I wrote about it in this post and in this post. It will be quite a big job to get it fixed so I’ve been putting it off…for years. It really does need tackling though so I’ve always got my eye
Tiles are one of my favourite interior products and I’ve always had a little bit of a love affair with them. They have come so far over the past few years thanks to technological advances and the effects that can be created these days are just so exciting. We are now seeing tiles of all
A couple of months ago, we got a professional company in to clean the carpets at work. Both my bosses regularly bring their dogs in to work and with moderate foot fall through the building, the carpets were starting to look really rather filthy. It didn’t help that the carpets were fairly poor quality to
With many homeowners now considering improving their property, rather than buying a new one, we look at 5 key ways to add value to your home
I am so excited to share today’s post with you guys! Just after Christmas my husband and I decided that it was time to do a mini livingroom makeover. I say mini makeover as it was actually the first room we tackled when we moved in back in 2013 so it didn’t need much doing
Remember last year when I wrote about my kitchen makeover? Yeah well, we’re still no further along. For one reason or another it kept getting put on the back burner, but we’re hoping to forge ahead with it this spring and finally get it all sorted. It is so long overdue.