Inspirational Ideas For Your Home and Garden

Luxury Features You'll Want in Your New Custom Home

Working with a custom home builder means being able to pick and choose all the luxury features you'll want in your new home, creating a space that fits your personality and needs. While features like marble countertops and a built-in home theatre have become somewhat standard in homes today, you might note some additional luxury features you may want in your new home, so you can discuss these with your builder as needed.   Read More...

5 Effective Ways of Utilising Space in Your Kitchen

Kitchens are a well-used area of the house and need to be kept organised all the time. You must find the best possible ways to arrange utensils and other cooking materials so that space usage is maximised. It is important that you should able to move in the kitchen freely while you are cooking. This will not only help you to avoid accidents but also make moving items in and out of the kitchen easy.   Read More...

2 Simple Ways To Make A Dark And Drab Old Staircase Look Bright And Modern

If you own a house that has more than one level, then a staircase is an essential feature. Staircases may not be the most glamorous part of your home but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't put some serious thought and effort into making it as attractive as possible. One of the most common issues that people with older homes face with their staircase is that they're dark, dull and feel boxed in.   Read More...

Gutter Turn Garden: Gutter Protection Guidelines to Help You Keep Flora off Your Gutters

If you notice plants crawling out of your gutter, then be wary of an imminent gutter blockage. Even worse, your gutter may succumb to the weight of plant growth and break off or sag outwards. Preventing growth of flora in your gutter system will prolong the lifespan of the system and maintain its efficiency in the long-run. Remember that flora growth in the gutter is a result of many things, including non-obvious reasons.   Read More...

Should You Clean Your Home's Carpets Yourself?

Your home's carpets should be cleaned on a regular basis, not just to make them look better, but to also preserve the life of the fibres. Built-up, ground-in mud, dust, pet hair, and other dirt that is not removed on a regular basis can flatten carpet fibres so severely that they are eventually ruined, and the carpet then needs replacing. Cleaning carpets regularly, however, can prevent this, and ensure those fibres are strong and in good condition, so the carpeting itself lasts longer over time.   Read More...