Designs Ideas for Kitchens

By Martin Hart on Thu 11 February 2021

The kitchen is one of the most dynamic rooms in the house, and one we use the most frequently. People want their kitchens to not only look great but be incredibly functional, ideal for cooking and serving food while keeping everything well organised.

Brighten Up Your Home with Lighting This Winter

By Martin Hart on Fri 13 November 2020

As we head into winter, the shorter days and longer nights are going to mean that your home is left in the dark. Too many dark hours can negatively impact sleep schedules and our general well-being, so it’s important to make sure you don’t come home to a poorly lit, dark house.


Fortunately, there are plenty of tips and tricks that you can do with lighting to boost the brightness in your home and banish those winter blues. Here's a look at some of the ways you can accomplish this.

Most Common Kitchen DIY Issues and Their Fixes

By Martin Hart on Sun 18 October 2020


As kitchen units age, they become more susceptible to breakdown. When faced with these issues, homeowners face two choices:

  • Buy new
  • DIY

DIY jobs can save you a lot of money if you know what you are doing and put in the research, but a botched job could worsen the situation. In this article, we are going to focus on the most common kitchen issues and how you can fix them using our products and expertise.

Why You Should Get Your Property Ready for Winter

By Martin Hart on Sun 18 October 2020


When we think of the ultimate DIY dream, we imagine a hot day in summer with a cool breeze and cooler drinks. We imagine a great time that ends with a sense of pride and accomplishment.

DIY in the winter, however, is a different ballgame. Returning home from work in the dark to a job half-done is not what anyone wants to see. Therefore, we recommend taking the bull by the horns while it is still bright outside.

In this article, we are recommending some of the most important DIY jobs for you to check up on so that you can settle in for a cosy, care-free winter this year.

How To Stay Safe While Carrying Out DIY Projects

By Martin Hart on Thu 27 August 2020


With more people than ever spending an extended amount of time in their homes, chances are there are a lot more DIY projects taking place right now. You yourself might be thinking about putting up a new shelf, replacing the wallpaper or even building an entire shed for your back garden.

DIY Frequently Asked Questions

By Martin Hart on Wed 29 July 2020


Undertaking some DIY in the home doesn’t have to be daunting. With countless videos online showing you exactly what to do, it has never been easier to take on some DIY projects to get those home improvements you’re looking for on a budget.


Your Summer DIY Checklist

By Martin Hart on Wed 01 July 2020


The summer has always been the perfect season to tackle those at-home DIY projects that you’ve been putting off. This year has been an especially great time to get started, given so many of us are no doubt spending more time at home. If you’ve been putting off tackling those DIY projects around the house, now is the ideal time to get started.

Battle of the Units: Pull Out vs. Cupboards

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

Kicking off the New Year we have an epic battle of the household units!

Eliminate Chills with Small Renovations

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

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Your space may be kitted out with all the home comforts and mod cons, but if there’s a chill in the air due to poor insulation then this can be the source of most of your discomfort. But the lack of heat doesn’t just take a toll on your well-being, it’s a major waste of money and energy.

The Best Tap to Match Your Bathroom

By Martin Hart on Fri 06 March 2020

The finishing touches are amongst those details you should never overlook, independently of what you're doing. So why should bathrooms be any different? Taps can elevate the bathroom's design, so it's important that you choose them with the overall look in mind.


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