Home & Garden
Some energy-saving measures, such as installing ceiling insulation or double glazing, require time and money. But there are simple things, too, that anyone can do and which will save rather than cost you money. ...Read More..
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|Finishing touches for furniture NEWLacquer, polyurethane and varnish are all readily available in satin, semi-gloss and gloss – but as ...|
|5 Rules for Fixing FurnitureNEWNot sure where to start when fixing furniture? Let us show you the way -|
|22 Ways to Use Tea for Beauty, Home and Garden72|
This antioxidant-rich item does more than brew up a good beverage. See what else tea is capable of!
|5 Home Design Ideas 67|
5 helpful design tips to turn your house into a home.
|7 smart storage and organisation ideas55|
Here are some creative ways to control clutter by using things you already have, such as old suitcases, cardboard boxes and coat hangers.
|How to keep house plants alive51|
Houseplants need careful attention, but if you look after them they could reward your investment with years of attractive, healthy growth.
|Digging a vegetable plot49||5 simple home decoration and design ideas39|
If you are looking to revamp your home without doing major renovations, we have these simple home decorating and design ideas to help freshen up your home.
|11 Home and Beauty Uses for Mayonnaise36|
Here are 11 ways to use a spread that does more than make a good sandwich
|19 Things Your Burglar Won’t Tell You33|
Former burglar Bob Turney shares some invaluable advice on how to protect your home against theft
|7 Surprising Fertilizers for Your Garden33|
Feeding your plants shouldn’t mean buying a plastic container full of synthetic fertilizer. Often, you can feed your garden with what you have around your home. And with these fertilizers, you’re often reusing or recycling some old product to help your garden, making you even greener. Here are seven ways to do just that:
|Tips for caring for indoor plants29|
Indoor plants help lower carbon dioxide levels and reduce airborne pollutants.
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