Everything You Need To Know When Choosing Glass Splashbacks
3 October 2018
Glass splashbacks are being preferred nowadays by most people. The reasons they are preferred is that glass splashbacks:
Make a place look attractive and classy. Are easy to wash and maintain. In most cases, you just have to use a clean piece of cloth to clean the splashbacks. This takes a short period of time. Cannot accumulate mould because they do not provide the conditions for them to grow, unlike other materials where you will find an accumulation of this growth.
3 Creative Ways To Use Glass Splashbacks To Modernise An Older Kitchen
8 September 2018
Kitchens are one of the most frequently used and important rooms of the home. They're the central hub for family time and socialisation as well as cooking and eating. Unfortunately, they're also one of the rooms that shows its age the fastest and yours may be looking a little dated and dowdy if you haven't renovated it for several years.
Luckily, you don't need to do an extensive or expensive renovation project to give your kitchen a modern facelift.
4 Features You'll Regret Not Including in Your Next Patio Project
6 July 2018
The features of a patio are particularly important, as it's often the only room in a house where family and visitors will go to talk where there is no television, so they can't help but look around during a break in conversation. With so many beautiful patio pictures filling magazines and websites, it can be hard to choose what exactly you want from such a large variety of options. However, there are some things which, if you forget, will leave you kicking yourself.
Are Plywood Panels the Ideal Alternative to Bathroom Tiles?
30 May 2018
Tiling may be the traditional way to finish off bathroom walls, but this doesn't mean that all bathrooms must have tiles. Some people simply don't like the way tiles look and would prefer a more individual design; others find that looking after tiles and the grout that holds them together is just too much of a hassle. If you're looking for an alternative to bathroom tiles, then how about plywood panels?