The UK falls behind the rest of Europe when it comes to sales of dishwashers with only 3 out of 10 households owning a dishwasher compared to 7 out of 10 households over the rest of Europe.
Kitchens are the ‘heart’ of most modern homes and with the popularity of open plan living it is where we tend to spend our time interacting with family and friends, but it still needs to be functional.
This room is probably the most expensive to kit out and we want fitted units and trendy lighting and all the latest integrated time-saving, energy-saving appliances and gadgets. So how can you give your kitchen a facelift without breaking the bank? A few changes can make all the difference.
Are you all magnolia’d out? Are you fed up with TV shows telling you that you must have everything in shades of beige and taupe? Not sure what to do for the best? Lacking in confidence to stray away from what you know or have had previously? Then fear not – ‘grey’ is the solution to whatever colour scheme ails you!!
With the introduction of patterned or textured tiles a scheme can be lifted from ordinary to extraordinary. The most common are stripes, geometric, motifs and floral, waves and with the latest technology, pictures. Tiles can be effective in any room in a house, not just your bathroom and kitchen.
Spring is nature’s way of reminding us that every day is worth celebrating; it breathes new life into the world around us and most of us feel happier and more positive for the future. Have a ‘Spring Fling’ and bring it into your home.
Here are some great ideas to brighten up your kitchen and bathrooms this springtime.
Future proof your bathroom by turning it into a safe and accessible room without compromising on style.
Most people want to stay in their own homes but few are adapted well enough for people’s changing needs as they get older. Living in suitable housing can improve your health and well-being and help people to feel in control of their lives.