Month: October 2017

Replace your kitchen doors with style


If you are thinking about redoing your kitchen this autumn then one option you really do need to look at is replacement kitchen doors.


If you are happy with the basic layout of your kitchen, and the internal quality and structure of your kitchen units are sound, then why throw money away by replacing them?  A much more cost-effective solution would be replacement kitchen doors.

Chic but not too shabby!

Many of us love the shabby chic look.

Done well, it can transform almost any piece of furniture from old and worn to refreshing and on trend.  But when not done well, it can look just like a rather badly painted piece of old worn furniture!

Brighten up your bedroom this autumn

If your bedroom needs a facelift then one very effective way to do this is to replace your wardrobe doors.

This is quicker and easier than a complete refit, and much more economic.  Our comprehensive range of replacement wardrobe doors at DIY Homefit can totally transform your bedroom.  

Transform your kitchen in time for Christmas!

Oh we’re sorry to mention the C word so soon!!

But we’re in good company:this year the prestigious London store Selfridges opened its Christmas store on 31st July – 147 days ahead of the big day!

Selfridges’ rationale for doing this is because they are “ a real destination for fans of Christmas and festive decorations within and outside the UK. Some customers return to us year after year, excited at the prospect of discovering the new ranges and adding to their collections. We have so many customers visiting from all over the world, eager to snap up festive decorations and souvenirs on their London summer holidays which they can’t buy at home.”

Seven Spectacular Storage Solutions for Autumn

Autumn is always a time of change…

Between the start of the new school year in September and the start of the calendar new year in January there are all kinds of other changes to contend with.   Nights grow darker, the weather gets colder, and even the clocks go back an hour in silent protest.  Seasonal festivities abound, and there is a general feeling throughout autumn of hunkering down ready for winter.