So you’ve just had a brand new kitchen and you’re delighted with it!
You spend ages in there just admiring how it looks and how fresh and clean it all is. But how on earth are you going to keep it looking like that? Here are our Top Ten Tips for keeping your kitchen looking brand new.
Many of us who did would have come up with something like the image below. The square shape, windows, red door and chimney all look familiar! How lovely it would be now to be able to design and build our own house!
Our recent DIY Homefit blog on Five things to do with an old kitchen cupboard sparked a lot of interest, so we have decided to do a regular monthly feature on the topic of upcycling. These days many of us are interested in upcycling, both as a means of economising and spending less, and also to reduce our carbon footprint.
Here we go again! Another round of Britain’s Got Talent hits our screens and it seems the nation divides into two camps – love it or hate it – with perhaps an additional small minority who haven’t a clue about the very existence of “BGT”!
As you are aware, DIY Homefit supplies bespoke furniture to fit your home. Our specialisms are kitchen cupboard replacement and designer wardrobe solutions … but the story doesn’t end there! In this article we take a look at some other areas of the home where you can use our products effectively.
At last the mornings are getting lighter and the spring sun is beginning to stream through our windows. This can fill us with a renewed sense of optimism and determination. (Yes and also one of shame as all the dirty streaks on the windows are shown in their full glory!) It can set us thinking about the home improvements we want to do this year and makes us want to get on with things.
In this article we give you our Top Ten Tips for keeping your bespoke furniture in tip top condition. There’s no point spending time and effort on a kitchen refurbishment if you don’t then take good care of it afterwards.
Space is so topical at the moment! With the untimely death of David Bowie fresh in our minds, we have also been following the progress of British astronaut Tim Peake as he attempted to spacewalk from the International Space Station. The first attempt was aborted on the orders of Ground Control after a water bubble was noticed in the helmet of Tim’s colleague Tim Kopra.