Five Ways to Airbnb your home!

Maximise your storage space with custom fitted wardrobes from DIY Homefit

Until fairly recently, few of us had heard of Airbnb. But for many people it is now the goto place when looking for accommodation. Whether you are looking for a home to rent, a room in someone else’s home, or a shared space, Airbnb can often help.

Easter Trees

Refurbish your home this Easter with custom fitted wardrobes from DIY Homefit

Who knew? It seems that we have only just got our homes back to normal after all the Christmas decorations. But now a new craze is upon us: Easter trees!

Slide or Swing?

The best traditional swing wardrobe doors and sliding wardrobe doors from DIY Homefit

No, we’re not talking about guitar technique or some new dance craze. We’re talking about wardrobe doors! But which are best? Traditional swing wardrobe doors or sliding wardrobe doors? Let’s look at three advantages of each:

The wonderful world of worktops

Top quality replacement worktops and

DIY kitchen units from DIY Homefit

In our last article we looked at various ways to update your kitchen without breaking the bank. One of the aspects we mentioned was replacing your kitchen worktops. In this article we are going to find out a bit more about how to do this and what kind of options are available.

Top 10 Tips that won’t break the bank!

Christmas and New Year are now but distant memories and spring is definitely in the air but not quite here just yet.

This “in between” time of year can be rather flat and many of us begin to feel restless. We want to make changes in our lives but are not quite sure where to start. Everything seems to be on hold.

One positive thing we can do at this time of year is to take a good look at our homes and decide on the improvements that we want to make this year. We can start to plan what to do when. Even just having these plans can make us feel better; make us feel that we are doing something, even though we haven’t actually started.

A box filled with love!

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching.

If you plan to do something special for your loved one this February 14th then why not make something with a difference?

We’ve noticed an increasing trend these days for gift boxes. Christmas saw a huge increase in popularity of the Christmas Eve box, with Hobbycraft – the UK’s largest craft retailer – reporting a 129% increase from the year before in items purchased to create these boxes.

How to keep your kitchen looking brand new!

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.

High Tech bedrooms

In today’s world technology is everywhere!

We rely increasingly so much on technology to manage different areas of our lives that it’s often hard to remember how we used to do things before all this technology was created.  Not only that, but new developments are happening all the time.    In today’s article we look at five of the latest techie gadgets for the bedroom:

New Year New Kitchen? NEW RANGE!

 

More and more of our customers are discovering

flat slab-front replacement kitchen doors

.   Flat slab-front doors provide a sharp and clean look which is ideal for those wanting an on-trend minimalistic look in their kitchen.

New Year New Kitchen?

 

So Christmas is over for another year.  How was it for you?

In the words of John Lennon, we hope it was a good one!

 

However, just before it’s all forgotten, it’s a really good idea to stop and think about how well everything worked this year and whether you would do anything differently next time.   For example, some of us would immediately say that next year they are definitely not going to leave so much till the last minute: others may say that yet again they bought far too much food despite worrying that there would not be enough.  How wonderful it would be if we could learn from this and make things easier for ourselves next Christmas!