2020

When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

How Will Installing a Shade Sail Benefit Your Lifestyle?

14 March 2020
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

There are plenty of good reasons to fit shade sails in your home. They add value to a property when they are installed by professionals, for instance. Although these devices are probably more associated with public spaces, such as children's playgrounds and schools, they make for elegant additions to any residential property. If you are thinking about the benefits of a shade sail installation at home, then you should always consider the changes to your lifestyle they will afford. Read More …

3 Top Cabinet Designs for Hamptons-Style Kitchen

23 January 2020
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

In most kitchens, the cabinetry serves the essential function of storing utensils and cutlery. However, in a Hamptons-style kitchen, the cabinetry is considered more than just storage space. With the right approach, the cabinetry design for a Hamptons-style kitchen can help the homeowner achieve their aesthetic goals. The best part is that the cabinetry of a Hamptons-style kitchen is customisable, and therefore it doesn't matter whether it is a modern home or not. Read More …

Two ways to maximise space in your home’s small rooms

7 January 2020
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If there are a few rooms in your home that are frustratingly small in size, here are two tips that you could use to maximise the space in these areas. Remove the wall radiators and fit floor heating in these rooms If you have radiators attached to the walls of these compact rooms, you might want to get them removed and have floor heating installed instead. The reason for this is that most radiators are quite bulky and protrude out from the walls that they're attached to, which results in them consuming the scant amount of free space that is usually available in a small-sized room. Read More …

About Me
Creating A Kitchen You Love On A Budget

When I bought my current home it was definitely what would be described as a fixer upper. I had to completely remodel the kitchen, which wasn't much more than a shell when I moved in, but I was on a tight budget. I started learning how to do the essential work that was involved, such as installing kitchen cabinets, replacing the sink, tiling and laying wood flooring, and I felt such a strong sense of accomplishment when the work was done and I had a beautiful kitchen for a fraction of the price it would have cost to pay a professional kitchen fitter. I started this blog to share what I learned and exchange tips with other home improvement enthusiasts. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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