Instagram can be a great place to start when it comes to gaining some inspiration for your next interior design project but, with so many great profiles out there, how can you filter through them and find the very best accounts?
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Choosing which type of flooring is right for each room in your house usually comes down to the current style and the decor of the room. However, when choosing the flooring for your bathroom it’s important to consider other factors.
One of the most important factors to consider is how your choice of flooring will be affected by water. If you choose to lay the wrong type of flooring and moisture gets into the core this will have damaging effects on your floor and could become quite costly as it will need to be replaced. Alongside moisture, you need to think about the size of the room, slip resistance and sound absorbance.
When beginning your next kitchen project, you should consider the pros and cons of different types of worktops. Some kitchen worktop materials will be more suitable for your needs than others. In this guide, we take a look at the positives and negatives of each type to help you make the best choice.
Choosing the right flooring option for your home is a vital part of the makeover process and there’s lots of different options, with their own pros and cons, to consider.
Whether you’re renovating a new home or refurbishing your current living space for an updated look, wood flooring can make a huge difference. There are plenty of styles and designs on the market and, while choice is great, how do you choose which is best for you?
Luxury Vinyl Tiling (LVT) flooring uses 3D printing technology to create realistic designs that incredibly replicates the style of wood and stone but also offers its own benefits that make it a more practical choice of floor.
Here’s how we can help you to choose materials for your home that won’t crumble under pressure.
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