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  • 03.03.17 Posted By Handle King
    Utilising Space

    We all have a ‘Box Room’ within our homes, but how does one best utilise this space to ensure it remains a calm and uncluttered haven? Of course, each household has a different use for their spare room. Most commonly the box room is intended to be a home office or a bedroom, but for many households this room ends up being used as an additional storage space. We believe that your spare room can be used exactly how you intend and still offer you the extra space you need to store all of your additional items.

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  • 28.02.17 Posted By Handle King
    Monochrome Madness

    Super sleek and ultra-modern monochrome is back! The fabulous thing about this trend is that it is can be as subtle or as striking as you like and is relatively inexpensive to achieve. It is a fantastic way to add a modern twist to a tudor-style home by accentuating its dark beams and striking window frames, but you can also create this look in a modern home. Check out our top tips below for idea’s on how to design your perfect monochrome home.

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  • 22.02.17 Posted By Handle King
    How to Furnish a Galley Kitchen

    Galley kitchens can offer a fantastic amount of work surface space making them ideal for the keen cook, but with limited floor space you need to consider the overall design of your room carefully to ensure your kitchen does not end up feeling claustrophobic and enclosed.

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  • 30.11.16 Posted By Handle King
    Embrace the Winter Hygge

    Hygge is a Scandinavian concept which is currently trending across the globe. The meaning of Hygge is 'cosy' and the idea behind this phenomenon is to promote emotional wellbeing in our daily lives by spending precious time with friends and family in warm & comfortable surroundings. With loved ones no doubt scheduled to visit over the festive period, what a perfect time of year it is to embrace the winter Hygge! So here are a few ideas to inspire your own Hygge this winter.

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  • 28.11.16 Posted By Handle King
    Get the Art Deco Look

    With Art Deco having recently made a swift come back, what can we do to introduce this high fashion look into our own homes? The Art Deco movement was founded in Paris in the earliest 20th century and quickly spread in popularity. It has also maintained a high level of popularity across the globe for many years since. Art Deco is characteristically comprised of bold geometric designs married with the vibrant colours we often associate with the continent.

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  • 04.11.16 Posted By Handle King
    Home Improvements add Value

    Copper has become a popular choice for statement accessories in transitional interiors, but what is the most effective way to display copper in our homes? Typically, copper accessories are used to compliment the exposed copper rafters and piping we often associate with an industrial property. Its bold, rose golden colour also works well in this setting as it adds a sense of warmth to your space. Here are our top three tips for introducing copper accessories into your home.

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  • 27.10.16 Posted By Handle King
    Home Improvements add Value

    Thinking of selling your home, but don’t think you have maximised the potential value? Here are 5 helpful tips to modernise your home. Repaint the walls and doors in a neutral colour to create a blank canvas for your buyers and create the illusion of a larger room. Sometimes, buyers can find it difficult to visualise themselves in your space. By neutralising your home and removing your personal touch, buyers may find it easier to imagine how they could use the space and how they could best configure it for their own family. To add a modern twist you may also like to consider fitting new internal door handles.

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  • 04.02.16 Posted By Handle King
    Leap into Home Improvements

    With leap year coming around just once every four years, it’s not very often we get to decide what to do with and how to make the extra day memorable. We decided to have a look at this topic and discovered that whilst some of us will be involved in unusual and crazy activities, others holding parties to celebrate or spending an extra evening with friends and family, many more of us leap into home improvements ready for when spring arrives. We’ve put together a short list of cheap, easy and effective DIY home improvements for you and your home to take a leap this February, keep reading for five ideas on home improvements that will transform your home, adding value and style in no time at all.

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  • 30.09.15 Posted By Handle King
    How to Fit a Door Frame Level and Square

    Perhaps we should have written this article sooner, but seen as we haven’t it’s about time we did! When it comes to fitting door frames in a newly built property or when replacing existing frames, it’s crucial to install them perfectly level and square so that when it comes to hanging the interior doors and fitting interior door handles you end up with a faultless doorway. At the same time as ensuring that the door frame is fitted level and square it is also important to make sure that the left and right trims of the frame are running perfectly parallel with each other so that you don’t end up with doors that when closed the bottom reaches the frame before the top, or the other way round. Door latches and door locks that don’t locate the strike plate are another common issue caused with frames that are unsquared.

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  • 28.09.15 Posted By Handle King
    How to Saw Kitchen Worktops

    If you’ve read our article on choosing kitchen cupboard handles then rejuvenating your kitchen cupboards and replacing your chrome door handles is hopefully complete. Now it’s time to take on the dreaded job of sawing the kitchen worktop to size, which seems to worry most DIY enthusiasts and even kitchen fitters more so than other jobs. Perhaps this is because of the cost of kitchen worktops or maybe because worktops are so visible that even the slightest of mistakes will show, but as long as you have the correct tools to hand, measure and check your measurements and mark lines at least twice before cutting, then sawing a kitchen worktop will be a breeze.

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