Wooden doors had a good run. Durable, strong and available in a range of styles, wooden doors really did a sterling job. But, on the other hand, they did require a fair bit of maintenance, whether that was varnishing, repainting, sanding or cleaning; wooden doors took a solid amount of TLC to keep them looking good.
A run-down garden will not only reflect badly on the rest of your property, no matter how well that may be maintained, but will also not be the pleasant, relaxing space it is meant to be. It is relatively easy to spruce up your garden, and the costs are usually minimal. Your garden can be made to look great over the course of a weekend, and the benefits for you and your guests will be enormous.
Whatever your style, the lounge is often said to be the heart of a home. It should be a cosy, inviting place where you can sit back and relax, whether it is with a welcoming fireplace and comfortable armchairs and sofas, a shabby chic feel, or a minimalist style warmed up with a sheepskin rug or two.
Clean, clutter-free expanses and elegant groups of paintings and other decorations fill the pages of magazines. Who wouldn’t love to have their home redesigned by a professional, creating a beautiful living space as seen on commercials and in those magazines? Unfortunately, most individuals cannot afford to employ a pricey design expert, or replace all the furniture, pictures and curtains. So, how can the average homeowner make their living space more attractive while working within a budget?