Archive for the ‘Green Furniture’ Category

How to Plan Your Perfect Kitchen Extension

Homeowners who are planning a kitchen extension can quickly become confused if they aren’t working to a well thought out plan. There are questions about whether there is a need for an architect or is advice from a builder enough?

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No need for flat-pack hell!

It’s not so bad putting a few small and simple items together, but try the bigger stuff like a chest of drawers, for example, or a large bookcase and you’ll be there for hours, cursing your luck and wondering why you ever went down this route.

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Four Things To Remember While Buying Office Furniture

Office environment should be lively as well as comfortable to ensure efficiency in work productivity of employees. Office furniture plays a very important role in enhancing productivity and keeping the employees fit, both physically and psychologically.

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Lofty Ideas

Many householders need more space but can’t afford to move house, or don’t want the financial risk. One option is to convert the space in your loft into habitable rooms. Doing so can add up to a third more usable floor area in a two-storey building, and nearly twice as much in a bungalow.

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Reduce your home’s CO2 emissions

There are many ways in which you can reduce the carbon dioxide emissions created by your home. Although it’s almost impossible to make your home carbon neutral, you can definitely reduce its energy consumption by making a few small adjustments to the way you live in it. Take for example, the tumble dryer. This is […]

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Bunk Beds’ Safety for Your Kids

Bunk beds could save some extra space in your kid’s room that you can transform into a play area. You may be thinking that this could be a simple project,

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