Carpets | Plain, Patterned and Bespoke Flooring | Glenearn Flooring
View our fantastic range of quality carpets. Glenearn's expert flooring team will help you choose the right carpet for your home and budget.
Renovatingno16 on Instagram: “The heart of our home 💗 I couldn’t be happier with this room, all I need now is a new table, blinds and bar stools! #lovemyrenovation…”
Renovatingno16 posted on Instagram: “The heart of our home 💗 I couldn’t be happier with this room, all I need now is a new table, blinds…” • See all of @renovatingno16's photos and videos on their profile.
@plusrooms shared a photo on Instagram: “By extending into the side return and separately out to the rear breaks up the living and dining space into more distinctive zones.” • Oct 24, 2018 at 10:55am UTC
391 Likes, 24 Comments - Plus Rooms | Home Extensions (@plusrooms) on Instagram: “By extending into the side return and separately out to the rear breaks up the living and dining…”
Live in a Victorian terrace?
These terraced house design ideas offer flexibility and variety. Get an idea of what can be achieved with our pick of amazing transformations
Creating a Welcoming Hallway - JESSICA ELIZABETH INTERIORS
Ahh, hallways… Internally the first area that you’re greeted with that ultimately should create an unforgettable first impression. Unfortunately though, these often forgotten spaces quickly become messy thoroughfares and a dumping ground for coats and shoes. They should be warm and welcoming atmospheres… Creating a welcoming entrance hall can be tricky, especially if your space […]
Kitchen ideas, designs, trends, pictures and inspiration for 2019 | Ideal Home
Kitchen design ideas for your next project. We have all the kitchen planning inspiration you need for the heart of your home, whatever your style and budget
Cottage bedroom with gray shiplap vaulted ceiling features two oak wood beams and a small candelabra chandelier over a gray wood bed.
Real home: a Victorian house extended up and out
The Victorian terraced property that Matt Newman and Michelle Cox bought in 2009 was ideal for a young couple. Fast-forward a few years, however, and the three-bedroom house had begun to feel less practical as the family grew from two to three with the arrival of baby Isla.‘It had taken us a while to find somewhere affordable in the right location in London, and we didn’t want to move again,’ recalls Matt. ‘In any case, we loved the house. When we first viewed it, we really fell for the…