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BACKSPLASH LOVE this glossy colored tile brings just the right pop to the kitchen. kinda retro no?

All Stone Tiles & Natural Stone Flooring | Mandarin Stone

View all stone tiles and flooring available at Mandarin Stone including marble, limestone, slate, travertine & more. For both residential & commercial projects.

A total control AGA is the centre piece of this kitchen complimented by a substantial island topped with Carrara marble.

Brook Green Traditional Kitchen

A total control AGA is the centre piece of this kitchen complimented by a substantial island topped with Carrara marble.

Easy Cake Decorating Ideas That Require NO Skill! | Brownie Bites | Tales, Trips, Tastes, and Tinkers

Easy Cake Decorating Ideas That Require NO Skill! - Brownie Bites Blog

Let’s face it, decorating a cake is not always easy, so sometimes having a few shortcuts up our sleeves can be a lifesaver when you need to present an attractive cake but lack the skills to do something too elaborate. These easy birthday cakes are practically no fail, and someone with very little to no...Read More »

Top Rabbit-Resistant Plants: Peony | Peonies are as rabbit-resistant as they are beautiful. These long-lived perennials are tough, too -- as long as you stake up their heavy late springtime flowers to keep them from spilling on the ground after a heavy rain. Name: Paeonia varieties Growing conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Height: 2-7 feet tall, depending on variety Zones: 3-8, depending on variety

19 Beautiful Plants That Rabbits Don't Like

Like people, different rabbits have different favorite foods. Also like people, when rabbits are hungry enough, they'll eat just about anything. So while few plants are truly rabbit-resistant, these varieties are lower down on the menu.

The Best Paint Colors: 10 Farrow & Ball Not-Boring Neutrals Pink as neutral? Believe it. Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground, a pale, dusty pink, is the perfect backdrop for other, bolder hues.

The Best Paint Colors: 10 Farrow & Ball Not-Boring Neutrals

When you think of neutral paint colors, it may conjure up images of plain whites or boring beiges. But British paint purveyors Farrow & Ball have a whole slew of ‘neutrals’ — colors that will play well with others, and serve as a backdrop for other tints in the room — that are anything but boring. Here are ten of our favorites. Above: Pink as neutral? Believe it. Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground, a pale, dusty pink, is the perfect backdrop for other, bolder hues.

DIY Upholstered Ottoman

15 Easy And Creative DIY Furniture Hacks That Will Blow Your Mind

DIY Upholstered Ottoman

I love the floor to ceiling cabinets - great alternative to a true pantry.

Top 25 Must See Kitchens on Pinterest

I love the floor to ceiling cabinets - great alternative to a true pantry.

Mars Bar Cake 2

Mars Bar Cake

Don’t skip by this, thinking that it’s only for children. It’s most definitely not. Of course, children love it, but so does every grown-up I’ve ever given it too. This is a…

5 Simple Table Settings Using Greens & Candles

5 Simple Table Settings Using Greens & Candles

Are you hosting a special dinner this winter season? My favorite way to dress up a table is with some simple greens and plenty of candles. You can use clippings from your yard and your holiday tree; you can even use herbs from your kitchen if you have an over abundance. Here are five lovely arrangements to get you inspired.

Soft Satin, such as Hare by Crown Paint, is an elegant, delicate hue that brings subtle sophistication to a scheme. It’s a pale shade that has a warm tone, so is great for small rooms that need a hint of colour without overpowering the space. It’s cosy for winter but also bright and optimistic, perfect for a revamp in Spring. Match walls in this shade with a toning off-white for woodwork and pick out architecture, such as a wooden fire surround or door, in a toning shade of grey.

Colour of the week

Soft Satin, such as Hare by Crown Paint, is an elegant, delicate hue that brings subtle sophistication to a scheme. It’s a pale shade that has a warm tone, so is great for small rooms that need a hint of colour without overpowering the space. It’s cosy for winter but also bright and optimistic, perfect for a revamp in Spring. Match walls in this shade with a toning off-white for woodwork and pick out architecture, such as a wooden fire surround or door, in a toning shade of grey.