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Enhancing Your Bathroom With the Perfect Cheap Bath Choice
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On Telecommuting From the Bottom of My Garden
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Add Some Fire to Your Life
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Protecting Your Kitchen Worktop
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How To Rearrange Your Lounge

How to Install a Bathroom Vanity

  in  The Bathroom
If you've found the perfect vanity for your bathroom at your local bathroom supplies store, save some money and complete the installation yourself. If you follow these simple instructions, you can make installing bathroom vanity fast and simple.

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How to Install a Raised Bath

  in  The Bathroom
Thinking of installing a bathtub in your new bathroom? Utilising basic woodworking skills and some common power tools, you can save costs by installing a raised bath yourself. To begin, measure the height of your bath, from the floor to the lip.
Article kindly provided by www.plumbingplus.co.nz

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The Advantages of Vertical Blinds

  in  The Home
Finding right window dressings is an essential when contemplating a new interior design. Made to measure vertical blinds provide complete heat and light control and are perfect for large window areas like bi-fold doors, sliding doors or areas where you may have minimal clearance.

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Where are the gardening hotspots around the UK?

  in  The Garden
Do you live in a UK city with optimum conditions for growing plants, fruit and vegetables and working in the garden? If so, read on. A new infographic from garden supplies and ericaceous compost retailer Compost Direct has analysed the various components of successful gardening to establish where in the UK is best for green-fingered gardeners. To find out how your city fared and more about the gardening hotspots, view the infographic in full. .
Article kindly provided by www.compostdirect.com

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How Designer Radiators Can Add Value to Your Home

  in  The Home
The typical household radiator can be a bit of an eye-sore. I'm perhaps being unkind since it does a good job of keeping the room it is in warm.
Article kindly provided by www.nevellidesignerradiators.co.uk

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Thinking Bespoke Feature Wall? We Answer Your Wallpaper Questions!

  in  The Home
Spring is only just upon us but perhaps you're already thinking about that new look for your home. A new you, fresh room, a change of theme or style. You're thinking options, change, what's new, what's different; what's possible. Thinking about decor? Colours and paints, curtains and rugs, possibly wallpaper ideas for that living room or bedroom feature wall.
Article kindly provided by forthefloorandmore.com

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How To Rearrange Your Lounge

  in  The Living Room
Your lounge is one of the most difficult rooms to rearrange successfully. With so many photos of impeccably arranged lounges and living spaces making the rounds on Instagram, it's hard not to think of attempting the same thing with your home.
Article kindly provided by www.mrblinds.co.nz

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Sheer, Room Darkening, or Blackout Curtains: The Pros and Cons

  in  The Home
Do you have plans to redecorate a room in your home? There are many decisions to be made, such as how much you can afford to spend, whatcolor palette you'll stick to, whether to buy new or upcycle, and more. If your room has windows, you may also have to decide what type of curtains to hang.
Article kindly provided by www.lushdecor.com

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On Telecommuting From the Bottom of My Garden

  in  The Garden
Being a telecommuter isn't for everybody, yet I would suggest that for those who have a career in a design-orientated area, do seriously consider doing your work from home if it's possible to do so. So, why? Creativity isn't a nine to five thing - you could be creative at anytime of the whole day, not just 9 to 5.
Article kindly provided by www.leisurebuildings.com

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Thames Tideway Tunnel: the Future of London Sewerage Systems?

  in  Plumbing and Drainage
By now, you have probably heard about the latest project of London, The Thames Tideway Tunnel; but the question everyone is asking is what exactly is it? Well you're in luck as that is what we will be discussing here. The Thames Tideway Tunnel is the solution that Bazalgette Tunnel Ltd came up with to overcome the excess overflows that the current London sewerage system has. The proposed design of the tunnel is that it will be 25 km long and 65 meters deep; it will run from Acton Storm Tanks, under the tidal section of the Thames, through central London and make its way to the Abbey Mills pumping station.
Article kindly provided by www.drain247.co.uk

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