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Ways to protect your garden from almost anything

Our gardens are where home and nature meet. It’s a relaxing escape from house chores, work and “vegging” in front of the TV all day. Your garden is where you go to clear your mind, take in the fresh air, catch a little bit of Vitamin D and recentre yourself. Unless, however, you have a […]

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How to create a value-boosting garden deck

We’re all looking to boost the value of our homes, whether we plan to sell right now or not. And there’s more to adding value to your property than just renovating and extending your house. Having a beautiful and well-kept garden can do the trick too. But today we’re talking about creating a value-boosting garden […]

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Budget-Friendly Hacks to Keep Your Garden Retreat Looking Gorgeous

Owning a garden and maintain it can be expensive and sometimes a hassle. The upkeep on maintaining your garden and the time it consumes can deter people from having a regular gardening routine. However, if you can find the balance between a nice garden and being a comfortably gardening, you will be more inclined to […]

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How to Make Your Home Look More Luxurious from the Outside

In addition to making upgrades throughout the interior of your home in order to make it a much more luxurious place to live, there are many ways that you can also improve the exterior of your home to make it look more expensive and refined. Check out some of the tips below and see where […]

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Property Tips: How to Give Your Home Curb Appeal

Selling your home can be a daunting experience, especially if you are at a loss where to start. Adding curb appeal to your property can go a long way to crossing the first hurdle. After all, first impressions count. Here are some top tips on getting prospective buyers interested in your home. Leading People up […]

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16 Fabulous Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Get into the spirit of the festive season and be inspired by these fabulous outdoor decorations and bring a magical touch to the front of your home. Festive decorations don’t have to be gaudy, tacky and tasteless! Our infographic highlights some wonderful ideas that will be the envy of your neighbourhood. Take the less is […]

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The Importance of Social Space in Architectural Design

Before planning any new build, developers – and by extension their architects – should take into account the great importance of social areas within any building. Space, in general, is the core of any architectural design. Ensuring that space is utilized in the most effective way will therefore be vital to ensure that a building […]

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How to Transform Your Backyard with a Custom Water Feature

Water features are increasingly overtaking ponds as outdoor living becomes increasingly desirable and people look for ways to transform a garden or backyard.  Water features are particularly popular as they are considerably low maintenance. For instance, the fish in pond’s – some impartiuclarly – require looking after; unsightly netting and posts can be required to protect the […]

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Things to Consider When Planning Your New Garden Pool Area

Things to Consider When Planning Your New Garden Pool Area A garden pool is a wonderful way to relax on a hot summers day, whilst also adding a soothing visual element to your landscape. Although there are many factors to consider, the pool of your dreams can be created if you plan carefully and consider […]

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Cheers to Water-Wise Mediterranean Gardens

To truly understand the design of luxury Italian landscape architecture, which has altered little over the millennia, many visionaries still refer to the books of the engineer and architect Vitruvius, never mind that they date from 1st century Rome.   Vitruvius intended his advice primarily for Emperor Augustus during the Pax Romana, when many battles […]

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