A classic English Country Home on a lovely English Country road – Photo Courtesy: Mia Folkmann Quaint cottages in the countryside, a large Georgian mansion in the woods, or a Victorian home in the suburbs, there are many different types of English country homes. All have one thing in common: a warm and welcoming atmosphere, […]
When you’re looking to design a kitchen, you’ll need to consider functionality as well as design. The country kitchen is often called ‘the heart of the home’; it’s where food is lovingly prepared and families gather to cook together. It’s so important to make sure you have a country kitchen design that really fits your lifestyle.
Eco-friendly furniture can be found in all sorts of places – you can seek out the latest sleek Eco-gadgets to deliver long term affordability to your home’s energy needs, or look for pre-loved furnishings in garage sales or auctions that will give your home a lived-and-loved personality, full of stories and character, as well as being fabulously green.
Having a garden full of pretty and beautifully scented flowers gives great joy and pleasure to all those who can experience it. The reason we give flowers on special occasions is because they make people smile – and so, choosing the right blooms is a very important task.
Whether your backyard is the size of a small postcard or you’ve got the largest acreage in the county, all gardens can benefit from a few added decorations and flourishes. Accessorize your outdoor space to its fullest potential – from planters and pots to feeders and lanterns – and create the most beautiful Eden paradise.
Growing your own fruit and vegetables is both a challenge and a pleasure and it’s also a fantastic way to create a productive but beautiful garden. A kitchen garden, or potager (from the French) is a fantastic thing – it produces food for you to eat, keeps you occupied on long summer days and looks beautiful at the same time.