When deciding where to visit in England, we knew we needed to spend a few days where my daughter lives, so that we could have an understanding of what it was like when we talked on the phone. Andover is about an hour out of London and while not a tourist destination itself, there is…Continue Reading
One of the most common questions I am asked, is what a defect list is for, and when should it be introduced. While there is much confusion, the answer is actually very simple and can be of great benefit to both client and builder alike.
Building Defect List – What, When and How
A defect list is…Continue Reading
Arriving at Heathrow airport, we were all exhausted. After 24 hours on a plane with very little sleep, we were really overwhelmed to find it only early morning when we walked out of the airport and surprisingly it was hot!! Really hot, not like hot at home with all it’s humidity, but hot. The gauge…Continue Reading
One of the most important things we did before we decided to sell our home, was to rule out all the surprises. Having bought and sold a few times, we have come up with a list of things we do each time, prior to appointing an agent. For us being prepared, enables us to be…Continue Reading
Last week we lusted over a few of my favourite current Kmart goodies, this week we are again doing something a little different and taking a look at some amazing Ikea Hacks. Hacking has become a great way to create functional, reasonably priced furniture that suits your decore.
Ikea Hacks – Inspired Space
This post is written in collaboration with Scyon.
Designing and building your own home is an exciting opportunity for you to show your unique personality. The facade of your home is one of the most important aspects of the build- it’s the first impression. A very simple way to create immediate wow factor is to utilise…Continue Reading