Tag: Furniture

How to Clean Wood Furniture to Make It Look Brand New

Follow These Steps:  Start by wiping down your wood furniture with a barely damp microfibre cloth to remove dust and grime. You never want water to sit on the wood, so quickly wipe it down with another dry microfiber cloth. For regular dusting, a quick wipe-down with a microfiber cloth will do the trick. If your wood furniture has…




Benefits of buying reclaimed wood furniture

Sustainability and eco-friendly Whether you’re a self-confessed Eco-warrior or just want to do your bit for the planet, this is the perfect way to get started. Buying a reclaimed piece of furniture means you’re recycling something that was previously owned, and you get the chance to give it a new home. Not only are you doing…




5 ways to attract wildlife to your garden using reclaimed bricks

Reclaimed bricks are an affordable, versatile and eco-friendly building material, perfect for DIY garden projects. Turning your garden into a haven for wildlife is not only good for the environment, but extremely rewarding too. Take on these 5 simple DIY garden projects using reclaimed bricks to start attracting more wildlife to your garden. Bird bath…




5 ways to make your home feel cosier this Christmas

Hot drinks, scarves, thick frosts, and long candlelit evenings, there’s no doubt that Christmas is the cosiest time of the year. Get ready for entertaining and making memories with friends and family this Christmas with these five tips for creating a cosier home. Makeover your fireplace There’s no cosier image than a family gathered around…




5 reasons to buy upcycled furniture

Upcycled furniture offers a unique and eco-friendly alternative to new, mass-produced furniture. Whilst some people enjoy the process of upcycling their own furniture, it’s not for everyone. If crafting and DIY isn’t your thing, then buying furniture that has already been upcycled allows you to effortlessly obtain unique and sustainable items for your home. Here…




Planter ideas for patio gardens

Even the smallest patio garden can be turned into a colourful, foliage-filled oasis using a selection of different planters and bit of creativity. Patio gardens are low-maintenance and fuss-free, but without plants they can feel a little dull and barren. Luckily there are plenty of different types of planter available to help you add some…




How to insulate a garden shed

Whether you plan on turning your garden shed into a home office, gym, art studio, or playroom, insulating it is an essential part of creating a comfortable, warm and habitable environment. Converting a garden shed into a useful and comfortable room can add valuable extra living space to your home and help to improve your…




5 period features you can buy reclaimed when restoring a period property

Buying reclaimed is the perfect way to acquire genuine period features for restoring your period home to its former glory. In their original state, most period properties featured ornate detailing and an elegant style that just can’t be replicated with modern features. Buying reclaimed period features can help to restore your period property to its…




4 alternative uses for a garden shed

The humble garden shed, typically a small wooden structure full of cobwebs, hibernating critters, and garden tools. Whilst garden sheds are a convenient place for storing garden tools, they have so much more potential. Many people are now transforming their garden sheds to add extra space to their homes. Here are just a few inspiring…




Environmental benefits of reclaimed furniture

Reclaimed furniture offers an attractive and sustainable alternative to buying new. Cheap, mass-produced products have been in the spotlight recently, as awareness grows about the negative effect they have on the environment. As well as allowing you to pick up unique, high quality items at a fraction of the cost of buying them new, reclaimed…