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The Right Bed and Mattress Can Keep Wrinkles at Bay PDF Print E-mail

Thursday, 10 November 2011 02:03
To keep wrinkles in your sheets and not on your face, the best position to snooze in is on your back. People who have an uncomfortable or unsupportive bed or mattress, will often move around more in the night – leaving themselves more likely to gain wrinkles.
Pushing your face into a pillow every night, rolling around in your bed not sleeping properly, tension showing on your face – all these can cause wrinkles.
Research has revealed that sleeping positions are the key reason for static wrinkles. The worst position to sleep in is on your stomach, squashing facial skin against a pillow not only causes creases but also blocking pores and disturbing digestion.
 
Enjoy An Aga Saga And Make Your Status Symbol Less Static! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 10 November 2011 01:33

If you’re more Lady Gaga than mistress or master of your AGA, but have inherited one through a house move, or long to perfect the art of AGA cookery, take heart – help is at hand!

Divine Lake District cookery school, LucyCooks, in Staveley near Kendal, has a sensationally swish AGA room in which to bestow the gems of wisdom required when cooking with a stored-heat stove. 

 
DIY Minus A&E PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 October 2011 16:00

 

It’s estimated that more than 64,000 people visit their local A&E department each year due to accidents involving DIY tools. Drilling and decorating can be risky business! Still, that’s no reason to avoid those essential jobs; head-to-toe safety gear will keep you protected and needn’t cost the earth. Here’s how…

Survey by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents 

 
Don’t Stop At New Kitchen Doors PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 26 October 2011 08:51

So, you’ve looked through brochures and seen what the TV chefs use. You’ve decided on colours and know exactly what your kitchen layout is going to be. Maybe your budget doesn’t run to a whole new kitchen, and you’ve just decided to go for some new kitchen doors to freshen the place up and make it look like new. What you shouldn’t do, after going to all that effort, is reuse the old accessories on your new kitchen doors or cabinets. It might seem like you can save a few pounds by not buying new fittings, but it’s a false economy – the new doors will instantly look old and cheap and you’ll have lost any benefits you thought you’d gained. Accessories finish off your kitchen, regardless of whether it’s all brand new or you have just replaced the doors, so for this article I’m going to look at some of those and see what is available to you.

 
New Innovative IPAD/ Tablet mounting system. PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 20 October 2011 16:12

This is a fantastic new product for any IPAD or tablet owner. Although iPads are designed to be carried around, that doesn’t mean you necessarily want to be literally carrying the iPad all the time – even when you’re using it. Hence the huge variety of iPad mounts on the market. While most of the mounting solutions on offer generally aim for one or maybe two specific uses, such as in the car, on the fridge or in the studio, Vogel’s RingO Universal Mounting System is designed to let users mount their iPad just about anywhere.

 
Here are just 10 reasons why a bigger bed is a far better bet PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 October 2011 15:40

'Shameful shoebox homes' are scuppering many couples' hopes of a great night's sleep.

According to The Sleep Council, most couples would get a better night's sleep if they shared a king-sized rather than standard double bed.

But cramped modern homes simply don't provide enough bedroom space for king-sized beds.

A new study by The Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba) – The Case For Space – has again highlighted the growing problem of space restriction in homes, dubbing many new builds 'shameful shoebox homes'.

Said Jessica Alexander of The Sleep Council: "In our experience, most couples would choose a king-sized rather than a standard double bed because more space means less partner disturbance and therefore better sleep.

 
High design home wares at high street prices PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 October 2011 02:19

Victoria Eggs specialises in simple, beautiful designs for the home which celebrate the British culture which has inspired them. The online retailer was founded by its namesake in March 2011 and is developing a devoted fan-base of fashion savvy shoppers who want original British pieces, designed and produced in the UK but which also compare favourably with high street prices.

The playful collection of home wares and gifts include hand-pulled screen prints, mugs, bags and tea towels which are designed to bring a smile to your face and keep the bank manager happy, with prices starting from just £9. The use of elegant, classic designs with a contemporary twist ensures the collection complements both traditional and modern homes.

 
Win tickets to Grand Designs PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 02:43
KEVIN McCloud will join an array of celebrity and industry experts as the award winning show, Grand Designs Live, returns to Birmingham for its 6th year at the NEC from Friday 7 until Sunday 9 October.
With over 500 exhibitors showcasing the latest interior products and free expert consultations on offer for every visitor, Grand Designs Live is the ultimate consumer home show, boasting everything needed to build and furnish a home – all under one roof.
This year’s Birmingham show will be spread over six different sections: Grand Build sponsored by VELUX, Grand Interiors sponsored by Dulux, Grand Kitchens sponsored by Miele, Grand Bathrooms and Grand Gardens which this year will feature a spectacular night garden display in the heart of the NEC.
 
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