Spending more time at home lately has created a renewed interest in making sure our homes are as warm, welcoming, comforting and cosy as can be. Our interiors are our sanctuary; a space where we can relax and indulge our passions for pastimes perhaps long forgotten such as baking, crafting, exercising, reading and going back to a simpler age where we enjoy and appreciate the little things in life.
Sinks & Taps
We have created this fun sink or float activity worksheet for children to experiment and find out whether certain popular fruits and vegetables sink or float when placed in water!
Why not print out the below work sheet, add some water to your sink and have fun experimenting!
Whether you’re planning a whole new kitchen project or you just want to update a tired scheme, swapping your current sink for something swish and new is just the thing. There was once a time when choosing a new model simply meant updating one stainless steel design for another but today there are so many wonderfully attractive sinks to take your pick from, in all manner of materials, colours and finishes.
This month we’re looking at the enduring trend for Country Farmhouse kitchens. These classic styles are always in fashion, and they can be used to complement period properties as well as to bring charm and character to a modern new-build. Cabinetry tends to be painted or natural wood with in-frame doors that can be as simple or as detailed as you like. A fuss-free door panel offers a modern take on the Shaker style, which is a popular choice amongst homeowners looking for the perfect balance between classic and contemporary design.