May 2, 2016

Kids Bedroom Decorating Ideas: Not Just for the Grown-Ups

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    The last couple of years has seen us take on a number of projects from designing and building our new kitchen ourselves from scratch to completely gutting both bathrooms. We still have a pretty major project coming up soon which I’ll reveal in a few weeks but our thoughts are also turning to […]

The Secrets Of Furnishing A Student Flat On A Budget

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    With Ben already at uni and Cait due to follow in within the next couple of years, we know that student life has to be thrifty. It is a great time to foster independence and the importance of sticking to a budget. But at the same time, it seems to require a lot […]

5 Things to do in the Garden in April

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      April is a busy month for gardeners. The close of winter and the promise of warmer weather means it’s time to roll up your sleeves and start preparing your garden for the summer months ahead. As we have limited space and chickens, we will be sticking to flower displays in containers and […]

Top 15 Garden Hacks to Get Ahead in Your Garden the Green Way

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  You may be a seasoned gardener already, or maybe you’re a complete novice looking to get stuck in and grow your own fruit and veg. Whatever the reason, Ecoscape have pulled together 15 of the best gardening hacks to help you on your way.     No matter what your budget, or amount of gardening experience, these hacks […]

Our February Degustabox Review (And a Discount for You!)

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    After our first Degustabox UK last month we were looking forward to seeing what delights February’s box would bring. It wasn’t disappointing and had a refreshing spring feel about it. Here is a look at this month’s goodies:   Ritz Crisp & Thin   A new potato snack from Ritz that is oven-baked rather than […]

6 Ways to Prepare Your Garden for Entertaining this Summer

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  March has finally arrived and before we know it we will be waving goodbye to winter and enjoying a long, hot summer in the sun. Or maybe British summertime will remain true to form. Either way, now is the time to start thinking about enjoying as much of the longer and hopefully much warmer […]