Category Archives: Infographics

Ultimate bathroom cabinet organisation cheat sheet [Infographic]

It doesn’t matter how spacious your bathroom is, it is never big enough. We try to put too much stuff in it, which is why everything looks messy and crowded. How often do you want to get something in your bathroom cabinet only to open it and realize that it is an impossible mission? Even if you manage to find it among all the other things, you can’t get it without knocking everything down. Well, this will change today. If nothing else, you will reduce the time that you need to get ready for work in the morning. Reorganising your bathroom… Read more »

How to hide your household eyesores [Infographic]

There will always be a couple of things you want to change in your home, no matter how much effort do you put into decorating every room. These annoying household eyesores will catch your eye every time you enter the room. You know they are useful but you still hate looking at them. You want to find a way to hide it from the plain sight whether it is bulky appliances, messy looking cables or even your Internet router. Is there anything more annoying than green and yellow lights flashing on the side of the TV while you’re watching a… Read more »

A visual guide to converting your loft [Infographic]

Keen on upping your home’s size and value? Consider converting your loft. With the existing walls, floor and ceiling, you already have the basics in place. Check out the infographic below as it will take you through everything you need to know in order to successfully convert all that empty space.

The Ultimate DIY Guide to an Energy Efficient Home [Infographic]

Being green is not the only thing you need to consider when going energy efficient, you also want to make sure you are saving money. Did you know that turning off devices on stand-by, could save you an estimated €1560 each year on your energy bills? Think of what you could do with that… The following guide from Heiton Buckley shows just how you can turn your green home into a money-saving kingdom – from heating specific rooms instead of the whole house to making sure your fridge is fully stocked to avoid the fridge having to over-work on chilling empty space. Do… Read more »

Green Ways to keep Pests out of Your Home [Infographic]

We’ve all come across the issue at one point or another – how do we get keep pests out of our house. Next time, before you reach for your deadly insecticide or chemical-loaded products, maybe you should consider the greener options of getting the pests to go. Our friends at Chadwicks have come up with a guide that provides some really useful tips to pest-proofing your house. Including some options that are not only green and eco-friendly, but also involve using easy-to-find products or household objects that we’re all bound to have in a cupboard somewhere. For example, something easy like… Read more »

Protecting your property from flooding [infographic]

  Direct Line for Business have created an infographic which illustrates simple steps you can take to help prevent your property from flooding. If you’re a landlord especially – with 1 in 6 homes in the UK at risk of flooding, this is invaluable information.

Decorating tips for first time buyers [infographic]

Decorating your first home shouldn’t feel like hard work, you should enjoy what you’re doing and remain patient to achieve your long term goals. If you’re in need of inspiration, here is a guide for first time buyers designed by Topps Tiles. First time home owners, find out how to add style and value to your new home with this guide from Topps Tiles

The History Of Interior Design [Infographic]

Many of us think interior design is a term coined in the 20th century, but the history of it can probably be traced back to the early cavemen, who decorated the walls of their caves with simple drawings of plants and animals. Our fun infographic looks at how buildings have changed over the years and how ornamental and lavish decorations have been added to beautify interior spaces. Romans and Greeks had beautiful mosaic floors added to their villas while the Renaissance period in Italy inspired elaborately carved furniture and walls covered in gorgeous tapestries. With the rise of housing estates,… Read more »

Feng Shui for the home [Infographic]

Sometimes, apartment living can start feeling cramped and less than ideal. You begin to envy your homeowner friends, with spacious yards and neighbors who are more than a wall away. However, at the end of the day, it is truly possible to revive the spark that you once felt about your apartment. Living in an apartment doesn’t have to be all bad; in fact, why can’t it be all good? By applying a few of the tenets of Feng Shui, it is easy to get a whole new perspective on the place you live. Working from room to room in… Read more »