More than 75% of British householders don’t attempt to fix perfectly repairable appliances themselves. A survey of 5,000 UK residents highlighted that consumers prefer to simply throw away broken appliances, replacing them with expensive new models.
From curtains to cushions, sofas to throws, new research shows that almost two-thirds of millennials in the UK dress their home in the same style as their personal fashion. The research commissioned by Argos examines the link between consumers’ fashion style and home interior choices, following the launch of Argos’ new TV campaign ‘homeware so … Continue reading Millennials Dress Themselves Like Their Interiors
New research conducted by National Home Improvement Month has shown that 69% of Brits don’t love the home that they live in. This is a direct consequence of the decline in DIY programmes such as DIY SOS and the rising popularity of T.V chefs and baking enthusiasts. On every TV guide across the UK, you’ll … Continue reading Has Mary Berry Pied off the UK’s Love for DIY?
With its bold colour scheme, punchy prints and eclectic decor, Tropical Crush is a great way to introduce fun, stylish elements of summer into your home and to celebrate the changing seasons. Rebecca Snowden, Interior Style Advisor at Furniture Choice explores how to showcase this tropical look in the home, in two signature ways: first, … Continue reading 2 Ways to Style the Tropical Look
This April is National Home Improvement Month (NHIM), and as the name suggests - it’s an awareness campaign organised by the British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) encouraging people to improve their homes during the month of April. Recent research carried out by BHETA revealed that 69% of us don’t love our homes, and only … Continue reading #MakeOneChange in your home this April
Recent investigations conducted by KIS Finance discover how the Right to Buy Scheme has turned ex-council home tenants into property millionaires. Following the recent decision to end the Right to Buy Scheme in Wales, there have been renewed calls for England to follow suit. The Chartered Institute of Housing has expressed concerns that the ongoing loss of … Continue reading Hundreds of Ex-Council Tenants Are Now Property Millionaires!
Nine out of 10 Germans living together with their first or second partner either get married or separate within five years after moving in, according to a new study from The University of Cologne. It is now considered normal to live with multiple partners during a lifetime, however the researchers suggest that living with your … Continue reading Twice As Likely To Marry The First Partner You Live With