Feeling Ambitious? Here Are Some Home Renovation Ideas 

Do you have some free time on your hands this summer? Would you like to make some improvements to your home? Then you’ve landed on the right article today. I’m going to make some DIY suggestions in this post that could give you some inspiration. If you have a toolbox and some basic equipment, you could save a fortune. That is because most tradespeople charge a lot of money for their services these days. So, you should think about using your free time to manage the task yourself. There are lots of videos on YouTube that show you how to… [Read More]

How To Master ANY DIY Project

Do it yourself, or DIY – isn’t always the easiest thing to do in the world – especially by yourself when you are starting off. Anyway, no matter how skilled we get at household tasks, chores, and maintenance work, it always feels like our fathers, or grandfathers were a bit better. Maybe that’s what they felt like as well? However, no matter your skill level – there are plenty of ways that you can master any DIY task in the home. With the right tools, the right materials and knowledge as well as time, you’ll be well equipped to handle… [Read More]

The Perfect Playroom Project

Every new father wants to do his part for the child making their arrival, and as we can’t grow the babies in the way that the mother can, DIY is generally our best avenue. Building cots, setting up rocking chairs and painting the nursery is the way to be as prepared as we can be. A little pride in a project never hurt anyone and when your child outgrows the nursery you so lovingly put together, you need to think of the next one. Image Source If you are lucky enough to have the space for a separate playroom in… [Read More]

Quick DIY Fixes To Do This Summer

Photo:unsplash  Summer really is the best time of year. If you have children, then you can share in their enthusiasm for it. Every kid looks forward to the summer holidays and being there with them to enjoy it is one of the great pleasures of being a parent. It is also a great time to go away on holiday. You spend all winter and spring looking forward to escaping the everyday pressures of life and kicking back for a while. But if you are going to really start your summer off properly, you need to make sure that you finally… [Read More]

How to light up your shed

Throughout the winter months, my wife and I have continued to enjoy spending time in our garden. Whether this be watering the plants that we’d planted from seed back in March of last year, to tidying up the borders or simply sitting outdoors wrapped up warm with a hot cup of tea and watching the sun go down!  Usually though, our time in the garden often goes into the night. This is mainly because we have five year old twin girls so when we’re in the garden with them, we don’t actually get much done aside from soaking the patio,… [Read More]

Ways To Make Your Home Feel More Special

Your home is supposed to be your humble happy abode. A place to call your haven and a place where you can create happy memories, but how can you make those minor home improvements without breaking the bank? There are many ways to make your home feel a little more like you, whether it’s just adding a few personal touches or perhaps you want to do something a little bigger, it can be cathartic planning what you want to do in your home.  For your living room, why not invest in a log fire? This way you can bring the… [Read More]

Spring Cleaning Can Only Mean 3 Things 

Image source Spring is finally here, and that means the idea of spring cleaner will skid across our minds a couple of times a day. However, the idea of spring cleaning is usually accompanied with the gut-wrenching feeling of it being an absolute chore. That is why we have come up with an list of ways to make your military style attack on your messy home much more tactical and easier, and help you make the top to bottom cleansing of your home far simpler. Gather The Clutter Before you get bogged down in the specifics of a spring clean,… [Read More]

Preparing Your Home For New Arrivals 

As any experienced father can tell you, preparing the home for new arrivals is both a daunting and joyous moment. It’s daunting due to the fact that having a child in the home is going to be a tough task. Not only will you need to prepare the entire home to make it childproof, you’re also going to have to renovate the entire house in order to get things sorted for your new arrival. But it’s joyous in a sense that you’re starting a family, and remodelling your house to accommodate a child is the first step to becoming that… [Read More]

Handyman: Taking DIY Issues Into Your Own Hands 

It’s easier than ever to do a lot of things, thanks to technology. That means it’s easier than ever to outsource jobs that you could do with a bit of knowledge. This means it is also easier than ever to learn how to tackle the job you’ve just paid a lot of money for someone else to do. This? It goes for do-it-yourself and home maintenance as much as it does for business uses and other things. Instead of calling out a handyman, why not build your own toolbox and tackle issues yourself? This will help you learn more about… [Read More]

A Beautiful Bathroom Needn’t Cost An Arm And A Leg 

Image Source A lot of people are unhappy with their bathrooms. These rooms are hard to renovate, and they usually age quite poorly. This combination is one that makes people feel very bad about this part of their house. But, unfortunately, getting over this hump isn’t going to be easy; most people don’t want to deal with the expense or fuss of renewing their bathroom. Getting rid of the fuss is nearly impossible. But, it is possible to remove some of the expense. And, this post is going to be taking you through some ways that this can be done…. [Read More]