Advice

Shower Power

  The shower has become one of the most important additions to the Irish bathroom as homeowners, inspired by travel abroad and the popularity of wetrooms are considering their options. Don't be satisfied with a simple power shower - showers have gone to a new…

Bedtime Stories

  Your own personal oasis should be as indulgent, intimate and individual as possible. Wouldn't life be just fabulous if you could spend every night in the luxury, comfort and glamour of a high-end boutique hotel? Follow our ultimate guide to hot bedroom style, and…

Framing Gorgeous

Forget photo albums, frame your pictures and hang them on the wall as pieces of decorative art - quick chic style Queen Stephanie Hoppen shows how. Picture This: An empty frame? Some frames are so stunning that they don't need pictures in them at all.…

Learn Your Style Lessons

  When it comes to interior design the rules are always changing, but there are a handful of stock guidelines that will help you to err on the side of gorgeous. At a time when styles and choices can sometimes be overwhelming, House and Home,…

Growing Apple Trees

  Choosing tree shape Apple Varieties Site and soil Planting Training Feeding Apple Trees Picking Weeds, pests and diseases Pruning Winter pruning Summer pruning Unfruitful and neglected trees Re-grafting old trees Fruit thinning Choosing tree shape Tree shape should be chosen to suit the garden.…

Potential Tenancy Fraud

  In recent times attempted Bank Draft and Cheque Fraud is a reality with all online and over the phone buying, selling and leasing agreements. With a little bit of knowledge and awareness of what to look out for you can be certainĀ of letting your…

Moving On Up

  Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make in your life and is up there with marriage and divorce as one of the most stressful experiences. Location and space are key factors when moving home especially if you are…

Shared Ownership Scheme

What is the Shared Ownership Scheme? The Shared Ownership Scheme is aimed at people in Ireland who cannot afford to buy their entire home in one go. It allows you to buy a proportion of your home to begin with, increasing that proportion in steps…

Moving Checklist for Students

When viewing a property there are some basic questions you should ask. How much is the rent/deposit? How often is the rent due? How long is the lease? Do you understand all the terms and conditions of the lease agreement? What happens if you terminate…
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