Looking to create a farmhouse-style kitchen? At Panararmer – and with our bespoke fitted kitchen design in Cumbria – you have everything you could possibly need to create the space you’ve always dreamed of. Continue reading
Are you renovating a tired bathroom, making improvements or installing a brand-new suite? Choosing a new bathroom is exciting, but it can be challenging too, especially if you’re not entirely sure how to approach it. Continue reading →
When designing your toddler bedroom, it’s essential to create a space that will grow with them. It’s quite the balancing act, designing something beautiful that is also durable enough to stand up to the wants and needs of a curious child.
There never feels like there’s enough space in the kitchen. With everything from pots and pans, bowls, cutlery, and not to mention endless cans and jars of food, there’s a lot to keep organised. For people with limited kitchen space, making sure you have a great organisational structure in your kitchen is crucial, so you have plenty of clear space for cooking.
Small spaces can make us feel like we are limited in terms of our design choices. But when you have a small bathroom, there are plenty of creative ways to make it look bigger with clever designs that do not involve knocking through a wall and building an extension.
A walk-in-wardrobe is every clothes-lovers dream. They provide you with so much space for all your belongings and function as a space to get dressed and perfect your outfit. But despite all this space, they can quickly become cluttered.
Small kitchens can be a nightmare for storage. There is so much you need to keep in the kitchen, from food to crockery, cutlery and appliances. When you’re short on space, it can make preparing meals more challenging. If you have a small kitchen that can’t be extended, some space saving ideas can help you optimise your storage and create more space.
It’s an age-old debate. To shower or to bathe, which is better? Everyone loves a long soak in the tub with bubbles and a soothing drink, but there’s no denying that showers are much more convenient and often feel like they’re doing a better job of keeping you clean. But there are many different health aspects to both that you may not have considered.
With 2021 well underway, there’s no better time to take a closer look at the upcoming interiors trends for the year. With many of us stuck at home for much of 2020, interiors have been more important than usual – and if you haven’t completed a DIY job, given your home a fresh lick of paint or rearranged the furniture, you’re probably the odd one out. So, when it comes to the new year, what kinds of trends are we likely to see appearing, and what will we see repeating from previous years?
With the UK in the midst of a second lockdown, you might be thinking about some of the home improvements you can be doing right now. DIY and home improvements skyrocketed during the first lockdown back in March, with research suggesting that households were spending an average of £4,000 on home improvements during lockdown.