Style Trends for Modern London Flats

Posted by on Jul 21, 2012 in Architecture

London is a city on the cutting edge of style and designLondon is a great city; it really does have something for everyone. For the traveller with a reasonably high budget, the shows, museums, art galleries and of course shopping are second to none. Restaurants include some of the very best the world has to offer and accommodation in London is varied and has something to suit everyone, however high their specifications.

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Planning Your Home Design

Posted by on Jul 20, 2012 in Interior Design

Planning your home design is a big project as it involves decorating a lot of rooms, so start by measuring each room and make a plan of each floor on a piece of paper. Next, scan it onto your computer and print a copy of your floor plan. You then not only have two copies of the plan, but as it will have been digitalised, you can also print it out as often as you need to, should you change your mind about some feature or other, or make a mistake.

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How to Decorate a New Flat on the Cheap

Posted by on Jul 13, 2012 in Interior Design

Decorating your new flat doesn't have to be a bank busting taskWhen you first move into a new flat it is only natural that you want to make the place feel like home as soon as you possibly can. However, if you have had to fork out on a mortgage or rental deposit you may not have much spare cash lying about. Fortunately there are ways to decorate your new and fantastic flat without breaking the bank.

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How to Sell Your Home

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in Property Market

The slump in real estate activity has caused quite a few homeowners to become apprehensive about selling their homes themselves. Nevertheless, many experts maintain that the do-it-yourself maneuver is actually much easier than most homeowners would believe and is even more pertinent today than during the real estate expansion.

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Architectural Triumphs of the 21st Century

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Architecture

The 21st Century has already seen a fair share of architectural brillianceTwenty-first century architecture has basically reflected either the boom times of the first part of the century or the financial difficulties following the global economic crisis of 2008. Other challenges have resulted in the need for more environmentally friendly buildings and, in the case of skyscrapers, a heightened sense of the need to withstand trauma after the destruction of the World Trade Center in 2001.

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