Monthly Archives: March 2014
Summer brings with it the opportunity to get out into the great outdoors and tackle some long-awaited DIY tasks.
If you're thinking about garden decorating ideas as the weather heats up, have a look at the following tips for inspiration, and let your creative juices flow.
Spruce up your picnic table
Give your existing wooden picnic table a new lease on life by updating its paint job. Start by removing any winter nasties with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and wash with Resene Timber and Deck Wash and thoroughly scrub your table to ensure it's as clean as possible.
If you're planning home renovations in the near future, you might want to think ahead and consider the trends forecast for 2014.
Wallpaper is a great addition to any room, and its increasing popularity means more designs, textures and shades are being developed to suit every taste. If you'd rather keep bold patterns and colours to smaller areas, feature walls are a great way to incorporate wallpaper and are predicted to remain popular into the new year.
We're all aware of the need to better look after our planet in order to protect the environment for future generations, but how many of us follow through with eco-friendly practices in our homes?
From recycling to composting and all the way through to renovations, there's plenty you can be doing in your home to help look after our earth. Find out more on what you can do and how it will benefit you and your loved ones.
Summer is the perfect time to get stuck into an outdoor DIY project or two, especially when it involves paint. The warm weather and dry conditions mean paint can cure quickly and you're less likely to get caught in the rain.
If you are keen to get stuck in to a new garden project, take a look at the following for guidance and inspiration.
Renovate a chair
Old indoor wooden chairs needn't be thrown out – instead, consider turning them into bright and cheerful outdoor furniture.