They come in all sorts of colours, textures and finishes and are a great way to protect your kitchen from wear and tear – so it’s no surprise that the statement splashback is set to top the trends in kitchens this year. We spoke to three kitchen manufacturers in the region to find out what’s hot...
Decorating your home is a very personal choice, and not every “must-have” will be the trend for you. We look at some of the most sought-after styles from years gone by – and find out why local interior designers hope they never make a comeback.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning covering much of Norfolk, and with the chance of heavy snow on the way, Anglian Water’s David Hartley explains how taking some small steps now can help protect your home against damage should a big freeze strike.
What’s top on your list of must-haves when you move? Probably a fantastic kitchen or bathroom - or both! These are the rooms which many people change. However, if you are looking for a bathroom which really gets you in a lather, how about these in homes for sale which might just tantalise you into making that move.
From the outside, it is a very beautiful 19th century former chapel in the heart of a North Norfolk market town. However, step inside this interiors dream and it oozes style and feels like a very trendy flat in Chelsea.
Does your bathroom resemble a battleground in the mornings? Elbows at the ready as you jostle for space over the basin, arguments over who gets to shower first, and a regularly disputed timeshare of the bathroom mirror. Here are some tips for creating a harmonious ‘his and hers’ bathroom.
The Ivy Norwich Brasserie officially opens on Tuesday having transformed a historic building into an opulent, Art Nouveau styled restaurant. But what was the thinking behind this luxurious look and how can inject some glamour into your own home?
If you’re trying to create interiors that have that ‘insta’ success, be inspired by this mid terrace in Norwich for sale for offers in excess of £375,000 that has been renovated and given a make-over, turning it from drab to dramatic.
It may be Daniel Day-Lewis who is up for an Oscar for his role in the stylish new film the Phantom Thread – but the real, understated star is the beautiful Georgian mews house the story is set in, which is for sale in London for offers in excess of £15 million. Property editor Caroline Culot finds a Norfolk equivelant!