Choosing a sofa

Why Should You Pick a Wood Headboard?

A headboard will protect your bedroom wall from marks, let you sit up more comfortably in bed, and improve the overall style of your bedroom, so it's something you should add to every bed. Of course, it's not as easy as that – there are several types of headboard available, and it can be tough to land on the right one. Before you start looking at styles and colours, think about the material. Read More 

Top Tips For Removing Awkward Pieces Of Furniture

When you're moving furniture as part of relocation to a new home, it's best to hire the services of a professional furniture removals firm.  They will have the experience and equipment to carry out the job safely without damaging anything.  However, if you do decide to carry out some or all of the work yourself, here are some top tips to help everything go smoothly. Long, tall items Tall items, such as wardrobes are best carried angled slightly towards you. Read More 

3 Tips for Choosing Café Furniture for Your Restaurant

Café furniture usually refers to pieces that are somewhat smaller than standard restaurant furniture; a café may have clientele who are looking to have a cup of coffee and perhaps a light meal, as opposed to a family restaurant that may see diners linger and need space for their children. A café may also be somewhat smaller itself than many other types of restaurants, so you need to ensure you get furniture that will fit the footprint easily. Read More 

Four Ideal Materials for Outdoor Furniture

Outdoor furniture such as picnic tables, patio chairs and poolside chaise lounges should be fabricated to withstand the environmental elements. Poor product choices will deteriorate fast leading to financial losses through repair, maintenance and replacement. There are diverse aspects to consider before making a purchase but the most important factor is the material. This will directly affect the durability, cost and servicing requirements of your items. Here are the main materials which you should consider when choosing outdoor furniture: Read More 

Mind In The Gutter: Choosing The Right Materials For Guttering Projects

Even in a country with a climate as hot and dry as Australia's, guttering is still an essential part of any well built building. Without a properly fitted series of gutters to catch moisture and rainwater and draw it away from the roof, a great deal of long-term damage can be inflicted on your roof by the corrosive effects of rain. This damage can be especially severe if your roof as metal flashing. Read More