Home & Life

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1. Utilise storage space under your bed

Unless you have a divan bed, the space beneath your bed can often go underutilised, or worse, can end up a real mess with random items shoved under the bed to keep them out of the way. One of the best ways to utilise this space is to get organised and inexpensive plastic storage boxes with lids that can even be stacked one on top of the other are a great way to make use of this space, helping to keep it tidy and organised at the same time!

2. Create more space inside kitchen cupboards

Spices, tins and even crockery can be stored more efficiently if you use cupboard organisers or risers. These are typically free-standing plastic or wire shelves that you can pop inside cupboards to create extra space. They are inexpensive to buy and allow you to stack items, making use of the full height of your cupboards!

3. Make use of vertical space

Tall bookshelves that make better use of the vertical space available in your home can provide valuable storage which doesn't mean you'll have to compromise on giving up floor space that might not have.

4. Use your doors to create extra hanging space

Over door hooks make it easy to add storage inside cupboards, wardrobes and of course behind the back of doors! Requiring no tools or fixings, they will simply slot over the top of your doors, providing hanging storage for things like coats and scarves. Smaller versions exist for kitchen cupboard doors too, making them ideal for things like tea towels.

5. Hang items on your kitchen wall

Instead of a kitchen counter top utensil holder, a hanging wall rack in your kitchen can help to save valuable counter space. Everything from magnetic knife holders to spice racks can be attached to kitchen walls to free up more space and keep things more organised.

6. Transfer irregular shaped kitchen essentials into reusable containers

The big benefit of transferring things like sugar, flour, tea, coffee and so on into reusable containers is that they are sturdy and stackable, so you'll be able to store more in the same amount of space. Choose square or rectangular-shaped storage canisters so they can be place side by side, with more stacked on top to make the best use of all available space inside your cupboards.

7. Organise craft and DIY supplies

For crafty types, it's easy for collections of paint, yarn, fabric and so on to start taking over the house! The easiest way to get your craft supplies organised and to make them easier to find when you need them, is to get them stored away into suitable storage. Portable plastic storage drawers, plastic containers with lids and even shelving units will help keep things need and tidy and for yarn hoarders, using a large zippered bag is a great way to keep all of your yarn in once place, along with your collection of knitting needles! The same goes for DIY items which can quickly accumulate and grow into a vast collection of rarely used gadgets and gizmos, store them together out of the way in a cupboard, utility room, shed or garage.

8. Be ruthless and throw it out!

When it comes to clothing, did you know the average woman owns 7 pairs and jeans and the average man owns 6 pairs? When it comes to clothing, you're probably guilty of having multiple items in your wardrobe that you just don't wear. As a general rule, if it's not been worn in the past 12 months, then it's likely to be taking up unnecessary space in your wardrobe. Be ruthless. Anything that doesn't fit, that's looking worn and tatty or that rarely gets worn should be thrown out. Anything new or still in good condition should be taken to your local charity shop, or try your luck by selling it somewhere like eBay, but whatever you do, don't keep clothes you don't wear cluttering up your wardrobe.

9. Store seasonal items away

One of the easiest ways to create a bit more space is to make sure you only have items in your home that you need and use on a day to day basis. If you have a garage or shed, then rarely used items like step ladders, wallpaper pasting tables, decorating supplies, sporting accessories and so on, should be stored out the way. The same applies for seasonal clothing, so in Autumn, move all of your summer clothing into a suitcase and up into the attic and come Spring, swap your winter wardrobe for your summer clothing. If you don't have a garage or shed, then relegate the things you don't often use or seasonal clothing up into the attic or failing that, the spare room so they aren't in your way and taking up space, but you'll still know where to find them should you need them! Tidy tips toy box

10. The floor is not storage!

We've all done it, taken clothes off after a shower or after a long and tiring day and simply dropped them on the floor, leaving future-you, or your spouse, with the task of tidying up after you. Making sure you have a laundry basket in a strategic, logical place (for example in your en-suite bathroom or on the landing) will make it much easier and far less likely that you'll be tempted to leave dirty laundry on the floor. Putting things into the laundry basket really does make life easier and if your kids are finding it a challenge, consider placing their own pop-up laundry hamper right in their bedroom. The same goes for toys too. Get them into the habit from a young age of putting toys away after they are played with, a large plastic container makes the ideal toy box and means there's no excuse for leaving (and potentially tripping over) clothing or toys strewn around on the floor! Still in need of inspiration? Check out Marie Kondo's 10 tips to make you more tidy now.

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10 quick and easy tips to spruce up your outdoor spaces

  1. Repair damaged turf by sewing new lawn seed, or if necessary, replacing larger areas by laying new turf
  2. Improve your garden borders by giving them a sharp and defined edge
  3. Deadhead old flowers and plants to encourage new growth and to allow flowers in bloom to take centre stage
  4. Add some freshly planted pots,containers or hanging baskets to your patio and outside the front of your house to add a seasonal pop of colour
  5. Mow the lawn to make your garden space look generally well-loved and well-kept
  6. Trim any unruly bushes, shrubs and hedges
  7. Clean up any litter that might have blown into your garden, particularly your front garden
  8. Replace any patchy looking aggregates or bark chip used in borders
  9. Pressure wash your patio to make it look good as new
  10. Tackle weeds, both those that might have sprung up in the lawn and those lurking in the borders
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As the season turns and we settle into Autumn, there's an mistakable freshness to the air as temperatures begin to drop and the nights start to draw in. Now is a great time to get out into your garden and give it a good tidy up before winter sets in, especially if your planning putting your house on the market any time soon. With this in mind we thought we'd put together our recommendations of essential jobs to do in your garden during September and October. Read on for our 8 essential autumn gardening tips.

Autumn gardening tips

1. Clean out greenhouses and cold frames

It's likely you'll have been growing seasonal crops and flowers in your greenhouse during the summer months, so following your harvest, now is a great time to give it the once over.

2. Remove fallen leaves from ponds

As leaves start to fall it's essential to ensure ponds are regularly cleared of falling leaves. If your pond is suffering from a build up of floating weeds or plants that have become overgrown, thin them back so they don't take over and then use a simple net to keep your pond free of fallen leaves and in tip top shape throughout the autumn months.

3. Plant spring flowering bulbs

Give your borders the once over and then plant bulbs ready for spring. Things like daffodils, crocus, tulips and alliums are ideal for planting now, so make sure you plan ahead if you want to enjoy a riot of colour in your borders come spring. Take a look at the top 10 spring flowering bulbs here.

Planting Spring flowering bulbs

4. Pick up fallen fruits

If you have fruiting trees, particularly apple trees, you're likely to have dropped fruits littering your garden. Don't make the mistake of leaving them there and thinking they'll provide food to wildlife and will quickly rot away. If you have a wild section in your garden, this might be an acceptable approach to take, but fallen apples left on your lawn to rot over winter will lead to unsightly patches of dead grass if left, so it's best to pick up fallen fruit rather than leave it.

5. Take care of your lawn

Now is a great time to patch up any less than perfect areas of your lawn by sewing new grass seed. Make sure you rake up any fallen leaves first and that you prepare the ground accordingly for the best chance of it taking. Sowing a new lawn can be done as late as mid-October.

6. Make the most of, and enjoy your harvest!

From root vegetable to potatoes and cooking apples, if you grow anything in your garden now is the time of year to reap the rewards of your labour! If you're lucky enough to have a bumper crop of anything in particular, consider preserving, freezing or gifting what's left to ensure nothing goes to waste.

Harvesting fruit in Autumn

7. Give you lawn a final pre-winter cut

It's likely that you won't need to mow your lawn for a good few months so now's the best time to give your lawn the once over with the mower. Early to mid October should be the last time you'll need to mow your lawn here in the UK unless that is the grass continues growing through an unusually, and lets face it, unlikely mild winter.

Remember though you'll need to wait for a fair day as it's not a good idea to mow frosty or even wet grass which can cause damage to the turf.

8. Trim hedges

Now is a great time to trim hedges but watch it if you want to do any heaving pruning of shrubs at the same time. It's best to ensure this is carried out as early as possible to avoid damage, however when it comes to evergreen hedges, a simple maintenance trim and tidy up is ideal for being carried out in Autumn when it's still mild enough to enjoy spending time outdoors working in the garden!

For more great Autumn gardening tips, take a look at RHS monthly gardening tips.

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1. Utilise storage space under your bed

Unless you have a divan bed, the space beneath your bed can often go underutilised, or worse, can end up a real mess with random items shoved under the bed to keep them out of the way. One of the best ways to utilise this space is to get organised and inexpensive plastic storage boxes with lids that can even be stacked one on top of the other are a great way to make use of this space, helping to keep it tidy and organised at the same time!

2. Create more space inside kitchen cupboards

Spices, tins and even crockery can be stored more efficiently if you use cupboard organisers or risers. These are typically free-standing plastic or wire shelves that you can pop inside cupboards to create extra space. They are inexpensive to buy and allow you to stack items, making use of the full height of your cupboards!

3. Make use of vertical space

Tall bookshelves that make better use of the vertical space available in your home can provide valuable storage which doesn't mean you'll have to compromise on giving up floor space that might not have.

4. Use your doors to create extra hanging space

Over door hooks make it easy to add storage inside cupboards, wardrobes and of course behind the back of doors! Requiring no tools or fixings, they will simply slot over the top of your doors, providing hanging storage for things like coats and scarves. Smaller versions exist for kitchen cupboard doors too, making them ideal for things like tea towels.

5. Hang items on your kitchen wall

Instead of a kitchen counter top utensil holder, a hanging wall rack in your kitchen can help to save valuable counter space. Everything from magnetic knife holders to spice racks can be attached to kitchen walls to free up more space and keep things more organised.

6. Transfer irregular shaped kitchen essentials into reusable containers

The big benefit of transferring things like sugar, flour, tea, coffee and so on into reusable containers is that they are sturdy and stackable, so you'll be able to store more in the same amount of space. Choose square or rectangular-shaped storage canisters so they can be place side by side, with more stacked on top to make the best use of all available space inside your cupboards.

7. Organise craft and DIY supplies

For crafty types, it's easy for collections of paint, yarn, fabric and so on to start taking over the house! The easiest way to get your craft supplies organised and to make them easier to find when you need them, is to get them stored away into suitable storage. Portable plastic storage drawers, plastic containers with lids and even shelving units will help keep things need and tidy and for yarn hoarders, using a large zippered bag is a great way to keep all of your yarn in once place, along with your collection of knitting needles! The same goes for DIY items which can quickly accumulate and grow into a vast collection of rarely used gadgets and gizmos, store them together out of the way in a cupboard, utility room, shed or garage.

8. Be ruthless and throw it out!

When it comes to clothing, did you know the average woman owns 7 pairs and jeans and the average man owns 6 pairs? When it comes to clothing, you're probably guilty of having multiple items in your wardrobe that you just don't wear. As a general rule, if it's not been worn in the past 12 months, then it's likely to be taking up unnecessary space in your wardrobe. Be ruthless. Anything that doesn't fit, that's looking worn and tatty or that rarely gets worn should be thrown out. Anything new or still in good condition should be taken to your local charity shop, or try your luck by selling it somewhere like eBay, but whatever you do, don't keep clothes you don't wear cluttering up your wardrobe.

9. Store seasonal items away

One of the easiest ways to create a bit more space is to make sure you only have items in your home that you need and use on a day to day basis. If you have a garage or shed, then rarely used items like step ladders, wallpaper pasting tables, decorating supplies, sporting accessories and so on, should be stored out the way. The same applies for seasonal clothing, so in Autumn, move all of your summer clothing into a suitcase and up into the attic and come Spring, swap your winter wardrobe for your summer clothing. If you don't have a garage or shed, then relegate the things you don't often use or seasonal clothing up into the attic or failing that, the spare room so they aren't in your way and taking up space, but you'll still know where to find them should you need them! Tidy tips toy box

10. The floor is not storage!

We've all done it, taken clothes off after a shower or after a long and tiring day and simply dropped them on the floor, leaving future-you, or your spouse, with the task of tidying up after you. Making sure you have a laundry basket in a strategic, logical place (for example in your en-suite bathroom or on the landing) will make it much easier and far less likely that you'll be tempted to leave dirty laundry on the floor. Putting things into the laundry basket really does make life easier and if your kids are finding it a challenge, consider placing their own pop-up laundry hamper right in their bedroom. The same goes for toys too. Get them into the habit from a young age of putting toys away after they are played with, a large plastic container makes the ideal toy box and means there's no excuse for leaving (and potentially tripping over) clothing or toys strewn around on the floor! Still in need of inspiration? Check out Marie Kondo's 10 tips to make you more tidy now.

For tips and information on all things moving related, follow us on FacebookLinkedin or Twitter

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28th November 2019
10 Easy Tips For A Neater Tidier Home

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10 Quick Ways To Spruce Up Your Garden Before Putting Your Property Up For Sale

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4th October 2019
Essential Seasonal Gardening Tips For Tending Your Garden In Autumn

As the season turns and we settle into Autumn, there’s an mistakable freshness to the air as temperatures begin to drop and the