I live in a house with very little outdoor space, but I still wanted to grow some of my own food, so I started a container garden on my patio a few years ago. The first year was a steep learning curve with a lot of trial and error, but I've learned a lot about growing vegetables in containers and believe it's a valuable skill for everyone to have. I started this blog to share what I've learned and provide tips for making the most of the outdoor space you have. You'll find posts on a range of topics, such as the nutrients required for healthy vegetable plants, how to prepare your soil, companion planting for natural bug control and succession planting to grow more vegetables in the space you have available. I hope you enjoy my blog.

3 Benefits of Window Blinds You Should Know About

25 August 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When it comes to home renovations, many people have a limited number of ideas. Few properties can be renovated to look like entirely different dwellings, which is why so many homeowners take the focus away from the house and instead turn their attention toward the small details. Interior design is more critical than ever. People spend most of their time at home, which means that even small details play an essential role in our lives. Read More …

Is It Necessary to Purchase Shade Structures for Your School’s Playground?

18 May 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When some people think of shade structures, they tend to envision residential shade sails and awnings, under the belief that these structures are solely beneficial to individuals looking to create outdoor living spaces. But this is incorrect. Certainly, shade structures are commonplace in Australian residential properties, as they provide a straightforward solution to the gruelling sun. However, protection from UV exposure is not limited to households. If you own a school, you are likely familiar with how much the children like to spend time outdoors. Read More …

Reasons to Add a Built-in Wardrobe to Your Bedroom

3 February 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Are you starting to run out of wardrobe space? Whether it's due to an ever-growing clothes collection or an increase in your family size, you may want to consider a built-in wardrobe. If this particular storage option isn't usually on your radar, here are some reasons to invest in one. A Customisable Option That Suits You Whether you have a shoe collection that would make any celebrity jealous or you need to hang suits in pristine conditions, built-in wardrobes can work for you. Read More …

Why Spending More On Outdoor Furniture Now Is Better In The Long Run

26 October 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Outdoor furniture is an essential accessory for every home in Australia because of how popular socialising outdoors is during spring and summer. There is nothing better than enjoying the warm and breezy afternoon days out on your back deck with your friends and family during this more relaxed period. To do that, you need the proper type of furniture that will support you while also being able to last more than a couple of years. Read More …

Why In-Floor Heating Makes Your Home Much More Efficient

31 August 2021
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

In-floor heating has been around for many decades now and it has gone through significant changes in that time. Nowadays, it is not just a luxury but can be part of a well-organised system to create a more efficient heating component in your home. While most people scoff at the idea of in-floor heating, as it costs too much or is too hard to put in place, the truth is that neither of these two common misconceptions holds much weight at all. Read More …