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Who doesn’t love a good fireplace? Even non-functional ones can make any living room feel comfy, cosy and warm. They are a wonderful centrepiece and are bound to catch the
Choosing the colour of your beautiful kitchen worktop isn’t a decision to be made lightly. Once installed, it’s very difficult – and costly – to change. It’s not like you
Say ‘Surrey’ and people usually picture sprawling, mock-Tudor mansions astride a wide road heading directly to London. Or wonderful detached homes with gently sloping gardens that roll down towards
We all like to do things that add value to our home, whether we want to sell in the near future or not. A new bathroom, a fresh coat
The differences between granite and quartz For many of us, choosing a kitchen worktop comes down to just one thing – which one looks best? However, while you don’t need
Losing someone who meant the world to you is one of life’s greatest challenges. You might feel helpless right now – like the whole world has fallen in on you
There will be many people out there reading this, thinking: ‘Surely no one needs to be told how to behave at a funeral?’ and they’d be right. To a point.
Many aspects of modern life rely on tradition and symbolism, whether we are aware or not, and funerals are no exception. The way we say goodbye and pay tribute to
All you want to do when planning a funeral is provide a day the deceased would be proud of. A day on which everyone can gather together and grieve, say
In many ways, the music selected to play at the funeral of a loved one is the greatest tribute to who they were. It’s something that everyone in the room
Some funerals are sullen in their reflective melancholy, while others are designed as celebrations of life. Some follow traditions and a religious direction; others are inoffensive and irreverent to both.