Londons Dirtiest Buildings

An energy survey that carried out recently on several public buildings in and around London shows that Buckingham Palace is the least energy efficient of them all. The palace which was built in 1820 and was first ever occupied by Queen Victoria received the worst possible green score of 0 out of 10 when a …

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Emotional Wellbeing And Interior Design Explaining The Profession

If you visit a school or library in London and ask people what they think interior design means, they will often talk endlessly about pretty colours and delightful fabrics. But really there is so much more to London interior design. An essential part of the profession is focused on the physical and emotional effects of …

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Kitchen Design Topics Countertops

If cabinets are the cake of luxury kitchen design, then countertops are most definitely the cherry on top. Long gone are the days of just opting for the most sympathetic granite laminate for your fitted kitchen. Today, countertops come in a wealth of quality materials and a spectrum of colours. They can hold a whole …

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Ralph Lauren Interior Design – London Has It All

London has always been the home of best interior designers in the world. They are considered as the fashion capital and to date; no country or place could ever match that reputation. One brand has been very reputable when it comes to fashion and that is Ralph Lauren. They are known for high-fashioned clothes for …

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Again it’s going to be housing

Again it’s going to be housing that is too expensive for the a lot of first time buyers, three, four and five bed houses and this along with the proposed housing behind the garage, the main road is going to be a nightmare. The Council didn’t really want this to go through but the Parish …

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