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How To Make Your House A Home

11:45 Thu 17th Jun 2010 |

Many of us have, at one time or another, picked up a paint brush or a screwdriver and done a bit of DIY. Whether it is to redecorate a new home or simply spruce up your existing one people are DIYing it for themselves often every weekend. It can be relatively easy to give your home a new look without breaking the bank.

One of the most important things to have when you are completing a project is a quality supplier like Roy Allen Supplies. With more than 25 years experience in the trade they offer an enormous range of superb door handles, door fixtures and door furniture to suit all tastes and pockets. You will be getting a personal service which is often lacking in other national home supplies chains.

If the housing market and the current financial climate are not doing so well home owners will often turn to redecorating to give their homes a fresh look and feel when moving house is not an option.

When you want to add a bit of glamour to your living room then why not add crystal door knobs to the doors. Perhaps you are redecorating in a more rustic or traditional fashion then a range of bronze or antique door knobs will give your rooms that special authentic touch.

If you have just moved house it may be that you are looking to give it a stamp of your own individuality; what better way to start than with a unique door knocker or a shiny letter box cover, this will give visitors a stylish first impression of who you are. In addition, you could easily spruce up your kitchen or bedroom units with some trendy new cupboard knobs and handles.

Painting your doors to match the walls is a great way to make the perceived space in your room increase. This can make the door fittings stand out even more than usual so you may want to have a similar type which will blend in or a contrasting type which will stand out depending on what look you are going for.

Whatever your project, big or small, you can find all the exciting door furniture you need at Roy Allen Supplies.

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