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  • Maximize space in your small kitchen

    A small kitchen is no reason to sacrifice a kitchen’s functionality (or style). Here are some top tips to maximize space in your small kitchen whilst making it look great in the process. So next time you are revamping your kitchen with new kitchen cupboard doors take some time to maximize the space you have too.

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  • Kitchen Trends to Look Out for Heading in to 2017

    The kitchen is undoubtedly the heart of the home, whether you are cooking or socialising the kitchen tends to be the place to be, as the song goes “you’ll always find me in the kitchen and parties”. The kitchen needs to be functional, accessible but also stylish and appealing. A good looking kitchen goes a long way which is why, here at Just Doors, we have complied a list of kitchen design trends to look out for in 2017 to ensure you are ahead in the design stakes and that your kitchen is the best it can be.

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  • Christmas Food Traditions Around The World

    The kitchen is the most important room in the house over the Christmas period as many delicious dishes are created to help us celebrate the festive season. There are many variations of the Christmas dinner eaten around the world so we thought we would take a closer look at what other countries will be tucking in to this Christmas.

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  • Landlords: Refurbish To Let - Cost Effective Home Improvements

    For all Landlords, there is a balance between their bottom line and providing a pleasant environment which tenants both respect and want to live in. The most difficult area to achieve the right balance is undoubtedly during the refurbishment and redecoration of your property.

    Whether you have just purchased a property to fully renovate, or are looking to give your rented property an update, we have put together some tips on cost effective refurbishment.

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  • How to update your kitchen & add value to your home

    Experts across the home improvement industry are all in agreement, if you want to sell your home quickly and at the right price, and only have the budget to renovate a single room, you should focus on your kitchen. Why? It’s simple, because the kitchen is undoubtedly the most multi functional room in the home.

    Gone are the days of the kitchen just being for cooking, today the kitchen is a place for socialising, unwinding after a long day, hosting dinner parties and even somewhere quiet for the kids to do their homework. With the Kitchen offering so many purposes, it’s no surprise to learn that a new kitchen can easily add 4-7% on the value of your home.

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  • 2016 Top 10 Kitchen Gadgets Under £50

    Today we are going to be looking through some of our favourite kitchen utensils and gadgets for this year. This doesn’t mean the most expensive gadgets, but rather the most practical, creative and best value for money.

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  • Food and Romance at Home

    Welcome to our latest blog post at Just Doors where we have decided to bring you something seasonal! Love is almost in the air with February 14th approaching fast and we have combined food with romance in offering you some great date night ideas. Which would you choose?

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  • How to update your kitchen on a budget

    Typically a new kitchen will add 4.6% to the value of your home, however if you are looking to either increase the value of your home, or simply update what has become a tired looking kitchen, you don’t need to put yourself through the disruption and expense of installing an entire new kitchen.

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  • The Advantages of MDF

    MDFMDF which stands for ‘Medium Density Fiberboard’ (we bet you didn’t know that), is a clear favourite when it comes to furniture and accessories. Today at Just Doors we are answering some of the common questions associated with this widely used material, including how MDF for wardrobe doors will benefit the home.

    What is MDF made from?
    Similar to particle board, MDF is an engineered wood composite, dense in feel and appearance yet in comparison to the aforementioned is much stronger. With the application of extremely high temperatures, both hard and softwood residuals are further broken down and packed together with binders such as wax and various resins. Force is used in order to press down the combination resulting in large sheets of MDF.

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  • 3 Ways To Hang a Christmas Wreath on your Front Door without Making a Hole!


    The festive season is upon us and here at Just Doors we have compiled a post describing the top three ways to hang a Christmas wreath without the need to put a hole in your door!

    Without further ado let’s delve into the realms of possibility.

    1. Command Hooks

    If you are unaware of Command hooks, they WILL change your life (or at least the way you decorate for the Christmas holidays)! These clever little objects aren’t just for Christmas however. They are an absolute must have for any home with the ability to be incorporated into regular interior décor projects. The idea behind these hooks lies within strips that attach to flat surfaces causing no damage when pulled away. Attaching to the strips they can be stuck to the desired surface.

    Command hooks come in varying shapes and sizes and when choosing these you need be mindful of what they will be used to hang, and where they will be placed. When it comes to your Christmas Wreath the hook is required to be strong in order to take weight into consideration and counteract varying elements of the weather.

    The fact command hooks come off surfaces easily is the icing on the cake (but remember to read the instructions as there are some precautions to take)!

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