Recycling became a big part of household waste management. Councils in the UK face more and more challenges in terms of dealing with both, household and commercial waste.
With landfills quickly filling up we are asked to segregate our domestic rubbish before it is collected and transported to a waste management facility.
Many residents struggle with a space for additional recycling bins therefore throw their rubbish to the bin destined for a landfill.
In Edinburgh, the city council offers 3 wheelie bins: grey - for landfill, green - recycling (cardboard, plastic & aluminium tins) & brown - garden waste (collection of this bin costs £25 per year). Separate, additional containers are for glass and food waste.
So what can be done?
Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue has been announced as the colour of 2020.
"Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era."
Who would have predicted the expansion of high fashion into our kitchens? Fashion giants have been influence our wardrobes for decades, now they look into our homes.
Luxurious house textiles, furniture, art-work and accessories were reserved for elites until they became affordable.
Big names are not scared or ashamed to work with brands, such as H&M, and these collaboration became a norm.
Dolce & Gabbana has joined forces with SMEG to bring us a unique range of kitchen accessories.
Home Connect has recently been introduced. It is a system that allows you to control your appliances over your Wi-Fi. But how does it work?
Moving into a new property is always exciting. Unfortunately, sometimes the interiors that we find in our new home do not meet our expectations. Having bespoke cabinetry allows you to take advantage of challenging and unused spaces that the standard range kitchens just won't. It also gives you an opportunity to imprint your own personality, creating a unique and functional space that you will love. Here's how we did it...
The purpose of a kitchen has evolved. As before, the kitchen was a room we only cooked in, now it also serves as a social space. Previously female dominated, the kitchen is now a family space where everyone is welcome. Kitchen appliances took over most of the time consuming jobs so we can spend time elsewhere.
Growing in popularity open plan kitchens face a new challenge - cooking smells.
As in some kitchens a contemporary cooker hood is part of a design, in others it is something we would like to hide away.
So what are the options?
Popularity of food waste disposers is growing in the UK. Households in the USA and Australia treat them as a necessity but what is their impact on the environment and local services in the UK.
Kaelo, an innovative British product, offers a unique wine chilling experience.
Instead of keeping your wine in a wine fridge or chiller you can now have it nicely cooled within a reach.
Kaelo can be built into your worktop, bar of even a sofa.
Incorporating TV screen, DVD player, router, etc. into our living spaces is a challenge.
When the space serves more that a purpose of media room, a wall designed to hold the technology, would be a perfect solution.
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