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Breakfast in bed is a decadent way to start the day, and if you’re lucky enough to have someone who will make it for you, even better! You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to enjoy eating the first meal of the day under the duvet, and these six ideas are a little more creative than cereal in a bowl.

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Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Bagels

All you need is fresh smoked salmon, a tub of cream cheese and bagels and you’re good to go. You can lightly toast the bagels, and then, instead of using butter, simply smear cream cheese on them and top with smoked salmon.

Mushroom and Feta Omelettes

Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a great-tasting omelette is sure to out a smile on your face. Simply whisk 2-4 eggs in a bowl with a dash …

Food

What are the trends in interiors this spring? As winter finally loosens its grip, there are a few major influences that will be felt everywhere – some of them quite surprising.

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Embellished textiles

Who thought we’d see macrame, tufting, fringes and other decorative effects making a return? Yet the hottest interior designers are busy embellishing their soft furnishings, in what looks like a reaction to the cool minimalism we’ve seen so much of in the last few years. These finishes give a homely, slightly boho feel to interiors. And for keen crafters, they’re a great opportunity to add homemade touches to the house.

Glittery floors, gold and silver

Not for everyone, it has to be said. Although glitter helps to cheer up a gloomy winter, by mid-summer it may be looking slightly tawdryOTT and you may wish you’d gone for something a bit more classic.

Wooden floors don’t …

Home Improvement

The information in this article about home improvement tips and tricks will surely help you get started with many of your projects. Not only will you save time, but also you will learn valuable resources to help you for all of your future projects. Simply use this guide and it will help you to discover everything you need to know.

If you have small holes in your wall, you can repair them by using spackling paste. Simply apply the paste to fill the holes and wait for it to dry. The paste may expand and crack, so you can apply a little more paste if needed. When dry, sand away any excess until the dried spackle is flush with the wall. Then paint the wall any color you desire.

Patch the holes in your walls with toothpaste! Yes, this is definitely a temporary cover up but it works to hide …

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