February 25, 2011
Leicester, United Kingdom (RPRN) 02/25/11 — The time of year for spring cleaning is once again here. But instead of simply carrying out a routine clear out why not use the time more effectively? To bring a real sense of freshness into the home take inspiration from The Home Improvement Centre, a leading website covering all interior needs.
Homeware retailers like John Lewis, Laura Ashley and B&Q have each unveiled their new look collections for spring/summer 2011, and many of their best products and style suggestions can be found at www.thehomeimprovementcentre.com.
The newly styled accessories and furniture currently on sale makes spring cleaning the perfect opportunity to revamp cluttered, dated or unloved rooms. In celebration of this, The Home Improvement Centre is offering the latest tips and advice for interiors in preparation of the changing season.
Information and pictures can be found on the following subjects, and more:
Some of the top trends available for viewing includes the new honeysuckle pink colour for 2011 by the Pantone Colour Institute, ideas on how to improve your bedroom, news on the hottest kitchen trends, including wine cellars, and scores of exciting ideas on how to transform your garden into a true outdoor living space.
David Holmes, Founder of The Home Improvement Centre, said: “With the promise of spring on its way many homeowners are embarking on home improvement projects to shake off the winter blues. That’s why The Home Improvement Centre is constantly updating its content to help you make the most of your home. Visit the website for the latest expert advice, helpful articles, leading trends and inspirational photo galleries.”
For more information on the home improvement industry, in depth features and leading household specialists, please visit www.thehomeimprovementcentre.com
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