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Home & Garden Improvements for 2016

  • 31st January 2016

For many people, the start of a new year can only mean one thing – change. For some, this is improving lifestyle habits while for others it can be improving their homes and gardens.  This is sometimes for peace of mind, but a lot of the time, it is inspired by a simple desire to move...

Nursery Makeover

  • 27th January 2016

One of the many factors that influence us when making that all-important decision regarding where to send children for day care, especially when it comes to nurseries and schools, is the availability of outdoor space and gardens. While this decision is often an important one, it is not always a...

Take the Play Indoors

  • 20th January 2016

There are  over 8 million  children in schools around the country. The vast majority of these schools having plenty of outdoor space, complete with a playground and natural landscape. However, for many schools in highly urbanised areas (particularly in London), the very notion of a...

Thought about Rainwater Harvesting?

It is the year 2016, and although many of us have the very best of intentions, it is not always possible to be as green or as eco-friendly as we would like. However, if one of your goals is to incorporate being green into your everyday life this year, then read on, as we might just have the...

Give Your Garden Some TLC

  • 11th January 2016

Winter 2015/2016 has been full of ups and downs. On the one hand it has been mild and warm enough to trick plants into flowering early, and trees into sprouting new leaves. Yet, it has also brought us devastating storms, flooding and snow across many parts of the country. Here at Artificial Lawn...

Combat the Bad Weather Blues

  • 4th January 2016

Many people across the UK suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder or "winter depression"; in varying degrees. This isn't surprising really, given our tendency towards rainy, wet weather, all year round. We'd all like to live in warmer climes, but that's not always possible, so here at...