Designing and decorating my new home has refreshed my understanding about many of the processes which I go through with my clients, and principal amongst these has been working with colour.
These are the last few weeks of the tomato harvest, so how do you make the most of what remains?
We found this place - in Tighnabruaich - 10 years ago.
Down at the Auchinstarry Marina, near Kilsyth, Iain Withers and his girlfriend Sarah Wakeford have just finished breakfast aboard the narrowboat Marback Pheonix.
For once, this summer the problem for gardeners is too little rather than too much water.
This month and next are prime times for sharpening your secateurs, since most fruit bushes and trees need pruning in summer for a better harvest the following year, and deciduous hedges must be clipped for extra bushiness.
Using light to design a home is trickier than you might think, because new technologies and regulations affect the type and number of fittings you can have in a domestic setting.
Every night I charge my phone on my bedside table but find the cable really ugly to look at so this week's project will show you how to cover this up.
The bearded iris is an early summer treat whose rhizomes should be lifted and divided now if you want more for free.
When I found this pattern online for a bird-shaped pin cushion, I couldn't resist and thought I would share with you some tips which you can use to make many different shapes.
WE have lived in this flat in Govanhill's south side for nearly seven years and the kitchen was the reason we bought the place.
WEDDING season is upon us and if you are anything like me you'll love getting dolled up for the big event.
As I said last week, keeping a close eye on your plants is the key to picking up any problems they may be having.