Spice up your home for Christmas

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The run-up to Christmas can be a stressful time, but making sure your home is ready for the festivities doesn’t have to be.

Add a lick of paint

Over the Christmas period, you’re bound to spend more time cooking winter warmers and baking festive treats, so keep your kitchen looking smart with One-Coat Cupboard Paint. It’s tough enough to stand up to all the knocks and scrapes that are bound to happen with a busy kitchen and will keep your cupboards looking fresh all year round.

Combine Christmas colours

Inject pops of festive colour into your interiors this year to really transform your home into a winter wonderland. It’s really easy to include warm reds and holly greens through candles, cushions or even napkins.

Do up your dining table

Apply Ronseal Interior Wax to your dining table to create a beautiful finish that will be the envy of your friends and family at the festive feast. It dries in just 20 minutes, meaning it’s quicker than ever to protect your table from scuffs and spillages.

Perfect your Christmas tree

One of the most important things to perfect for the festivities is your tree! Decide on a colour theme before you buy decorations, tinsel and fairy lights to fit the theme. If you’ve got little ones, get them involved and making decorations too.

Now the preparation for all your hosting this season is done, it’s time to get cook and enjoy the Christmas period.

 

 


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