Homemade jam is roaring back into fashion, new sales figures have revealed. Demand for jam making equipment has SOARED to become one of the fastest selling lines on the high street. A glut of British home grown summer fruits combined with a recession driven desire to save cash is behind the trend, say experts.
Homebase is introducing over 400 new cookshop accessories this summer, offering customers a stunning selection to help bring more life to their kitchens and dining rooms.
Introducing five on-trend collections - Baking Days, Revival, Colourama, Metro and Farmhouse - each range offers stylishly functional cooking accessories as well as practical items for different dining occasions throughout the year. For those looking to make a quick change to the look of their kitchen, there are a variety of worktop items available in colours ranging from creams, reds, greens and chrome.
Judges at the centenary Chelsea Flower Show have awarded The Homebase Garden - 'Sowing the seeds of Change', in association with Alzheimer's Society, a prestigious Gold medal. Designed by Adam Frost, it is a modern family garden, providing an environment where families can enjoy not only a connection with nature and food for both themselves and wildlife, but also an outdoor space where they can spend time with family and friends.
New research recently revealed that a lack of daylight impacts how we go about our day-to-day lives.
Over half of us Brits are feeling depressed by the long, dark evenings. Over 48% of people said they were spending less than four hours a week outside in the daytime - with a similar percentage of 16 to 34-year-olds claiming to see no daylight at all, according to a survey out today by home enhancement retailer Homebase.
Homebase is updating its 'Home of Colour' wallpaper range, designed to help customers decorate their home in a creative and co-ordinated approach this autumn.
With 24 different wallpapers on offer, the new selection is made up of patterns including florals, stripes, and squares across a variety of bold and neutral colours, reflecting the growing trend of feature walls entering the home.
Forget bright colours and funky prints and rugs – when we get our first homes it seems we play it safe and decorate just the same as our parents.
Neutral colour schemes, white front doors and traditional wooden kitchen suites are dominating homes of both young, first time buyers and older people according to a survey carried out on behalf of Homebase.
Homebase will launch a new upholstery range this autumn presenting a selection of stylish, handcrafted home furniture.
With a range of six different sofa options, two occasional chairs in 28 fabric and three leather selections, customers will be able to choose their style and look making it as individual as their homes are.
Homebase introduces a stylish selection of more than 400 lights this Autumn Winter
28th September 2012
Homebase, one of the UK’s leading home enhancement retailers, is introducing its biggest ever home lighting range for Autumn Winter 2012.
A stylish range of over 400 lights will be introduced in-store and online offering both contemporary and classic selections. New lights have been introduced across all product categories including floor lamps, table lamps, shades & bases and ceiling lights – all of which will be available across a range of styles and price points to suit all tastes and budgets.