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Don’t worry, changing your winter bedding to summer bedding is simple and only takes a couple of steps. The first thing you need to switch is your duvet. When you’re buying your new duvet, you need to select a low tog rating for summer. Over the winter months, you’ll need a duvet with a tog rating of 13.5 or 15.0 to keep you nice and toasty, but in the summer, opt for a duvet with a tog rating of 4.5. This is a very light quilt which will keep you at a nice temperature on summer nights.
Decorating your home can be a stressful time.
First, you need to decide exactly what furniture you want, how you want it arranged, what curtains and carpets you'd like and most importantly, what colour scheme you want to follow.
As soon as you've decided how you want it, you then need to visit stores and trawl the web for your perfect décor at a price to suit your budget.
Then, when you do get around to actually starting, it's a case of clearing the room, sorting your belongings ready to store away, find places for items you want to keep but don't want in that particular room anymore and set aside a few days to get the whole thing sorted.
Sounds stressful, doesn't it?
It doesn't have to be! With our top tips for adding colour to your room, you can overhaul your home with minimal stress...
At Tony's Textiles, we pride ourselves on our customer service, not only in store but online too. We want you to have the best experience when buying from us and will always be here to answer any questions about your orders.
So, when we were informed that we had achieved accreditation from Feefo, the independent and trusted ratings and reviews platform, we were over the moon that you were all so happy with your purchases!
As the temperatures rise and the sun starts to shine through your windows, it might be time to store away the thick duvet and cosy throws for when the weather gets colder again and get your home ready for the spring/summer season.
There are lots of touches that you can add to your home to create a cosy spring time feel, and you don't have to change your entire décor to do so.
Small touches like bunches of bright and pastel flowers or daffodils are perfect for brightening up the dull corners, and a few extra textile products can transform your home completely. Candles in fresh scents are also a nice touch for the spring season.
During the autumn months, you may like to fill your home with autumnal flowers in oranges and brown, cosy throws and fairylights, before the Christmas decorations take over during the winter. With a Christmas tree, lights and festive trinkets around your home during December and into the New Year, your home may feel a little bare and boring in the first couple of months in the year.
Now that spring is here, let's look at some little touches you can add to bring the sunshine into your home...
Christmas is all about spending time with family and friends. But if you're entertaining during the festive period, there are some essentials you need to remember.
You'll want your guests to have a great time, so it's important that you make them feel as comfortable as possible... As well as ensuring they're well fed, watered and entertained.
With that in mind, here are our top tips and must-haves for entertaining this Christmas.