Deck the halls at Christmas

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – cue the mad rush to make sure your home is all sorted for the festive period, to accommodate the influx of visitors.

Christmas, for most, is a time for family and friends. Our houses are full to the brim with cards, decorations, presents and people! So why not make the most of your home this festive season?

You’ve broken up early from work and have all this time off, so why not put it to good use before the big day and complete some of those overdue home improvements; a lick of paint in the living room, a new bed for when the in-laws stay over or an oven that the humungous turkey will fit into. These may all be high on your agenda however; the hallway is one of the most neglected areas of the house when it comes to arranging home improvements.

The entryway to your home is on full display this time of year with friends, acquaintances, relatives and neighbours popping round to spread some Christmas cheer. So with the hallway constantly being a hive of activity, if you don’t want to leave people outside, it might be time to add a bit of Christmas spirit to your hallway this year – the simplest way being to upgrade your stairparts.

However if the idea of undertaking something deemed as ‘mammoth’ a task as your hallway gives you hives, rest assured, is actually a lot quicker and simpler than you think. Whether you want to add a stylish handrail, change your newels or create a fusion between glass and wood, the different ranges on offer from Richard Burbidge can grant your holiday wish.

Paul Martin, Channel Marketing Manager for Richard Burbidge says: “The difference a new stairpart can make to your hallway is incredible, and by choosing black iron spindles or glass panels you can create a stylish focal point, making your stairs really sparkle this Christmas.”

To find out how easy it is to update your stair parts in time for Christmas or for more inspiration, please visit: www.richardburbidge.co.uk

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