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Two north London extensions have been shortlisted as among London’s best and most innovative home improvements.

Solid oak is probably one of the most durable materials to opt for when buying furniture.

Floors are playing a starring role in interiors and there’s a definite trend towards using eye-catching patterns and shapes, with geometric and Moroccan-inspired designs being particularly popular at the moment.

When buying new appliances, people generally want advice on which brand to buy.

Apart from your kitchen, your bathroom is probably the hardest-working room in your home. It’s a frequently used space that has to stand up to the wear and tear of daily traffic and the dampness caused by hot baths and showers.

A new kitchen is one of the most expensive purchases you are likely to make inside your home. Considered by many homeowners and buyers as the most important room, it will add value when you decide to sell your home and should make a good return on your investment.

Studio flats can make a great first time property purchase but in a good location, they are also popular with investors. Here’s a pick of some outstanding options currently on the market.

The borough of Camden has more than 5,600 listed buildings from different eras, and in varying architectural styles, ranging from the 11th century St Pancras Old Church to the Alexandra Road Estate built between 1972 and 1978.

Today’s kitchen is often the hub of the home, where we cook, entertain or relax with family and friends over a cuppa. Here are three properties for sale in north London with fantastic open plan kitchens.

Whether period property or luxury modern, there’s just something about the birds’ eye views from a penthouse that has enduring appeal.

A passion for beautiful objects, design and harmony is what Dasha Slavinskaya has built her interior design business on. The Russian born founder of Pret-a-Meubler sees her work as an ever-evolving process which brings together specifically sourced antique items, art and contemporary pieces.

There’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy on TV this Christmas as the channels compete with a bumper feast of festive delights to draw the viewers in. From a selection box of brand new programmes, to a stocking full of seasonal specials, we take a look at what’s on offer this Christmas on TV…

A donation of just £21.62 would buy one homeless person warmth, food and support this Christmas.

We’ve picked out six gift ideas for those who enjoy a tipple.

Whether you’re a gin fan or not, the Sacred Christmas Pudding version should get your taste buds wondering enough to try it. Especially, as it’s distilled by hand, by one man from his home in Talbot Road, Highgate from a handwritten family recipe dating back to the 1920s.

With Christmas comes a host of movies to the big screen, from festive family comedies to action blockbusters. Here is our pick of the best out next month.

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