Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Everest Home Improvements Giveaway: Win £100 of John Lewis shopping vouchers

Much as I love this little house we're in now, I do miss having a bit more space and being able to move between the inside and outdoors more easily. One of the best things we did in the old house was to install giant french doors between the family room and the garden - it's such a good way to link the spaces and to encourage the kids out in the fresh air.

I've always thought of french windows or patio doors as being confined to the living areas of a home, but these pics show that there's no reason why they can't work in a bedroom. In fact, it's a lovely way to make bedrooms a bit more useable in the day, and what could be more dreamy than waking up, flinging open a door and heading out into the sunshine in your pyjamas? 

Sure, you'd have to live in a bungalow, flat, or completely revamp the traditional house format, but I can definitely see the appeal in an unconventional layout if this is what's gained. There are plenty of ideas - conventional and less so - on my new Pinterest board, from traditional period windows to modern bi-fold doors, but all designed to bring in light. Head over and have a look, or browse below.

And for the chance to win £100 of John Lewis vouchers with Everest Home Improvements, leave me a comment with your top tip for brightening up your home in the summer months.

Enter below and give your answer in the comments to be in with a chance of winning. Good luck!

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