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If you find it difficult to say goodbye to summer, we have a great way for you to hang on to the outdoor season .
Let’s explore how you can turn your home into a relaxing sanctuary.
Summer means different things to different people. For us, it’s all about taking some time to breathe, unplug and re-energise, either on a beach somewhere or at home. In this post, we share some ideas for turning your home into the summer house of your dreams.
Scientists have shown that training for only a few minutes at high intensities triggers molecular changes in our muscles that are equivalent to those produced after several hours of physical exercise. Based on this knowledge, here's the most condensed and efficient workout, with as few accessories as possible.
There are many ways you can reuse and repurpose everyday items – some are practical, some will make your life easier and some are just beautiful.
If you have a garage, then you’ll know that it can be hard to keep everything in its place and actually have a workspace that works. There are some incredible garage storage solutions out there which look amazing but cost a fortune. We’ve got some practical and more affordable suggestions that can transform your garage into a really great workspace.
Balconies are wonderful – fresh air in the city, a view to treasure or just simply outside space where it’s a joy to spend time. Whether your balcony is large or small, making the best use of the space is critical. Here are a few of our ideas as to how Keter products can help make this space amazing.
A shed can seem to be a complicated purchase. Metal, wood or plastic? Where to put it? How to build a base? Have a look at our top 5 tips on buying a shed which will make the whole thing a lot simpler.
They may be great for exercise and fun to ride but storing bikes can be a pain. Whether they’re the kids’ bikes or yours, electric, folding or just regular bikes, you’ll want to keep them both secure and protected from the weather. And where do all the helmets, pumps and other things go?