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Shopping Guide: Shopping for Multilevel Coffee Tables1h 11m Updated Shopping Guide: Shopping for Multilevel Coffee Tables
A coffee table doesn’t have to be a static object in the center of the living room — with multiple surfaces, it can add function and enliven a space.
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 Mel B and Stephen Belafonte slash $1.5m off Hollywood Hills home 3h Mel B and Stephen Belafonte slash $1.5m off Hollywood Hills home
Mel B has now slashed the price of the Hollywood Hills marital home she shared with her ex by $1.5 million in a bid to secure a quick sale.
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 Sarah Beeny picks a two-bed London flat as bargain of the month  4h Updated Sarah Beeny picks a two-bed London flat as bargain of the month 
Years of house price inflation mean that a two-bedroom flat for £400,000 can be a good deal in London, which is why Sarah Beeny picked this as her bargain property of the month.
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 Savills reveals the most expensive new flats in Dublin 6h Updated Savills reveals the most expensive new flats in Dublin
The luxury homes in Dublin have been painstakingly constructed, as reflected in the careful preservation of 150-year-old trees included on the development.
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Scottish Power’s new meter wasn’t a smart move9h Scottish Power’s new meter wasn’t a smart move
We have no signal and so I knew it wouldn’t work ... but it went ahead anyway
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 Warring Mel B and Stephen Belafonte slash $1.5m off the asking price of their Hollywood Hills home 9h Warring Mel B and Stephen Belafonte slash $1.5m off the asking price of their Hollywood Hills home
Mel B has now slashed the price of the Hollywood Hills marital home she shared with her ex by $1.5 million in a bid to secure a quick sale.
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Why is a top mattress firm giving me a bumpy ride?33h Why is a top mattress firm giving me a bumpy ride?
Simba has a ‘no-quibble’ guarantee but it hasn’t fixed a ridge running down the middle
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Seventies survivor: my time-warp bungalow34h Seventies survivor: my time-warp bungalow
Sheridan Coakley revitalised British design through his shop, SCP. Now he’s doing the same with his Hampshire home At the far end of Sheridan Coakley’s 1970s bungalow is a bathroom that has been frozen in time. It is encased in high-gloss brown tiles. There are two brown sinks built into a vanity unit the shape of a baby grand piano. A 40-year-old beige shagpile carpet creeps up the walls. It’s like stepping into a bowl of chocolate ganache. “It is kind of kitsch,” admits Coakley. The house was built by a local architect for a bachelor – an engineer with a Porsche Targa in the car port – in 1974. “Because he was an engineer, everything is such good quality,” says Coakley, who bought the property from the original owner 15 years ago. He’d been searching for a house in the area for two years before seeing it advertised in the local paper.
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Mini ponds for compact gardens34h Mini ponds for compact gardens
Bring a small plot to life with a water feature – however tiny Of all the ingredients that make up a garden – trees, boundaries, seating areas, planted beds, lawns – in my experience there is nothing that captures the interest of the visitor time and time again quite like a water feature. Place one in any plot and it is hands down the first thing our eyes are drawn to and the one we are most likely to wander towards to inspect most closely. This unique ability for water not only to catch our interest but to hold it longer than any other landscape feature is probably something that has been hardwired into our psychology since we wandered the Serengeti. However, in our increasingly tiny gardens, ponds are often thought of as an impossible dream, something only for those with rolling lawns and acres of space. But get your planting choice right and anyone can have a stunning piece of nature in a container as small as 60cm wide, which will fit into little patios, backyards and roof terraces.
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Routes and roots: mapping my walks | Allan Jenkins34h Routes and roots: mapping my walks | Allan Jenkins
Favourite flowers and much-loved trees are a guide to where you live I map my walks in flowers, or at least in interesting trees. There is the heavy-scented perpetual rose I will take a wide detour for if I am walking towards Regent’s Canal; and there’s the semi-wild,
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