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The Finer Details of Transforming A Room

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9:08am 21st April 2017
(Updated 9:11am 21st April 2017)

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Your home is one of the most important places in your world. You spend a lot of time making sure that it is comfortable, stylish, cosy and a place that you want to spend your time relaxing and unwinding.

So when you're renovating or redecorating, the interior design of your home will be of utmost importance. You'll spend time looking at paints, wallpapers, furniture, carpets, even fixtures and fittings. You might create mood boards, spend time browsing the internet, traipsing from DIY store to DIY store. You'll leave no stone unturned.

However, there's probably at least one thing in the room that you might think won't be able to contribute to the style. That aesthetically just won't fit in with the rest of the design.

The radiator. That white piece of metal attached to the wall - you don't even want to put a cover over it in case it stops the heat getting into the room. But it doesn't have to be like that...

Paul Johnson, from Heating Style, based just outside Skipton, joined Stray FM's Home & Garden Show, to lift the lid on options that will bring a bit of art... and warmth... to your home.

View Heating Style's range of radiator art on their website.

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