Roost episode 2 is now live and there's a ton of home improvement inspiration packed into the show, including patio ideas for every space and how to nail decorating with grey. We'll also reveal the best flooring for your hallway so you can wow guests with a show-stopping entrance.
And, for UK viewers, there's a chance to win a bundle of security from Yale in this week’s competition. Entering couldn't be simpler – all you have to do is watch and then answer the question below.
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Watch Roost Episode 2
So what exactly is in Roost episode 2? You'll discover clever garden design ideas to make your outdoor space welcoming, just in time for lockdown restrictions lifting. From garden wall ideas, to climbing plants and adding impact with tropical garden ideas, there's inspiration for every size of space.
Next up, find a plethora of grey living room ideas, from using a contrasting bold hue, to warming a cool grey shade with blush tones. We uncover ways to make a tonal combination successful, such as adding textures and varying proportions.
Then, we cover three of the best choices for hallway flooring, all of which can be used with underfloor heating if you want to free up wall space and do away with your radiators. You'll learn how to paint floorboards, make a statement with patterns and borders and inject period style back into homes that have lost their original features.
So, take five and feast your eyes on Roost episode 2:
In the second episode of Roost, we're giving away Yale's Ultimate Smart Security Bundle, which comprises of a Yale Linus® Smart Lock, a Connect Bridge, a Linus Smart Keypad, a Linus Adjustable Cylinder, a Front Door WiFi Camera, a Sync Smart Home Alarm Family Plus Kit – plus, installation.
All you need to do to enter is watch the episode and fill in the form below…
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