Roost is live! Watch our new show packed with outdoor space ideas and blue decor

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Drum roll please… The debut episode of Roost, our brand new weekly show aimed at improving your home and garden is now live! If you need some inspiration to get started on your own home improvements, then you’ve got to watch the latest episode. It’s packed with inspiring ideas and plenty of practical advice, from kitchen flooring ideas to stylish garden patio ideas.

And, for UK viewers, there’s a chance to win a room’s worth of stunning Amtico Spacia flooring in this week’s competition. Entering couldn’t be simpler – all you have to do is watch and then answer the question below.

Roost - a kitchen island in a contemporary kitchen with bar stools - Amtico flooring

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So what exactly is in Roost’s very first episode? Firstly, if you’re in search of a new kitchen floor, you’ve come to the right place. We cover three of the most durable and easy-to-clean materials to use for hardwearing kitchen floors, without compromising on style.

Next up, you’ll find out how to design an outdoor living space, just in time for sunny days ahead. From choosing the right garden furniture and decorating the space, to patio heating and fire pits, there are ideas for every space.

Then, we deep dive into clever blue color schemes to inspire your next redecorating project, from blue bedroom ideas to moody blue living room ideas. Find out how to mix colors such as creating a soothing blue and green combination, or a blue scheme with contrasting orange. There are so many tones to choose from – from pale sky blue to the rich and vibrant Yves Klein blue.

Without further ado, grab a coffee and take a look at what’s in the very first episode of Roost:

Competition time!

In our first episode of Roost, we’re giving away a whopping 25sqm of Spacia flooring from Amtico to kit out a room in your home. All you need to do to enter is watch the episode and fill in the form below…

Please note this competition is open only to UK residents.

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