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The Evening Standard (London, England), October 6, 2010 | Go to article overview

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Byline: Alison Cork

SUCH A NEAT IDEA

NEATSMITH is offering Homes and Property readers a 10 per cent discount on all sliding wardrobes.

A Neatsmith sliding wardrobe is a perfectly fitting use of your personal space, with everything tailored to meet your exact needs.

It's ideal for any room and any shape -- including those awkward spaces with sloping ceilings.

These bespoke wardrobes are available in a choice of wood finishes including various oaks and walnut. Soft-close drawers are included as standard and there's also a host of thoughtful touches such as presencesensing lighting, pull-out mirrors and shoe racks.

To claim your discount call 0800 1956 595 and quote Alison Cork, or visit Neatsmith at 3 Broad Street, Teddington TW11 8QZ. See neatsmith.co.uk for more information. Offer ends October 31.

CLASSY GLASS

DESIGNER Katherine Pooley holds her annual London clearance sale from tomorrow with discounts of up to 75 per cent across her luxury homeware range.

These striking glasses, which are made from premium German crystal, are offered with 65 per cent off, reduced from [pounds sterling]70 to [pounds sterling]24.50 eac.

Visit Access Self Storage, Second Floor, 248 York Road, SW11 3SJ from 10am-6pm tomorrow and Friday.

For more information visit katharinepooley.com or call 020 7584 3223,

DAMP CONTROL WITHOUT DAMAGE

BLISTERED, stained and mouldy walls are just some of the nasty effects of damp. But now you can tackle the problem in a controlled, effective way with the Schrijver System, which involves installing a series of discreet elements in the external face of your walls that will draw moisture outside, helping to elimate the problems damp causes inside. No chemicals, replastering or redecoration needed -- and it's backed with a lifetime guarantee. …

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