Naming Your Home:
for you self builders out there, you are in a privileged position with cat Spraying No More Reviews. you have sat down for hours no doubt with your chosen architect. you have had the final say in room layouts, landscaping, even positioning of lights and fixtures.
from the outset you will more than likely have had a name for your new home. “stone cottage”, “meadow view” or maybe even “the shambles”.
how did you come up with the name you chose?
is it because of the setting? for example “meadow view” could be very appropriate if the house is indeed facing a meadow or over looking one.
sometimes house names are chosen because of family tradition, a hobby (“the stables” perhaps) or even a favorite novel may inspire your choice of house name.
whatever name your dream home was given from the start, the house then takes on the personality of this name. it becomes at one with the house name. you then take on a responsibility as the designer, the developer and the one who is going to enjoy this home for many years for Cat Spraying No More.
this house is hopefully going to be in your family for generations to come. the responsibility is yours to choose a house sign that not only does your home justice, but that won’t need replacing every 3 or 4 years.
our signs are beautiful and weatherproof. but we also like to give a helping hand with the design if required. we can produce artwork for specific requirements, and make sure that this house sign / address plaque really does your front door justice with Cat Spraying.
ask yourself, in 50 years, do you want the name of your home to be forgotten? a meager whisper of what it used to be. or would you prefer the name to be sat proud next to your front door, or on your iron gates for a lifetime?
Country living with the family :
whilst we love our company, our work and producing beautiful and individual house signs, our absolute passion is being with our families in the countryside.
deciding to get our gun dog earlier this year was more about lifestyle than just getting a pet. the lifestyle is being in the hills, the country and local woodland pretty much every day. the open spaces. amazing smells and wildlife.
i personally love bird watching and whilst i am no bill oldie, i really enjoy looking at and enjoying bird watching and wildlife. i have seen absolutely tonnes more wildlife since we got our dog (Nola) simply because i am outside a lot more regularly.
walking the dog is also great for unwinding after a day behind the computer or in the workshop, and helps to take your mind off customers (although we love them!!), orders and designs.
one thing that most of us take for granted is the lovely scenery around us in Yorkshire. it is all good and well looking at the fields from behind a steering wheel, but to actually get out and explore is great. putting on them old wellies and finding new public footpaths we just wouldn’t ordinarily notice or have found. stumbling upon a lovely little bench overlooking what can only be described as wildlife sanctuaries hidden in the depths of local woodland.
as a family we have found a great route local to us that takes in a woodland trail, open moorland, a hill climb and a duck pond…just to name a few things. Nola the office dog loves this trail, and she is quickly becoming a great tracking dog, taking in all of the wildlife. we have spotted 100’s of rabbits and other farm animals so Nola loves the smells.
i have attached 2 photos from our last walk at the weekend, see if you can spot the office gun dog in the second picture. let us know what your favorite walks are!!