Moving house is a great opportunity to stock up on those family home essentials that you may have been missing in your last home. It’s a great excuse to finally buy that costa coffee machine, for instance, so you can enjoy a delicious cup of espresso every morning before you set out to work.
Of course, if you’re going to indulge in good coffee, you’ll have to indulge in a number of other home essentials for the rest of your family to enjoy, too. We’ve listed a few of our favourites for your perusal.
Fruit and vegetable juicer
Juicers are becoming far more versatile in their design. They’re a great way of making your own fresh fruit or vegetable juice, and simply perfect for your family’s new healthy living campaign.
It saves time too, as you often don’t need to peel the fruit before you drop it into the juicer. Newer models have splash screens and integrated jugs so you can pour the juice straight into your kid’s glass.
For those lazy Sunday mornings, when the kids have messed up the house and you really can’t be bothered using your spare time to do some vacuum cleaning, you’ll be glad you have a Roomba in your home.
These devices come in a variety of models. Their general purpose is to vacuum clean your floors automatically. Depending on the model, you can assign a Roomba to clean a specific area, or do the entire house if you’re feeling particularly unmotivated.
Belkin fridge mount for iPad
This is a little specific, but you’d be amazed at how having an iPad fixed onto your fridge will streamline all kitchen activity. Shopping lists, event calendars, recipes and anything you want will be easily accessible, right there on your fridge.
You will be able to adjust where it’s fixed, so you don’t have to crane your neck down every time you need to check your recipe, or if you want to have a look at the news while you’re cooking.
It’s a classic dilemma: you need to get off the fried foods, but you can’t resist having French fries every now and then. The airfryer comes to the rescue! This machine fries anything you put into it using a staggering 80 per cent less oil.
It works by circulating hot air at an optimum temperature, so that the food is fried with the bare minimum of oil necessary.