Millions of couples have been at loggerheads with each other over home improvements, a study has found.
A poll of 2,000 adults found about one in six have ended up in a row with their other half when decorating or renovating their home.
Sixteen per cent had disagreed over how much they should spend while almost one in five said either they or their partner was completely against getting the work done at all.
As a result, 47 per cent found their home makeover “stressful”.
Karen Lund, of home improvement window specialists Independent Network, which commissioned the research, said: “We all know that home improvements can be disruptive, but we didn’t realise quite what the emotional impact could be.
“It seems women are more interested in attaining perfection, and men would rather