2020 · 28/03/2020
SYDNEY’S housing market might be cooling, but apparently, home renovations are booming.
2020 · 21/03/2020
There’s no doubt today’s kitchens are very different to those of 20 years ago. These days kitchens are more than just areas to prepare food. Instead they serve as a family meeting place, an office, or even the main entertaining area.

2020 · 14/03/2020
Home Renovation of $30k took 37 years incredible transformation.
2020 · 07/03/2020
The bathroom is one of the most essential rooms of the house and a refresh can add considerable value to your home. In this cost guide we delve into the range of potential costs associated with a bathroom renovation.

2020 · 22/02/2020
Declining house prices have been well documented in recent months. Auction clearance rates in Sydney at the start of December were as low as 41% and many economists are predicting interest rates hikes and a recession like housing market. Renovating your home can add a lot of value.
2020 · 15/02/2020
When you're planning a tiling project, it's exciting to choose tile colours and designs – but these aren't the only things which will make a big difference to how your tiled space looks and feels. The tile pattern you choose will also have a big impact on the finished project. Here's our quick run down of eight of the most popular tile pattern choices.

2020 · 14/02/2020
As we are extremely busy with ongoing kitchens and bathrooms renovation projects, our kitchen and bathroom showroom is open by appointments only.
2020 · 13/02/2020
It’s good to know what to expect when such a bathroom and kitchen renovation project is happening in your home. Here is a step by step guide so you have a better idea what bathroom renovation jobs happen when.

2020 · 12/02/2020
Home painting will keep your home renovation looking its best for many years to come. here is A very good article to share: How To Choose the Perfect Paint Color? Look at The Light!
2020 · 09/02/2020
Suzanne Gorman's approach to home design is very simple. “There are two elements – the invested and the interchangeable,” she says. “The joinery and floorboards are the constant mainstays, and the rest should be regularly changed-up, from the wallpapers and soft furnishings.

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