One of the most important choices when renovating a bathroom is tap ware. I like to think of the tap ware as the jewellery of the bathroom, an accent that really pops and stands out as a feature. (more…)
Damp proofing is not an easy undertaking and we did bring in the professionals to ensure the job was done right. The hardest part was having to move out during the process. We just couldn’t stand to live with all the dust and debris while doing this part of the renovation. So we moved back in with the in-laws.
So how did we fix it?
A fresh coat of paint on the walls of your home is often the fastest way to give it a face lift and is something that is very easily done DIY. But painting aside, how do you go about choosing the right colour?
One of the problems in many older homes, particularly those over 100 years old and terrace houses is the risk of the dreaded rising damp.
When we moved into our terrace house one of our big plans was to covert our disused roof space into a usable attic or loft space we could use as firstly a storage area for all the much loved belongings and secondly as a usable space for the home office. (more…)
In this post you will find our top 12 tips and tricks for your next DIY Bunnings Kaboodle kitchen or laundry renovation.
After becoming slightly obsessed with the beautiful fiddle leaf fig plants I’ve seen on Pinterest pins and in my glossy design magazines, I decided that it was exactly the thing I needed to bring life and a bit of greenery to the living area of my Newtown Terrace.
Lots of inner city terrace houses around Sydney barely have what you can describe as a laundry and ours was no exception! In this post you will find all of our pointers for completely renovating the small laundry of a Newtown Terrace to create a luxurious, multi-functional space.
When it came to what to do with our dilapidated Victorian outhouse (aka Dunny!), we decided instead of knocking it down, it was time to give it a revamp.
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