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  • Renovating Your Bathroom? 3 Major Don'ts of Bathroom Remodelling Projects

    Bathroom renovations are popular home renovation projects for many Australian homeowners. It's a relatively small project in comparison to other rooms such as the kitchen, but it can make a big impact when you're trying to modernise an older home. Even though it might not be a large-scale project, it's still important to apply a well-thought-out and educated approach. Here are three major don'ts of bathroom remodelling projects that you should consider when planning your new bathroom.
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  • 2 Common Mistakes Made By First-Time Bathroom Renovators And How To Avoid Them

    Buying and renovating an older home is a popular option for many Australians. It's a great chance to create a beautiful, modern and personal home while also increasing the value of the property. For first time renovators, the bathroom is a common choice for their first renovation project. It's a relatively small-scale project and is great for gaining renovation experience before you tackle larger and more complex projects such as the kitchen or extensions.
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  • 3 Makeovers to Turn Unused Areas in the Home into a Captivating Living Space

    One of the most common reasons why many people renovate their home is so they can create additional living space to fit the needs of their growing family. But there are a number of different renovations that can be performed to create functional space in the home, making it hard for the average home owner to determine what approach they should use. One popular renovation approach being used to create extra space is to convert unused rooms or areas in the home into functional living space.
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  • 3 Beautiful, Low Maintenance & Budget Friendly Kitchen Benchtop Materials Options

    The benchtop is one of the defining elements of a kitchen remodelling project. Modern kitchens feature benchtops that are much larger than they have been in the past and they serve as informal dining areas, space for work or study and as a social gathering point when entertaining. Choosing the right benchtop material makes a big impact on the overall look and feel of your kitchen. While it may be tempting to blow your budget and install a beautiful hardwood or marble benchtop, there are good reasons why they may not be a worthwhile investment.
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  • Why Custom Wood Cabinetry Is a Great Investment in Any Home

    Custom cabinetry made of wood is a common feature in many Australian homes, especially in the kitchens and bathrooms. Some home owners opt for custom cabinetry because they simply want a unique style, while others require custom products because the configuration of the room in which they want cabinetry installed demands something custom. Regardless of the reason why you might want to install custom cabinetry in your home, you should know that the results are usually awe-inspiring.
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  • 3 Enduring Kitchen Design Trends That Won't Rapidly Age Your New Kitchen Renovation

    If you're in the process of planning your kitchen renovation project, then you've no doubt spent a considerable amount of time trying to find the right design. With so many different looks and styles available and the ever-evolving features that are considered 'must-haves', it can be difficult to make decisions. This can feel extra daunting because a kitchen renovation is generally an expensive project, and you'll have to live with your choices for many years to come.
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  • 2 Key Ideas When Using a Dark Palette in Your Kitchen Remodelling Project

    If you're remodelling your kitchen, then you may be considering using the dark palette that is a hugely popular design trend right now. Blacks, dark greys and navies are being used increasingly for features such as benchtops, cabinetry and hardware. Although this is a stylish, attractive and contemporary look, it's easy for a kitchen to become a dull room that's overwhelmed by the use of dark colours. Here are two key ideas that will ensure that your kitchen is still a bright and light space to spend time in.
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  • Should You Choose Marble or Wooden Benchtops for Your Kitchen?

    Having the kitchen refitted seems to be permanently at the top of every household's to-do list.  As such an important room in the home, having a new and fresh-looking kitchen can feel like it has invigorated the whole house, setting the tone for the rest of the rooms.  Whether that's overstating things or your kitchen really does feel like the heart of your home, you may well be thinking about giving it an overhaul.
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  • Remodeling on a budget: Things to look at

    When you are looking at remodeling your kitchen, there are many different options to consider. There are: Budget Not everyone has a large amount to spend on a new kitchen, so knowing how much you have and want to spend on upgrading your kitchen is important before you start, as you may need to try and reuse some of the existing kitchen if you are on a tight budget Reusing
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  • Child Proof Your Brand-New Investment Property Floors With 4 Smart Ideas

    Young families make great tenants because they tend to stay for longer, which reduces the time you'll have to spend finding new residents for your investment property. But some challenges come with renting to families with young kids. They can damage or dirty your floors if you're not careful, which is the last thing you want for a new property. Remodelling experts can help you childproof your brand-new investment property floors with these smart ideas.
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