bathroom

 1.     MINIMALISTIC You prefer to be surrounded with simplicity and don’t like too many patterns or textures.  Choose square or rectangular units and no more than 3 colours.  This will give you the clean and neat look you really want. Your bathroom linens should be in one colour with minimal pattern as well. 2.     CONTEMPORARY…

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laundry, style, renovation

The laundry is often overlooked as a place to showcase design. But, as one of the busiest rooms in the house, you may as well make it look nice and have a layout that works well for what you need.  Not to mention, make you feel like you might like to spend some time in…

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u-shaped kitchen

Ideal for small spaces, the U-shaped kitchen is one of the most common. As its name suggests, this configuration features a horseshoe-shaped work area, with cabinets and counters running around three sides with an open end for access with just enough width to utilise efficiency within the work triangle (stove, refrigerator, and sink). The U-shape…

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Bath in Bathroom - yes or no?

It’s a big decision when considering your bathroom renovation.  Especially if you decide to sell in the future.  It could ultimately make or break a sale. Time poor households could argue they would love to have time to soak away in a bubble bath but realistically they simply do not have the time.  Having a…

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We spoke about how much value a well-designed kitchen and bathroom can add to your home in our last blog.  We also know that the kitchen is one of the biggest investments you are likely to make when upgrading your home. You want to be sure not only the kitchen and bathroom is built to…

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When designing for your bathroom renovation and you don’t have much room to play with – consider these tips below: SHOWER ONLY? The first obvious decision is to not include a bath.  This suits most people and a lot of new homes and apartments do not have a bath at all even when there are…

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