Homeowners in the process of ether remodelling their home or adding an extension will undoubtedly be in need of tiles for multiple applications. Rather than sticking to the norm and selecting the staple porcelain or ceramic tiles, you may want to consider looking out of the box for unique options that will add an intriguing character to the different spaces where you install these tiles. Nonetheless, the vast assortment of styles and materials may be confusing for some people who have never had to pick out tiles for different functions around their home.
23 May 2018
Modernising a bathroom is a popular home improvement project. It's a relatively small scale project but it can make a home feel more contemporary and fresh without spending a massive amount of money. If your bathroom is on the smaller side, then it's important that any alterations you make are designed to maximise the available space and make the room feel larger and airier. Here are five ideas that will help you to achieve this with your bathroom renovation project.
30 April 2018
Waterbeds have been a favourite choice for many persons for several decades, and today's models may be heated, with thick foam around the waterbed part itself, and with many other features that make these beds even more comfortable than ever before. If you're thinking of shopping for a waterbed for yourself or for someone in the family, note a few questions you might have about these beds, so you know you get the right one for yourself and know how to maintain it properly.
13 April 2018
Every home—from the immaculate dens of design enthusiasts to the purely practical domains of busy home cooks—needs a place for its inhabitants to settle in, prepare meals and gather with family and friends. If you're remodeling your kitchen, your choice of benchtops, appliances, tiles and fixtures will be dictated by the styles you love and by your approach to the culinary delights. From sleek, contemporary city penthouses to warm and homey farmhouse kitchens, most kitchen designs start with the benchtop.
7 March 2018
You should think about installing a security door to protect your entrances against intruders. In general, burglars and robbers will take advantage of open doors to infiltrate your home and perform criminal acts. When you install a security screen door, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of an open door such as natural ventilation without compromising your safety. However, you should remember that all security doors are not equal in performance.
16 February 2018
We all aspire to own a house where comfort and convenience will blend in to grant us a perfect abode that measures to our tastes. But what active steps should you take to achieve this? Are there things you can do today to move closer to your dreams? While there are several pieces that form the dream home puzzle, let's look at some of the most important strategies that can help you build your dream home.
17 November 2017
An island is the perfect way to pull your kitchen together and create more space for cooking. If you are having a cabinet maker create your island, there are a lot of choices to make. Here's what you need to consider. 1. Matching Kitchen Cabinets Ideally, your island should complement your kitchen cabinets. You may want the base of the island to closely mimic the cabinets, or you may prefer a look that creates a compelling contrast.
27 June 2017
The hot Australian sun can drive up the temperatures in your home, making it feel hot and uncomfortable. Blinds can help to keep the sun at bay and improve the efficiency in your home. The first choice you need to make is between internal and external blinds—here are five signs you may want to consider the external option. 1. You Want Extra Insulation Blinds and other energy efficient window treatments can help to keep your home cool as the blinds block the sunlight.
27 June 2017
If you have ever lived in a home that's been taken over by termites, you probably want to avoid them in your new house. With the right supplies and building techniques, you can create a home that is as resistant to termites as possible. Check out these tips. 1. Use Treated Wood Contractors use treated wood for home frames in most situations, but if you are building your own home, you need to turn to treated wood as well.
27 June 2017
If you are planning to build a new home, there are hundreds of aesthetic and functional choices you need to make. One element you may want to consider is dormer windows. A dormer is a bit of the roof that differs from the main roof line, and in this case, it features a window. The roofline of the dormer window can be the the same relative direction as your roof, or the dormer can feature a roofline that's oriented perpendicular to the main roof.
27 June 2017