Monthly Archives December 2018

The Perfect Chair

For some reason, I am a large collector of chairs. We have more chairs than is necessary and for some reason, the obsession continues. We have dining chairs, vintage chairs, retro chairs and even a velvet steel framed chair.
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The D.I.Y. Parent

The D.I.Y. parent has come a long way in recent years, what with social media and new and improved hand tools, it has become a satisfying way to impress your kids and your kids friends even!
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Rust, it’s inevitable…

No matter where you live rust will find its way onto any of your metal objects if not cleaned and managed diligently. Sometimes despite your best attempts, it will surface and slowly eat away at all manner of things particularly when they are constantly exposed to the elements such as bike tires.
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Roofing – What style should you choose?

When building a home, we often focus on the walls and exterior ‘skin’ of our building and give little or no thought to an underestimated feature of your structure, the roof. We understand it protects us from the elements, wind/rain/sun, etc.
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Protecting Your New Landscape

One of the best things about a typical Australian suburban street is no one house looks the same. My street in particular has houses that range from the 1800’s all the way till present.
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How your plants can improve your lifestyle

Traditionally there are people who are green thumbs and those that aren’t. Those that aren’t, desire a maintenance free landscape with paved, or hard, surfaces that require no additional upkeep and keep costs to a minimum.
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Inner-city Greenspace

The Australian climate lends itself to outdoor living, and we are fortunate enough, in many circumstances, to not only have our very own garden at the back of our houses, but also the front.
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