Monthly Archives December 2018

How to Avoid Architectural Fads and Create a Timeless Design

Throughout most of the 20th century, Australia experienced a wide array of architectural styles that have lasted throughout the years. Late Victorian and early Federation houses with their detailed ornamentation, the sleek curves of the art deco movement, the horizontal styles of the Californian bungalow and the retro sleek finishes of the 1960’s.
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How and When to Renovate Your Home

When buying a house it is essential to look beyond its current state and look at its potential. It’s great fun conjuring up ideas of how the house and garden may be changed to suit your own personal style; whether it be painting the walls a different colour, adding a plant here or there or maybe even a large scale renovation.
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Fiber Fix

If you were like me as a child, I was always thinking up inventions that would make my life better. A machine that could extract ingredients if you put too much.
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Wall Designs

Perhaps one of the most overlooked elements of our home are the walls. They calculate a huge amount of square metres in total surface area, and although we focus lots of thought and energy on furniture and accessories, your walls can be a lot more than white pant.
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DIY Timber Furniture

When starting a DIY timber furniture project the outcome will be determined by the quality of products used and depending on what you are making it is important that you do your due diligence to ensure you are using the right materials for its intended purpose.
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YOUR KITCHEN SPACE: WHEN LESS IS MORE

Arguably the kitchen/dining room is the heart of the home, with family interaction taking place at least twice, sometimes three times a day. Whether it be the morning breakfast rush before school and work or post work/sports training quick fix meals, these rooms (particularly kitchens) are always in use.
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A DIY Pond

When I was younger, it seemed that all of my friend’s grandparents, including mine, had a pond in their backyard. It just seemed like the normal thing for well, old people.
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