Between expensive appliances, custom cabinets, and costly countertops, we spend a lot of money on our kitchens. In fact, according to Houzz’s 2019 Kitchen Trends Report, the median spend on a kitchen remodel was $11,000. To make sure that all of this money isn’t creating a kitchen we’ll want to update again in five years, the trick…
What’s a mudroom, I hear you ask? (I really have heard a lot of you ask this!). I think we’ve seen a few on shows like The Block, only they’re not always an actual room, are they?! So I’m here to demystify a little and tell you why you need one!
From cobalt to teal, and the myriad shades in between, there’s no doubt that blue is having a moment. And this Melbourne renovation, carried out recently by interior designer Jessica Viscarde of Eclectic Creative, is further proof that a deep version of the hue is a dramatic yet tranquil option. “My clients, a young family, wanted to go with a calming and relatively neutral scheme but were open to introducing some hints of colour,” says Jessica who managed to convince them to take the plunge.
Weatherboards are one of the most beautiful of all types of cladding—giving you instant street appeal and timeless beauty. Weatherboard is an archetypal characteristic in Australia’s housing landscape, and across the country you’ll find worker’s cottages, Federation houses, Queenslanders, California Bungalows, and contemporary homes and renovations clad in this simple and functional material.
Planning your dream kitchen? You’ll want it to include well-organised, accessible storage that creates a spot for everything so your cooking space runs as efficiently as possible. Here are 25 brilliant kitchen storage ideas from the Houzz archives that will help you on your way to organised bliss. And remember, you can get more details…
When renovating a bathroom it is so important to think about how you use the space on a daily basis because it’s such an important room for your families everyday life. Whether you start the day off or end the day in the bathroom, your sense of “calm” and “relaxed” is dependent on how this room makes you feel. I know like most people, I’m affected heavily by my environment which informs my feelings and emotions. So how do you create a relaxing oasis bathroom for your family to enjoy?
I have a soft spot for Penshurst, the historic house I’m going to share with you today – which was actually one of my very first home tours – in fact I visited it before I’d even clicked ‘publish’ on my first blog post! (Original post here).
While known for their classic and timeless nature, the subway tile has experienced a dramatic renaissance this autumn, but not in the way DIY renovators would necessarily expect.
Whether casual 1970’s bohemian or formal 1920’s inspired, there’s no doubt that fringing is back! From a fabulous fringed pendant light to a fringed ottoman ideal for the dressing room, here are our favourite fringed finds.
Adelaide students Martin and Leanne have been property investors for over 20 years, but tackling a renovation was something they had little experience of until completing a Renovating for Profit bootcamp in May 2017.
The botanical trend has come and gone over the decades, largely because it plays to the idea of bringing nature into our homes, adding a fresh and airy vibe to any interior.
Shower niche are a necessity in bathroom design right now and what an effective way to keep all those shampoos, conditioners and body washes up off the floor. They make fantastic storage solutions for your shower and can make a bold statement as well.