Seeing blue everywhere? That’s because the colour blue is trending right now in home design and renovation. Very trendy this year, we’ve seen indigo blue interiors in many magazines, blogs, and photos, in interior design this bright shade of blue reminds us of seaside feels and relaxation.
Whether you’re cooking, exercising, or just hanging out, plan to spend more time outside this year as backyards, decks, and patios evolve into comfortable, well-equipped extensions of the home. Outdoor Living Trends 2021 will be an extension of the world we currently live in, with the emphasis on togetherness and family time.
Coastal feels without the coastline…why not? Chic coastal looks are “so in” right now. And we think it looks so relaxed and peaceful; so conducive to the Australian way of life! So how do you create a little piece of chic coastal paradise in your own home?
The best way to keep your deck looking gorgeous for years to come is to maintain your deck. With our changeable Melbourne weather comes weather damage, discolouration and wear to your deck, not to mention the impact of foot traffic. So here’s my top tips for maintaining your decked area so you and your family can enjoy it for many, many years to come.
A clean and crisp white, modern and rustic laundry renovation we recently completed in Montrose. Dark grey floor tiles compliment the white cabinetry, appliances and paint work finishes. We are loving the gorgeous rustic, wood-look splashback tiles and hand spray, stainless steel tap with deep laundry sink.
Wishing you and your family a heartfelt Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Looking forward to catching up with you all in 2021.
What a year we have had Australia and what a pandemic we are still enduring across the world. So how do we be a frugal Santa during a pandemic? How do we keep the magic of Christmas alive for the kids? This year is certainly going to be different!
Luxury family bathroom renovation with quirky subway tiles and a cool, calm, muted colour palette. A subtle terrazzo tile floor in a natural sandy grey colour, ties the glossy blue subway wall tiles and white tiles together seamlessly.
You’ve got the house looking tickety-boo – now all that’s left is the garden! But where to start? And what to include? Read on to find out what you need to consider to maximise the potential of your outdoor area.
Regarding small scale construction and renovations on occupied homes: From 11:59pm Tuesday, 27 October 2020 (yesterday) the following took effect in Melbourne Metro:…