3 Fast, Easy and Inexpensive Remodelling Tasks Which Will Transform Your Dated Kitchen


The kitchen is the centre of the home and a highly visible room for residents and guests. If your kitchen is old, tired and dated, then it may not be the welcoming and inviting space you'd like it to be. If your budget won't stretch to a full remodelling project, don't despair. Here are three easy, fast and inexpensive ways that you can renovate your kitchen into a room that you will be proud to entertain in.

12 July 2017

Bathroom Renovations: Materials You Can Consider for Your Bathtub


Just as with other elements of your home, there will come a time when you have to consider replacing your bathtub. This could be due to it becoming decrepit over the years or perhaps you simply want to update the look of your bathroom. No matter the reason, there are a number of considerations to bear in mind before making a decision. Some people make the mistake of simply focusing on the colour and design of the bathroom, without keeping in mind the material that the tub is made from.

1 March 2017

4 Reasons to Fit a P-Shaped Bathtub During Your Next Bathroom Renovation


For plenty of people across the country, there are few things more relaxing after a long day at work than sinking into a nice warm bath. With that in mind, the bathtub is going to be one of the most important things to consider during almost any bathroom remodel, and everything from the style to the amount of space in your bathroom is going to be impacted as a result of your final decision.

19 January 2017

4 Clever Guidelines To Design A Custom-Made Kitchen Benchtop For Your Wheelchair-Bound Parent


If you have a wheelchair-bound parent living with you at home, then you'll need to ensure that you make small changes to accommodate your mother or father's specific requirements. Kitchen benchtops are typically used for food preparation, so you'll want to find a way to allow your parent to use them without much trouble. Follow these guidelines to create a kitchen benchtop that your wheelchair-bound parent can still use. Scale Down The Height

13 September 2016

Three Tips to Keep in Mind When Renovating an Old Church Into a Home


Renovating an old church into a home can be a fun but also very challenging project. Wondering what you should keep in mind? Looking for ways to retain the spirit of the church while also creating a liveable space? Here are just a few of the ideas you should keep in mind: 1. Repair roof, windows and masonry before renovating anything else. When you are diving into a church renovation, it can be tempting to start with the fun elements such converting the choir loft into a bedroom, turning the alter into a breakfast nook or choosing art to hang near the stained glass windows.

5 August 2016

A Few Things to Discuss With Your Custom Cabinetmaker


Custom cabinets in a kitchen can make storage much easier on you overall, as you can have the cabinets made to fit your particular needs. This can mean specialized cabinets for certain small appliances you use every day as well as items like linens, cooking tools, and the like. When working with a custom cabinetmaker, you want to ensure you cover all details about the cabinets and their design and don't overlook anything, so you know you're happy with your new kitchen space for years to come.

22 July 2016

Top Considerations to Make When Remodeling a Laundry Room


Do you dread laundry day because there is no space to sort and fold your laundry? If so, it may be time to remodel your laundry room. Remodeling can help you maximize the available space while making the room look stylish and modern. However, before undertaking the project, there are top considerations that you should make. Choice of appliances The most common laundry room appliances are the washer and dryer. If you are planning to replace the old appliances with new ones, you need to consider the following factors.

30 June 2016

Turning a tiny bathroom into a luxurious space


If you have a tiny bathroom it can often feel cramped and anything but relaxing. However with a smart bathroom renovation, you can turn a small bathroom into a luxurious retreat. Here are some of your options. Nix the tub If your tiny bathroom currently has a child-size tub, it might be worth removing the tub. Bathtubs take up a lot of space, and if the bath itself is too poky to use then it's not adding value.

6 June 2016

Unique Materials You Could Consider For Your Kitchen Benchtops


When shopping for new kitchen benchtops, some homeowners tend to stick to conventional materials such as stone or laminate, as these are tried and tested. However, these materials do not make your kitchen standout from other types of homes. If you are engaging in renovations and would like to make your kitchen stand out, you should consider out of the box materials. Not only would these add some character to your kitchen, but they could also work toward increasing the value of your residence.

24 May 2016

The Pros and Cons of Removing Your Bathtub


The world can be split into two types of people: bath people and shower people. If you are more of a shower person, you might even resent having a bath taking up space in your bathroom, sitting idly. If it's about time that you gave your bathroom a renovation, you might be wondering if it could be worthwhile to remove the bath entirely, and upgrade the shower experience. Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages.

9 May 2016