When pre-made off-the-shelf furniture isn’t meeting your specific storage needs in the dining room, bedroom or hallway, look no further than kitchen cabinets for a good-looking and practical solution. Either custom-made or flat-pack kitchen cabinets can be used to create bespoke storage that caters to your personal needs, and to the particular space available in your home.
Building your new home is only the first step, the real fun comes designing the interior to suit your style. Whilst we are more then happy to offer our less then expert opinion, we think you may be better off checking out our amazing list of award winners below. These interior design blogs cover all personal taste, modern and classic trends and all kinds of budgets. So without further ado here are the best 36 interior design blogs around the world: (more…)
No Room for a Dining Area? Install a Banquette!
If your dining zone is on the small side, a banquette seat effectively maximises the available seating while adding a cafe-cool vibe to the space. It also offers comfort and flexibility, and even under-seat storage. It can fit snugly into a corner or stretch along a wall for more expansive seating. (more…)
From slipper to circular, sunken to spa, there’s a bath shape that’s not only perfect for your bathroom but will suit your bathing style too.
The latest Houzz survey says it all – decks top homeowners’ most-updated list and are a more important feature of the home than ever.
Australians just can’t get enough when it comes to decks, so much so that they are now being treated not just as an add-on to the house, but an integral part of it. The results from the Houzz Australia Landscaping & Garden Trends Study reveal that 82 per cent of homeowners undertaking a landscaping project are making changes to outdoor structures, and doing up the deck or adding a new one is by far the most popular project on the cards. (more…)
When designing a new home, you need to decide between zoned living and open plan living. Most homes are traditionally built with individual rooms, all of which have their own purpose. However, over the years, there has been a shift in open plan living.
More light and space are just a couple of advantages of open plan living. Of course, there are several disadvantages that should be taken into consideration before you begin designing your new home. Such negatives might not even be apparent until you settle in! (more…)