In Nail Your Renovation Without Getting Screwed, builder and renovation specialist Steve Burke draws on over 40 years’ experience to provide a practical guide on the do’s and don’ts of home renovations.
As the aesthetic appeal of concrete continues to grow in home renovating, so too does the demand for alternative materials offering the same visual appeal but also providing technical performance.
Scarabeo’s Planet collection’s curved globe-like shape is unlike most products utilised in bathroom design.
Corian® has introduced 17 new colours and 7 new colour families to complement any aesthetic, with chic simplicity, depth and movement; or the multi-faceted aspects of translucency.
Caroma has released its new Wellbeing Aged Care range, comprising innovative bathroom solutions developed through a collaborative research project into the design of bathrooms for older people.
The Serena full-depth bathroom vanity from ADP offers a balance between statement-piece and storage.
With origins dating back to the late-1800s, pressed metal finishes are still very popular with today’s designers and home renovators.
Storing physical building records can become a burden but StrataVault, an online platform that offers secure storage and organisation of documents, can help strata managers save time and money.
If trying to select the perfect carpet to suit your interior styling has been difficult, a custom carpet design service can solve this issue and let your creativity flow.
Three Birds Renovations recently upgraded this vintage 1960s Sydney cottage into a spectacular contemporary home, boasting a striking façade with a trendy bright interior.
Ashley from ADP is a range of 12 wall hung vanities, a slim all-drawer model with pinstripe detailing.
MaxiFloor and TecBeam can provide an affordable alternative to traditional concrete and steel buildings and offers builders and home renovators the option and flexibility to explore lightweight construction as a real alternative to concrete slab floors without compromising any performance criteria.