Dekton® Slim is an innovative range of surfaces with an ultra-fine profile. At just 4mm thick, Dekton® Slim has a sleek, minimalist design for cladding, furniture, door panels and more. Cosentino developed Dekton® Slim in response to demand for a thinner, lighter material.
Havwoods recently introduced a new collection of solid cork wall tiles to enhance their Vertical range; available in three designs: Giza; Modo; and Reyes.
New architectural trends have transformed traditional applications of masonry blockwork in the design of exterior and interior spaces.
PGH Bricks has developed a range of bricks called Pure Linens. Crafted by artisans in a small Australian country town, these stylish bricks bring the essence of the countryside to modern city living.
Perfecting your ensuite’s design and functionality, as well as adding sophistication is a goal for many home renovators, who desire their master ensuite to be an idyllic getaway after a hectic day, a sanctuary to unwind in and to be pampered in.
This Federation-era house is located in a heritage conservation area where building-rules apply not only to the main streetscape presentation of the dwellings, but also to the rear resulting in many bland additions over the years.
A survey of 3000 Australians, by homebuilder Henley Homes, uncovered people’s “must haves”, as well as their favourite indoors and outdoors add-ons. Topping the wish list for Australian homebuyers is a property with three or more bedrooms.
House hunters are searching for three bedrooms, a garage and a pool above all other property features, according to recent research.
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.
Aussie Made Garages and Barns offers some tips to help you create the ultimate femme den.
3D Wall Panels provide an ideal option for bringing a new element of texture to your outdoors living space or alfresco area.
With origins dating back to the late-1800s, pressed metal finishes are still very popular with today’s designers and home renovators.