Tackling more than one renovation project at the same time has some benefits. A simultaneous kitchen and bathroom overhaul could be the most effective use of time and money. It may help to cut back on the stress of back to back projects spread out over several months.
Of course, taking on multiple projects at once requires organization and good planning. Knowing the benefits of this approach is a great place to start — so read on and see if it’s for you!Read More
If bathroom space in your home is at a premium, your kids’ bathroom may double as the guest washroom. Finding the right balance of playfulness and maturity might seem challenging. A shared bathroom has to be a space where kids can be kids and where guests can feel comfortable and relaxed. Rest assured, achieving this slice of domestic harmony is doable—and without making costly investments. With a handful of design refreshes and organizational upgrades, a kids/guest bathroom—even a small one—can become a simultaneously chic and whimsical space suitable for all ages.Read More
When you are designing your home, you want it to be what you love. However, you also want it to be something that will age well. Nobody wants a space that is so trendy it looks dated within a few years. This isn’t good for resale value or your budget. To keep up, you’d have to be renovating your rooms consistently, and nobody wants to do that.Read More
A kitchen is the centre of the home. Your kitchen is where friends and family gather, talk about their day, cook meals, have drinks, to somewhere you can just enjoy each other’s company. The kitchen is the heart of the home. But everyone’s lifestyle is different. Everyone’s taste is different. So, you need a kitchen that not only mirrors your lifestyle but matches your taste too. Whilst some prefer a more traditional design, others want a modern feel or flair – and it’s all down to personal taste.Read More
The kitchen really is the heart of every home especially at Christmas, so it’s important to keep it looking sleek and ready for hosting. We can’t deny that everyone is prone to a little overindulgence at Christmas but when you have limited space to store your festive food and decorations it can become stressful, so you need to think smart. Endless utensils, jars, cans, pots and pans can soon fill up your cabinet space, so innovative solutions are essential to limit stress and keep your kitchen looking wonderful!Read More
No matter how lovey-dovey you are in any other room of the house, sometimes, when it comes to the bathroom, couples can quickly turn from cutesy to competitive.
Don’t let the drama continue! Whether you’re working with a small space or you’ve got plenty of room for improvement, read on for top tips on how to make the most of your space so that bathroom bickering becomes a thing of the past.
An open kitchen-dining-living space offers great versatility for the way we live today. It suits today’s informal lifestyles, providing a natural hub for the home and greater sociability during cooking and prepping. But it takes skill to design a space that integrates easily with the living area, especially in apartments and smaller homes. The ideal open-plan kitchen-diner is a light-filled, casual space where cooking and socialising combine. Use our ideas to make the ideal a reality in your home.Read More
Even at the concept stage of designing a kitchen, most people will have an idea of the colour scheme they want to work to, after all its integral to the aesthetics of the finished room. Often the most enjoyable part of planning your new kitchen is deciding which paint colour or wallpaper will adorn the walls of a room which is so intrinsic to everyday living. So what are the current colour trends in kitchen design and how do you choose the right colour scheme for your kitchen? The kitchen is the hub of any home. It’s where families and friends gather to cook and share meals together. It is a very high-traffic space and it generally influences the design of the rest of the house, especially if the home has an open plan layout. Whatever colours and materials are used in the kitchen normally set the tone for other areas that are adjacent to it, for example the dining and living areas.Read More