Don’t sell – Renovate!

June 11, 2019 / No Comments

Thinking of selling? Think again. The market has taken a downturn. Selling your home comes with a hefty price tag that includes upgrading the presentation of your home, legal fees, stamp duty and agent’s fees. Add these up and take away from the purchase price of your new home. Now deduct the fal...

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How did your home cope over the holidays?

January 31, 2019 / No Comments

Now that the kids are back at school, it’s a great time to think about how your home coped over the holidays  when you may have had friends and family staying with you, or plenty of visitors for catch ups, play dates and the like. Were there too many cooks in the kitchen? Was there […]

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Colour & Design

December 19, 2018 / No Comments

Today, our expert Brindabella designers take a look at the role of colour in interior design and share some of their favourite colour combinations that always work. With so many colours and textures in the design world, it can be quite daunting to choose a scheme and feel confident it will not on...

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Top 10 bathroom renovation mistakes (and how to avoid them)

November 1, 2017 / No Comments

Unless you’re a seasoned renovator, it can be a daunting task to take on a bathroom renovation. Novice renovators can often be misled by the variety of reality television shows that portray a bathroom renovation as a quick and simple task so we’re here to help you avoid the mistakes so often made...

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Period home renovation

February 14, 2017 / No Comments

An art deco home with plenty of character and style has been renovated to enhance its natural features and give the owners the lifestyle they always wanted. This is the perfect example of how a relationship with a valued client can grow and strengthen over time. Around five years previously, Brin...

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Historic gate house renovation

August 3, 2016 / No Comments

An historic gate house gets a breath of new life. This charming cottage resides on the grounds of a sweeping estate on Sydney’s lower north shore. Originally the gate house for the heritage-listed property, it has been re-purposed as a stand-alone guest house for visitors, friends and extended fa...

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Ask our Expert – Renovations v Makeovers

October 19, 2015 / No Comments

Lets take a look at why a renovation will serve you much better than a makeover in the long term. A makeover will enhance the ambiance of the space and can make it look fresh and new. But re-tiling or re-surfacing – even if you change a couple of major items like vanities or baths […]

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