2017

  • Designs Tips to Make the Most of a Small Master Bathroom

    Having a spacious master bathroom is one of the main features home buyers look for when purchasing a new residence. Nevertheless, you may find yourself having to compromise and settle for a small bathroom to make sure that your new home fit within your budget. However, this does not mean that the tiny space does not have to be attractive. A few minor renovations may not necessarily add floor space to your bathroom, but they could significantly increase the appeal of the room and make it your little haven. [Read More]

  • 3 Signs You'll Love Having a One-Wall Kitchen

    If you're renovating your kitchen, the most crucial decision you must make is what sort of layout to adopt. Some go for L-shaped kitchens, while others opt to have a kitchen island placed in the centre of the room. Both are good options, but have you taken the time to consider a one-wall kitchen instead? As you might have guessed, a one-wall kitchen — sometimes referred to as a single-wall kitchen — incorporates all the appliances and worktops along one wall. [Read More]

  • Rescuing the Urban Renter: How to Make the Most of a Vintage Bathroom

    As an urban renter, you've probably seen them all. Those notoriously small rooms plagued by plain dated designs, the 1970's red tiles, and the mini bathroom sinks. They call them the bathroom! Everything comes fixed, and if the apartment is just what you're looking for, then you're stuck with it. There is a little of good news coming your way. You can make this space feel more like a contemporary using a few bathroom products. [Read More]

  • 4 Benefits of Polished Plaster Kitchen Splashbacks

    More and more people are installing kitchen backsplashes as part of their kitchen renovations, and it isn't hard to see why. Of course, the decision to get a backsplash is often a lot easier to make than deciding what material you want to use. Most people stick with tile, glass, or engineered stone, but there's actually another contender on the market that you might not have heard about: polished plaster. [Read More]

  • The Precious Possessions of the Vintage Lover: How to Organise Your Vintage Kitchen Finds

    Vintage kitchen items are one of a kind décor. This explains your frequent visits to the antique shops, the flea markets, and the occasional garage sales. Resisting these treasures is impossible. Hence they can easily get the best of your new kitchen. Here are a few creative ways of organising your vintage finds to avoid clutter and displaying them for everyone to see. Work your kitchen walls   Working your kitchen walls is a great way of creating an instant work of vintage work and at the time making sure your collectibles stay organised. [Read More]

  • 4 Benefits Stainless Steel Holds Over Tile for Your Kitchen Splashback

    Splashbacks make an excellent addition to any kitchen, but you'll obviously have to think carefully about what kind of material to use. Glass or ceramic tiles are probably the first items that come to mind. Be that as it may, there are quite a few advantages that come along opting for stainless steel instead. 1. Ultra-Modern Looks Tiles can look great, but they lack any wow-factor and tend to suit traditional properties. [Read More]

  • 6 Tips for Improving Inventory Displays With a Commercial Renovation

    If you own a shop, a boutique or any business that relies on selling inventory, you may want to have as much inventory on display as possible. A commercial renovation can help. If you want to showcase more products, here are x ideas that you may want to integrate into your renovation. 1. Add More Built-ins Some of the best inventory displays are built-in displays. You can work with a company that sells displays for stores, or you can have your renovator custom build you some displays. [Read More]