You’ve made the exciting decision to build your dream home and can’t wait to get going – but where exactly do you get started?
While 2020 may have shaken up the world of property, things are looking up as we look toward 2021.
The pandemic has triggered large design shifts, including the importance of outdoor and working space, but it has also led more of us to consider the role of the colours on our walls and how they might make us feel within a space.
Home automation might evoke visions of The Jetsons, or a sci-fi movie, but in reality, it’s an incredibly beneficial addition to any new home – and it isn’t as complicated as you may think.
Last year, as the pandemic kept us cooped up inside our homes, many of us decided to spend our free time working on our cooking skills. All this extra time in the kitchen has meant we are buying new appliances at record speed, while also realising that some of our kitchen tools may need an upgrade. Read on to learn about the appliances you should consider updating in 2021 and beyond.
Over the years, Australia’s homes have been through some incredible transitions. From Melbourne’s traditional Victorian homes to Art Deco touches and European influences, the country’s architectural style is constantly evolving.
Step inside our incredibly grand renovation, filled with stunning details and the finest of finishes. This classic, multi-million dollar home is nestled in the leafy suburb of Mount Waverley.
An Australian summer is best spent outdoors – whether entertaining friends and family, playing a few rounds of backyard cricket or just soaking up the sunshine, having an outdoor living space that works for you is essential.
Melbourne weather is like no other. With hot, sweaty summers, chilly winters and many overcast days throughout the year, Melburnians have to be very good at planning ahead.
One of your biggest priorities when building or renovating should be comfort and a big contributor to this is energy efficiency – making sure that your home stays warm in winter and cool in summer, without reliance on artificial heating or cooling.