Bathroom Renovation Advice ArticlesView all types of renovations
The three most important things a buyer looks at when deciding how they value your house are the front door, the kitchen and the bathroom. If you renovate each of these aspects of your house it will increase its value relative to other similar properties. Browse the articles below that provide advice and inpiration for your bathroom renovation project.
Healthy Home hot water systems
Hot water systems are vital to your health and comfort in your home, but are easily overlooked - until something goes wrong.
Fresh contemporary urban tiles from Heritage
If you are thinking of renovating and contemporary urban looks are your style, you’ll definitely want to check out the following popular tile collections.
Ensuite bathroom design tips
Deciding on the layout for your ensuite will become much easier after reading tips and advice for storage, basins and setting the mood in your bathroom from Caroma.
Clever colour technology with Resene as seen on The Kiwi Dream
The Kiwi Dream Home takes us back to the beach with its sea washed colours. Popular Resene colours, from the Karen Walker Paints collection offer a modern colour palette that you can relax and enjoy.
Bathroom Renovation Ideas that will help keep your bathroom comfortable and accessible as you age
Ageing, and its associated implications, are a reality and should not be ignored, especially when considering your next bathroom renovation.
5 Ways to make your bathroom look bigger
Is your bathroom small and cramped? Wish you had more space? The good news is that you don’t have to add extra square metres to make your bathroom look bigger. Using simple tricks that fool the eye may be all you need to make your bathroom appear more spacious.
What exactly is a Wet Room?
Wet rooms are usually defined as fully waterproofed areas where the walls of the bathroom form the boundaries of the shower itself. Wet rooms typically include a sink and toilet; there may or may not be a bathtub as well.
Villa Renovation Tips
Jostling for space on leaf-lined, inner-city streets, and punctuating pot-holed gravel routes located well off the beaten track, the classic Kiwi villa is often exposed in various states of renovation, from Cape Reinga to Bluff...