Bathroom Renovation Advice ArticlesView all types of renovations
When it comes to planning your new bathroom, there’s a lot to think about! Take a look at our series of helpful articles on bathroom renovation. They include advice on planning, design, products and fixtures.
Tips when renovating an apartment
These must-know tips will help you sidestep the pitfalls that can come with renovating an apartment before anything goes wrong.
The importance of interior design
A new addition prompts some serious action by our serial renovator, who has experienced first hand the benefit of calling in a renovation specialist.
A modern bathroom makeover in Wanganui
A small and outdated bathroom is stripped back to make a clean slate for a brand new modern bathroom - all without requiring a building consent. Find out why.
Whatever the weather, the bathroom provides a retreat after a long day. Bathroom styles are not only changing, they are also bridging the gap from modern and classic, but especially the old and new.
An open kitchen renovation in Parnell
A variety of materials and finishes come together to create a refurbished kitchen and bathroom that brighten up the home.
A villa transformation in Ponsonby
A well-planned renovation turns a classic villa into a modern, open and light space while staying true to its original style.
The 5 Most Popular Types Of Renovations In New Zealand
Where to start with your home renovation? Many homeowners across the country are considering renovation as the best way to improve their home and add to its value. We’re taking a closer look at what’s commonly being done to Kiwi houses, and what it’s costing
Window insulation options that can save you money
Installing effective window insulation can be pricey, but investing smart from the start will save you money and increase the value of your property.
1930s property renovations in the UK
With its streamlined, boxy shape, the classic 1930s semi detached house is a hidden gem found all over British suburbs. While it’s not always glamorous in today’s view, a few easy modifications can help you turn it into a classy abode full of light and space.
A three-storey state house renovation in Remuera
This state house renovation promised an open and modern but eminently functional home. The result is the perfect reflection of the owners’ shared aesthetic and is now a three-storey design showpiece.
Renovating a Queen Anne Federation style home
With turrets and towers, bay windows and bullnoses, ornate fretwork and verandahs, Queen Anne Federation style homes couldn’t be more different to the contemporary box style houses being built all over Australia today.
FAQ: All you need to know about renovating with Venetian Plaster
Venetian plaster’s subtly textured, lustrous finish epitomises timeless elegance. Here is all you need to know about renovating with Venetian Plaster.
Concrete flooring and its benefits
There was a time when having an exposed concrete floor might have prompted your friends to chip in and buy you a carpet, assuming that you couldn’t afford to buy one yourself. How times have changed…
7 expert renovation design rules
Go from piecemeal-patchwork to seamlessly sleek with our seven expert design rules. Tom Bentley from Refresh Renovations UK shares his top tips that will help you create the right look and feel for your home, and avoid common renovation pitfalls.
10 clever ways to lighten up your terrace home
Terraced homes in the UK tend to be long and narrow with little light getting into the middle section of the house. But fret not – our light and bright ideas will draw the sunshine into every corner of your home.
Renovating a 19th Century Georgian home
Georgian houses are among the most admired of all heritage homes in Australia. These have typically sash windows, stained glass, fine plasterwork and elegant timber staircases.