Once Sara and Harley Aish sat down with the Refresh Renovations Consultant, the vision for extending their home became clearer.
Neil and Yvette Basson’s home is now complete, rendering what was a tired 80m2 1970s weatherboard home unrecognisable.
Bread makers in lounge cupboards and other such inconveniences were the impetus behind the interior makeover of this home.
This apartment kitchen was transformed in just six weeks.
A $270,000 extension over seven-months including a new rumpus room, gym, laundry and fish tank to utilise the impeccable views of the Ohau River.
A dated kitchen, entranceway, hallway and bathroom is brought back up to speed with current trends and technologies.
When the Refresh team handed over their latest project, it was almost too much for the homeowner Lynne Curran.
Instead of moving out, the Basson family looked to an alternative – digging under.
A dated 1990s townhouse in St. Heliers has been transformed through thoughtful renovation that have brought the home into the 21st century.
One of the biggest decisions the Iro family made was to remain in their home during its renovation.
Vibrant, open and inviting areas are at the heart of this extensive home renovation.
When Kirsten and Maurice Bone first saw the run-down 1912 villa, its potential was obvious.
Creating a light and bright, spacious bathroom from a former dungeon-like dugout proves that in the world of renovations, anything is possible.
In this renovation, the rocky road to renovation was smoothed by the expert oversight of a project manager well versed in fixing the tricky bits.
An ex-state house extension and renovation provides unlimited potential for a modern transformation.