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My new home – design and planning

Hi Guys. I talked a few weeks back about our new home, how we were settling in and also what we were planning for the new year in terms of the renovation. So it seems I may have snagged myself a spot in my builder’s schedule before Christmas to get the phase 1 work...

My new home – before the renovation

Don’t expect to see any pretty pictures today J I posted a couple of weeks ago talking about our new home and lifestyle change from the lower Northshore up to Wahroonga on the Northshore. You may remember the images I shared with you (if note click here), they looked...

Common mistakes in bathroom design

You may remember a couple of weeks back I wrote a post focusing on guidelines around how to layout a bathroom. Things like height of showers and vanities, where to place your accessories and some general advice on shower screens and sizing. To read this post click...

Bathroom 101 – Vanity and shower heights, towel rails and more

I’ve talked in the past here about how to get the best out of your bathroom design. With a focus on style, fixtures and finishes and general layout. That’s all really important stuff to think about. Now that you’ve agreed on your floor plan, you’ve chosen your tiles...

My guide to feature tile trends

Last week I spoke about general trends for 2018. I touched on the spa style bathrooms that are very much a focus this year but also the comeback of Terrazzo. I wanted to dig a bit deeper into these areas and really look at what’s hot and what’s not when it comes to...

Apartment Renovation – Rose Bay Part 3 – Decision time

Hi Guys. Since my last installment on this project a lot has happened and many decisions have been made. There comes a point in the design process where the plans are set, use of space is decided and then we have to work out what to put in each space. That’s where the...

Bathroom design and renovation planning

I think bathrooms can be the most daunting room in the home to renovate or plan. It the one room that requires the most trades, therefore is costly to renovate. In addition to this good quality tiles, fixtures and fittings can easily take an average bathroom...

SmartSpace Interiors Finished project – Lindfield Home

I’m excited to be posting up a final finished project of the year, as this project is something that I’ve been working on since January. These clients approached me with a brief to assist them with every aspect of the interior design for their new build home. From...

Finished project – turning one room into three!

I had a challenge set for me by a client earlier this year that really put my small space skills to the test! Essentially this is a family who live in a beautiful home on the lower north shore of Sydney, a family of 4, oh and don’t forget to the 2 Siamese cats! The...

Great bathroom design

As some of you may know, the bathroom is the most expensive room in your home to renovate. With the concentration of trades, materials, and fixtures that go into this small space it’s hard to believe but you should be looking at spending anywhere from $25,000 for a...

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