Design Ideas & DIY
A very common question before selling your home or apartment is "Should I renovate it before selling or not?"
That decision depends on so many things but we will concentrate on a couple of main points.
Do you know the feeling when you are going through million images on the Pinterest and see gorgeous timber vanities and say "yep, that's what I want" but the next image has a beautiful striking black mirror that just draws your attention to it and you think "yep, that's what I want". But you can't really have the both, so how do you make up your mind?
European laundries have carved a solid path for how the bathroom & laundry will be viewed in the future. We no longer need dividing walls and isolating doors to create two separate rooms.
In a previous blog post we were talking about the Solid Surface Wall Hung Basin combination with a timber vanity. In this post we are concentrating only on the wall hung basin on its own.
Having a wall hung basin on top of a timber vanity has many advantages and it looks great. As the saying goes 'A picture is worth a thousand words', we will show you why this basin-vanity combination is worth thinking about.
Sometimes renovating a laundry can be overlooked because more emphasis is put into bathrooms and kitchen. Laundry is a very practical part of your home and you can make the most of it in terms of design and functionality by keeping in mind a few simple ideas and tips.
Starting a renovation project can be a bit daunting. You will have so many questions and after finding answers to some questions, other questions arise. Every decision is connected to another one and it can become overwhelming very quickly.
In this blog we are concentrating more on popular tile choices, the patterns that you can create with different tiles, trendy colours etc.
When we talk about tiles, it’s a completely different exciting world and it helps to know some tips when choosing new tiles for your bathroom or kitchen renovation.
We have a lot of customers who are interested in renovating a small bathroom and are happy to learn about tips that allow them to make their small bathroom visually bigger. We want to share some of these tips and ideas with you to help you think bigger.
So you’re ready to take the plunge and commit to your project, but don’t know where to start. In this first part of renovating your bathroom, we are talking in depth about choosing and designing your bathroom vanity
From design inspiration to picking the right materials including brass tap ware, basins, and timber vanities, we have listed a few points for the perfect bathroom renovation project.
Our love for open-plan spaces calls for creativity with layouts. In this brief we had to master the flow between kitchen, laundry and butler pantry.
When it comes to designing a large bathroom, the number of ideas we have is endless, but designing a small bathroom?! Well, that tends to be a bit more challenging.
In order to "manipulate" the space and create flow that makes sense, the first thing to do is case study the room and its usage.
If you’re fitting a holiday home, revamping an old house, or juggling a large home, Just In Place’s brass tap ware at Australian standards can elevate your bathroom and kitchen space.
When space is limited- combining a laundry and a bathroom makes sense in so many ways – both rooms are wet areas and both require same sort of work and attention in regards to trade, design and fittings.
Over the last couple of years, timber vanities of different styles and looks have become super popular-reason being is that they are seriously beautiful and add such a sense of luxury, warmth and comfort to what has previously been such a stark and sterile space.
There are a different set of rules when coming to renovate a kitchen or a bathroom in a rental property than applies to renovating your own.