Your bedroom is your private space and sanctuary to retreat to away from the world at the end of each day. But is your bedroom all it can be? Maybe you’re thinking of hiring a tradie to renovate your bedroom with new carpet, wallpaper and curtains? Or are you wanting to give your existing decor a makeover with some new soft furnishings? No matter what your aspirations are, we’ve got 6 inspiring and romantic Valentines Day bedroom renovation and decoration ideas for you.
Red is synonymous with Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s a dozen red roses or the wrapper on your favourite chocolates, we all love something in red on this special day. Using red paint strategically in the bedroom can give your love life some vavoom!
If you’re sitting there thinking ‘yeah, nah its not’ then take a look at this! Not only is this shelving practical for storing everything thats scattered over the floor and bed, it looks hot… A handyman, cabinet maker or builder can help you create shelving that’s perfect for your love nest.
Red carpet is not only elegant and classy but the right shade of red may hide a multitude of sins! Teamed with some contrasting bedding and soft furnishings the right red carpet or rug will add the finishing touches to your love den.
Our wonderful office mates over at felt.co.nz inspire us every day, so we’ve asked them to come up with a few valentines day gift ideas that you can buy now to start of complete your bedroom makeover.
These two classic chairs add luxury to any room with patterned fabric and red velvet. Finished with quality upholstery material, they’re also very robust.
These A4 digital prints are hand coloured with powdered dye to make each one completely unique.
These screen printed pillow cases will bring a bit of fun to your bedroom. Furthermore, each screen is individually cut by hand and printed onto 100% cotton pillowslips.
Whether you’re hiring a tradie to get cracking on your romantic bedroom makeover or checking out the felt.co.nz Valentines Day gift guide for inspiration we hope you have a wonderful day celebrating love in all its forms.
This is part three in a four part series where we’ll discuss what features to expect for $3,000 to $100,000-plus when undertaking bathroom renovations and what you need to help you plan your bathroom renovation.
This week we’re looking at bathroom renovation costs for:
Location, cost of labour and materials all play a part in the costing of a bathroom renovation. The average bathroom renovation job in Auckland will definitely cost more than the a similar job carried out in Greymouth. (more…)
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If you’re thinking about undertaking a bathroom renovation, then you’ll no doubt be considering what you want to achieve by doing so. Whether it’s updating the look, increasing resale value or adding functionality, amenities and storage, the scope of your bathroom renovation project will depend on many factors but primarily your budget.
Other factors include how long you’ve been living in your home and how much longer you plan on remaining there. We’ll also be sharing our knowledge on what features to expect for $3,000 to $100,000-plus, to help you plan your bathroom renovation.
Like all home renovation projects, there’s generally 3 levels of renovating: good, better and absolute best. In this series of #bathroom #renovation articles we’ll walk you through the basics regardless of your budget. All price ranges are indicative only to give a general guideline. Hire a professional bathroom renovator or designer to get an exact free quote or use our online estimator. (more…)
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Should you have a pet friendly home? Yes! Our homes are a place we can relax away from the daily grind of life with our family and friends. More often than not, we’re sharing our homes with cats, dogs, birds and more!
Many homeowners happily admit to being crazy about their pets and treating them like their best friend.
But like any BFF, your pets’ habits, belongings and decor can be a headache to live with.
Here’s some simple pet friendly home ideas to keep your home looking beautiful and your pets feeling happy and secure.
Having your washing machine and dryer or laundry in the kitchen isn’t that common here in New Zealand, yet. It’s a trend that is seen in European cities and is catching on in the USA in big cities and smaller apartments where space is at a premium.
Does having the extra counter space over under counter appliances make up for the inconveniences of having your laundry in the kitchen or do you still prefer it to be in the garage or separate room? (more…)
Cabinet makers use woodworking skills to create cabinets, shelving and furniture. The fundamental focus of cabinet makers is the production of cabinetry. Although they may also produce items that would not be recognized as cabinets, however the same skills and techniques apply.
A cabinet may be built-in or freestanding and is usually custom-made for a particular situation and it is fixed into position, on a floor, against a wall, or framed in an opening. Freestanding cabinets are more commonly available as off-the-shelf items and can be moved from place to place if required. Cabinets may be wall hung or suspended from the ceiling.
Their work involves the following tools: Shaper, Moulder, Router, Planer, Sander, Saw.
Cabinet components include: Bases, Adjustable feet, Compartments, Cabinet insert software, Tops.