One of the most popular selling points of a kiwi home is the indoor outdoor flow. Whether you’re thinking of selling or just want to realise the potential of your home and the plot it stands on, considering indoor outdoor flow is important.
The secret to unlocking the potential of both spaces is blurring the boundaries between inside and outside. This works regardless of the size of your garden compared to the size of your home. Select from our great ideas below to improve indoor outdoor flow and make the most of your property. (more…)
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.
Flooring doesn’t have to be boring. Here’s our pick of 8 fancy flooring ideas with a unique twist on carpet, tile and timber. What’s your favourite? Tell us in the comments below.
Floor fun fit for any room! This floor is cut from an assortment of plywood, but a similar effect can be easily done with vinyl. Hire a professional to get the flooring laser cut and laid for a precision finish and save some time and frustration with a jigsaw.
A flooring contractor installs, repairs and maintains floor coverings in residential homes and commercial properties. They often specialize in a specific kind of floor material, such as tiles, or offer services for all floor types. Other specialists may focus on groups of materials, such as vinyl and lino or wooden flooring.
Floor coverings include different types of materials like hardwood, tile, laminate, stone, carpet, vinyl and linoleum. Homeowners hire flooring contractors to prep the floor before laying of the covering, or to repair or refinish existing floor coverings. A contractor is also used to restore historic floor materials including hardwood, tiles and stone.
Homeowners will usually contact several flooring contractors to request pricing and information for their home. A contractor will generally visit the home to discuss this before providing a quote or estimate. A contractor may also organise cleaning up and disposal of existing floor products.
Their work involves carpet, polish, sanding, carpet strippers, strip cutters, vinyl tools, knee kickers, flooring clamps, moisture meters, laminate, hardwood, softwood, cork, tile, mosaic, floorboard.