How to Update Your Bathroom With Little Expense

If you want a new look to your bathroom or shower room but want to achieve it on a budget, then you need to think about every dollar you spend. In order to get the best bang for your buck, look for ways to make a big visual change that don't require ripping things out and starting again. Stick with what you have and with what currently works. Don't replace your three-piece bathroom suite, for example, if it is still serviceable, but look for creative solutions that will make your room look like it has been entirely updated. Read More 

Turn Your Garden into a Magical Fairy Grotto

If you're feeling a bit uninspired by the usual garden design ideas, why not try something a bit more magical? Turning your garden into a fairy grotto is a really fun project, sure to be a talking point with guests. If you have kids, then they will love getting involved, and any visiting children will be delighted by exploring. Follow the suggestions below to create your very own magical sanctuary. Read More 

2 Window Additions That Will Help To Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

With summer fast approaching, now is the time to prepare your home for the onslaught of the hot sun. With the cost of electricity constantly rising, making additions to your home which reduce the need to run your air conditioning unit is a smart way to reduce your bills and create a more passive energy footprint for your home. Some of the biggest offenders for allowing the summer heat to enter your home are the windows. Read More 

Don’t Fall! How to Make Your Home Staircase Safer

Staircases may seem innocent enough, but they're actually a common cause of serious injury. In Australia, more than 500 people die as a result of falls in buildings each year, with accidents on stairs accounting for 60% of these deaths. When it comes to stair fall injuries, children and the elderly are the most at risk. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can take action to make the stairs in your home safer. Read More 

Why Every Aussie Home Should Feature a Patio Installation

At first, renovating your garden seems like a fantastic idea. Large lawn areas are great for relaxing. Pools help everyone cool off, flower beds have aesthetic appeal, and backyard cricket is always an option too. However, turning your garden into a place to spend time can cause problems back inside your home. Suddenly, the floor starts to be covered in dust, soil or sand, while mud streaks appear on your carpets. Read More