Renovating your home is an opportunity to refresh, expand and renew. Here's all the inspiration, ideas and information you need to get started.
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Love wood floors? Why stop there?
This major renovation places a strong emphasis on natural materials and sustainability. The wrap-around wall and ceiling feature was made from recycled wood freed up by the refit.
Cladding at the back of this renovated Victorian double brick house reflects both old and new – brick on the ground level and a metal clad faceted cube for the first floor bedroom addition.
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How to transform your living space in 7 easy steps
Dakota Murphey has put together a step-by-step guide to help you get rid of the old and bring in the new in your living roomSee more
Style & sustainability
A cast-in-situ concrete wall with all imperfections retained offers a rugged counterpart to polished concrete floors – which also acts as a heat sink, soaking up the day’s rays and releasing warmth ba...
Is it old? Or is it new?
Instead of pulling down a dated 1970s home and starting again, the owners preferred the more sustainable option of redeveloping it and making the most of its good points
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Row house remodel opens up a loft-style living area
It started out as an unattractive dark row house, with narrow stairs and small compartmentalised rooms. Now it's a spectacular, light-filled home, open to incredible city views.
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Home Trends Vol. 35/5
We're spoilt for choice these days when it comes to selecting the key materials available for building a new home – concrete, weatherboard, brick, stone, timber are just some of the options. And the t...