Celebrate your new home with a party

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Throwing a housewarming party once everything is complete helps you appreciate your new home afresh

No matter how beautiful your new home, moving house can be stressful, with one in three Australians rating it the second greatest stress one can experience. Throwing a housewarming party once everything is complete helps you appreciate your new home afresh and remember all the reasons you started the journey, as well as being a great opportunity to welcome your neighbours, friends and family, and show off your new design ideas.

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10 ways to confidently add colour to your home

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Whether you are building a new home or working with an existing canvas, here are some ideas to get your creative colours flying.

When building a new home or renovating an existing home, we often opt for the safety of a neutral colour palette. Most people love the idea of add adding colour to their home however they are usually too afraid to do it.

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What you should consider before buying a narrow or small lot

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We love the challenge of building a four bedroom home on an inner-city small or narrow lot. The reduced space forces creativity and versatility of design and makes you think about every inch of space.

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Start preparing now to move into your dream home by Christmas

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Thought about building your dream home? It might seem a little ambitious but if you want to move in by Christmas 2019 you need to start preparing now.

Building a new home can take anywhere between 8 – 12 months. Check out this article for more information on home building timeframes.

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What classifies a small or narrow block in Brisbane?

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The first thing to understand about the classification of small or narrow blocks is that they’re dependant on where you are.

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Minimalist homes have positive psychological effects, study finds

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A well-designed, minimalist home has positive effects on the psychological well-being of those living in it, giving would-be homeowners more reason to have their homes built by experts. With 4.9 million Australians feeling stressed, coming home to a well-organised and beautiful home is now more important than ever - and this is without the studies that support the psychology of organisation and its ability to reduce stress. According to neuroarchitecture expert Eve Edelstein, architectural environment can influence the brain and either increase or decrease stress, which highlights and emphasises the importance of a well-designed home.

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Does all my cabinetry need to be 2PAC?

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2PAC is a hardened paint finish that can be applied to cupboard doors and drawers.

Read here for more information on 2PAC.
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The difference between 2PAC and laminate

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You may have heard the term 2PAC discussed when talking about finishes for cabinet doors in kitchens, bathrooms and other custom cabinetry within the home.

We often have people query exactly what it is and its distinctions between other finishes in the market.

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Interior design trends for 2019

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Thinking of customising your dream home? There’s no better time to be updated on the latest trends in interiors.

High ceilings, open kitchens, and glass doors that let in floods of natural light are just a few ways to whizz your home into the New Year but comfort should be key. Awaken your inner aesthete with just a few of the top trends expected for 2019, selecting styles that show that beautiful design can indeed last a lifetime.

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Corrosion protection when building a new home on the coast

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Corrosion can have a significant impact on homes that are built in coastal or marine environments.

In planning and constructing a new custom home in areas close to salt water, it’s vital to follow the appropriate protection requirements to sustain the harsh conditions of coastal environments. There are specific products outlined by the Australian Standards and the NCC 2016 Building Code of Australia (BCA) – Volume Two. Implementing the corrosion protection requirements for coastal conditions will add additional cost to your build but will significantly reduce maintenance costs long-term.

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