Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Ensuite Renovation Castle Hill – Marvelous Marble

By |2018-03-28T04:59:35+00:00March 28th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides & Projects, Projects|

Ensuite Bathroom Renovation Castle Hill Marvelous finish to this ensuite bathroom renovation we completed in Castle Hill. This bathroom ticks all the boxes for the perfect bathroom renovation. The customers chose a timeless black and white colour scheme accented by earthy timber and ultra modern black tapware. The marble mosaic floor tiles Labyrinth Transition Carrera+Nero Marquita are a feature on their own, making a huge statement in this bathroom. The white

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Creating a Feature in your Bathroom

By |2018-12-03T12:44:49+00:00March 26th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides, Guides & Projects|

Design in bathrooms has changed considerably over the years. Once upon a time, feature tiles were considered a simple picture tile that was used sparingly, with a single tile placed strategically on one or two walls of a bathroom. Border tiles were commonly used to add character to a bathroom and were tiled in a single row that spanned the entire perimeter of the bathroom walls. Often listello tiles were used either side of the

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Why you should stop using bleach in your bathroom

By |2018-03-21T13:49:10+00:00March 20th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides, Guides & Projects|

Bleach and ammonia based products are commonly used for household cleaning, particularly in bathrooms for their disinfecting and whitening abilities. Though quite popular and common products, they are extremely toxic and may not be quite as effective as we think. It is thought that bleach is a wonder product for mould, although it does nothing but whiten mould spores, so you will find mould appear again in exactly the same place just a short time

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Kitchen Renovation Kellyville – Contemporary Class

By |2018-03-13T02:30:50+00:00March 13th, 2018|Guides & Projects, Kitchens, Projects|

Stunning finish to this kitchen renovation we completed in Kellyville.   The customers chose a classic neutral colour scheme which gives this kitchen a timeless appeal. There is an abundance of storage storage space in this kitchen that includes a matching bar area with even more cupboard space.  A classic white, high gloss polyurethane finish was chosen for the cabinets with chrome handles with soft close drawers and cupboards. The wall cabinets go all the

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Why you should be cleaning your shower drain

By |2018-03-13T07:41:40+00:00March 12th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides, Guides & Projects|

Cleaning our bathrooms is something most of us do on at least a weekly basis. Disinfecting our toilets, wiping blobs of toothpaste off vanities and scrubbing shower scum from our showers are all part of our normal bathroom cleaning routine. We perform these tasks to effect good hygiene and because they are most obvious if we don’t. But what of the cleaning tasks that are not so obvious? We are all aware of just how

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Main Bathroom Renovation Quakers Hill – On trend neutrals

By |2018-03-13T00:19:24+00:00March 6th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides & Projects, Projects|

  Such a beautiful finish to this bathroom renovation we completed in Quakers Hill. The customers chose a timeless white and neutral coloured scheme contrasting light neutral tiles with white P.C. items. Wall tiles were 300 x 600mm with matching 300 x 300mm floor tiles all in porcelain. A stunning white free standing bath with chrome mixer tap and swivel bath spout that folds neatly after filling bath to avoid bumps and scrapes, is set

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How to prevent mould in your shower recess

By |2018-03-05T23:02:13+00:00March 5th, 2018|Bathrooms, Guides, Guides & Projects|

Without doubt, one of the most common problems almost everyone experiences in their bathrooms from time to time, is mould. Especially in the shower recess. Mould is the dreaded fungus that we try and avoid, often to no avail. Walk into any supermarket cleaning aisle and you will find an abundance of products that sole purpose is to help us eradicate this nasty problem. However, most of these products fail to do anything other than

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