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Reinvent Your Home

My name is Jackie. Welcome to my new blog. This blog is designed to offer advice and information to anyone out there who is considering reinventing their home. I woke up one morning and realised that I hadn't changed the decor of my home in over 15 years. The wallpaper was faded, the fireplace looked dated and the paint on the walls was chipped and cracked. I woke my husband and insisted that we take action. The next day, I contacted various remodelling contractors and started discussing plans. I spent the next couple of weeks chatting with them as they completely transformed my home. I was so pleased with the result, I decided to start a blog.

Latest Posts

Office Fitout Hacks When Remodelling the Workplace for Enhanced Productivity
24 March 2021

Most business owners will engage in an office fito

Benefits of Natural Stone Benchtops
19 January 2021

One of the main decisions you'll need to make when

4 Reasons Why Bathroom Renovations Are a Project You Need to Undertake
23 October 2020

The first room to show signs of wear and tear is o

A Strong House, a Safe Home! 3 Reasons Professional Underpinning Is Vital for Your House
29 May 2020

If the walls of your house have cracks and you can

Why Pick a Square or Rectangular Ceiling Shower Head?
25 September 2019

Ceiling showers can come with differently-shaped h

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Design Tips for Making the Most of a Small Bathroom

Renovating a bathroom can be an enjoyable experience, giving you the opportunity to give the room an entirely fresh look and get it just the way you want it. With particularly small bathrooms, however, it's quite a challenge. If you've decided to remodel a small bathroom, think of it as a chance to start over and get the most out of the available space. With a bit of forethought and clever design, you can make the room seem bigger than it actually is and fit more in than you might think. Read More 

Solid Wood Bencktops vs Veneer Benchtops: The Pros and Cons of Each for Your Kitchen

There are a whole host of available materials that can be used to create your kitchen benchtops, from concrete to marble. However, many people prefer the more natural and welcoming appearance of wood, but that still leaves them with a final decision to make: solid wood or veneer? There's really no right option – you simply have to weigh up the pros and cons on both sides, and then decide which material best suits your needs. Read More 

4 Benefits of Fitting a Teak Bathroom Vanity

If you're renovating your bathroom and plan to fit a freestanding vanity in it, there are plenty of styles and materials that you can choose from, but teak might not be an option that you have taken the time to consider. Using solid timber in the bathroom has become less common in recent years, with stones and plastics becoming the norm. However, a freestanding teak vanity can make a great addition, and here are just four reasons why. Read More 

5 Fantastic Benefits of Using Cork Flooring in the Bathroom

When you're picking out the flooring for your bathroom, cork probably isn't an option that springs immediately to mind. Be that as it may, cork flooring actually offers plenty of bathroom benefits compared to traditional options like stone and tile. Here are just five simple reasons you should use cork flooring in the bathroom. 1. Hygienic One of the best things about using cork for your bathroom flooring is that it is a very hygienic choice. Read More 

4 Factors to Consider When Deciding Between a Peninsular Layout and a Kitchen Island

Peninsula or island? It might sound like a question from your old geography textbook, but it's actually a very important question to ask yourself when you're designing a kitchen. While peninsula layouts place most of the countertop along the wall with one part extending to form an L shape, islands position one large section of countertop by itself in the middle of a kitchen. There's really no right answer when it comes to choosing between them – it's all down to your personal needs and wants. Read More