Monday, September 1, 2014

These Are the People You Don’t Want in Your New Room

July 17, 2014 Guest Post


When you’ve gone through the process of redesigning one of your rooms and having renovations done, you will no doubt be highly excited and pleased by the outcome and want to show as many people as possible how great your property now looks.

But while you’ll be understandably excited, it’s very important that you think carefully about who you want to show your rooms right away. Some people can be a bit of a hazard when it comes to properties, and are probably better off kept at a safe distance…

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Toorak Residence by Eckersley Garden Architecture

Single Residential


Toorak Residence was designed by Eckersley Garden Architecture, with garden that divided into two halves and visible through large north facing windows. Large sliding glass doors of the kitchen and living spaces open to an outdoor dining area at the high end of the site. This undercover section provides the family with a large entertaining space and built in cooking facilities with plenty of storage.

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Toorak Residence by Eckersley Garden Architecture
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Toorak Residence by Eckersley Garden Architecture
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5 Great Deck Designs

July 16, 2014 Guest Post


Often overlooked, a deck is one of the most important facets of a home. People do myriad things on their deck: they drink their coffee while reading the paper, eat meals, host parties and BBQs, have receptions, teach their kids how to ride bikes, and so on, and so forth. As such, designing the right deck for you is important. Every deck provides different benefits, and each deck has a different visual appeal. How you should design your deck depends on what you want out of the deck, and what pleases you aesthetically. Read more…

Contemporary House Design with Insulated Concrete Form-work in North of Glasgow

Contemporary House Design


Designed by Don McLean Architects as a family home. Situated in the suburbs to the North of Glasgow is a striking contemporary new-build home which takes maximum advantage of the restricted site and its open aspect, both to north and south, with open plan living space situated at the uppermost level.  Beacan is constructed in Insulated Concrete Form-work, finished in acrylic render and cedar cladding, with a stainless steel standing roof. For further detail visit Don McLean Architects site.

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Contemporary House Design with Insulated Concrete Form-work in North of Glasgow
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Contemporary House Design with Insulated Concrete Form-work in North of Glasgow
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DIY Concrete Foundation for Your Add On

July 15, 2014 Guest Post


Having a good foundation is important for any structure, even a tiny shed or a minor add-on to your home. A strong foundation will help hold a building in place and keep it together for as long as it is needed. It will also help a structure resist soil changes that can stem from changes in climate, and help you maintain your property’s value.

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