Creating a light and bright, spacious bathroom from a former dungeon-like dugout proves that in the world of renovations, anything is possible.
In this renovation, the rocky road to renovation was smoothed by the expert oversight of a project manager well versed in fixing the tricky bits.
An ex-state house extension and renovation provides unlimited potential for a modern transformation.
It’s warm fuzzies all around for this recently completed renovation.
This building project has seen a classic brick and weatherboard house enlarged and turned into a modern home for a family of five.
Adding a second storey to their existing home proved a family friendly alternative to buying a bigger home in Auckland’s overheated property market.
This charming 1950s house with a picture perfect view of Rangitoto underwent a modern renovation.
The final episode, and much of the renovation is complete.
A complete stair and entrance overhaul in this Kiwi Dream renovation.
Episode 4 continues with the flooring project where we left off in episode 3. After Evie ignores advice from Refresh project manager and tries to cut corners using a dodgey trademen, Refresh steps in to save the day by ripping the whole flooring job up and starting again.
Week 3 of the Kiwi Dream with Refresh Renovations and we start by tackling the main living room. The boys soon uncover water damage resulting in a trench having to be dug around the outside of the house to treat the problem.
What started as an almost unusable space now doubles as a media room come guest bedroom.
Episode 1 tackles the master bedroom and the landscaping.
When it came to reviving an aging bungalow, its owners wanted to remain architecturally faithful to a bygone era.
This 100 year plus villa was transplanted to where it now enjoys both sea and bush views at the back of the house.