Feedback is important, from concept to completion. We take a look at homeowners Sandy Natha and Eamonn Wilkie’s process to the completion of their home, with help from Refresh Renovations specialists Lia Boersma and Charmaine Davis. We spoke to Sandy and Eamonn about their renovation experience with Refresh Renovations.
Funky subway tiles, tantallising timber and clean lines give an out-dated kitchen in Perth a new zest of life – and its occupants the spacious culinary hub of their dreams.
This family bathroom renovation turned out to be much bigger than the Hows or specialist Nielen Prince had anticipated: when the Refresh Renovations team started work it became obvious that the bathroom needed far more than a facelift.
Set in a 100-year-old villa in rural Fielding, this bathroom makeover was part of a larger home renovation. With its sleek lines and cool contemporary styling, you wouldn’t realise at first glance that this is a room designed for accessibility.
When an Adelaide couple contacted Refresh Renovations earlier this year, they wanted to transform their existing kitchen into a good-looking, hard-wearing family-friendly space, that would be the heart of their home in Camden Park.
When Hamish and Kate McBeath moved into a sprawling new subdivision, they knew they had found the perfect area to raise their family. But they found the lack of space a challenge, especially with their energetic pre-schooler to consider, not to mention his request for a dog!
Often the decision to stay in a home and renovate can be hard to conceive, especially when you have been living there for a long time, but once Sara and Harley Aish sat down with the Refresh Renovations Consultant, the vision for extending their home became clearer.
After seeing the initial excavation process, the second stage of the transformation of Neil and Yvette Basson’s home is now complete, rendering what was a tired 80m2 1970s weatherboard home unrecognisable.
Bread makers in lounge cupboards and other such inconveniences were the impetus behind the interior makeover of this home.
Wanting to create a light and airy apartment kitchen with lots of storage proved easy with the help of Refresh Renovations specialist, Diana May.
This apartment kitchen renovation was transformed from an old and tired 80s-style kitchen to modern and airy within six-weeks.
A $270,000 extension over seven-months including a new rumpus room, gym, laundry and fish tank to utilise the impeccable views of the local river and landscape.
Just seven weeks after work began, a dated kitchen, entranceway, hallway and bathroom is brought back up to speed with current trends and technologies, along with a neutral colour palette for resale.
When the Refresh team handed over their latest project, it was almost too much for the homeowner Lynne Curran.
Instead of moving out, the Basson family looked to an alternative – digging under. Take a look at the initial stages of their house excavation and see how it all works.