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3 Amazing Innovations in Home Construction

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It feels like the construction of new homes is fairly uniform, with traditional building materials remaining unchanged for generations. Sure, there has been modernisation in the way that these materials are prepared, and of course construction methods have advanced over the years. In the coming years you might well be living in a home that has been made from 3D printed materials, or made of plastic bricks. You could even live in a repurposed shipping container, and there are already a number of these homes in Australia and around the world.

11 August 2016

How to Add Style and Function to Your Office With the Right Fitouts

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The fitouts you use in your office are probably more important than you realize; they provide privacy for your workers so they can concentrate and also help to direct the flow of foot traffic. Their appearance can also set the tone of your company; if they're dull and drab, your company may seem a bit unenthused about your business. When you're ready to replace the fitouts you have or are furnishing a new office, note a few tips for how to add style and function with the right fitouts.

11 August 2016

Five Reasons Teak Is a Fabulous Material for Furniture in Tiny Houses

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Choosing furniture for your tiny house can be challenging. You need furniture that fits into and complements your tiny space as well as furniture that performs more than one function, such a a dining table that converts into a guest bed. In many cases, teak may be one of the best options. Here's a look at why: 1. Long lasting In exchange for the relatively high price of teak compared to some other types of wood furniture, you receive a lot of value.

8 August 2016

How to make the most out of a small garden

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Many people mistakenly believe that there's not much that can be done to improve the appearance of a tiny garden. However, whilst it is true that smaller outdoor spaces present more challenges than their larger counterparts, there are in fact plenty of ways to make the most out of a modestly-proportioned garden. All that's required is a bit of time, patience and creativity. Plant vertically If you're looking for a simple way to add some natural beauty into a small garden, without infringing on the already-limited ground area, consider hanging some plants vertically, up along the fencing boards or walls.

4 August 2016

Options You Can Consider For Mounted Bathroom Cabinets

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If you are looking to increase storage capacity in your bathroom, your best bet would be to invest mounted bathroom cabinets. This is especially convenient for smaller bathrooms that may not have sufficient floor space for freestanding cabinetry. However, making a selection of bathroom cabinets is not as simple as selecting the first choice you get from cabinet makers. You need to establish your individual needs so as to ensure the cabinetry will be able to meet these needs.

27 May 2016

Why Teak Would Be Great for Outdoor Café Chairs

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If you are searching for aesthetically appealing yet durable outdoor café chairs, then teak would be an ideal choice. Not only can this type of furniture withstand seasonal weather changes, it is also quite comfortable. Granted, teak is one of the more expensive types of wood you could purchase but you can be assured of the longevity of your furniture pieces. Here are some of the reasons why teak furniture would be great for outdoor café chairs.

18 May 2016