Stylish Blinds: The Different Designs You Could Install In Your Home

Posted on: 8 November 2016

Although curtains and drapes have been the common choice for window treatments, blinds are gradually increasing in popularity in Australian homes. The reason for this is not only can you find blinds in an assortment of styles and designs, but also they are manufactured from a myriad of materials. Some of the more popular materials blinds are made from include timber, steel, vinyl and even plastic. Therefore, you can always rest assured that you will get window furnishings that will not only satisfy your personal tastes but will also complement the current interior furnishings of your home.
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Interior Design Ideas – How to Perfectly Dress a Bay Window

Posted on: 27 October 2016

Bay windows are a beautiful addition that can create a stunning focal point in every home. However, due to their unique shapes, choosing the ideal window treatments that balance style and functionality can be tricky and confusing. Bay windows usually project outward from the main wall of the building to create a bay in the room, and finding the right curtains or blinds for this feature is difficult. Here are some top ideas and tips for dressing bay windows in any room and space in your home.
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Use Glass Splashbacks to Update Your Kitchen's Interior Design

Posted on: 27 October 2016

If your splashbacks are beginning to look drab and stained, chances are they are affecting the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. The last thing you would want is your kitchen looking dirty, as this is where the food comes from! One of the appealing materials that you could consider for replacing your splashbacks is glass. Some people may falsely assume that glass may not hold well to the kitchen environment. The truth is the splashbacks are made from tempered glass, thus making them just as strong as the tiles that you previously had.
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Create A Beachside Holiday Vibe In Your Inner-City Unit With These Simple Additions

Posted on: 26 October 2016

Holidays by the beach are a quintessential part of the Australian lifestyle. For many people, an oceanside holiday house is the ultimate place to spend a relaxed and enjoyable time with friends and family. If you live in an inner-city unit block, you may feel that your home couldn't be further removed from a blissful, beachside abode. However, if you're craving the coastal vibes, you can recreate the look and feel of a beach house with a few simple changes to elements in your unit's living spaces.
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