When designing dual occupancy homes we often have a reduced area to work with so we always try to add plenty of design effort into natural light. Natural light creates an opening of a sometimes challenging smaller area. read more
So many homes have plain tiling in their bathrooms and ensuite. In your new custom home add some feature tiles to one wall. By adding some stunning feature
tiles you make the difference between a boring plain wall to an outstanding point of interest. read more
I know summer has left us for another 9 month but when it comes back be prepared with a custom design alfresco eating and cooking area.
This is a must to add into your custom home design to take advantage of the great Australian summer with your family and friends. read more
Storage is always an issue with home design so we try to add custom cabinetry to our builds as a way of creating allocated storage of your belongings.
By having allocated areas it will reduce impact on other storages in your home.
The best thing about designing a custom home is you can add them little extras that will make your home work better like adding two front doors. By adding
two front doors it makes moving in so much easier. read more
Creating interesting features within our custom design homes is a passion of ours. By adding some plaster bulkheads with timber lining boards add a
point of interest then add a beautiful fire place and wow that works.
When you have a great view from your backyard why not use it?
What about a good size deck, don’t make the mistake of many by building a small deck which is unable to be used to maximum the open feel. read more
Custom robe fitouts are becoming the normal with our clients and we are achieving some great results.
With a custom design robe you can have shoe racks, hat racks, prep areas and the list goes on.
National Tiles are a great stop for creating design ideas for your wet areas.
Depending on your personal choice you could choose some large tiles as a statement piece or maybe some smaller mosaic tiles possibly as a feature strip.