Kitchen

Renovating the Kitchen: Testing the Black

This is starting as a test.  We wanted to see how this ‘miracle’ Rustoleum spray paint would actually look on the kitchen cabinet doors. As we have said previously, we are not 100% happy with the colour of the kitchen cabinet doors.  Against the timber benchtops, the Kaboodle Chocanilla colour looked khaki.  An ugly khaki… Continue reading Renovating the Kitchen: Testing the Black

Decorating · Kitchen

DIY Menu Board (With Bonus Tips!)

Having a Menu Board is seemingly becoming  a kitchen staple.  They’re a time-saver and a money saver.  Because you (theoretically) buy your groceries to match your list, you’re not grabbing junk off the grocery aisle shelves willy-nilly; and because you have a plan, when you get home from work, your dinner is already written out. … Continue reading DIY Menu Board (With Bonus Tips!)

Bathroom

Bathroom Tap Sets, Faucets and Hardware

Choosing bathroom tap sets actually didn’t take long.  We wanted black, of course, but Australian plumbers will not install tapware that is not Watermarked (this covers the plumber legally).  Being Watermarked simply means that the product complies with Australian Quality Standards.  And having that Quality Standard on black taps and faucets and showerheads comes with… Continue reading Bathroom Tap Sets, Faucets and Hardware

Bathroom

Using Nature to Inspire an Ageless Wood and Stone Bathroom

A wood and stone bathroom is an up-and-coming look for an ageless, naturally inspired room. Often when you walk into a bathroom, you can make a pretty good guess in what decade it was last renovated.  Certain colour schemes and material types reek of outdated trends.  You know what I mean, yeah? When we stepped… Continue reading Using Nature to Inspire an Ageless Wood and Stone Bathroom