We started this plan with big ideas of making a butt-kicking post about how to change an outdated (but perfectly functional) fridge into something that looked much more expensive. The original idea was to get it done before we moved. After spending a fair bit of time procrastinating, we decided it was probably better to… Continue reading FAIL – Updating the Refrigerator
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
So much. Then a little bit more. We could not be happier with how the internal colours turned out. Even after we were pretty darn pleased with the exterior colour, the interior did not disappoint. Dulux’s Flooded Gum against a crisp, fresh white looks just amazing. In hindsight, we don’t believe we actually specified a… Continue reading How Much Do We Love The Internal Colours?
It’s pretty exciting when you go to visit your build, expecting to see the same base shade of classy 80’s cream you’ve been seeing for months, only to find it has all been painted! We chose Colorbond’s Windspray for our external walls with white and Colorbond’s Surfmist for trim. The roof is Colorbond’s Basalt, as… Continue reading The House Has Been Painted!
Colour choice was pretty fast, here. Well, Mr Hammer and I have had a fair few years to ponder these kinds of possibilities, so we sort of already knew what we wanted. External Neutrality is perfect for external house colours. It can be livened up with a pop of colour in the front door, garage… Continue reading Colour Me Happy!