Interior Decorating Lounge
I know we are all on the look out to find beautiful things to fill our new homes, came across this online store that also sells at the Southbank markets, prices don't seem…
Aug 01, 2010 10:08 pm
Show me your light fittings :-)
My husband wants downlights through the entire house ... sigh.
I'd really like to have something beside downlights, so come on ... share some pictures of your gorgeous…
Ideas for a render colour????
Rhoff, we painted the brick on our home but this isn't a good idea as we had to remove it for the render but it did give us a good idea (this was with our final choice…
Jul 30, 2010 3:31 pm
Whitish leather sofas?
We have a chocolate leather lounge from Nick Scali and the leather holds up really well and is so easy to wipe clean. I don't think I would ever buy a fabric lounge…
Has anyone seen shelves like these?
Judie, just stumbled upon this on ebay. As soon as I saw it I knew someone on here was looking for something like it. It took me 20 minutes to find this thread (thank…
Jul 28, 2010 11:01 pm
Blah. Newport Brick is a $2k upgrade....poo bottom!
Thinking Latrobe now...it's only 800 or Malt...that's included in cat 1. Hmmm..what to do, what to do! Think this…
Furnishing cinema room
Hmm....have two rows of chairs has its own advantage and disadvantage. I don't have a stepped or slopy room. Since Its flat, I prefer to have something like day bed or…
Plantation shutters - sydney
Hi Hutchy we recently had plantations installed by superior blinds & shutters. They did a great job & price was reasonable too. There are some pics on my thread - link…
Color help please
I would go the white arcs and skirting boards.
I've seen antique white with a white ceiling and it looked great, it was really nice white with just a bit of warmth. I do…
Just had my white shimmer benchtops put in today- kitchen not finished yet and is a big mess but here are some…
Bathroom colour selection
We used different laminates in different rooms, but they all sort of go together. Even though you have shown quite a few laminates, they are all in the green/grey/taupe…
Jul 23, 2010 12:20 am
Wall colour with polished floors
I like your house. That’s the white wall and timber floor I like. Lol
But yes, it is all very subjective. I’ve just never liked the “older style”, or…
Hi McKinnon the post you responded to ^ has been deleted - was spam.
Furniture used for Masterchef
Good morning friends of HomeOne,
This is “Lettuce” making a formal introduction as there has been some questions about my authenticity. As "Lettuce", I am usually a…
Dulux Colour Family Help
HI again Kylie,
I know exactly how you feel. When we first seen our garage door in Dune,
I had that brief moment where your not sure whether your pleasantly surprised or…
The usual.. whites and walls
White Duck would be my choice out of those on your list sheepdog.
I'm leaning a bit towards white duck quarter now. I wanted the trims to be…
Jul 20, 2010 10:49 am
Outside Render colours
I'd suggest Self-Destruct (dulux). Similar neutral to CB Paperbark but not quite as yellow and it does have a very slight green undertone that would tie in really nicely…
Jul 19, 2010 11:26 am
Any way to prevent paint chipping?
I am currently suffering this fate with my reno! Just had tilers in, and I am now left with the very messy cleanup. Grout and cement, EVERYWHERE.…
edit- double picture
Interior Help Needed - Tiles
One is called linea sand (yellowish) and the other linea grey (the latest on I posted)
Hmmm, this is harder than when I did all of the other colour selections!
Jul 16, 2010 2:54 pm
dammit, first southies is posting pretty lights, and now michelle.
does no one care that i'm not allowed to buy pretty new…
Dulux Sea Elephant
Hi Chloe, I have no hesitation recommending sea elephant as your splash back colour, when there are predominantly whites as you are using you need the depth of a colour to…
Choosing carpet colour
I like the sound of the light Mushroom also.
Patterned carpet in a low pile is excellent for stairs as it is usually stronger and stands up longer. IF laid right, there…