The team at Refresh Renovations Illawarra had some challenges to overcome during the extension of this 1980’s home. Check out how Cinzia Gagliardi and Matt Green faced these challenges and were able to give their client a stress-free renovation that delivered everything she wanted.
Cost-effectiveness was the key driver for this project. When this client contacted Guy of Refresh Renovations, Sydney they were only looking to update the bathroom of their investment property. However, the project ended up being a total facelift of their 1920’s apartment as they managed to keep the original features intact and added that modern touch.
This homeowner entrusted their renovation project into the capable hands of Nielen Prince from Refresh Renovations Adelaide. The brief was to reinvent the arrangement of the home to create an open-plan layout. Nielen found a fantastic way to make better use of the already abundant space in the living area, as well as create a butler’s pantry and wine cellar.
When Mark and Lera Everett of West Wollongong, NSW booked an appointment with Cinzia Gagliardi and Matt Green of Refresh Renovations Illawarra they desperately needed help renovating their unit. Check out this transformation of their impractical kitchen and bathroom.
The homeowners of this property wanted to get rid of their space occupying spa bath to have a more luxuriously spacious ensuite for their master bedroom. They contacted Refresh specialist Stephen Cox to take on this challenge.
When renovating, what seems like a simple and straightforward job can often throw you a curveball. That’s what Stephen Cox discovered when he took on the job of updating this Jilliby homeowner’s ensuite and bathroom. Always up for a challenge, he was able to work with an unusually shaped room and create a modern bathroom that the client can be proud to show off.
A water-damaged bathroom cabinet, as a result of a long-term leaking shower, was the motivating factor behind Jennifer Flachs’ decision to finally renovate the ensuite bathroom of the 3-bedroom townhouse in Ashby Grove, Eaglemont, Victoria.
Paul Cree and Tas Boucher from Refresh Renovations Melbourne received a call from one of their many happy customers to take on a second renovation project. The homeowner wanted a large, spacious and luxurious bathroom, but had little space to work with. Refresh came up with the solution to marginally extend the bathroom space and replace the exterior wall with opaque glass to add natural light while keeping extension costs down. See the results for yourself.
This homeowner decided to trade his swimming pool for a more spacious and luxurious home. The space for this extension was created by using the lad reclaimed from filling in the swimming pool to create this magnificent four-bedroom, three bathroom home that has style in spades. A truly remarkable project copleted by Refresh Specialist Stephen Cox.
After renovating the main and guest bathrooms of this home, Paul Cree and his team were commissioned to come back and begin work on updating the main living areas as the second phase of this renovation. The brief was to create a more modern and open plan living area that combined the kitchen, living room and dining area. With a budget of 60k, the team pulled together to achieve this amazing result.
Soon after Mary moved into her 3-bedroom townhouse in Ashby Grove, the shower in the ensuite started to leak. Mary saw the quality of workmanship and the outstanding result for her neighbour Jennifer’s ensuite bathroom done by Refresh Renovation’s Paul Cree, She contacted Paul and was delighted with his professionalism and timely project completion.
This homeowner contacted Renovations Specialist Cinzia Gagliardi of Refresh Renovations Illawarra to undertake the project of upgrading the guest bathroom as well as putting a new roof in the pergola that shelters her outdoor area. A fairly straight-forward project that produced the ideal result for the customer and all within the customer’s budget of $38,000.
The owners of this 1980s home felt like they were stuck in the dark ages with their bathroom setup. They contacted Refresh Specialist Cinzia Gagliardi to who completely overhauled the bathrooms and created a brightly lit and modern space that looks like it belongs in a showhome. Check out the full story here.
The homeowner wanted to move back into his late 90’s Sydney home after his tenants had decided to move on, but felt that now would be the perfect time for a full home renovation. One of the requirements of this project was that it had to be completed within a 9 week timeframe, and this, was set in stone. This is was a big ask for any renovation builder but Sydney renovations specialist Hashim Nasser stepped up to the plate and delivered a phenomenal result to this time-constrained project.
Kirsty and Adrian had purchased a run-down 2 bedroom apartment in Summer Hill in order to penetrate the souped-up Sydney property market and virtually "camped" in it until it was time to renovate. Thanks to the genius work of the Sydney Refresh Renovations team led by Hashim Nasser, their tiny Sydney apartment has been into a modest and modern space.
The brief given by the homeowner on this project was to transform their 30-year-old ensuite bathroom. The space was small with not much natural light, so in order to achieve his goal, Paul Cree from Refresh Renovations Melbourne needed to think outside the box.