A stylish and practical home office renovated from an unused guest bedroom.
Homeowner Maryann moved into her 1990s style Townhouse with grand visions of the home’s potential. Being a serial renovator that moves house every few years, she knew exactly what she wanted the end product to resemble. Check out this case study of a spectacular Melbourne townhouse renovation
A slick and spacious new kitchen, new flooring and improved usability of the space resulted in another very happy Refresh customer.
These homeowners had a clear goal to maximise space and repurpose the area under their house.
Lisa and Peter wanted to increase the functionality of their narrow, dated kitchen. Refresh made it happen.
The Crockhart family had a clear idea of how to renovate their small dark kitchen.
Due to health issues, Ben’s elderly Mum moved in with them and being a little less mobile, it was clear that the existing bathroom would not meet their needs.
With two bathrooms needing attention, it was clear a phased approach would be required for this Melbourne home makeover.
Relocating the laundry to the great outdoors was the perfect solution for this Melbourne homeowner.
This is what our client had to say about this project, “The project was finished in five weeks and I’ve got no complaints. It’s really good to have a decent shower and that would have to be the best part of the new bathroom. We came in on budget at just under A$16k even though I was expecting to pay considerably more,”
A garage conversion, a pergola build, and landscaping repairs – all underway at the same time.
Maria and Bob Dight decided to renovate their 1878 heritage home in Strathfield in Sydney’s Inner West.
From basic to beautiful – this project saw the creation of a new bathroom and laundry space in an Old Queenslander home.
Renovating their kitchen was a hard decision for Ron and Hilda Wren. The kitchen was the keeper of many memories and sentiments that only time can generate. It only took three days to complete the project, which delivered a high quality kitchen and still kept the budget in check.
After ten years of living with limited space and resources, Guy Batten, his partner Rob, and their good friend Alan a decided to create a vibrant kitchen with a practical layout and better design balance.