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Renovate

Issue 004 - OUT OF STOCK

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Renovate

Issue 004 - OUT OF STOCK

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In this issue of Renovate magazine, you will read about:

It's all here in black and white

Freshen up the heart of your home with the latest kitchen styles and the hottest accessories. A striking black and white scheme creates a fresh, modern space – ready for spring and summer entertaining.

Bungalow Renovations

New Zealand bungalows have a distinctive character that can easily be lost or destroyed – so it’s important to understand the home’s unique features and common problems when planning a renovation.

Case Study

A resourceful restoration turned an 18th century farmhouse and wine estate in Serveillac, France into a comfortable 300-square-metre home for a family of six, as well as a Bichon Frisé, a cat, horses and chickens.

Home base

You don’t have to sacrifice a stylish home design to create an accessible home base for all mobility levels. By integrating the basic principles of Universal Design when renovating, you can create a future-proofed home that is suitable not only for you into old age but also for your whole family as their lifestyles change.

Doing the sums

Whether the dream home you would like to buy – or have already bought – needs a new coat of paint, a kitchen makeover or a loft conversion, it’s important to plan your budget and get an understanding of the expected costs.*

Bold and beautiful

Dress up your walls this spring with bright colours and striking wallpaper.

Bringing the indoors out

Outdoor rooms are a wonderful way of extending your living space. Here is how – with a little bit of planning – you can turn your garden or deck into a luxurious outside lounge.

Case Study: Lighting the way

Lighting is an integral part of this Omanu beach house, making it a beacon of excellence in lighting design.

Case Study: Going up

An expansive roof area has provided one Otahuhu family with the opportunity to extend their much-loved family home.

Hot choice

Providing hot water accounts for around 30 per cent of the total energy costs of a typical New Zealand household – so consider how much heated water you really need and what energy sources you have available.

DIY: Planter Boxes

With spring around the corner many Kiwis are keen to plant herbs and flowers. Our step-by-step guide makes building and decorating a planter box for your garden easy.

Glorious garages

Keeping the garage clean and free of clutter can be a challenge, but with a few simple measures you can turn it into a usable, yes, even a warm, welcoming and safe space.

Our favourite clocks

Keeping track of time has never been more fun than with this season’s bright and beautiful clocks. We’ve compiled some of our most timely finds for you to choose from.

Our favourite basins

Take the plunge and freshen up your bathroom or guest toilet with a stylish basin. Whether you’re completing a full-scale renovation project or simply wish to add some sparkle – here are our coolest finds.

Our favourite vases

As the days are getting longer and warmer it’s time to celebrate spring with fresh flowers and colourful vases. Our pick of this season’s most striking pieces will transform your tables or shelves into works of art.

Must have lawnmowers

Get ready for spring with these high-performing lawnmowers. They will make cutting the grass a breeze and keep your garden looking its best throughout the year.