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27 d27 dTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Surfmist windows and garage

We have just built using Surfmist for windows and the garage door and it looks “soft” white if that makes sense. Certainly not bright white but not cream either. We…

3 months3 monthsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Does Surfmist and Colorbond Dune work?

I like Surfmist with Evening Haze better, for what it’s worth. The tones seem to work well together.

3 months3 monthsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Building new house - choosing a builder

I’m very impressed with Redink up until now. We are a few weeks from Practical completion and have had excellent customer service and more flexibility than in our last two…

9 months9 monthsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Evergreen Flooring

Has anyone used this Perth company, especially their narrow floorboards?

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

Classy

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

Yes , sorry I didn’t post that properly. I meant how the charcoal tiles look with the rest of the bathroom.

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

Thanks. Are you happy with how they look?

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

They look great. Might be possible I think. Thanks

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

I’ll google that ! Don’t like my chances though...

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Bathroom planning

I am planning a new home and have two questions for the bathroom community. Firstly does anyone know how to prevent the etching that results from soap buildup on glass…

1 year1 yearTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
New build with Redink Madora Bay

thanks for your really useful thread. ( I’m just starting the process).I have a few questions if you don’t mind, do you remember how much extra it was to have…

2 years2 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
How would you use this space?

I'd stick with your first idea. Kids are usually more content to play in closer proximity to the action, ie kitchen, and it will be easier to keep the more…

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4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
2 Storey Home w Ultimate Homes / Peter Stannard

We think that the IH package means NBN ready and we didn't pay any extra for this. Our laundry is less than 2m so that will heaps. And I remembered…

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
2 Storey Home w Ultimate Homes / Peter Stannard

We had an appointment with Intelligent Homes which was an inclusion and you can upgrade this. Is this what you mean by network cabling?I don't think we changed any…

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
2 Storey Home w Ultimate Homes / Peter Stannard

I don't have a trick sheet(good idea though) but Prestart was definitely the only weak link in our experience. I believe that they now organise a separate electrical appointment where…

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Help me pick a carpet to match my interior colours??

Close your eyes, then when you open them see which one you are drawn to first! Or else ask Michelle, the colour consultant.

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Help me pick a carpet to match my interior colours??

I also like the Silver grey as it seems to tone in with your other colours. Second choice is the tan colour second from the right.

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
2 Storey Home w Ultimate Homes / Peter Stannard

We've just had handover for our two story home built by Ultimate Homes. Our experience was mostly very good. The build quality was excellent and the site supervisor has high…

4 years4 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
What to prioritise regarding upgrades

My vote is for the doors; a nice front door gives a lovely welcome and if it's bigger it's practical whenever you need to move something in, and if the…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Melsie 68

A holiday home we use has an ikea rug which has been there for about three years. It's a lovely bright stripey rug, and seems ok except that it has…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Please help what colours to choose in our kitchen!!!!!

I like all your colours and think they'd look nice, so perhaps an expert would be more help, but in relation to floor tiles, I'd just think about how they'd…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Please help what colours to choose in our kitchen!!!!!

Are the tiles for the floor or splash back? If splash back, what will be on the floors?

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Has anyone in Perth used a colour consultant/decorator

Our home came with one through the company and she was delightful. She looked at what we liked and then toned in the whole house. I know she also works…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Landscaper recommendations Perth NOR

Can't coment on the finished product as it's not done yet but in terms of design , communication and efficiency to date we've been really happy with Northshore Landscape Construction.

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Would you go light or darker floors

I like them both but it might depend on what furniture you are putting on them. The first one looks a bit more versatile but the second would be lovely…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Melsie 68

i agree, it's not just some nice colour on the wall but a rich story behind each piece.

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Melsie 68

Hi, just read your post about aboriginal art. This link is to a website where they have cheaper up and coming artists as well as the high price stuff, so…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
Gascoigne Furniture Perth

Avenger if you do go to Ikea make sure you leave directions with someone to rescue you if you never appear again. I'm sure there are people who spend a…

5 years5 yearsTeaswizzlerTeaswizzler posted:
New OB build in Stirling WA

Thanks for this advice, I will give it a try.

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