Which tools will help you finish your project well?

What tools do you need to use when building or renovating your home? And which ones will help you finish your project well? No … I’m not talking about hammers,

How to get what you want in your project | Communication Before You Build

How can you get what you want in your project, and ensure that everyone who works with you is clear on what this is? Projects can go completely off the

Here are 4 main areas that blow out budgets in a reno or new build

What are the main areas that can blow out budgets in a reno or new build? Where money disappears in a project? And how can you manage the risk to

How to spend and stay on track in your project budget

Is it possible to stay on budget during your renovation or new build, especially whilst you’re spending your budget on construction? There are 3 key strategies I recommend for those

Spotlight: A New Home in the Hills

This New Home Concept Spotlight created a new home design for a family in this bush location. They’re seeking relaxation, flexibility and a healthy home. The homeowners and their land

How to get it right with LED lighting in your home with Craig Thomas from KiikoLED

What is LED lighting? And how do you get it right? Lighting design is something I see bamboozle homeowners. They often don’t think about it until well into their project,

Spotlight: New Coast | New Home | New life

In this Spotlight, Amelia worked with these homeowners to improve the design they had, and create the best outcome for their big move. The kids have not only all moved

Spotlight: Fixing the floor plan of a $250,000 home

You’re tight on budget, but want maximum functionality. So how can you fix the floor plan of a $250,000 home? Working with a volume builder – one who builds hundreds

What can we learn from Channel 7’s “House Rules”?

If you’re planning a renovation or new build, there are some things to learn from Channel 7’s “House Rules” … About what to do – and what not to do!

How to get great results on your project, and avoid being one of “those” clients

Part of your project success can be dependent on what type of client you are. Want to know how to be a good client? Here’s how to be the opposite