Want to know how to design a family home that works now, and always? Season 2 of the podcast is for you.
“What makes you think you’re qualified to design your own home?!”
Many of my industry colleagues will think this when a homeowner designs their own home.
I can understand why homeowners do this though. It’s your home. Your budget. Your needs. Your family. Your site. Your life. Your future. Your dreams.
Because there’s so much at stake, you want to control the outcome as much as possible. At least ensure you’ll get it right, and achieve the home you dream of.
At Undercover Architect, I will always recommend you work with a designer to create your home design. Even thought it’s not legally required in Australia, I think when you find the right designer for you, it helps your home reach the best possible outcome.
However, if you want to design your home, or at least get a head start on it, how can you know you’re getting it right?
That’s what Season 02 of the “Get it Right” podcast is all about … to help you do just this.
Listen to the podcast now. I’ll introduce you to this season, outline what we’ll be covering, and who should be listening to it.
Get your free e-guide and get a head start! [CLICK HERE]
If you want to learn more about how to design your home, I’ve created a special (and free!) e-guide for you. It’s called “How to Design a Home: 5 Simple Steps to Get Started and Get it Right”.
Click on the image below (or here) to grab your free copy. It will give you a fantastic head start on designing your home – whether you’re working with a design professional or not.
And remember to check out the rest of Season 01 to learn What Matters Most when designing your new home or renovation. Season 02 officially kicks off next episode!
You may be interested in these blogs in the meantime …
How to design a family home that works now, and always.
Don’t want architecture with a capital ‘A’ but want great design? Here’s what to know …
The first conversation with your designer can feel daunting. Here’s my tips.
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