[#087] 5 Things to Consider for a Home to Feel Great | How Restaurant Design can Inspire Your Home
Season Interlude | Episode 01
How can a restaurant design inspire your home?
Here are 5 restaurant-inspired design ideas to consider (from Enigma Barcelona by Pau Llimona and RR Arquitectus) to help your home feel great.
[#088] How to Avoid 3 Expensive Mistakes When Planning Your Renovation Or New Build
Season Interlude | Episode 02
Avoid these 3 commonly made and expensive mistakes when planning your renovation or new build.
And ultimately avoid disaster and heartache as you create your future family home.
Let’s talk about HOW TO AVOID 3 EXPENSIVE MISTAKES WHEN PLANNING YOUR RENOVATION OR NEW BUILD.
These are mistakes I see homeowners commonly make that can cause big budget overruns, and unnecessary expenses in their projects.
[#089] Home garden design inspired by award-winning landscape projects
Season Interlude | Episode 03
Whatever the size of your home garden, there are key tips you can take away from these amazing examples of landscape and building design – The High Line in New York, and The Spheres in Seattle.
In this episode, I’m heading back to the USA, and sharing 2 incredible projects where gardens and landscape were designed in an innovative way.
I think they’ll help you with ideas for your home, whether you’re renovating or building, and whatever the size of your project.
These projects are The High Line in New York, and The Spheres (or Amazon Spheres) in Seattle.
[#090] Underfloor Heating: What you need to know, and how to include it in your renovation or new build
Season Interlude | Episode 04
There’s still lots of confusion and misconceptions about how it works, where it can be installed and how to get the most from it – whether you’re building or renovating.
Underfloor heating is a topic of much interest in the UA Community. Previously seen as a luxury item only used in high-end homes, in recent years it’s become much more prevalent.
In this episode, I’m bringing in an expert … Luke Chant, from Hotwire, who has 15 years industry experience, to help shed some light on how to get it right when it comes to underfloor heating.