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How to make a good Interior Design Mood Board

seek some clarity on some commonly held financial beliefs

A mood board is a collage of photos and pictures that help you create a clear vision of your idea. 

Read more: How to make a good Interior Design Mood Board


5 Types of Roofing in Australia

Whether you’re building your own home, looking at renovating, or buying from a plan – knowing your roofing makes a big difference to the value of your home. Not only does a good roof boost the curb appeal, but having the right materials makes a big difference to the quality of living too. 

Read more: 5 Types of Roofing in Australia


10 Hottest House Trends

Wabi Sabi meets Maximalism is undoubtedly the interior design trend of 2018. 

Read more: 10 Hottest House Trends


50 Sheds of Grey

Thanks to a rising trend in creative sheds, your shed doesn’t have to be a mess of old tools and Christmas decorations anymore. 

Read more: 50 Sheds of Grey


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