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One of my big themes for any renovator is to plan first so as to save time and money.
The planning process starts with some simple big picture parameters such as money, a clear brief of what you want and how you are going to achieve the end product you desire.
We start with some simple free hand sketches and a list of “must haves” in any renovation or home improvement project no matter how big it is in size.
For most people the renovation project will involve more than one person and …
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Recently I wrote a blog about smart phone apps ( read more by clicking here ).
As with everything in the technolgy area more and more apps are being created all the time
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Small rooms can make you feel closed in and confined to a tight space. Home design experts find the best way to combat this feeling is to create the illusion of extra space if you can’t create extra space itself. A creative approach to décor is just the ticket for giving yourself a little breathing room.
Upgrading to something bigger and better (or even knocking down a bunch of walls) is not a realistic option for everyone. Even if you’re doing an extensive renovation, you may not be able to build …