Monthly Archives: June 2019

DIY Ideas – How to build a daybed

Written on June 28, 2019 at 1:41 pm, by

Who knew DIY ideas could be so relaxing? This month’s featured project will result in the ultimate chill-zone; behold, the outdoor daybed! Scroll down to explore our ultimate list of DIY daybeds, ranging from beginner’s level projects, to more challenging designs for the seasoned DIYer!   Re-purposed and up-cycled daybeds The following designs are perfect,…

Design Trend of the Month – Outdoor Feature Tiles

Written on June 18, 2019 at 12:08 am, by

Herringbone and basketweave and fish scale, oh my! For this month’s design trend, we’re diving into the enchanting world of outdoor feature tiles and where they can be used in your backyard! (image sources: left | right) Pool tiling ideas If your pool area could use a bit of character, consider adding feature tiles somewhere…

How To Choose The Right Wall System For Your Home

Written on June 17, 2019 at 11:37 pm, by

Not sure which wall system is right for your needs? We’ve broken down our exquisite product range of residential modular wall systems so you can find the perfect fit for your home! So, without further ado, let us introduce you to the family.     SlimWall; our premium modular fencing system Meet the fastest growing…

10 Rules To Live By When Renovating For Profit

Written on June 14, 2019 at 12:43 am, by

Renovating for profit can be a tricky venture; however, with a few rules, you can easily find ways to boost property value and make a tidy sum! Whether you’re selling the family home or flipping an investment property, here are some handy guidelines to keep in mind: 1. Don’t budge on the budget The most…

Three lessons we took from DesignBUILD Expo 2019

Written on June 13, 2019 at 12:53 am, by

Each year, the landscape of the DesignBUILD expo evolves and – amidst the hectic bustle – offers valuable, new lessons. After three massive days, here were our top three takeaways from DesignBUILD 2019.     1. Touch & feel Having such a vast online presence, we never underestimate the power of holding a physical product…