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Think Like a Designer - Part 3 - Cohesion and Repetition

Jane Eyles-Bennett - Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Cohesion and Repetition. These basic design principles utilizes continuity as a means of creating a pleasant space. Each element or piece of furniture you put in a room creates an imaginary path on the floor, wall or ceiling. The way you arrange these elements greatly alters how your family, and guests, will travel through a home (and how their eyes will as well).  (Read More)

Think Like a Designer - Part 2

Jane Eyles-Bennett - Thursday, April 17, 2014

Some homes just have that designer touch don’t they? There is certainly a difference between a home that has been professionally designed (or a designer has had some level of input anyway) and one that was put together with perhaps haphazard ideas from magazines, websites and the latest ‘The Block’ series! (Read More)

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The current state of the property market has stopped many people, especially investors, in their tracks. Since many investors rely solely on capital growth, now is not a pretty time for them.

If you are willing to step outside of the box of ‘what everyone else is doing’, now is the BEST time to be picking up a bargain or using your existing properties to carry out a renovation and make money that way. The trick however is in selecting the right property to renovate.


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