Are Two Pack Kitchen Cabinets Worth the Cost?

Two pack kitchen cabinetry has been increasingly popular over the years, offering a durable and highly customisable finish for the home. With a higher price tag in comparison to laminate and vinyl wrap kitchens though, one does wonder if two pack cabinets really are worth the cost. Well, that all depends on what is most…

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Outdoor Benchtops: Caesarstone’s New Collection

Gone are the days of high-maintenance outdoor benchtops; Caesarstone has once again swooped in to save the day with their newly released (and industry first!) quartz based outdoor benchtop collection.

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5 Interior Painting Hacks for your Melbourne Apartment – Tips from a Professional Painter

If you have ever tried to paint your home yourself, you will understand that sometimes it is not as easy as it might seem: Paint drips onto your carpet, the colour may not come out as you had envisioned, and there’s just a lot more time invested than you had ever imagined. Our painting hacks will…

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Epoxy Grout: Worth the hype?

Epoxy grout has seen an immense growth in popularity over recent years, but is it really worth the hype? Our post explores the many different factors that will play a part in your tile grout choice, from comparisons between epoxy and cement based products, to cost differences and more.

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Laminex Absolute Matte Review: A Game-changer in the kitchen!

Matte laminate kitchen cabinets continue to rise in popularity in homes the world over thanks to their sleek and modern finish. Fingerprints however, are not so popular and that’s where the Laminex Absolute Matte collection comes to the rescue with its groundbreaking anti-fingerprint finish!

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Benchtop Cheat-Sheet: Caesarstone’s Pricing Explained

Caesarstone’s pricing is a topic that is brought up all too often and the answer isn’t quite as straight forward as “It costs $x per slab of stone”. There are many variables involved that mean the final price will vary immensely depending on several factors, from the exact colour or style of stone you select,…

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Indoor & Outdoor Concrete Flooring Solutions

There are many concrete solutions available to help you achieve the unique style, colour and even texture you are wanting in your project. Our guide to concrete flooring will help make the decision much easier!

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Kitchen Benchtops: How to Fix a Chipped or Cracked Stone Benchtop

How and why chipping and cracking in your stone benchtop can happen and what steps you can take to tidy up the damage!

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A Review of Caesarstone’s Rugged Concrete

Our review of Caesarstone’s Rugged Concrete tests staining, cleaning and the overall durability of this fabulous concrete-look engineered stone.

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Laminate Vs. Two Pack – An in-depth comparison

Your selected cabinetry finish can dramatically alter the final cost of your project – So what exactly is the difference between two pack and laminate?

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NEW Caesarstone Colours for 2017

Checkout Caesarstone’s FABULOUS new colours for 2017!

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Subway Tile Patterns: 10 Ways to Lay Subway Tiles

With their roots back in early 1900’s New York subways, subway tiles are the epitome of classic, timeless design. The humble subway tile can be laid in all sorts of patterns to create a more modern look in your home and of course, with so many colours and styles available on the market, you are…

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New from Laminex: The Absolute Series

Two new collections now available from Laminex are promising to be quite the showstoppers! The new Absolute Series includes a range of patent pending anti-fingerprint, ultra matte, high pressure laminates, as well as an ultra realistic range of timber-look laminates – perfect for the modern home! Continue reading to learn more about this exciting new…

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New from Caesarstone: Rugged Concrete

Caesarstone has recently introduced a new colour to their already fabulous range of concrete-look engineered stone surfaces: Rugged Concrete. Read on to find out more about this beautiful stone and how you can make it work in your home.

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