This apartment kitchen renovation was transformed from an old and tired 80s-style kitchen to modern and airy within six-weeks.
A $270,000 extension over seven-months including a new rumpus room, gym, laundry and fish tank to utilise the impeccable views of the local river and landscape.
Just seven weeks after work began, a dated kitchen, entranceway, hallway and bathroom is brought back up to speed with current trends and technologies, along with a neutral colour palette for resale.
When the Refresh team handed over their latest project, it was almost too much for the homeowner Lynne Curran.
Instead of moving out, the Basson family looked to an alternative – digging under. Take a look at the initial stages of their house excavation and see how it all works.
A dated 1990s townhouse has been transformed through thoughtful renovation that have brought the home into the 21st century.
When the Iro family decided to do major renovations on their family home, one of the biggest decisions they made was to remain in their home. While this can disrupt daily life, the Iro family saw it was an opportunity to see their future home being re-built around them.
Home is where the heart is for the Iro family and not suprisingly, vibrant, open and inviting areas are at the heart of their extensive home renovation.
When Kirsten and Maurice Bone first saw the run-down 1912 villa they later purchased, its potential was obvious. What was also clear was the need for a complete interior remodel.
Creating a light and bright, spacious bathroom from a former dungeon-like dugout proves that in the world of renovations, anything is possible.
The Tarrant family of Mairangi Bay encountered unwanted extras during their do-up, but the rocky road to renovation was smoothed by the expert oversight of a project manager well versed in fixing the tricky bits.
An ex-state house extension and renovation proves unlimited potential, with classic features shining through for a modern transformation.
It’s warm fuzzies all around for this recently completed renovation in Mt Roskill, Auckland, where everyone involved had an enjoyable time working their way through a seven-month home extension and re-design.
Following the planning and designing stages, this building project has seen a classic brick and weatherboard house enlarged and has turned it into a modern home for a family of five.
Adding a second storey to their existing home proved a family friendly alternative to buying a bigger home in Auckland’s overheated property market.
A charming 1950s house with a picture perfect view of Rangitoto is undergoing a sensitive makeover that will see its classic features retained and new features carefully integrated to achieve a modern take on family living.