Client Story: Kim From Vande.home
Kim and her husband Jake started looking into building their second home when they realised the cost of renovating was not worth their time. Fast forward one and a half years later, the couple move into their first family home one week after baby Ollie was born. This is their story.
How To Design A Hamptons-Style Home
Made to host families on their American summer holiday, Hamptons style homes are all about charm, luxury and relaxation. Keep reading to find out take on the Hamptons-style home.
A Guide To The Home Building Process
First time building and not really sure how it works? This guide will help you understand what it takes to build your dream home.
Resort-Style Living At The Quartz
From city-dwellers to ruralites, many have sought a new kind of accomodation. More than a home but less than a hotel, resort-style living is where style, luxury and comfort meet.
Case Study: Modern Farmhouse
Read this case study of how we built a custom-designed large family home on a rural block.
Top 4 Trendiest Tiles
Coming in different shapes, colours, prints and patterns - the right tile can make a statement and give your room more character. So, what's popular at the moment? Why is it popular and how do I style it?
How To Make Your Home Feel More Spacious
Homes in Perth are undoubtedly getting smaller. Whether due to costs or preference, a large number of Perthians are building single-storey homes or narrow lots. But that doesn't mean that your home can't feel large or spacious.
Client Story: Blake and Allana's First Home
Thinking of building your first home instead of buying an established property? Find out why these first home buyers decided to do just that.
Client Story: Francis and Peta's Multi-Generational Home
Francis and Peta were looking to build a large home on a big sized lot in Lesmurdie for themselves, their son, his carer and Peta's parents. Which made the home designs in our farmhouse range so perfect for what they were looking for.
Client Story: Jason's Demo & Build
At the end of 2017, Jason knew that is was time to demolish and build his house. When he bought his established home, it was perfect timing because he worked only a few minutes away. But over time, the house began to fall apart.