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2Belindas
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Lover of renovations and all things property, its all I think about - research, buying, selling, styling and decor. In love!
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2Belindas
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Yes. Glass tiles are good. They will be the standout feature of your kitchen, so choose wisely

2Belindas
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Yehhh. Brilliant. I'll tell Mum and Dad - they'll be grabbing lots of copies!

2Belindas
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Thanks @Jason and welcome to workshop @artrato3Yes we set a budget and do our very best to stick to it. As a general rule of thumb we set the reno bu ...

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Thanks for the instagram share. This project is still one of my favourites. The cabana helped to sell this home for more money - our Real Estate Agent ...

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Hi AngelinaFirstly, you should contact your local Council/town planner to find out what you are permitted to do and the restrictions on the building a ...

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@Jason I was just mentioning to a group the other day that we found these top quality limestone tiles for $29.00 per sqm, before we built the house or ...

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Thank you Jason and Workshop. It was a pleasure doing the interview. I hope I inspire others to pick up their tool kits and paint brushes and get sta ...

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When I posted the question, he really had his heart set on something very WOW and he loved black. Its a big kitchen and there would have been a lot o ...

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Isobel
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@cmstaff, Glass is very commonly used as a splashback. Glass tiles are also a good choice for a splashback - they can help bounce light around and are ...

r23on
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Thanks for the update Jason I will keep an eye out for the mag

PJA
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raced into the newly opened, relocated Shellharbour Bunnings, ready to buy one or 10 copies........ not on the shelf yet will race into Kirrawee (near ...

Angelina
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Thanks Jason! Those links are great resources! Will do some reading now! Getting exicted about the idea of creatiing! Thanks!

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Visitors to this discussion might also be interested in the top tips for renovators from @2Belindas here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Blog/A-lifet ...

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It's great to have you as a member of Workshop @2Belindas. Many thanks for sharing your story with us and for sharing your renovating advice and exp ...

Prof
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If he likes black and doesn't like grout, I would suggest black gloss acrylic..Very easy to install and cleans beautifully..

Isobel
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How about stainless steel for the splashback? You could have a shelf then dark tiles above. Obviously if you have tiles, you have grout. But having a ...

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2Belindas
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Yes. Glass tiles are good. They will be the standout feature of your kitchen, so choose wisely

2Belindas
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Hi AngelinaFirstly, you should contact your local Council/town planner to find out what you are permitted to do and the restrictions on the building a ...

2Belindas
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Thank you Jason and Workshop. It was a pleasure doing the interview. I hope I inspire others to pick up their tool kits and paint brushes and get sta ...

2Belindas
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When I posted the question, he really had his heart set on something very WOW and he loved black. Its a big kitchen and there would have been a lot o ...

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Ha yes! @hannah And choosing the right Grey is just as difficult. It can be so painful and sometimes our 'other halves/better halves' just don't und ...

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Hi @Jason and @hannahI totally understand your dilemma. Choosing the right colour white can be a painful experience. When I was reading your post, I ...

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Yes!! @RenoQueen you are a woman of my own heart lol. I love antiques and even better, ones that are tired and look amazing when they are painted up ...

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It's still pen and paper for us! Lots of photos and measurements, then we have someone prepare a draft on CADSorry I can't suggest an app.

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