The latest research shows that a lot of Australians actually prefer living in apartments rather than in houses. And it makes sense – apartment living is cheaper, it requires less to maintain and you’re usually located closer to your workplace. But the comforts of this type of living come with their own downsides. And it’s usually the lack of a backyard garden.
Installing pavers in your backyard, driveway or around your pool is an amazing way to add character and value to your property. As time passes, however, pavers have a tendency to sink, resulting in less eye-pleasing look.
Sliding doors are becoming popular these days because of their beautiful designs and functionality. The lack of traditional hinges, and instead the use of a track, make them perfect for limited spaces. Sliding doors have glass from the top to the bottom of each door panel. This brightens up the room and lets more natural light in.
Brick walls can bring a modern flair to any room and there is just something cool and industrial about them. However, when it comes to any sort of decoration or renovation, brick walls are a major pain to deal with. Which brings us to the following topic of how to hand pictures on brick walls. The task may sound simple, but believe us, it’s not just hammering a nail to a wall.
You’ve just placed these cute coasters on your coffee table and then, you nip to the kitchen to fetch some cookies. You come back into the room only to “catch” your gregarious and absent-minded friend plonking, in slow motion, her hot cuppa directly on the wooden surface. “She missed the coaster by an inch…”, you frown in disbelief. As fast as you can, without interrupting her incessant monologue, you discreetly move the mug where it should be – on the cup placemat. And what you see is a white mark on the table, staring you in the face. You’ve now stopped completely listening to your friend’s blabber while your mind is racing over how to remove the white heat stain from the wood.