Welcome Spring……..lets be honest, winter is okay but not as nice as spring!
Adelaide winters are definitely not as cold as some cities, but they certainly have a way of changing our behaviour and encouraging three months of good hibernation! Now that we are well rested and the sun is hanging around a little longer, it’s time to get cracking on the projects that sit on the top of our ‘to do list’.
For our clients in Somerton Park, the main priority was to finish off the last remaining areas of their renovations so that their beautiful home by the beach was ready for sale come September. The main bathroom of the house was open plan – including the vanity, toilet shower area, and of course very dated (not our client nor his ridgeback!!!!) compared to the kitchen and other features of the home.
Our clients ripped out the original vanity and had their eye on a new one that kept in line with the contemporary aesthetic they wanted to achieve. This was a good basis for us to assist with presenting colours and textures available and to get cracking on creating the fresh new look they required.
So team RR started the process by preparing the existing surfaces that will require painting. With a thorough professional clean and prepping applications applied it’s time to spray on the new surface colour. Wall surfaces are only able to be sprayed in gloss white, unless you are interested in our cement overlay products (more to come on that in our next newsletter). The solid colour used on the walls is the perfect neutral element to build your design from, and compliment with a fleck finish either on an existing vanity or flooring.
Our clients selected our blue/grey fleck finish for the floors. It tied in with the soft greys of the timber vanity and complimented other colours used within the house.
Add a new frameless shower screen, a beautiful timber vanity and some fun new accessories and the project is finished in under a week!
Top of the ‘to do list’ ……….complete!
Work completed : all original wall tiles resurfaced in white gloss and floor tiles resurfaced in blue/grey fleck.