Homes+ (Australia) - - BEFORE & AFTER -

New floor­ing cer­tainly made a huge im­pact in both of the bed­rooms, but no buyer was go­ing to be happy un­less built-in robes were in­stalled. I al­ways choose mir­rored wardrobes. They not only make a bed­room look larger but they’re highly prac­ti­cal, too. You can save a whop­ping amount of money by shop­ping around. Cus­tom-made, the two large wardrobes that were in­stalled cost un­der $1,500. I al­ways try to source my ren­o­va­tion items from smaller man­u­fac­tur­ers.

Wall­pa­per love

The wall­pa­per is a lovely un­ex­pected fea­ture in the bed­room. It adds sub­tle colour, in­ter­est and tex­ture. af­ter Mir­rored built-in wardrobes were added to both bed­rooms to pro­vide prac­ti­cal stor­age for clothes and ac­ces­sories. The mir­rored doors re­flect light around the room, mak­ing it ap­pear big­ger and brighter. Slid­ing doors are a great idea when space is at a pre­mium.

Luxe touches

New cur­tains, bed­ding and ac­ces­sories trans­formed the bed­room into a re­lax­ing and glam­orous re­treat. af­ter Ceil­ing fan, $132, from Bun­nings.

Time to re­tire The old bed­room decor was in need of an up­date. be­fore

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