Turin
Nicholas Berry
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 / Published in Granny Flats
It is winter and time to pull out the warm clothes, earmuffs, and fuzzy socks.  It does not mean that you need to add 30 extra blankets to your bed to warm up your granny flat. There are a lot of other ways to create a warm and fuzzy feeling in your home. We will discuss
Ravenna
Nicholas Berry
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 / Published in Granny Flats
What’s better than a spare bedroom? A separate, tiny house for grandma in the backyard. Those who have space on their property can maximise the square footage to create independent living quarters not just for the elders, but also visiting relatives, grown-up kids, and house guests. It could also be a great investment for people who want
Arezzo
Matthew Waldin
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 / Published in Granny Flats
You have decided to build your granny flat in your back garden instead of dealing with the competitive housing market to find a bigger home or renovating to add value to our property. The immediate benefit is saving space and the long-term advantage is value-adding. The first step in designing your own home is to work out
Tiny Eco Homes
Nicholas Berry
Thursday, 17 May 2018 / Published in Tiny Homes
Goodbye McMansions, Hello Tiny Eco Homes No, it’s not the invasion of the leprechauns, although I’m sure they’d be very happy in any one of the tiny ‘green’ or eco-friendly homes being built in places all over the world, including Australia. Whether it’s a ‘stop the world I wanna get off’ response to a more
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