Tradition Meets the Future at Ainslie

February 6, 2017

Image credit: Photographer Neil Fenelon

The stunning refurbishment of the Ainslie Football Club in Canberra by Abeo Architects has realized a completely new standard within the industry. This brilliant space pays tribute to the rich history of the iconic football club in the nation’s capital, whilst bringing the venue into the 21st century without compromising style, comfort nor tradition.

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‘Greenery’ named 2017 Colour of the Year

January 30, 2017

Image credit: Pantone®

Pantone has named ‘Greenery’ as the colour of the year for 2017. The ‘go green’ phenomenon has obviously reached new heights with this nod from Pantone. According to Pantone, “Greenery is a fresh & zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of Spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.” www.pantone.com

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So you want a timber floor!

January 23, 2017

Image Credit:  DOM Design™  Timber look Grigio Rough Porcelain

So you want to have the warmth and beauty of a timber look floor but you also want the advantages of a tiled floor – easy to install; hardwearing for high traffic areas; scratch, stain and water resistant; easy to maintain and little reaction to fluctuations in temperature. It’s no wonder timber lookalike porcelain tiles are on many wish lists for 2017!

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More than Natural Stone

January 16, 2017

Image Credit:  Meadowbank Homes

Sareen Stone is a prestige supplier of beautiful natural stone, each piece with its own unique character ensuring a truly individual result. What you may not know is that Sareen Stone also offers clients a range of quality porcelain and ceramic tiles. Whilst both porcelain and ceramic tiles are synonymous with internal wet areas such as ensuites, bathrooms and laundries they are becoming increasingly popular in outdoor areas as well.

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3 Important Reasons Why You Need Pool Coping

June 13, 2016

Essentially pool coping is the cap for a pool’s edge and is an important consideration when planning to build your pool. Pool coping is the first round of tiles or pavers that encircles your pool. The pool coping is laid out to the bond beam & from there your paving, tiles or decking can then be installed.

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A creative and adventurous spirit triumph for this Sydney home

February 8, 2016

Making a sloping site work for a family friendly backyard certainly comes with its challenges. With a degree of creativity from Landart together with a willingness by the owners to be adventurous, the outcome is a truly delightful space that proves not only to be beautiful and interesting but also a very practical outdoor area for a growing family.

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Pool Smarts Part 4 – Common pool pitfalls and how to avoid them

June 29, 2015

Arm yourself with the knowledge to get it right the first time and avoid those common mistakes that can not only be time consuming but more importantly, very costly.

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Pool Smarts Part 3 – Finding the right Pool Designer or Builder

June 22, 2015

It’s worth taking the time to find a pool designer and or builder that is right for you. Follow the useful list below to help you in your search.

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Pool Smarts Part 2 – Create Maximum Design Appeal

June 15, 2015

You’ve seen those gorgeous pools in the pages of the glossy magazines and on television shows about the rich and famous but now it’s your turn. How will you get just what you want and make it absolutely perfect?

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Pool Smarts Part 1 - Planning Your Pool

June 10, 2015

So it’s decided. Summer isn’t far away and you really want to put a pool in at your place. If you’re a novice at this pool building business then read on. Our resident Pool & Landscape expert Gary Bazzana, revisits the Pool Smarts of building a pool which will arm you with much of the information you need to get through the process in one piece.

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