Reno - 'Dress ups'

A change is as good as a holiday! The client wanted to breath some fresh air in to the place by dressing it up. Little did she know it was soon to become a dress up sale! I ended up attending to all the little spruce up details including the re-hanging of pictures and furniture arrangement.
Who let the Bunnies out?
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Bunnies were ordered and so was I. "Build them a deluxe suite in full view of the kitchen, so make it pretty!" The only thing I bought was gravel a gate latch and some hinges. All the wood is from pallets at the local hardware and roof from hard rubbish, the rest is pure imagination.
Powder room facelift
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Recycled timber 10mm boards glued to walls and vanity drawers. Stone top cleaned, sealed and silicone replaced. WC wall painted (colour inspired by beautiful artwork in WC).
“Toilet” — smitty50
Powder room facelift before
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Powder room in need of a facelift
Who let the Bunnies out?
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“Bunny playboy mansion recycled” — imag_ne design + construction
Open sesame
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Rubbish or Art?
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What waste! I just stuck the leftovers on an existing worn out artwork.
Girls room
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Little girl needs some joy in her room but won't tell Mum what she wants. She confides in me however that she would like a rainbow wall. I chose the colours, she chose the tones of colour and the order they go in. Happy days :)
Girls room
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Bed head
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Nasty bedhead with cracked paint and ugly built on side tables. Smashed them off, sparky moved the power points and against my ethics I stuck Vinyl to the head and framed it. Brought a tear to my eye when I found this textured recycled timber look vinyl for $45m2 and it's self adhesive!
Bed head
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I also set dressed the entire house as it regrettably ended up being sold.
“Same bed” — Dylan Clark
Boys room
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Mum bought these amazing DeCals to bring tranquility to her boys room. They say DIY but I can tell you it took all my focus and creative hands to apply the delicate branches without wrinkles. They are 9 feet tall! The kids had a blast adding some of the leaves and birds.
Boys Room
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Boys Room
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An unused desk was soon removed and remodeled into a much loved window seat for a natural lit reading session.
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