Monthly Archives: April 2014
Small vanity cabinet for compact renovated bathroom.
I’m meeting people who after long searches are wanting solid timber vanity cabinets: made to order and to compliment other items in their bathrooms. I would welcome more inquiries. I’m wondering if people are not sure how to proceed with items like this. Or afraid of the cost. I’ll address this issue in a later […]
I interrupt this broadcast to announce…
I have been asked to write posts and select pictures for the Heritage Building Centre Facebook site. This Sydney company started over 40 years ago as a drop off yard for used building materials such as bricks, windows, doors, flooring etc and has evolved into an amazing collection of recycled and reproduction items, including the […]
Where can I stick my sub-woofer?..
That’s what Teifion said to me. He and Larah were looking for an all in one entertainment unit to go along a large wall and fit television and sound requirements. They’d seen models of wall units in Sydney – made using laser cut medium density fibre board (mdf) – but weren’t aware that the same […]
A bathroom vanity cabinet made out of wood
Hillary wanted a replacement bathroom vanity cabinet for her Victorian era terrace house in Enmore, Sydney and she didn’t want a plastic coated, toxic chemical emitting version commonly offered by the usual outlets. An Australian 100% sustainable plantation timber was chosen and measurements to suit the position in the upstairs bathroom were taken. The pictures […]