Hello there and welcome once again! With only 3 months to go until the end of the year, I don’t think we’re alone when we say that we’re all looking forward to getting to the finish line of 2020. So, to spread a little joy and help you out a little, we’re offering our Digital…

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I hope that everyone is staying strong during these crazy times of 2020. With a lot of us being stuck inside our 4 walls, it makes you start to think more about what changes and renovation can be done, which a lot of the time starts with the bathroom. In this edition I want to…

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I’ve found over the years that people often think that because a bathroom (or laundry) is a smaller room in the house, it doesn’t need a lot of attention. For a small room, it’s actually a big hitter because almost all trades will be involved with the renovation and errors can be costly and long-lasting.…

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When German chemist Justus von Liebig developed a process in 1835 for applying a thin layer of metallic silver to one side of a pane of clear glass, he created what we today know as the modern-day mirror. Ground-breaking for his time his method finally allowed for the mass production of what would soon become…

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Faulty waterproofing is one of the three top building defects in Australia; and the main areas it affects are balconies and bathrooms (showers and floors etc). Did you know that when it comes to high-rise apartment blocks in Australia, failed waterproofing is the most common defect nationally! A recent industry report showed that the total…

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Cooking, making, sharing, and eating form the glue in our lives. We are nourished physically, socially, and emotionally through food – both via its origins, its rituals, and its traditions. We come together. We come together to talk, to share, to bear each other’s burdens over good food and wine. Food connects us to the…

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It’s funny how our toilet habits are suddenly front and centre of everyone’s minds and news headlines! Amidst panic buying of toilet paper across the globe, we are learning how much toilet paper an average household needs to live through 14 days of isolation.    The “experts” suggest we need:   Now keep in mind…

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Which toilet is right for you?    Do you need an S-trap or a P-trap toilet? Plumbing pipes for S trap toilets are in the shape of the letter S. The exit line is at the bottom of the toilet and lead directly into the floor. With a P trap toilet, as the letter suggests,…

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This month, Jo Jackson, Rogerseller’s Group Manager of Design, talks about bathroom design and how the Rogerseller team works with architects, designers and homeowners in creating timeless bathroom designs. Header image: Rogerseller – the Falper Ambiente single drawer.   Q. Rogerseller has been a leading supplier of bathroom pieces for decades, but you also work…

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Following these tips will help you achieve a quality paint job so that when you have finished, you will have the rewarding experience of stepping back and admiring your handy work! For more handy painting tips visit dulux.com.au. When to paint The temperature of your house affects the performance of paint. The wall temperature can…

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