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Form and function in the bathroom

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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The power of the collective: Women in property

I recently had the honour of being a guest speaker at a Women in Property Network (WIP Network) event in Melbourne. The mission of this group is to provide a community that supports, encourages and motivates women who either work (or maybe are considering) working in the property field. It’s a wonderful opportunity to hear…

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TILT July eMagazine out now

  Renovating in winter could save you time and money. If you have been toying with the idea of renovating or fixing up your home, but are hanging out for Spring, perhaps you should think again. The winter months can actually be an excellent time to get those interior upgrades out of the way. There…

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Tradies. offering More than you think

As an owner and CEO of a construction company, I’m often asked ‘technical construction’ questions on someone’s build or project, which makes sense as that’s what my company and team do. We construct. So, therefore, experts in this field. When I’m asked material selection or design questions, the obvious answer would be that I refer…

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Getting your home ready for sale

Online photos of your property are often the first-place buyers look before deciding to visit a property. If your home doesn’t grab their attention it will be passed by and not given a chance. This is where home staging or home styling can make all the difference, both in attracting buyers to view your home…

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Buy established or off the plan?

So, you’ve decided to buy a home. The big question is, should you buy established or off-the-plan? As both options have their pros and cons, deciding which is right for you can be a challenge. To help you decide whether to buy a townhouse off the plan, we’ve created this guide. Buying established For many…

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Can today’s teens break into the property market?

Having bought property back in 2001 at the age of 19, Lacey Filipich gets asked the same question at least once a month: Could a 19 year old do the same today? Her short answer is: yes, they could! The far more important question is: if they could, should they? Well, that’s a slightly longer…

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Factoring in the sun

When we think about sunshine and sustainability we generally think of solar power. Harnessing this abundant resource may have positive impacts on our energy bills and planet but, like our bodies, we need to consider the impacts of the sun on the life-span of our homes and furniture. Before we delve into the slip, slop,…

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Welcome to the world of online sourcing

How to find a tradie  You have just discovered your toilet is leaking, the kitchen tap needs fixing, the backyard decking needs a revamp or perhaps it’s time to put up that new carport?  Oh, and those trees needs some serious trimming while we are at it! Until not so long ago other than asking…

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