100 singles seperated married and romance dating 2016 Updating a 70s house

‘I really enjoy going to markets abroad to fi nd and bring back different fabrics to make cushions, curtains and throws for an individual look,’ says Liz.‘Fabric I’ve bought in places such as Mali, Rajasthan and Istanbul features in the living room and snug.’ In contrast, the kitchen is a modern space with a palette of white, soft grey and black granite.

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cheers Shaynna Interior Design Expert Shaynna Blaze HI Juanita isnt Foxtel great (and Selling Houses of course!!) Thanks for you enquiry, I do have an assistant on the show already but you can always send and email to the producers at Beyo...‘When I looked through the window and could see part of the garden, too, I was sold.’ Having taken on redecoration projects in the past, Liz and Dave weren’t put off by the amount of work needed to bring the interior up to date.The previous owners had introduced dado rails, lots of dark wood and beams to try to create a cottage style but Liz wanted to strip it right back.I wouldnt go white as it will look 'grey' against the Antique White, stick with the Antique white and as you are going gloss it will appear a little lighter.

If you are talking an Art Deco or Tudor house, these are a big feauture of the house and wouldnt recommend painting them white.

Read more HI Sam anytime you change the layout of the kitchen you will need to look at the flooring as well, so keep that in mind.

You can keep the back wall of appliances and then change it to hav...

Walls are all in either Antique White USA or Clay Pipe (Dulux colors)Flooring all needs replacing, so can get that to suit.

Answered Wednesday 1 February 2012 Hi Anita if you are talking a 70's house YES paint over it and save yourself from the gloom!

Read more HI Scott and Maria thank you so much - we love what we do!