Our final tips blog covering each of the four zones is centred upon Grand Building. Today’s tips are broad in direction as to apply to a vast range of building projects you may be or wish to undertake.
During the 2012 Grand Designs Live exhibitions in both Melbourne and Sydney our digital team captured a lot of content, most popular of which being our YouTube videos.
Kitchens and bathrooms are often not the place you first think of when contemplating an upgrade around the house. While most people would attest to spending the majority of their time at home in their lounge rooms and bedrooms, nearly everyone who visits your house will see your kitchen and there’s also a good chance they’ll use your bathroom too.
A few weeks ago we posted a blog pondering the idea of launching a Grand Designs Live Instagram account to sit alongside our already vast range of social media profiles. We asked whether you use Instagram, and if you would like to see us on Instagram.
A few weeks back we launched part one in a series of four blogs that share tips with you relating to each of the four zones at the show. Following on from the GRAND OUTDOORS tips post, this week we’ll be focusing on interior design and the GRAND INTERIORS section of the show.
With sustainability often being one of the highest priorities on people’s minds when building their own grand design, one option that cannot be ignored when building is the use of wood.
Lately we’ve been putting in considerable effort to streamline our web and social media presence. This has included rebranding, re-skinning and updating various social channels such as YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest as well as adding YouTube and Twitter tabs to the header on our Facebook page.
Looking ahead to the two Grand Designs Live shows in Sydney (July) and Melbourne (October) we’re going to be sharing our favourite tips with you. In the theme of the exhibition we’re going to be providing tips for each area we feature at the exhibition: GRANDBUILDING, GRANDINTERIORS, GRANDKITCHENS & BATHROOMS and GRANDOUTDOORS.
As we approach 2013 it’s the time of each year when people begin to think further ahead and more long term. Along with those new year’s resolutions that we all break before the end of the first week of January, many people start thinking about improvements they wish to make to their home and garden in the coming twelve months.
As we’re now into December and Christmas trees are being erected alongside a host of other festive decorations. The challenge for many is to make their lounge room or even their whole house look warm, inviting and fitting of the holiday season without looking tacky.