Invogue Homes and John Crisp have been building quality homes in the Snowy Mountains and Monaro region for more than 20 years. We provide a full service from design and planning to construction and supervision. Fixed priced contract to completion so you can just walk in. We are very flexible and can adjust any plan to suit your needs or even design you a home from scratch.
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When it comes buying a new mattress, most of us don’t put much thought into the purchase beyond whether or not it feels comfy in the store. We might spend an hour or two bouncing gently on different products to test their firmness, but we rarely ask the important questions. This is why, every year, thousands of homeowners end up with a mattress that just isn’t suitable for their lifestyle or sleeping habits.
Often when people think about sourcing furniture, they imagine going to a shop and picking some out. It’s a convenient way to buy, and even easier if you take advantage of online retailers. However, if you don’t have an eye for interior design, it can be hard to tell what sort of furniture would suit your space. Or maybe you have a vision which requires furniture which you can’t find in mainstream stores. In any case, there are other avenues through which to purchase furniture which is unique, stylish, and suited perfectly to your space.
Do you wish you knew how to shop for pieces that veer towards the sustainable side of things? Buying environmentally friendly items can be hard to spot without asking a million questions, and although these types of questions are always welcome it’s nice to have some knowledge before hitting the shops. Let’s look at some of the criteria to spot an eco-friendly choice.
A rug is the perfect way to complete your look, but they can be a very tricky thing to buy if one is unsure of what they are looking for. Design factors such as placement, colour and size are the main troublesome issues; however there are many more areas that could aide confusion.
Is your furniture tired and out of date, worn out and sagging or just needs a new lease of life? Have you a beautiful antique piece that has been in the family for years but is in need of some TLC? Do you need a change of décor or just want new look but don’t want to part with the furniture you already have? Well why not consider re-upholstering to breathe new life into your furniture and thereby new life into your home.
Your bedroom should be one of your favourite parts of your home; somewhere that you feel relaxed and happy. If your bedroom has you uninspired and waking up feeling flat, it is time to make some changes.