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You’re probably here because your home isn’t working for you anymore, but you’d prefer not to sell and move. If so, consider making your old house work for you again by updating its floor plan. — This can be a feasible way to transform your outdated dwelling to the kind of home you and your family will love!

If you are in the process of exploring floor plan change possibilities, then consider the following scenarios:

Maybe you need more bedrooms and another bathroom, possibly a two-story addition that solves all your home’s shortcomings.

A more open plan might suit your lifestyle, or you may want to create smaller spaces with a specific purpose in mind.

Maybe that kitchen is just too small for your culinary ambitions or that family room is too big to be of practical benefit.

Perhaps you’re planning ahead to provide a place for an aging relative to live nearby, and an apartment addition would be the solution.

This is what I specialise in.  Taking your existing floorplan and redesigning it to make it work for you again.  With fresh eyes its possible to see opportunities for reworking a tired layout, and creating a space that will fulfill your needs and more.


Creating your special place without the need to sell your current home or the expense of moving.

Matching the floor plan to your lifestyle, your home should help you live the life you want to lead.

Unlocking the hidden potential of your home with just a few clever changes and updates to the floor plan.

Work with your local council to get appropriate approvals required for your project to go ahead.

Oversee Bid Process with Builders.

Prepare Furnishings Budget for Client Approval.

Coordinate Between Builder and Sub‐Contractors.

Review Documents and Acknowledgements from Vendors.

Expedite Ordering, Shipping and Delivery of All Orders.

Project manage your renovation, installation of joinery and furniture.

Style and dress your completed home ready for your and your family to love.

One thing that you should never overlook is your own comfort and enjoyment. Ask yourself, ‘is this the way I would like my home to look for years to come?’.  If you can’t answer with an immediate ‘yes’, then it’s time for some change.

Keep in mind that you shouldn’t renovate solely to impact the future sale price of your property, as this will leave you living in a show house that doesn’t feel like a home.

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