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Interior designer reveals EXACTLY what you should and shouldn't DIY

by Foster Fikes (2020-06-16)

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With much of the population cooped up in coronavirus isolation, minds have turned towards renovating to stave off boredom - but there are specific areas you should and shouldn't DIY.

13993463996_e00179a9d5_b.jpgFor more information regarding We are a local family owned and operated business. We value each and every customer that chooses us to come to their home and provide service. They will never be just another number. We understand the stress and inconvenience that a plumbing issue can inflict on a household and we want to take on the burden of that stress with top notch quality driven service. (Msnho.com) have a look at our own internet site. Melbourne-based interior designer Georgie Ezra believes there are rooms you need to think about first when you're renovating, and others which can easily wait till further down the track.

'The kitchen, bathroom and living areas are the first and most important rooms to think about when renovating,' Georgie told lifestyle publication, Bed Threads. 






Melbourne-based interior designer Georgie Ezra (pictured) believes there are rooms you need to think about first when you're renovating, and others which can wait till down the track







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Georgie said when she is working with a client, she asks them to stay focused on the little things in the kitchen (pictured) that don't work, as there will always be little things that bug you every day that could change


'When I'm working with a client, I ask them to stay focused on the things in the kitchen that don't work, because there will be little things that bug you every day that can be changed.'

Georgie suggests that you be vigilant about the finer details, like the proximity of the bins to where you prepare meals, the placement and size of the sink and the overall 'flow' of your kitchen space.

On the flip side, you shouldn't forget about what is already working well in your space:

'Clients always remember the things that bother them, and they forget to think about all the things that were working in the old kitchen. It's important to assess what areas work and take them with you,' she said.

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