Churchlands

Budget: $325,000
Timeframe: 14 WEEKS

“Perth’s answer to ‘The White House’”

Summary

Our lovely Churchlands family were living in a dark, predominantly face brick and Jarrah home in a superb location. They patiently waited until we were available to undertake a complete overhaul of their home, and somewhat reluctantly succumbed to our recommendations to paint out the Jarrah and plaster the brick walls to bring new life to the house.

Opportunities

Another example of a house with great bones, the Churchlands rooms were large and airy on the ground floor, but were so dark and dated that it was a little difficult for them to see how they could be transformed. Upstairs was a weird arrangement of bathrooms, and one of the airiest, sunniest kids rooms we’d seen for a long time. We immediately knew that our Plasterer was going to be very, very busy, and we set about re-designing the entire layout of the house to radiate light and warmth, while making certain surfaces were tough enough to withstand their young son and slightly naughty black Labrador.

Complexities

The corner location of the house presented some fantastic opportunities, but also challenges as we knew it would be quite a feat to accomplish a full internal and exterior renovation on a relatively lean budget. Abovementioned naughty pup had also dug a series of interesting tunnels in the backyard, rendering it a rather dangerous place to traverse.

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