Here we are almost at the end of year update of another year and we wish to thank all past and present clients, suppliers and contractors, for your ongoing support and business. We extend the compliments of the season to you all.
Although many of you will be busy with end-of-year activities and shopping for the ‘big’ day, we are about to usher in another end of year update New Year which is traditionally the time to reflect on the past year’s activities and commit ourselves once more to those things we want to achieve in 2015.
For some of you, that will include making more definite plans to proceed with a home addition, bathroom or kitchen renovation. If this is true of you, we would be more than happy to assist you to plan, organise and undertake your renovation. It starts with a phone call to Yvonne or Jason and we go from there.
Our new web page, outlines the full-range of building renovation services along with contact details, as well as testimonials from our happy clients. We have a team of contractors who will complete your building renovation with a superior level of craftsmanship that will make your renovation truly unique. We welcome the opportunity to discuss this feature of our service with you further.
I would like to share the following design ideas with you.
Recently I attended a design expo in Melbourne at which Kevin McLeod from TV show ‘Grand Designs’ spoke on the subject ‘What makes a grand design?’. Many of you will understand from watching ‘Grand Designs’ that a grand design isn’t necessarily a large-scale, expensive or grandiose construction. Rather, what is of interest is the way designers and individuals craft a building that reflects their way of life – what they value, and most of all, the imaginative way they use materials. After all, materials and building products are inanimate, static items, it’s how they are used that is important. Kevin reminded me that what makes a truly unique and interesting space is the thoughtful use of materials, use of available space and innovative storage solutions, to name a few. When these matters are well considered, the end result is a space that connects the inhabitants with their place/area/location; it reflects the owners and tells you something of who they are – it’s ‘bespoke’ and beautifully crafted.
It may be that you are looking for a bathroom or kitchen renovation or indeed a home addition with a difference – one that is complimentary to your existing building and sympathetic to the surrounding environment. At King Constructions and Bathrooms in the Making we are able to help you design and construct a space which reflects your individual tastes and requirements, one that stands out from others; a renovation to be truly admired.
End of year update until next time.
Yvonne King and the team at King Constructions.