THE INTERIOR ADDICT’S WARDROBE TRANSFORMATION

A bedroom transformation is quicker and easier to achieve than you might think. Jen Bishop also known as The Interiors Addict recently had a ‘game-changing’ makeover to the wardrobes of her family home.

For some time, a coat of white paint improved the looks of her outdated wood veneer doors but that definitely did not stop the doors from falling off their tracks. The task of replacing the wardrobes seemed extravagant and not to mention, expensive, so it was natural for it to be towards the bottom of Jen’s to-do list.

The problem was resolved when Sydney Doors informed her that she could just replace just the doors and the tracks. The popular Shaker style wardrobe door design was chosen and the colour matched to suit the existing internal doors in Jen’s house. It’s great to see our affordable makeover solution bringing a smile to people’s faces without putting a dent in their wallets.

The whole process from ordering to delivery and installation was seamless and quick and the end results have exceeded my expectations. This is definitely a great affordable option.” Jen Bishop, The Interiors Addict

Read her version of the story yourself at https://theinteriorsaddict.com/my-game-changing-new-wardrobe-doors

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GET A DESIGNER KITCHEN IN ONE DAY

Australia’s leading renovation expert Cherie Barber of Renovating for Profit takes a tired 20-year-old kitchen and transforms it into a designer haven – without spending a fortune. An average kitchen makeover like this costs about $2000-$3,000.

One of her favourite tricks is to work with the existing cabinetry and update the doors, drawer fronts and end panels only. For this makeover, she decided on a slick two-tone scheme in dark grey and crisp white for the overhead doors. The doors are custom made and they can be measured and installed DIY, or by a carpenter or handyman.

Forget the stress of a full scale kitchen reno, this option takes one day to complete and everything can be left in the cupboards and drawers!