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You might think that your bed is the thing in your bedroom getting the most use, but, if you think about it, your sheets suffer more wear and tear than the bed itself. So it pays to take good care of your bed linens – and the best way to do that is by avoiding some of these simple, common mistakes when you're in the la…
02.24 / 22:27
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A dramatic downstairs deck is the latest chapter in the almost 20-year renovation of Loena Wilson McCormack's 1970s townhouse in Mission Bay,…
02.24 / 16:08
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Kiwi actor Ido Drent, best known for his role on Shortland Street, shares the journey as he and his wife Mandy build a new house in Auckland and wrangle a toddler and newborn b…
02.24 / 16:08
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Summer has scarcely started and before you know it, it's officially Autumn. But not to worry, the weather can be a lot more settled in March, so there's still plenty of time to entertain…
02.24 / 16:08
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The best new ideas to enhance the heart of every house - the …
02.24 / 07:13
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Landscaping, even on a small scale, can make a real difference to your home. First of all, it adds value to the property. Think of "street appeal" in real estate speak, and you'll understand…
02.24 / 07:13
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Your bed - possibly the most used and least appreciated piece of furniture in your entire house. That is, until you wake up one day with a crick in…
02.24 / 00:06
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I'm willing to bet that a roll of duct tape can be found a tool box, drawer or shed of just about every home. It's arguably the most versatile home repair item out there, and I find it surprising that people don't chose it as their luxury item on shows like Survivor or Naked and Af…
02.23 / 23:43
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Little old NZ could learn a thing or two about literal street style from our fastidious overseas …
02.23 / 21:53
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This 1990s house, sandwiched between traditional villas in Ponsonby, has undergone a complete restoration by Koia Architects. Every decade has its defining architecture, and the 1990s was no exception. And it wasn't always great.Not-so-cool legacies include poor plaster cladding systems and poky rooms – unbelievably, kitchens were often separate cubicles sandwiched b…
02.23 / 21:53
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