December to Remember
Just as the title says, it was a December to remember for us at All hands On Property Group. We carried out three stunning bathroom renovations within the Campbeltown area. The first was at a property in Eagle Vale where we completely transformed the property into a stunning, modern family home. From new bedrooms, to new bathrooms, kitchen, laundry, floors and walls, we gave this gorgeous home the uplift it needed.
Eagle Vale Renovation
Leumeah Bathroom Renovation
The second renovation we completed was in Leumeah and who said you needed a beachside holiday home in order to create a coastal bathroom retreat! Well, that's exactly what we did. The two selected neutral tiles mixed with a vibrant turquoise subway tile made for a stunning, yet fresh looking bathroom.
Campbelltown Bathroom Renovation
Our final Bathroom renovation in Campbelltown required a full reconfiguration from the bottom up as it was the first time it had been renovated since 1965. We had a mere 4.86m2 to work with. This bathroom had more of an understated look, which was brought to life by using a light Lappato wall tile in contrast with a Piccadilly nero matt floor tile. We took advantage of the 2.7m high ceilings by running the tiles straight up the walls - giving it a warm palatial feel. The features of this bathroom include sophisticated matte black finished fittings and fixtures, a diamond shower screen, a built-in mirrored shaving cabinet with a shelf and gorgeous built-in niches trimmed of with a black border.
Ten Interesting facts that happened in 2020
2020 will be a year we never forget, with so many events taken place. Between our Wild Bush Fires, Covid-19, protests and US election, we sometimes forget to read about the other news stories that are reported. As a way to get your mind off all the sensitive news, we found 5 interesting facts that happened in 2020.
1. Rare Two-Faced Kitten Born
In May 2020, a rare two-faced kitten was born in Albany, Oregon. The kitten was born with a birth defect called cranial duplication. Both mouths moved and were able to nurse. Unfortunately, the kitten passed away a few days after birth.
2. Treasure from 1715 Shipwreck Found
A Florida man hit the jackpot when he found 22 silver coins along the beach from a 1715 shipwreck. Jonah Martinez located the coins by using a metal detector. The coins are estimated to be worth $6,000.
3. First Frog Fossil from Antarctica Found
In Early April, scientists uncovered Antarctica’s first frog fossil. This fossil may help scientists learn when the South Pole froze. About 90 million years ago, Antarctica was a thriving rainforest before it froze. The fossilized frog is to be dated from roughly 40 million years ago.
4. Teen Caught a Nearly 900-pound SharkSummer holidays started off very exciting for 13-year-old Michah Harless from Texas when he reeled in, with the help of his father, an almost 900-pound tiger shark in the Gulf of Mexico. It took 36 hours for this team to catch the shark.
5. First Commercial Rocket to Orbit SpaceIt’s been a while since we’ve heard any astronaut news, but for the first time ever in May, NASA astronauts launch from the first commercial spacecraft, SpaceX CrewDragon, heading towards the International Space Station. There are two astronauts in the spacecraft.
Tip of the Month
The Multi Purpose Cleaner
The best cleaning product ever invented is the baby wipe. They are inexpensive and easy to use, and you can get them almost anywhere these days. In our home, we've used baby wipes to get marker out of couch cushions, makeup out of carpets, fingerprints off the woodwork and grit off your hands. They are just so versatile!
Ten other unexpected uses for baby wipes are as followed:
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