BEFORE AND AFTER
See the difference a professional renovation can make. Whether you would like to fuse seamlessly with your original home or create a modern new look, the possibilities are endless
Built in late 1950s, this overlooked 3×1 oasis was due for a makeover. Internally sculptured into a 2×1, creating a master bedroom with a large walk in robe, expanding the original bathroom into a Grand suite and opening the kitchen up with all the mods. Once the pool was filled this created an easy to care, lock and leave outdoor area with a massive Alfresco off the main roof to entertain the masses. To finish off, an upgrade to a double garage which gave a lift and more modern look to the front.
This stunning beachside residence needed some extensive internal alterations and refurbishment to bring it back up to date with current trends and match the grand exterior of the home. New wet areas throughout, designer kitchen, study and lounge room have resulted in a stunning make over with a modern on trend interior featuring great use of timber, colour and texture.
Although this home previously had some internal renovations done, the owners wanted to remove the old sleepout and further extend the home to create a new master with ensuite, generous study nook, laundry and open plan kitchen/meals/family area. The ensuite features a skylight over the shower and gorgeous marble tiling. The Shaker kitchen is stunning with a large island bench.
This semi rural property was desperately in need of some TLC and after much discussion, Green-Shore was engaged to achieve just that. It is hard in just 3 pictures to give you an idea of the scope of this significant renovation and the stunning results achieved. Hopefully the photos provided give you some idea of just how charming and contemporary this property is now.
For Trent and Coby, they were living in the perfect secluded part of Daglish. However, their existing home had a closed in feeling in the existing kitchen/meals/family area due to the low and varied ceiling heights. This area also had little connection with their basic but north facing alfresco area. We sorted out the ceiling heights inside to link the existing, already renovated kitchen to the family room and then created a beautiful, contemporary alfresco. Inside to outside is now seamlessly linked with new views to the pool and beautiful northern light flooding into the house.
For Louise and Shane this was a very special renovation project. This was the home that Louise grew up in as a child, so the decision making process here was even more emotional that normal. After a number of different concepts and budgets were discussed and amended, we finally settled on a significant downstairs and rear elevation renovation, along with a new second storey for the children, including views to the river and new Stadium. From the front, the character of this stately home was maintained, despite the new second storey. The owners now have a “new home” of which they are justifiably proud!
Greg and Alison had owned a typical, single level Wembley bungalow on a busy street for a number of years. More room was the brief, so the decision was made to relocate the children upstairs to new bedrooms, a bathroom and activity area. A previous experience with another builder had made them think that they could not achieve their new second storey with the available budget, but Green-Shore was able to give them what they wanted for the budget they had in mind including a total re-roof in colorbond.
East Victoria Park
This timber framed, weatherboard cottage was typical of many in the suburb. Michael and Carlie badly needed extra room for themselves with a rapidly growing family of boys. A Master Suite was added upstairs to the rear of the house along with new timber doors to their existing alfresco from the family room. The external result was seamless and inside their “new” house, the parents are very much appreciating their new upstairs Master Suite.
This typically dated 70’s home needed a full internal refurbishment to create bright, open living areas & functional spaces. The refurbishment included new floor tiles to all the living areas, renovated bathrooms, a new kitchen and laundry, removal of all the face brick and archways along with some internal structural alterations to make this home spacious, modern & a pleasure to come home to!
A Perth couple and their 2 children came home to Perth from Sydney to find their dream home. The house they chose was ideally situated but in need of some major renovation. Only 8 months after commencement, the house was barley recognisable including new second storey Master Suite, retreat and private balcony. Downstairs saw a new family bathroom and bedrooms layout opening onto a massive kitchen/meals/family area with timber bi-folds onto a wrap around, timber-decked balcony
This was a 60’s City Beach home in need of more space and freshening up. Downstairs, a feature stone wall was removed opening up a space for a newly re-located kitchen and meals area with polished concrete floors looking out to the backyard pool. Upstairs saw a new Master Suite created. A new double garage rounded out the project.
This typical Woodvale home was transformed internally with walls being removed in the previously pokey entry/lounge/dining/kitchen space to create an open, bright and beautiful new living, meals and kitchen area
An 80’s double storey is partially demolished and then beautifully renovated to allow for a side by side subdivision in this sought after lakeside location
Our Contract Designer Jamie introduced this client to us. He tweaked their original brief to relocate the kitchen and create a beautiful north facing kitchen/meals/family area leading onto a totally refurbished alfresco area. We tendered competitively with a number of other builders and were lucky enough to secure the job. The transformation was outstanding!
A return client who required bedroom changes upstairs and a new studio/workshop in the backyard
Home makeover to include extensive renovations to the rear of the house with this lovely open plan kitchen/dining and deck.
Situated on a strata block, this original Floreat home needed an ensuite upgrade, new kitchen, rear re-roof and new timber flooring in the back rooms.
Ali and Rob came to us with a completed design that a designer friend of theirs had come up with. As well as major internal works, the aim was to create a total makeover of the front façade of this 70’s cream brick cottage. An award winning transformation was the result.
Renovation including new kitchen, laundry and enclosed alfresco.
A second storey Master Suite was added along with entry and lounge room modifications
A total refit inside and out transformed this iconic 1920’s house into a beautiful family home
A second storey insert in excess of 100 square metres, combined with new flooring and painting throughout transformed this suburban home into a brand new residence
This ageing home in Menora was transformed into modern spaces the whole family can enjoy.
This second storey addition featured frameless glass balustrade leading up to 3 bedrooms with built in robes, bathroom and activity room.
This family with 3 teenage daughters chose an extensive internal refurbishment of areas including the kitchen, family room, bathroom, ensuite and laundry.
Extension to the front included a master bedroom, hotel style walk-thru robe, luxurious ensuite and two bedrooms.
Addition of kitchen, living, laundry, powder room and alfresco made up the rear extension, 3 bedrooms, activity area, bathroom and powder room were added to the second storey addition
# Bibra Lake
Second storey addition comprising of master bedroom with ensuite, retreat and baby room. # Award Winner 2015.
The original house is barely recognizable as a new second storey took advantage of the sloping block and city views
# East Fremantle
Ground floor renovation and extension. # Awarded Overall Best Alteration and Addition 2014
This home was transformed into the best house in the street.