Contemporary Cottage Renovation | Season Preview | House 12


Flashback to November last year when we asked out audience…. “Do you want us to renovate your home?”

We were totally overwhelmed by the response, with over 800 Sydney-siders submitting their homes for consideration. Especially when there was a BIG catch – they’d need to hand over their keys, their budget and full creative control to us!

Situated in Windsor, a historic town north-west of Sydney, the cute cottage is home to mums, Sarah and Cath and their two sons, Chaise and Addison. We wanted to give this modern family a modern update to their old home.

Get ready to watch as a humble #windsorcottage gets a renovation fit for #windsorcastle.

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