5 years ago we had the idea (some would say a craaazy idea) to one day create a Three Birds home that people could buy and build on their block of land. Today, this idea becomes a reality. #pinchmemoment
We’ve teamed up with legend-builders, Rawson Homes, to create an exclusive Knock Down Rebuild package so that YOU can build a Three Birds Dream Home on YOUR block. It has been meticulously designed by us, bringing together all the best design features from our most loved homes. This home truly is the ‘best of the Birds’.
Every fixture and fitting has been hand-selected by us. No detail has been spared: from skirting boards to wall sconces, tapware to tiles … all the design choices have been made for you to deliver the signature coastal-cool style we know you love.
Follow the journey as we design the Three Birds Dream Home …. who knows, it might be yours too!
Block out the next 5 Monday evenings to watch us bring this baby to life.
STARTS MONDAY 19TH JULY – 8 PM AEST.
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