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12 property results:

Sunnyvale, 102 Millbrook Road

102 Millbrook Road


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Sunnyvale, Lot 3 18 Styca Place

Lot 3 18 Styca Place


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New Lynn, 7/42 Sheridan Drive

7/42 Sheridan Drive


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Titirangi, 7-9 Taraire Road

7-9 Taraire Road


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Kelston, 11B/30 Westward Ho Road

11B/30 Westward Ho Road


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Henderson, 86 San Valentino Drive

86 San Valentino Drive


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Flat Bush, 15 Viera Drive

15 Viera Drive


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3

Manukau, 38 Charntay Avenue

38 Charntay Avenue


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Mount Albert, 2/15 Preston Avenue

2/15 Preston Avenue


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Recently sold:

Avondale, 6 Kenley Place

6 Kenley Place


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Flat Bush, 37A Hilltop Road

37A Hilltop Road


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Sandringham, 4/40 Arabi Street

4/40 Arabi Street


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Avondale, 15 Beatrix Street

15 Beatrix Street


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Avondale, 10 Donegal Street

10 Donegal Street


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New Windsor, 100 New Windsor Road

100 New Windsor Road


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Mount Albert, 2/32 Asquith Avenue

2/32 Asquith Avenue


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Mount Albert, 86 Mount Royal Avenue

86 Mount Royal Avenue


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Onehunga, 2/178 Church Street

2/178 Church Street


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Avondale, 201 Blockhouse Bay Road

201 Blockhouse Bay Road


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Avondale, 16 Waterton Place

16 Waterton Place


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Avondale, 1/20 Blockhouse Bay Road

1/20 Blockhouse Bay Road


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Glen Eden, 7 Karina Place

7 Karina Place


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New Lynn, 1B/10 Crown Lynn Place

1B/10 Crown Lynn Place


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Kelston, 31 Barbary Avenue

31 Barbary Avenue


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Kelston, 45 Kelman Road

45 Kelman Road


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Avondale, 16A Waterton Place

16A Waterton Place


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Avondale, 93B Mead Street

93B Mead Street


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Grey Lynn, 523 Richmond Road

523 Richmond Road


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Kelston, 6 Manatu Lane

6 Manatu Lane


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New Lynn, 2/29 Craigbank Avenue

2/29 Craigbank Avenue


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5

Glen Eden, 3 Oratia Drive

3 Oratia Drive


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4

Avondale, 1/82 Riversdale Road

1/82 Riversdale Road


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4

New Windsor, 4 Brothers Street

4 Brothers Street


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Titirangi, 185 Titirangi Road

185 Titirangi Road


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5

Mount Eden, 32 Kowhai Street

32 Kowhai Street


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Mount Albert, 1/50 Asquith Avenue

1/50 Asquith Avenue


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Avondale, 11C Taramea Street

11C Taramea Street


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Glendene, 86 Hepburn Road

86 Hepburn Road


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New Lynn, 37 Reid Road

37 Reid Road


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Titirangi, 12 Hollywood Avenue

12 Hollywood Avenue


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Avondale, 22 Glendon Avenue

22 Glendon Avenue


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Titirangi, 17 Tawini Road

17 Tawini Road


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Pakuranga, 4 Rosina Place

4 Rosina Place


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5

New Lynn, 19 Rimu Street

19 Rimu Street


4

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3

Massey, 319C Royal Road

319C Royal Road


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4

Henderson, 2/25 Pinedale Place

2/25 Pinedale Place


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New Lynn, 3/123 Gardner Avenue

3/123 Gardner Avenue


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Avondale, 48B Powell Street

48B Powell Street


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Glendene, 12 Neesons Way

12 Neesons Way


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Glendene, 15 Addison Drive

15 Addison Drive


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Green Bay, 21A Cliff View Drive

21A Cliff View Drive


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66 blog results:

16 August 2018

Future Growth


For the third year running, a select group of the team from Ray White Damerell Group have joined a class of students, teachers and parents from Ponsonby Primary to help plant over 400 trees,…

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30 August 2018

Sense of Theatre


Actor, director and long-time Ponsonby resident Paul Gittins chats about his latest theatre project, his long and illustrious acting career, and of course his favourite Auckland suburb.

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6 September 2018

Tick All the Boxes


Ray White Damerell Group’s General Counsel, Elizabeth Rabier, talks about the common legal matters you should cross off your list ahead of putting your property on the market.

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13 September 2018

Celebrating Success


The awards kept coming for Ray White Damerell Group at Connect – White & Partners’ annual leadership conference, held recently on the Gold Coast and attended by over 2,500 agents and brokers…

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13 September 2018

A New Level of Service


When the 57-level Pacifica residential tower comes on line in 2020, it will set a new benchmark for luxury, high-rise living in Auckland.

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27 September 2018

Creative Hub


Ponsonby’s Studio One Toi Tū is a vibrant community-based centre for makers and thinkers in many different creative disciplines. So, whether you’re five or 95, you’re welcome to come along a…

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27 September 2018

Towering Success


Scope Strata Management is delighted to announce that it has won the contract to manage Seascape; a state-of-the-art building that is set to become New Zealand’s tallest residential tower.

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4 October 2018

Learning Curve


This truly unique home, located deep in the heart of the Waitakere ranges, is the culmination of one man’s vision to create an efficient and sustainable lifestyle – and he built it all himse…

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4 October 2018

Manna From Heaven


Award-winning baker Patrick Welzenbach talks about his unique ancestry and what makes Daily Bread, his new bakery in Point Chevalier, so special.

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11 October 2018

Auckland 2050 – Nirvana or Pipe Dream?


Now we finally have a landmark document addressing Auckland’s major long-term population, prosperity and environmental challenges, but does it successfully deal with our need for another 313…

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25 October 2018

Rock Solid


Rarely can businesses say anything positive about the massive storms that hit Auckland this winter.

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1 November 2018

Co-Housing – A Viable Alternative


A self-financing, community-led housing development gives hope to a handful of Aucklanders looking for affordable homes and a more sustainable and environmentally conscious way of life.

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1 November 2018

All Around The Watchtower


A unique piece of Auckland’s architectural heritage, considered by many as a blueprint of how we should tackle the issues of housing density while being sensitive to the existing homes in ou…

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8 November 2018

Wintergarden Blooms Again


Since the late 1800s, the Auckland Wintergardens have enthralled with dazzling displays of tropical and seasonal botanical wonders.

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8 November 2018

One Out of the Box


Described whimsically by it’s owner as ‘straight out of 1970s Palm Springs’, this house by architect Dominic Glamuzina looks as if it has been picked up out of a different country from a dif…

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15 November 2018

Good for people, planet, and Earth


James Denton is a man on a mission. His challenge: to help Aotearoa New Zealand be the first country to take the lead towards plastic-free, waste-free living.

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22 November 2018

Maximum Impact


When it comes to making sure your outdoor spaces are spot on for a Spring/Summer sale, nobody does it quite like Ian Morrow of home and garden makeover company Market Ready.

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29 November 2018

Less Is More


With significantly less rubbish collected than in years gone by, this year’s Cox’s Bay Clean Up has been hailed a huge success – going to show that efforts over previous campaigns are beginn…

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6 December 2018

Taken In Context


With more than 30 signature projects in and around Ponsonby and Grey Lynn to its name, RTA Studios has, in its own small way, begun to change the fabric of the streets and neighbourhoods it…

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13 December 2018

Solar Gain


With electricity prices on the rise and with our increasing demands on energy – including electric vehicles and eBikes – is now the time to invest in solar panels?

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10 January 2019

At Home With Art


When choosing art for the home, what attracts depends largely on cultural or personal aesthetic preferences. Like beauty, art lies in the eye of the beholder.

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17 January 2019

Back to Basics


In a charming kind of way, the Kōtare Avenue smokehouse in Westmere brings the neighbourhood together, offering fresh, mouth-watering smoked salmon.

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24 January 2019

The Heart of Living


Designing and decorating a home is such a personal thing. It’s important to get to know clients and understand how they like to live.

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31 January 2019

Carving a Niche


Internationally acclaimed sculptor John Edgar made a brave decision to leave a promising academic career and embrace the world of art, and now he exhibits and sells his works all around the…

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7 February 2019

Architectural Escapes


Live the high life – just for the weekend

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14 February 2019

An Eye On Art


Gallerists, Jennifer Buckley and Rex Armstrong say their home is a few hundred ‘wow’ moments. They move things around and constantly remark, “wow, we like that.”

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14 February 2019

Private Retreat


It’s rare to describe a home as truly unique, but 212a Hillsborough Road comes close.

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21 February 2019

Rainbow of Creativity


A craft and design event in New Lynn showcased the talented artists in the Everything & Everyone Market.

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7 March 2019

Bee Aware


Bees and beekeeping are today’s buzzwords, as more of us become concerned about our environment and begin to understand just how critical these tiny insects are for the health and wellbeing…

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14 March 2019

Changing The Menu


Chris Kinnell, owner of 100% plant-based eatery The Butcher’s Son, talks of a generational shift in attitude towards food and how his menu has influenced perceptions of plant-based eating.

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14 March 2019

Architectural Heritage


A classically modernist house by a master architect is faithfully transformed into a stunning, modern family home.

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28 March 2019

Top Auckland Farmer’s Markets


Special day trip or regular weekend haunt, here’s our comprehensive guide to all the regular farmers’ markets in and around Auckland.

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4 April 2019

Not Just A Garden


More than just a lawn and a few raised beds, today’s gardens need to offer an integrated design that caters for a multitude of functions, all wrapped up in a great-looking, low-maintenance p…

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4 April 2019

Thoroughly Modern


This remarkable time capsule of mid-century Kiwi architecture illustrates how great design really does stand the test of time.

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11 April 2019

A Flying Start


Hidden in a quiet street in Green Bay, a converted three-car garage is home to Auckland’s Bird Rescue Centre. Each year, around 5000 birds of all ages, sizes and in various states of health…

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26 April 2019

Cardboard Cities


A collaboration with internationally acclaimed Filipino artists, Project Another Country: From Pillars to Posts, is an extraordinary installation amassed into crazy cardboard cities.

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2 May 2019

Pack, Stack, and Roll


Sturdy Cleverbox reusable packing boxes – the smarter, more efficient and sustainable way of doing things.

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9 May 2019

The Modern Villa


With their crisp, traditional façades and cutting-edge, contemporary additions, previously outdated villas are enjoying a modern renaissance, thanks to forward-thinking architects like Darre…

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16 May 2019

Top Of The Hops


Musician-turned-hophead Rich Yong talks about his passion for craft beer and his goal to spread the word about the amber nectar from his newly opened shop in Vinegar Lane.

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30 May 2019

From The Sky Lounge


“Sky is the ultimate painting. In a state of constant change, no minute is ever the same. I photograph it daily from my apartment balcony when I can.”

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30 May 2019

Lifting The Veil


Film-makers Nikki Si’ulepa and Rachel Aneta Wills, talk about the challenges and victories around launching their debut feature film, ‘Same But Different’.

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6 June 2019

Space, The Final Frontier


A solution to your decluttering problems could also offer up a cash bonus.

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13 June 2019

Looking Positive For Auckland


We all know Auckland is a fabulous place to live, but it’s also still a great city to invest in property. Here are 10 reasons why.

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20 June 2019

Better Taste – Naturally


Little Bird Kitchen serves exciting, innovative and delicious plant-based organic food – and people are loving it.

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4 July 2019

All Blacks or Tech


An All Black or Tech Innovator? – Your Child’s Decision Might Not Be So Obvious in the Future.

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11 July 2019

World Famous in New Zealand


Already a multi-award winner in her own country, this larger-than-life local designer has taken her work to the rest of the world, and come out on top.

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25 July 2019

Timeless Style


Mid Century Swag sets the stage for eye-catching, timeless and unique designer décor pieces.

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1 August 2019

Home Sweet Tiny Home


What the Tiny House movement is about and why you should pay attention

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15 August 2019

Past is Present


After six years living in inner-city Sydney, architect Matt Brew has returned home, setting himself up in a classic 1970’s house that clings to a steep hillside, lushly covered in native bus…

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22 August 2019

Planning For The Future


Futureproofing our city has never been more important – because there is no Planet B! Are Auckland city planners thinking about long-term sustainability? What are they doing to ensure the ci…

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29 August 2019

Linking Cultures


Birkdale and Beach Haven residents witness a renaissance in cultural richness and strong sense of community.

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5 September 2019

A Cut Above


A lifelong passion for designing and making beautiful knives has followed Willie Van Niekerk from his childhood growing up in the African bush through to a burgeoning cottage industry in sub…

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12 September 2019

Labour of Love


The story of one man’s mission to save and preserve what many consider to be the country’s most significant modernist home.

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19 September 2019

Top Digs for Top Dogs


Come along and support BarkHaus – a charity-driven, designer dog house competition being held at Ponsonby Central at the end of September, supported by Ray White Damerell Group.

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3 October 2019

A Century of Style


The Bauhaus is celebrating its centennial this year. What influence has this movement had on today’s homes?

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10 October 2019

Making a Beeline


Parks and gardens have always been popular places to spend down time – playing, walking, running, gardening, or simply sitting and enjoying the peace. But if we want them to continue to prod…

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17 October 2019

Of People and Heritage


Every heritage building is different, and each has an amazing story to tell - stories that are often unknown or obscured by time.

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17 October 2019

NZ Landlords: Are You Prepared?


Are you a landlord? If so, it’s risky if you don’t know the rules.

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24 October 2019

An Eye For Detail


Simon Devitt shoots houses for a living. His stunning architectural images can be seen in many of New Zealand’s premier design magazines, as well as some notable publications internationally…

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7 November 2019

Water – Protecting Our Greatest Asset


If Auckland Council’s Penny Hulse had her way, water would replace schooling as the hot topic for dinner party conversations over the next few years. Why? Because water is possibly THE bigge…

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7 November 2019

Charity Auction


Help us raise funds for Pet Refuge!

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8 August 2019

All Fired Up


An expanding band of artisans in our city are taking up crafts like pottery – relishing the slower-paced way of life – as they pursue their passions, work from home studios and look after th…

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14 November 2019

A Sustainable Collaboration


Artisan collaborates with UK wallpaper designer and maker Deborah Bowness, whose innovation and unique design style has afforded her notable recognition worldwide.

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28 November 2019

A Wall of Colour


Regardless of how big or small the scale of a home decorating or renovation project, there is usually a well-intentioned rationale behind selecting paint colours. Whether agreeing on a singl…

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5 December 2019

Exploring Hinemoa Street


A little piece of paradise in the heart of a big city.

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12 December 2019

Inspiring Kitchen Kit


Making summer entertaining easy, joyous and sustainable.

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