Levels in their various forms have been around forever. The spirit level was invented in the 1600’s by a gentleman called Melchisedech Thevenot, however prior to that water levels were commonly used. As well as the often used spirit level, the original water level, other levels such as a Reed level or a Line level…Continue Reading
So I am still without a real laundry. I currently have a rusty old tub, and floor space for my washer and dryer, I kind of have walls, and that’s about it. It’s yucky and uninspiring, but, I do have the opportunity to create a new laundry, and that is something to look forward to.…Continue Reading
Sharing her Favourite Space this week, we have Kirsten Smith from Kirsten and Co. A delightfully witty blogger, who has me in stiches with just about every post, not afraid to show off her handsome hubby ‘Guns’, who has an amazing ability to cook and flex his muscles at the same time. Kirsten has another…Continue Reading
Last week Adam and I flew to Sydney to attend the HIA Home Show. It was a quick research trip, as we were thinking to hosting our own stand at the upcoming home show in Brisbane. Here are my top tips for getting the most out of attending a home show.
I’ve spoken before about how our home came to be built, here. Originally owned by Fredrick Goleby, and given to his daughter, Mrs A M Johnson. What gets me really excited about our home, is it’s history. Yesterday I got lost in the treasure of information available on Trove. Mr Fredrick Goleby was a very…Continue Reading
Last week we looked at the hand saw, this week we take a little look at the Power Saw. This is another one of those tools, Adam uses just about every day. One of the first things for our apprentice to set up each day, is the power saw. Used for cutting just about everything,…Continue Reading