Interior Design S2
by SIT TV Production Unit
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Laura Rongen, with help from decor adviser Travis Kane and artisans John Hope and Paul Bremer, transforms a six-room flat into a modern masterpiece.
|1||CleanVideoEpisode 1 (Living-room)||Starting in the living-room, decor adviser Travis Kane discusses with Laura Rongen the preferred paint colours and shades for the size of the room and how accessories can be used to introduce complementary colours. Laura also finds out from artisans John||23 11 2008||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoEpisode 2 (Dining-room)||Continuing into the dining-room, Laura and Travis consider how best to tie in the decor with the living-room since it is an open-plan arrangement. Again the colour, size and design of the dining-room suite are important factors. Also considered are floor||1 12 2008||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoEpisode 3 (Kitchen)||Travis points out that in the kitchen a low-sheen or semi-gloss water-based enamel paint is recommended for durability and easy cleaning. Also considered are blinds rather than curtains because of safety issues, environmentally friendly paint, cupboard ha||9 12 2008||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoEpisode 4 (Bedrooms)||Laura and Travis chat about choosing the right colours and shades of paint to suit the size of the rooms and the need to follow through with the same colours from the main bedroom to the guest room. Colour for a feature wall is considered and the type of||17 12 2008||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoEpisode 5 (Bathroom)||Colour in relation to impressions of space is also important in the bathroom, and choice of accesssories such as towels and curtains to complement the colour scheme can bring a new dimension to the decor. The type of paint that will stand up to moisture a||23 12 2008||Free||View in iTunes|