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Revision reVIEW: Renovation News

With the beautiful sunshine sticking around it's time to get our homes summer ready. This week houzz provides tips to make your bathroom look bigger and brighter and the trends to look out for this year.If you hadn't already guessed, taking a peek into celebrities homes is becoming our new favourite past time and this week we have the beauty queen of all celebs - Audrey Hepburn's elegant hollywood mansion. We might not be able to afford the cool $14 million price tag, but we sure can get inspired by that classic old hollywood glam interior design.

Audrey Hepburn's home

Hollywood glam at it's finest!

Audrey Hepburn's home was recently listed for sale and the photos show that this iconic beauty let her sophisticated and feminine styles shine though her home. "Built in 1938 by renowned Hollywood architect Paul Williams, it’s abound with glamor and elegance. Click through to take a peek inside the 6,414-square-foot space." View the photos here

Houzz Kitchen Wood and White

Houzz plowed into their data to find out the 28 things you’ll be seeing more of in 2017.

Houzz sifted through popular photos and articles, and talked to industry leaders to find out what is most popular this year and how to get our homes summer ready. From brass finishes, Splurging on laundry rooms, Outdoor-feeling indoor showers and wood and white kitchens. See the list

Houzz bathroom. How to look bigger

12 Ways to Make Any Bathroom Look Bigger

Houzz knows that "Most of us dream of having a vast, spacious bathroom with a separate tub and shower, two sinks and maybe even a decadent chaise just for lounging between soaks." However it's not always possible. check out these top tips to make your bathroom look bigger and ensure our homes are summer ready. Read more

10/09 Interior Design Rule

The 10/90 rule of Interior Design

Chrissy & Co knows it's all about the finishing touches and writes, "when it comes to exceptional interior design, it's the last 10% of a project that makes up for 90% of the visual impact. There is nothing worse than a client who goes bust on their furnishings but won't justify splurging on custom toss pillows and exceptional art." Read more.