Australia's Renovation Queen and popular TV renovator Cherie Barber will be sharing some of her tips on how to turn a dated and drab property into a modern masterpiece and all on a budget!
Date: Saturday 4 November 2017
Where: Robinsons Frankston (Shop 3/11 Station Street Mall, Frankston, VIC, 3199. Just outside Bayside Shopping Centre)
As the Renovating For Profit guru on Ten’s The Living Room and a regular renovator on Nine’s Today Extra Show, Cherie’s TV segments have become rating winners. Over the years, thousands of people have flocked to her sold-out renovation masterclasses, keen to learn snippets of her renovating prowess for themselves.
Recognising that the average Australian doesn’t have a lazy $50k or $100k in their bank account for renovation, the queen of cosmetic makeovers continues to dazzle us nationwide with budgetbusting makeovers that add real value to properties of all shapes and sizes.
In her very first book, Cherie reveals her simple tricks on how to give your property that elusive designer look without breaking the bank. Jam-packed with practical insights for buyers and renters alike, readers learn how to think strategically about what to renovate versus detonate. She’ll introduce you to the incredible cosmetic refresh products that transform the downright ugly and drabulous to fabulous, in just one weekend. Killer kitchens, beautiful bathrooms and fancy facades: its all here; beautifully illustrated in dozens of before-and-after shots. Yes, play spot the difference!
Refreshingly real, Cherie has personally renovated over 100 properties in her 27-year career as a renovator. But despite her huge success, it hasn’t always been smooth sailing. She admits she’s made every conceivable mistake possible. Conversely, she’s also learnt every trick in the book too on how to catapult your property value, on sometimes barely-there budgets. You’ll see kitchens revamped for under $1000, bathrooms transformed for just $2500 and whole apartments and houses renovated for just $5000. Simple DIY projects mean you don’t have to call in the tradies and step-by-step guides make sure you do things right.