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Best websites or magazines for best renovating/trends ideas ?

Discussion in 'Renovation & Home Improvement' started by R377, 30th Nov, 2015.

  1. R377

    R377 Well-Known Member

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    Any ideas on what would be the best be websites or magazines for renovating ideas ?

    We will also be going through new display homes. Any other ideas ?

    thanks
     
  2. moyjos

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    House Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    and pinterest.com - very similar to Houzz but I find it easier to use
     
  5. QbiK Evolution

    QbiK Evolution Well-Known Member

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    I second houzz and Pinterest great free tools for finding ideas.
     
  6. Mel_C

    Mel_C Well-Known Member

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    I also go to the local library and borrow the latest kitchen/bathroom magazines and Grand Designs
     
  7. moyjos

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    If your library has the latest kitchen/bathroom magazines ask them to show you how to use zinio for your tablet. You can then read the magazines free whenever and wherever your like. It is really easy and you can get notifications when a new issue is available.
     
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  8. Mel_C

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    Thanks . Do they offer the property investing mags through this service? Im old and still read the paper format !
     
  9. moyjos

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    I actually have not been into my library for a few years. I can get more titles online than they actually have in the library. Our Sunshine Coast library does not have the property mags :(

    This is the list we have from our libraries.
    Return to Library Collection
    Google your local library and look for a link to Zinio, you should find a landing page like this.
     
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  10. larrylarry

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    Thanks! I just saw Zinio in Parramatta Library...not much on investments though. So you basically download the mags after logging in from your ipad or other types of devices?
     
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    Yep. It is pretty easy, but it is super easy if you take 30 mins and go to the library and get them to run you through it.
     
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