16 December 2011

Masters Home Improvement

I keep thinking today is Saturday, as we all spent the day together as a family today.  That doesn't often happen on a Friday, does it?

So, what does a family like ours do when we have a free day together?  We head out to check out Masters Home Improvement, of course!

Goodness gracious me.  This place (we went to Morayfield, a decent drive from home, but so worth it) was amazeballs and a half.  It was air-conditioned for starters - probably too cold, truth be told.

I found the flooring for the new house.  I've moved away from the bamboo that I was lusting after, and towards an engineered timber floor.  I found more carpet than I knew what to do with, thus haven't made a choice yet.  There was paint galore.  We sourced the timber to build the new sofa table (plans still to come).

I found an artwork, which has inspired a whole new look for our big girl's bedroom.  I bought the cheapest Christmas decorations I've ever seen in my life.

They even had the fridge we're planning to buy, that we hadn't actually seen in the flesh yet.  Let me tell you, that fridge is a winner.

Anyhoo, this is not a sponsored post, but I just needed to share with you the awesomeness that was Masters!  Do yourself a favour, as Molly would say (get well soon, Molly).

Have a great weekend, everyone!


  1. Masters is a great place to visit, it's not too far from me so I can pop there anytime I like, much to my husband's delight !!!

  2. Well i best take my family to Masters today then. we have one in Nerang. apparently it has a Macas inside.
    The sun is shinning so it looks like a great week end is ahead, Penny :)

  3. I am very envious that you have such a great resource. Enjoy the weekend!

  4. I'll have to check it out! The nearest to me is Springfield and there's a great park there for the kids. Will make a day of it.

    Haha how sad is that. A big family outing on the holidays is going to the hardware store.

    TDM xx


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