Design

  • Enter in style: door furniture trends

    Choosing door hardware is quite often overlooked in the design elements of a home, yet is an extension of a home’s personality, helping to complete the look. One of the most used touch points in a home, functionality and design are both important factors to consider when selecting door hardware...
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  • Qikpanel: timber flooring technology to give you the edge

    Discover the Qikpanel floor cassette system Qikpanel by Qikfit Floors is a low profile, prefabricated timber floor cassette. Qikfit Floors are designed specifically to provide a cost and speed advantage over the conventional flooring systems used for large spans and second storey floor installations. At Dahlsens our experienced team understands exactly...
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  • Supplier spotlight: Claytons Kitchens

    At Dahlsens our supply partners are central to our ability to provide a premium service to each of our clients, so we make sure we only work with the best. The Claytons Group is no exception. As one of our standout suppliers, their continued collaboration with Dahlsens underpins our seamless, hassle-free...
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  • Ezipier steel piers: an alternative to sub-floor brick piers

    Ezipier's adjustable steel piers and stumps are making an impact on the Australian flooring market. So what is Ezipier and why is it proving so popular? The back story Originating in Sydney in 1991, Spantec conceptualised and started manufacturing adjustable steel piers to be used under sub-floors. Spantec are now the...
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  • Trending: interior wall cladding

    Wall panelling can reinvent the look and feel of the interior of a home. With multiple design choices, in a range of materials and finishes, there are numerous options available to choose from. ClevaClic ClevaClic features the unique and worldwide patented Uniclic® system which makes the panels very easy to hook...
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  • Five expert tips for nailing the Hamptons look

    Nailing the Hamptons look is easy with our simple. five-step guide. Step 1: Weatherboard The clean lines and period feel of weatherboard are essential for an authentic Hamptons home. Scyon Linea cladding delivers the perfect look but is easier to install and more durable than timber. Step 2: Windows Windows are...
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  • Timber: the benefits of nature-inspired design

    When it comes to building materials, wood is both the oldest and the newest choice, evolving in use from the purely functional to the truly beautiful. Extracts from the recent Planet Ark report, Wood – Nature Inspired Design, explore some of the health and wellbeing benefits of exposure to this most...
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  • Healthy homes: building materials for allergy sufferers

    With the number of allergy sufferers on the rise in Australia, one of the most important considerations in building a healthy home is the elimination of dampness, mould and dust mites – and one of the biggest culprits in causing all these issues is condensation. Why can condensation be harmful...
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  • Supplier spotlight: Unitex, for (great) service rendered

    Some suppliers do it so well. They understand their customers. They pride themselves in producing a great product and stand by its performance. They have great people and therefore great customer empathy and service. Dahlsens takes great pride in associating itself with such suppliers and taking their products to our...
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  • Cladding: we spotlight Victoria's leading manufacturers

    More than just bricks Any builder will tell you that bricklaying can be a tediously slow process – a problem only exacerbated by the current shortage of brickie labourers. While bricks remain the primary cladding product in the market, innovation in materials means that builders now have more choice in...
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