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Web series renovators use surface selections to striking effect

Home renovating tv stars choose Dekton and Silestone for key surfaces in hit web series

Professional renovators Bec and George Douros’ eight-part web series  Nick’s Place has wrapped and the transformation of George’s childhood home – built by his dad Nick in the 1970s – into two three-bedroom townhouses is a dramatic one.

The couple worked with architect Sam Haberle, of S Group, on the project – which retained the soul of the home while creating two socially responsible townhouses. One townhouse is Nick’s new home, and the other is for George’s brother, Michael.   


The tv-star renovators used Dekton® by Cosentino in both kitchens and Silestone by Cosentino in one bathroom, visiting the Cosentino showroom to discuss options.

The transformation of Nick’s kitchen was one of the series’ highlights, with a green and textured palette chosen in keeping with the original 1970s vibe. The Dekton Vera selected for the benchtops, has a concrete look – complementing the green joinery and painted white bricks.

The kitchen in the second townhouse is more monochromatic with black, white and neutral tones. Here, the attractive veining of Dekton Portum for the benchtop, splashback and hood is a key feature.

Bec chose a slab of Silestone® in colour Serena, another surface by Cosentino, for the soft palette in this home’s bathroom.

You can still watch the series on Bec and George’s own Nectaar TV at www.nectaar.com.au. For more on Dekton and Silestone by Cosentino head online: www.cosentino.com/en-nz/

Story by: Trendsideas

30 Sep, 2020