House of the Week
A colourful Island Bay renovation was designed to meet the needs of three generations.
It took Diana 30 years to convince her husband to move to Devonport, but it was worth it.
Grown-ups can have tree houses, too, and that was the aim for the owners of this Nelson home.
Rural seclusion meets industrial chic in a designer's North Canterbury retreat.
In rural Waikato is a country farmhouse that has been renovated with plenty of TLC.
Be 'green with envy' of this house on Auckland's North Shore.
A careful renovation of an original 1890's cottage has this couple sitting pretty in the heart of Canterbury.
Both inside and out, this alpine Canterbury home has all the right elements.
Oh we do love to live beside the seaside, in the sunny Wellington village of Eastbourne.
While thinking outside the square, these home owners chose a box as their Island bach.
There was a time when Alfred Dell'Ario was a stark minimalist, but he is now no longer that person.
This 1930s villa in Kelburn, Wellington used to be cold, dark and in need of repair: now it's a beauty.
A light-filled cube of a house in Auckland's Mt Eden is a perfect fit for a photographer and a part-time sculptor.
Adults and children alike run free on this lovely country home on the outskirts of Gisborne.
Sprawling across 840 square metres, there's plenty of room for guests - the problem is they'll never want to leave.
This couple spent almost a year sourcing design inspiration for their dream home, and the result is impressive.