It was rewarding to be invited by our longstanding clients to carry out this wonderful project for them, as it is the fourth time we have collaborated.
This double-storey 1930s weatherboard home is set within a lush, classical garden on one of Mission Bay’s most desirable streets.
Located in the heart of Parnell, this grand home is set among large grounds and embodies its owners’ discerning tastes and commitment to quality.
Situated in the heart of St John’s, this property had been cleverly renovated to create a spacious, modern home with plenty of flair.
Our clients had lived in their lovely three-storey, character home for about a year, and wanted to refresh its interior with new paintwork.
What started out as a modest 1950s weatherboard house had been redeveloped into a contemporary home with a beautiful garden.
Our clients were undertaking a major renovation to their beautiful early 1900s homestead and were referred to Wall Treats by their interior designer.
Located on a picturesque street, in between Ponsonby and Herne Bay, this home is a typical miner’s cottage. Its previous owner was an interior designer who had renovated it to a high standard in the 1990s.
The level of finish we achieved for our client led to Wall Treats being awarded Master Painters of the Year in 2009.
This early 1900s weatherboard and shingle home was undergoing a major exterior refurbishment. The entire home needed repainting to a standard that would accentuate its existing features, as well as its newly-added loggia and garage.
This property, a handsome bungalow in Westmere, had been previously renovated however its new paint finish was already cracking and flaking off.
Located in the heart of beautiful Herne Bay, this striking home had been recently renovated however the paintwork (delivered by another house painting company) was already in a poor state.
This owners of this gorgeous Ponsonby villa were referred to us by their neighbour, whose home we had painted three years earlier. They wanted an elegant, classic colour scheme and called on award-winning designer Peter Were, who had created the next door property's palette.
Built in 1908, this bungalow sits on a leafy street in Mt Eden. The interior and grounds had been fully renovated and modernised and it was time to bring the exterior up on par.
This low-rise apartment building in a central Auckland suburb needed a facelift to keep up with the neighbours - modern apartment and townhouse complexes.
The Body Corporate Committee engaged Wall Treats and gave a clear brief. They wanted a high-quality result, minimal disruption to the residents (mostly tenants) and to modernise the building.
This plaster and fibre board clad townhouse in Meadowbank is a great example of interior designer and contractor working together to achieve a great outcome for the client.
This quaint villa in the heart of Devonport looks small from the street, but hides a contemporary two story addition at the back.
This pretty villa was last painted when the homeowners renovated about 10 years ago. Concerned with the previous painter’s unorthodox practices, the homeowners attempted to repaint the house themselves, but eventually decided the job was too big for them.
Architecturally designed and built in the 1980s, this house retains its relevance in today’s architectural landscape - a testament to the vision of both homeowner and architect.
This Remuera townhouse is clad in cedar boards, which were previously stained. Initially, the homeowner wanted to re-stain the cedar boards as this was the look they were familiar with.