Hi, we're Courtney Adamo & Natalie Walton
Between us, we have renovated 12 projects, covering a range of home styles, scopes, budgets and locations. We know firsthand that when you’re planning a home renovation, it can be hard to get straight answers and work out what you really need to know. We want to change that.
We started Renovation Ready to share our hard-earned knowledge with you so that you don’t have to go through the trials and tribulations that we did. We can't wait to guide you through the entire renovation process, and simplify all the decisions you need to make, as well as share what to avoid, and what you need to focus on to get your renovation right.
Courtney Adamo has renovated two homes in two different countries, designed and built a garden studio, and most recently finished building a new holiday home from the ground up. She’s learned so much from these various projects and wants to share this knowledge with you, including the mistakes to avoid.
She’s a creative businesswoman, journalist, author and content creator and has been writing and sharing online for the last 15 years. Courtney is a mother of five and lives with her family in Byron Bay, Australia.
Natalie Walton wants to help you create a home and life you love. She is a bestselling author, leading interior stylist and designer, helping clients around the world with their homes, and has more than 15 years’ industry experience. Her work has been featured in publications across the globe, including Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Elle Decoration, Martha Stewart Living, Belle and more.
You may know her from her bestselling books: This is Home: The Art of Simple Living, Still: The Slow Home, Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home and Home by the Sea: The Surf Shacks and Hinterland Hideaways of Byron Bay.
Natalie is a mother of four and lives with her family in Byron Bay, Australia.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
We would like to acknowledge and pay our respects to the Arakwal people of the Bundjalung Nations, the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.