Inspiration Project Gallery
Making your project the hero
Congratulations! Your project is finished, so now it’s time to celebrate!
We love showcasing beautiful bathrooms, kitchens, laundries and outdoor living rooms and we’re excited to share yours, too.
In addition to photos of your space, there are a few more things you’ll need to have ready to submit your project. Before you get started, make sure you arm yourself with:
- Project Details: What you were hoping to achieve and how you went about it. We love to hear the story behind your project!
- Your Squad: Names and details of any people who were involved in your project. This could include plumbers and builders right through to architects and designers.
- Floorplan: If you’ve got access to it, we’d love to see the drawn plans you worked on with your builder, plumber or consultant.
How it works
Simply fill out this form with all of your details, then upload your photography, floorplan and product list and hit submit. Our team will review your submission and get back to you if there’s anything missing or any further information they require.
If successful, your project will be uploaded onto the gallery within 2-4 weeks of receiving your submission. You’ll receive an email notifying you of this.
What we’re looking for
As this is a Reece Project Gallery, projects with Reece product featured will be favoured over others. Our gallery is predominantly image based, which means we’re looking for high quality photography. See below for some notes on how to make the best of your photos.
We’ve got a few tips to help you take a great photo in the most challenging of circumstances.
Set up a tripod: A shaky hand can spoil the best photography set up. Take the guess work out of it by setting up a tripod – or get creative with chairs and other furniture if you don’t have access to one.
No selfie zone: Always check to make sure you can’t see yourself or the camera in any reflective surfaces like mirrors or windows.
Work your angles: Find the best angle of the room to shoot. Try from each corner – if the layout allows – to find your room’s best look.
Glare reduction: Glare from the sun bouncing off reflective surfaces can make a mess of your photography. Soften the brightness with a curtain or blind, or even a thin sheet of tracing paper over the window.
It’s all in the detail: If the full width shots aren’t working for you, look to the small details such as fixtures, accessories or tiling.
Let’s get started.