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nathan cayless 420x0Renovation queens Erin Cayless, Lana Taylor and Bonnie Hindmarsh shed the WAG label
THEY’RE the wives of three of the Parramatta Eels’ most recognisable players. Just don’t call Erin Cayless, Lana Taylor and Bonnie Hindmarsh WAGs.
After starting a boutique renovation business known as Three Birds Renovations together, these hard-working women are determined to make a name for themselves.
“We’re grateful for our husbands’ support but we haven’t used them to promote the business,” says Erin. “We watched them follow their dreams and we’ve been there for them but now it’s time for us to have a go. This is the next chapter for us.”
Since the 2014 launch of Three Birds Renovations, the trio has bought, renovated and sold three houses in Sydney’s northwest — while strictly adhering to a short turnaround rule for each of the properties.
While they’re not taking on any external client work at this stage, their project management and styling skills speak for themselves — the trio made $375,000 on their latest property after a renovation that cost approximately $160,000 and took them just seven weeks to complete.
It may not be long before this talented trio are tempted to use their skills to help other owners dramatically increase the value of their homes.

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