“Sometimes you have to take a chance on yourself and back yourself,” says Anastasia Kotis, the creative behind local biz White Forest Home. The chapter in her life she’s referring to is the one in which she left her corporate job to pursue her creative dream. It happened in August 2012 - and the Canterbury wife and mum hasn’t looked back.
I have to be honest and admit that my bathroom is the most neglected room in my home. That was, of course, until the team at Howards Storage World sprinkled some of their organisational magic over this left-behind area; transforming it into a ship-shape space that I’m now smitten with!I think it’s all about utilising the area effectively when it comes to the bathroom. It’s often the smallest room in the home, after all. So if you’re feeling a bit cramped in this zone, here are some ideas to revitalise the space and open it up for Autumn.
Autumn is definitely the time to curl up with a mug of Jarrah (as Kath & Kim would say) and doing so in style is an absolute must, of course! In this post I'm sharing 10 of my fave quirky
Homewares purchase anxiety hits without warning. You're wandering through the store with a burning desire to get something new for your space. Out of nowhere, you spot the 'marked down' sign. A state of ecstasy begins within.Then, you see the
Turns out I was on the money when I predicted that orange and grey were the undeniable colour couple for Autumn. Get a load of how good they're working together in this room! Enough of that, though; this post is all about the glorious retro furniture pieces that are capturing my attention in this pic.
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m smitten with Oz Design; I’ve featured their glorious homewares on the blog before. As Autumn hits, though, it’s all about the furniture. And the better news, dear Creatives: they’re celebrating 35 years in the industry by giving away a divine Chandon armchair!
I’m in love with Urban Couture. There, I said it! Not only is this one-stop destination for interiors and homewares stunning to look at and shop in, but a percentage of profits is donated to the RSPCA. “I think in my past life I may have been a dog myself,” Tom Towhidi - one half of the team behind the brand - tells me.