I do love a good peek into the houses of the super-stylish, and the home tour I’m conducting on the blog today can definitely be described as sublime on the style front.
It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with the Real Housewives franchise. Well, three in particular, actually; New York, Beverly Hills and my absolute favourite, Melbourne. Since having moved down to Melbs a few years ago, I’ve only ever seen one
Abigail Ahern's home is the abode decorator dreams are made of. This leading design guru has a house that's just as unique and left-of-centre as she is, and it's my latest interiors obsession.There's no denying that this home has an eclectic
I love a good makeover - especially a real one. Sure, I adore nothing more than flipping through mags and seeing some stunning bedroom styling, but nothing beats the real thing in a real home, completed by people who have a
Call a medic as soon as possible.Those are the words that sprung to mind when I discovered the stunning eclectic apartment in today's post. It's the kind of home that thrills me and saddens me at the same time. Thrills me, clearly,
It was last year while travelling in Dubai together that fellow blogger Cintia Gonzalez told me about the colourful wallpaper that dominated her kitchen. I'd told her there and then that I was dying to get a look at the
I hated all things country growing up.As a kid who lived in the western suburbs of Sydney in the late eighties and early nineties, country furniture seemed to dominate my life. I wasn't sure if it was the same case in
I love a home tour and I love me some IKEA furniture, so when I got the chance to bear witness to both coming together, all my Christmases had come at once.Today's home tour is amazing for two reasons. Firstly,