Occasional chairs are essential for your home, even if you don't use them often. That's why they're called 'occasional', really; they're not necessarily intended to be sat on every day.In my own home, I never sit on my occasional chair, but it
I've been a big fan of Danish design for years now, and couldn't be more delighted to discover a fresh new brand landing on Australian shores. If you're a bit fond of this aesthetic too, prepare to lose your mind as we take a closer look at this some of their dreamy releases.
On the hunt for that one piece of furniture that's going to complete your living room, bedroom or study? Look no further. I've found 8 stunning designer armchairs from across the country, and you'll definitely find it hard to select just one favourite.
I’m always on a budget. For a homewares obsessive like me, that’s often an interesting conundrum. I’ve learnt over my years of decorating, though, that I can still revamp my rooms regularly; I just have to get savvy and look
I adore a good collaboration.Earlier this week I told you all about the glorious partnership between Cotton On and Mark Tuckey (you can read more about that here), and today there's an even more thrilling collaboration taking place locally.NOMI has teamed up with
Teal is perhaps my favourite colour (do not tell Indigo I said that). It's bright and bold without being too whimsical and strikes the perfect balance between blue and green. To celebrate my fondness for this shade, I've hunted out 10 of my fave teal homewares pieces for your online shopping pleasure. Enjoy!
It's no secret that I'm utterly obsessed with colour. I prefer bright decor that screams a little at you as you enter the room. Eye-catching homewares definitely make a statement - and in today's post I'm showcasing 10 of my fave. The Moroccan Ottoman and Chevron Rug you you see above are from Kith & Co (click here to check them out) and below are nine more high-velocity homewares.