Today I want to take you inside my most recent project: A modern provincial interior design scheme executed for a fabulous family in Beaconsfield.One of the things I love most about working as an interior designer is the variety. One
Changing Rooms Australia is landing in a matter of months, and the best part of all is that I'm a designer on the show!You know I've been asking the Aussie TV networks for years to do an affordable design show.
Who knew that blogging about decor destinations in and around the CBD the last few years would eventually lead to the Sydney Precincts book being written and photographed by yours truly?
I got to thinking the other day about what led me to become a writer turned blogger turned interior stylist. I mean, surely people don't just wake up one day with creativity and decide to turn it into a career. It
Three years ago today, I hit publish on my first blog post. Who knew that three years later, I'd be hitting publish on post number 1157? (Good Lord that's a lot of blogging).
There's really no slow way to ease into this week's most fabulous news. So let's just jump right in; I'm in the new issue of Real Living magazine! Sharing the story of my design journey at the International School of Colour + Design, this full-page spread has me pinching myself - and also gives a glorious shot-out to my work on this little baby, The Life Creative!
Some weeks in blog land are slow, while others - like the one I just experienced - are as mad as ever. This week saw The Life Creative pop up all over the internet; in magazines, on other blogs and in email blasts. It's an exciting moment for a blogger like me - and does mean that the industry is starting to recognise your efforts (praise the Lord!).[line]
[caption id="attachment_3666" align="alignnone" width="640"] Photo courtesy of Inside Out: Photography by Trevor Tondo/Living Inside[/caption]Sometimes dreams really do come true. The new issue of Inside Out - available now - proved it by including me as one of its Six Blogs to Bookmark. That is, of course, not the only phenomenal thing about this issue, but it certainly helped raise my excitement levels when I got home to rip open my subscription and flick to page 42 to see The Life Creative mentioned!