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I'm going to go out on a limb here (a generalised limb) and say that dads are hard to buy for. I find Mother's Day so much easier when it comes to gift giving, but Father's Day tends to be tricky.Do not default to socks this year though; they are strictly off-limits. I think there are ways to keep the budget low, while still finding a rocking gift that your dad will love.

You know I go cuckoo over colour - and Typo's new pieces from The Hall range do feature a fair bit of it. But I was so won over by their black and white decor when I saw it in-person last week that I felt it needed a moment of its own, which is what this post is; let's appreciate the best monochromatic morsels from The Hall's new homewares collection!

I have severe style envy over the decor and furniture pieces in today's Real Room post. This space belongs to TLC reader Penny Sippe and what I love about it is that it truly reflects the people who live there. I always say that this is one of the most important elements of any home and this room nails it perfectly! Let's take a look at why this dining room works so well!

I’ve become a bit captivated by Kim Leutwyler art. Not only are the styles so varied, but the range of surfaces you can spread them across is pretty amazing, too; prints, cards, mugs, cushions, clocks, iPhone cases and more. It’s a union between art and homewares that is an undeniable match made in heaven!

There's something so effortlessly chic about black homewares. As a colour lover, I'm so often tempted to pair everything back in my home and create a dark and moody vibe with black decor. The urge happens every time I see stunning homewares like the ones in this post. That's the power of a black decor find!

Clickon Furniture - Orange Couch and ArtYou can never have too much of a good thing I always say, which is why I simply had to pull into the Clickon Furniture showroom in Rosebery last week for another look around (I toured there last year). What I uncovered was nothing short of stunning; new stock, old faves and some left-of-centre moments.