I’m addicted to coffee and I’m not afraid to admit it. What does pain me though, on this daily quest for caffeine, is the NASA-like skills it requires to operate some coffee machines. I have one at home and I find myself not using it very much, going for the instant coffee instead because it’s just so much easier to navigate.
I won't lie; I get through a typical day with about four or five coffees. It's my vice and I imagine it's going to stay that way for a while to come (who in their right mind gives up coffee?). When I got the chance to sample a new coffee machine from Breville, it was like all my Christmases had come at once - and I haven't looked back.
Juliet Morris' colourful kitchen diner space caught my attention for a few reasons. Yes, the fully stocked bar was one of them, but the punches of colour were also a drawcard. Having lived in this Curtin home with her husband Clive and two children for ten years, Juliet is a clear lover of high voltage hue, allowing her pieces to pop by pairing them with a black and white base.