Last week I gave you a look into OZ Design's new furniture range, which is split into four glorious collections; Arthouse, Coast, Abode and Global. This week, we're going to delve further into the Arthouse collection (my favourite of the four), plus I'll show you how you can work the pieces into your own home with ease!
Coffee tables are an opportunity to do something unexpected in your living room, but all too often we tend to gravitate toward the norm in this area. Well, here's the solution, Creatives; 5 cool and quirky coffee table ideas that throw normal out the window and welcome in the wonderful!
You know I love showcasing the Real Rooms of readers, Creatives, and today's edition is a real show-stopper. Relaxed and casual, the living room of Laura Downie comes to life through its use of minimalistic design and unique furniture pieces. Let's take a closer look inside, shall we?
I've had my much-loved industrial coffee table for a while now (I blogged about this bad boy last year when I first got him) and I must say it's been a lengthy love affair. I posted about him on Instagram recently and got a few people asking where I'd scored him from, so I thought I would give you the lowdown on where he was sourced - as well as a good excuse to look at him again and adore his industrial coffee table beauty!
I did a bit of a clean up on Saturday and thought it might be a good opportunity to show you inside The Life Creative home. After all, the cats were behaving, the sun was shining and I was busy killing time trying to avoid doing homework for my course (procrastination is something I've become very skilled at). So here you go, Creatives, it's not the stuff magazines are made of - but nobody lives in the magazines anyway - so take a squiz and let me know what you think.
1 | I had my socks rocked off this week when I got my hands on this amazing trio of concrete candle holders from Melbourne company Sarai Homewares. Available in a range of colours - including neon - these three holders are made and set in recycled moulds, which is all rather environmentally friendly! The company also stocks my other love - cushions - and more!
I've been through my fair share of coasters over the years. Not only because some of them fall apart, but because it's hard to hone in on a style that feels timeless as well as working from a practical perspective (a cork coaster is a one way ticket to Absorption City). I was a bit overcome when I got my hands on these bad boys from Stone Inspired, then - with a personalised gift inside just for me!