Bedrooms are a sanctuary, right? Well, they're meant to be, anyway. If your boudoir is in need of a revamp, this post has come to your rescue. I'm sharing a bedroom makeover performed by TLC reader and style master Cathy Elsmore - and the results are pretty amazing, as you'll see!
You 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.
It's no secret that I love colour. Sometimes, though, I can't help but be seduced by the subdued palette French interiors are know for. The images in this post are so captivating that even the most diehard colour lovers would go weak at the knees over them. They're all contained in the new issue of Country Home Ideas magazine - and I can't get enough!
My obsession with cushions is a well documented one (no need for an intervention just yet), so I simply had to share these new releases with you from local business Shakiraaz. Shakira Lima - the talented Melbournite behind the brand - has been labouring away for months on four unique designs, which I'm crushing on like a tween on Beiber and will be showing you today in this colourful post!
For lovers of a soft and subdued decor scheme that offers interest through texture rather than tone, the eclectic African decor vibe had you covered. This interiors trend is all about utilising materials in a way that makes a space sophisticated and stylish, creating a room that feels calm and carefully curated (and on a side note, how dreamy is that bedhead?!).
A few weeks back, I hit the road to Jervis Bay for the weekend in search of sun and sand (and a drop of Savvy B, of course). I knew all about Indigo Love prior to going as I had the pleasure of visiting this Huskisson store on my last trip down the South Coast of Sydney a year or so ago. This time was different; this time I had my camera in hand so I could snap the store in all its glory.
For as long as I can remember I have loved everything about Britain. And no, it has nothing to do with that Union Jack dress Ginger Spice wore at the Brits that time (though I’m sure it helped). There is just something so wonderfully charming about British homewares. Founder of SE10 Gallery, Sam Cannell, clearly shares my fondness for all things UK, because she’s opened a gorgeous online homewares store that celebrates it!