Today I'm serving up a jumbo helping of dark bedroom wall ideas. And the reason is simple: I am so over white walls. I mean seriously, if I see one more home with all-white walls I think I'll fall asleep
I wanted to share some sophisticated master bedroom ideas with you today. The main reason is that there's so much inspiration out there for white and bright rooms. But darker and moodier bedrooms, not so much.The other reason, of course,
There's been a distinct shift in girly interiors the last year or so. The feminine aesthetic is going far darker and a lot moodier. Personally, I couldn't be happier!Now, I know that soft pinks aren't going anywhere anytime soon. I
Flicking through magazines, it's often the dark and moody interiors that capture our interest. It used to be the bright and white rooms, with light flooding in and oodles of sunshine. But as designers like Abigail Ahern began showing us the beauty of a more masculine colour palette a few years back, we've all started to crave them in our homes.
African design has been popular on and off for years now, but most incarnations of it have featured a colour story of blacks, beiges, whites and the occasional pop of burnt orange. Mix in a few animal prints, some leather and a splash of brass and you have a gorgeous - albeit subdued - African interior scheme (take a look at an example here).
Abigail Ahern's home is the abode decorator dreams are made of. This leading design guru has a house that's just as unique and left-of-centre as she is, and it's my latest interiors obsession.There's no denying that this home has an eclectic
The Room Rooms segment goes to the next level this week with these gorgeous before and after pictures of Cathy Elsmore's bedroom. Her home in Paralowie, Adelaide is so beautifully decorated (I've seen many pictures) but my pick for best
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.