Imagery of new-season furniture and homewares from OZ Design needs to come with a warning; your heart will race and you will get weak at the knees. Have a medic on stand-by for this post, in fact - things are going to get visually breathtaking!I've showcased OZ Design's collections on the blog season after season and one thing they consistently do so well is offer decor solutions to address a variety of tastes. They do this by splitting their range into four style groups (Abode, Global, Coast and Arthouse), each as impressive as the next.
The dining room has got to be the most under-utilised area of the home (or am I just eating dinner on the couch way more than I should be?), and I think it has something to do with the lack of attention we give it when it comes to decorating.
Reno Rumble has drawn to a close and the obvious question is... will there be a season two? I'm going to get on top of that ASAP and try to find out how you can enter your home for consideration (loads of you have been asking me this). That is, if there's a season two at all.
Now I don't want to say that House Rules has been disappointing, because some of the spaces revealed so far this season have been truly beautiful. But, I've yet to see a reveal where I thought so many of the rooms were exceptional. Until now. Not perfect, of course, but pretty sublime and really easy to make a few tweaks to in order to correct the shortfalls.
A TLC reader emailed me recently asking for some tips on how to style her dining table.It wasn't until I read the email that I remembered I used to have issues doing this in my own home many moons ago, too.The dining table
House Rules 2015 got off to a great start with its first whole house reveal last night.I have to say, looking at the styled shots of Bronik and Corrine's Victorian home, I'm so freaking impressed with what the five teams
It was last year while travelling in Dubai together that fellow blogger Cintia Gonzalez told me about the colourful wallpaper that dominated her kitchen. I'd told her there and then that I was dying to get a look at the
I hated all things country growing up.As a kid who lived in the western suburbs of Sydney in the late eighties and early nineties, country furniture seemed to dominate my life. I wasn't sure if it was the same case in
Scandinavian design for the home is stunning - there's no denying it.In fact, at a recent Life Instyle event, legendary decorators Colin and Justin told the crowd at their talk, that Scandinavian interior design is still the biggest trend where they