After some hints on tips when it comes to styling your home? Look no further, because I've joined forces with the interior design team from Metricon Homes to deliver just that; a series of decorating how-to's that'll help you love where you live in no time!
The Block is almost over, people. I'm half devastated not to be recapping it every Monday morning and looking at all of the gorgeous imagery from the reveals, and half relived to have a small breather until the show returns for more in 2016.
When I hosted last month's Tile & Style workshop with The Block's Kyal and Kara, one of the things I discovered was just how many things you can do with tiles.Not that it should really come as a surprise, of course, but feature tiles really can transform a space like no other material can. I filmed a recent video on feature tiles if you'd like to check it out here, but this post it not all about me - it's about these amazing new tiles from stylist Tim Neve.
It was such a mixed bag of rooms this week at The Blocktagon that it's hard to pinpoint a team who were deserving to win. With three spaces to show - study, laundry and powder room - I found most of the teams got some spaces bang on-point while others fell completely flat.As always, I have a different opinion to what the judges had to say, so let's take a look at the five teams' rooms and check out what worked and what didn't.
I don't always agree with the judges on The Block and last night's episode was no different. I was very pleased to see that Whitney and Andy finished their space this time around, although as I said in last Monday's post, I thought that they should have won for their bedroom last week regardless. It showed such promise!
I might be a renter at the moment, but it doesn't stop me from losing my mind over products I intend to put in my dream home. I just have to figure out a way to save money AND still buy oodles of homewares each week and I'll have a deposit in no time!
Feature tiles are my new obsession. Be it in a bathroom, ensuite or kitchen, I love the wow factor they can bring to a space. Geometric ones in particular tend to get my heart racing more than any other variety,