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Winter is on the way and Autumn is already shaping up to be a chilly one. Personally, I'm on cloud, as I absolutely adore the cold. If you're not as smitten with the cooler seasons as I am, my collection of winter online homewares picks might just win you over.

It's undeniably the best thing to happen to the craft world since Martha Stewart; washi tape is that incredible. In this post, I'm showcasing five fabulous ways to utilise this nifty item to lift the look of your space. This tape is so addictive you'll be washi-ing your entire world in no time!Tape Table Using Washi Tape

Frame your Valentine's Day CardsSo sue me - I love to hold onto things. Though I'm not yet ready to star in an episode of Hoarders, I do like to find ways to upcycle or make something of things - especially if they're special or heartfelt. Case in point - Valentine's Day cards!

Perhaps it's stating the obvious to admit that I'm

Art Nouveau PrintsIn a creative finds post a month or so ago, I told you about my adventures on King Street in Newtown and the glorious art nouveau prints I scored from a street stall for just five bucks a pop. I finally put them up this at home week and they rather look glorious, if I do say so myself.

[caption id="attachment_3582" align="alignnone" width="640"]Coastal Decor - Cushions, Couch and Lamp Achieving a coastal vibe is all about the right tone and texture[/caption]I have to be honest with you, Creatives; I have been into homes where I have seen things I cannot un-see. You know, sand in bottles, shells in jars, Gone Fishin' signs; all of the things that people thought you needed to create a coastal decor vibe. Thankfully, design therapy has taught me that you don't have to be so literal with your decor. If you're looking to channel a coastal vibe, it's simply a matter of using tone and texture - with a little accessorising - no sand in sight!

Orson & Blake Ceramic Bird OrnamentI received some news over the weekend that delighted me to no end. My new fave store - Orson & Blake - is staying at the Supa Centa in Moore Park! I have been in and out of the store a few times since it landed a couple of months ago and this time around I took my camera to snap their unique wares. It's tribal, it's eclectic and it evokes a lovely sense of relaxed luxury; everything a homeswares lover could ever want!

I've said it before; you're either into refurbing furniture