Reno Rumble 2016 has already come to an end. Is it just me or does it feel like this series went crazy fast? In today’s post I’m showing you three of the best spaces from this season’s room reveals. I wonder if you’ll agree with me.
Love a home that’s packed with colour but still retains a sense of sophistication? Look no further than today’s home tour, which belongs to style queen Yvette Wilson from local blog The Stylist Splash.
Stealing design ideas for your own place is best done by looking inside the homes of others. In today’s post, TLC takes a peek at an off the plan Melbourne apartment that’s loaded with on-trend Aussie design.
I’m a firm believer in being inspired by the everyday. I think if you look hard enough, you can pretty much use anything in your everyday life (even the seemingly mundane) to inspire an interior design scheme.These moments are what I call Everday Inspo – and you should use them to inspire room designs in your home!
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.
Kitchens are the new bedrooms. Along with bathrooms, they're the spaces people tend to lose their minds over the most these days. Forget dreamy imagery of bedding, I am living for beautiful benchtops, a well-positioned set of pendant lights and black
Reveals on The Block were always a treat to watch, especially when there were strong (and opposing) opinions from the judges.But Reno Rumble is a different kettle of fish, because the homes belong to real people who have specific needs,
I love a good makeover - especially a real one. Sure, I adore nothing more than flipping through mags and seeing some stunning bedroom styling, but nothing beats the real thing in a real home, completed by people who have a
I’ve loved Supa Centa Moore Park for a long time. I moved to Waterloo back when I was 21 (that’s about 12 years ago now) and first encountered the Centa on a hunt for furniture for my apartment. This was back when