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If you're keener than mustard to get your kids room looking as on-trend as the rest of your home, the new wallpaper for kids range from Porters Paints is going to revamp your little one's room in the most whimsical way possible. I'm already clucky just looking at it!

If you're eager to add a bit of theatre to your home this season but popcorn and choc tops are strictly prohibited, the new range of velvet furniture from Incy Interiors has you covered. And it's so breathtaking that I think I need some ventolin! Let's take a closer look.

When Cotton On Kids bedroom goodness lands each season, there are always so many design ideas you can steal for your own abode. And I don't just mean for those of you with kids, either. Looking to the rooms of little ones is a great way to get inspired to create moments in your own boudoir. So let's explore further!

Running a small business in no walk in the park. But what makes one local brand flourish while others flounder? I asked two lovely ladies whose business is going from strength to strength, and the answer might not be what you'd expect.

I have a serious love for elephants and that’s what made me fall in love with Melbourne brand Mumma and Mee.This mother-daughter duo hand make the most adorable elephant cuddle cushions for your little people. If you're looking for nursery ideas, these toys are it!

Having studied both design and interior styling, one of the concepts that still intrigues me is the idea of pink being a girly colour or that it belongs only in girls rooms.One of the most interesting things about colour psychology, actually, was realising that we as a society have come to accept certain colour 'truths'. A prime example of this, of course, is the way we've written pink off as a colour strictly for girls.

The art business is a competitive one. Just ask the ladies behind local brand Minty Prints.

Born in 2012, Casey Divall and Amy Creek’s business celebrates colourful prints with attitude, fun and a little cheek. But getting your name out there takes a while, they discovered.