There's nothing I love more than discovering a homewares brand I've not met yet.This week, I stumbled across Melbourne biz Neon Pear, and it was all sorts of joy and rapture.If you're a colour lover, and you're fond of bold design,
Have you ever considered a drastic life change? A brand new career direction or moving to another state? I did the latter 12 months ago and it's been a wild ride I completely recommend you try. Let's take a look at what it's been like living in Melbourne and taking TLC to a brand new city.
Aussie artist Matt Stewart is no stranger to The Life Creative. I’ve raved about his work numerous times on the blog before. In today’s post, Matt’s stopped by to tell us about his latest art, and it’s truly amazing!
Last week I read an article in the Herald Sun about Hosier Lane; Melbourne's popular street art pocket, which attracts tourists from around the world and also cops its fair share of criticism.Needless to say, it stirred up some feelings
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.It could be a tree you pass on the way to work, a piece of jewellery you wear all the time, an old bowl you have at home, or in my case - random moments I see when I'm out running. And sometimes you're not sure why these moments appeal to you, or why they move you, but they do.
It's no secret that I'm a colour lover. Sure, I have my moments where I swoon over the subdued and go man for monochrome, but when push comes to shove, I am wild about bold hue.This latest collection from Royal Doulton is pushing my colour-loving buttons like never before.
Be still my beating heart. You know that I adore graffiti, right? And you know that I'm addicted to cushions, right? Well, I never dreamed the two could come together to exist in such perfect harmony, but they have. And it's
I have in the past, on both the blog and on social media, shared my absolute adoration of graffiti and street art. There’s something about it that I feel drawn to. Maybe