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.
The world of interior styling is nowhere near as glamorous as one might think, but that doesn't mean that it's not worth all the blood, sweat and tears that go into a shoot. If you've ever wondered what it's really like to work as an interior stylist, here's the lowdown (with bonus tips included on how to become one).
I love me some local talent, Creatives (you know that), and since moving to Melbourne a few months back I've slowly been immersing myself in all of the homewares and furniture goodness down here - and boy does Melbs know how to rock design. Sorry Sydney.
I hate all of my decorating choices and want to start over. There, I said it.Do you ever look around your home and just ponder... what on earth was I thinking when I bought that? Maybe it's just me and the fact that I'm a self confessed decorating addict who gets bored very easily, but I'm officially tired of the majority of the furniture and decor in my home.
I often wonder about the homes featured in magazines. I've seen enough episodes of Next Top Model to know that along with smizing being essential, everything is not as it seems in the world of capturing humans on film.
Some design trends come and go in the blink of an eye, while others remain so popular that they become bankable interior styles year on year.
But how do you figure out what’s in, what’s out and what should’ve never been on our radar to begin with?
Wonder no more; I’ve called in the most in-the-know people in the biz to give us the lowdown on 10 popular interior design trends of the past and present.