I put the call out on Instagram last week and asked you what your biggest bug bear was when it came to decorating. One of the issues raised was that of white paint. Specifically, what if you're not a fan of the sometimes stark nature of this colour? And what other options can you splash your walls with? Well, this post should sort you out then; three alternatives to painting your walls white!
I'll tell you something for nothing; lighting is the easiest way to add mood to a room short of having some Barry White within reach. In today's post I'm showcasing ten of my fave pendant lights and lamps; some are classic, some are colourful, and all - without a doubt - have definite wow factor.
Alert the presses, Creatives; I have been converted! Once a lover of all things light and bright in interiors (you know, sunshine and lollipops, a place where it's always spring), this release from style maven Abigail Ahern has given me a wondrous appreciate of interiors with mood. The pictures within this release are somewhat dark, very alluring and quite unlike anything I've laid eyes upon in an interiors book (and you know I have many).
[caption id="attachment_3666" align="alignnone" width="640"] Photo courtesy of Inside Out: Photography by Trevor Tondo/Living Inside[/caption]Sometimes dreams really do come true. The new issue of Inside Out - available now - proved it by including me as one of its Six Blogs to Bookmark. That is, of course, not the only phenomenal thing about this issue, but it certainly helped raise my excitement levels when I got home to rip open my subscription and flick to page 42 to see The Life Creative mentioned!
I was eagerly awaiting the launch of A Place Called Home by Sydney stylist Mr Jason Grant for quite a while - and for many reasons. Firstly, how refreshing to see a home decor book my a male! Secondly, I had seen the front cover of the book splashed over social media and it alone had spoken to me (I have that storage box, I love decorating with red and I adore using pegs to display photos!) Lastly, he's uniquely Australian; what's not to love about a local lad whose spent years working with popular magazines, now releasing a book that chronicles his favourite things?