The urban interior design style has to be one of my modern-day faves. I’ve done so many different aesthetics in client homes (and admittedly, my own) over the years, and the urban vibe is undoubtedly on the rise.There’s a lot
Interior design trends 2016; they're landing hard and fast, and now is the time when we decide if we get on board with them or not. Over the past week on the blog, TLC has predicted three big trends to land in 2016, and today the last one, Colour Carnevale, is making its presence known.This is definitely one for the colour lovers, so let's explore it further.
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!
Imagery of new-season furniture and homewares from OZ Design needs to come with a warning; your heart will race and you will get weak at the knees. Have a medic on stand-by for this post, in fact - things are going to get visually breathtaking!I've showcased OZ Design's collections on the blog season after season and one thing they consistently do so well is offer decor solutions to address a variety of tastes. They do this by splitting their range into four style groups (Abode, Global, Coast and Arthouse), each as impressive as the next.
OZ Design has gotten cooler. Not that it wasn’t cool already, of course. But something’s happened over the last year that’s taken it to the next level, don’t you think? I’ve been a fan of this brand’s work for years
I love, love, love discovering new places in the community to eat, drink, shop and play at. Venues with amazing decor make the entire occasion all the more enchanting, which is why The Life Creative’s monthly competition, #DecorDestinations, is here!This is an
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