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Last week I gave you a look into OZ Design's new furniture range, which is split into four glorious collections; Arthouse, Coast, Abode and Global. This week, we're going to delve further into the Arthouse collection (my favourite of the four), plus I'll show you how you can work the pieces into your own home with ease!

Confession: I've always had a bit of a thing for OZ Design. The 'choose your own adventure' aspect of their furniture, where you can customise some of the pieces to suit your space, has always appealed to me. After I cast my eyes over their Spring Summer 14/15 Collections, I'm certain it's love. Let's take a closer look at some stunning new releases!

Designer Furniture from Oz Design

My number one rule is to never follow trends too closely. Instead, I like to do what I call 'interior grazing'; grabbing a few nibbles from every scheme that appeals to me. Doing this creates a room that feels balance and won't date. This post is going to explain my philosophy further!

Vamp Retro Furniture - Oz Design - The Life CreativeTurns out I was on the money when I predicted that orange and grey were the undeniable colour couple for Autumn. Get a load of how good they're working together in this room! Enough of that, though; this post is all about the glorious retro furniture pieces that are capturing my attention in this pic.

Federation Buffet from Oz DesignI’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m smitten with Oz Design; I’ve featured their glorious homewares on the blog before. As Autumn hits, though, it’s all about the furniture. And the better news, dear Creatives: they’re celebrating 35 years in the industry by giving away a divine Chandon armchair!

Some weeks in blog land are slow, while others - like the one I just experienced - are as mad as ever. This week saw The Life Creative pop up all over the internet; in magazines, on other blogs and in email blasts. It's an exciting moment for a blogger like me - and does mean that the industry is starting to recognise your efforts (praise the Lord!).[line]Chris Carroll - The Life Creative - Adore Home Magazine