I'm yet to meet someone who isn't wooed by the allure of a Scandi interior. I'm a devout colour lover and even I want to re-do my place every time I see this trend implemented to perfection. In this post, I'll show you how to create your own Scandi interior - and in five simple steps, too!
Like wine and cheese or tea and cake, some things just belong together. Such is the case with the timeless design combo's in today's post. These five interior pairings just work - and are a great source of inspiration for some decorating in your own abode. Let's take a look at these interior 'it' couples...
I thought I was pretty colour confident until I got my hands on the amazing Bright Bazaar book and realised just how daring and dramatic Will Taylor is with hue. As a self confessed colour addict (and one of my fave bloggers), his first book showcases the magic that can happen when you truly embrace the fact that colour is your friend.
A floor rug can instantly improve the look of a space like no other decor item can - and on a pretty low budget too, might I add. In today's post I'm sharing some of my fave bright and beautiful rugs. If only I had enough rooms to utilise every one of these beauties - that would be heaven!
I was asked by my sister-in-law recently to help her hunt down some killer splashback tiles for her outdoor kitchen area - and boy did I discover a world of splashbacks I never realised existed. It led me to create this post, which is a collection of my fave 5 splashbacks. Some of which, might I add, I'd love to put in other areas of the home!
I love bold decor that makes a statement and hexagon homewares really play up the drama. Edgier than a round shape but more relaxed than a square, hexagons are hot to trot! Here are 10 hexagonal homewares finds you're going to fall hard for, from lamps to cushions and everything in between.
“Sometimes you have to take a chance on yourself and back yourself,” says Anastasia Kotis, the creative behind local biz White Forest Home. The chapter in her life she’s referring to is the one in which she left her corporate job to pursue her creative dream. It happened in August 2012 - and the Canterbury wife and mum hasn’t looked back.