I love watching the evolution of an interiors trend. One of the big looks that's evolved dramatically the last few years is tropical design.The new incarnation of this classic trend comes courtesy of my friends at Metricon Homes and I absolutely adore
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.It could be a tree you pass on the way to work, a piece of jewellery you wear all the time, an old bowl you have at home, or in my case - random moments I see when I'm out running. And sometimes you're not sure why these moments appeal to you, or why they move you, but they do.
I'm not gonna lie; it requires a lot of guts to slap dramatic wallpaper on your walls. But let me tell you something
The fruity homewares and stationery craze refuses to go away - which is probably a good thing considering I adore the tropical colour story this aesthetic brings to a space. Although I did declare a short while ago that ceramic pineapples are officially over, I never threw all fruits under the bus - and I think they're divine in many respects.
It pains me to admit that I don't remember going to a party as a kid and whacking their pinata. That, or I gave it a few hits, tired of the hard work and went to the open lolly bowl and
In a recent post, I declared that ceramic pineapple homewares had had their time in the decor spotlight. But the pineapple motif spread across other pieces
Dear Ceramic Pineapple, I think it was through a press release from Freedom that first met. I probably gasped aloud and exclaimed to myself that you were the best thing since sliced bread and I couldn’t wait to get my hands