I have severe style envy over the decor and furniture pieces in today's Real Room post. This space belongs to TLC reader Penny Sippe and what I love about it is that it truly reflects the people who live there. I always say that this is one of the most important elements of any home and this room nails it perfectly! Let's take a look at why this dining room works so well!
I've always known there was something super stylin' about the people of Melbourne - and these shots from TLC reader Mia Young proves it. Her Cranbourne East home, purchased three years ago, is a mix of sleek teak and pops of punchy colour (and I couldn't be more smitten with it if I tried).
Nothing says 'Summer escape' quite like tropical decor does, and this edition of Real Rooms - featuring the gorgeous home of TLC reader Cathy Scullino - proves this perfectly. Decking out her cottage in the most marvellous coastal homewares and furniture, Cathy has created a space that not only looks amazing but feels cool and casual, too! Let's take a closer look.
Cathy Elsmore has earned enough frequent decor points to be considered an honorary Creative if you ask me; I’ve featured her work on the blog a few times because she’s a talented cookie with the guts to go all out with her decorating choices.
I love quirky art and this week's Real Room features just that; an eclectic living space that embraces interesting art. Not only that, it embraces casual furniture while giving a generous nod to craftiness. It's the home of Canberra Creative Jenna Bain, who like me admits to finding editing a challenge in her home when it's filled with so many much-loved pieces. She also admits that not everything in her space matches perfectly, which I think is what makes this room so good!
You all responded so well to Cathy Elsmore's glorious before-and-after boudoir that I had to do a bit of a back-by-popular-demand scenario and show you another room in her home. This time around, I'm showcasing her lovely living room, which