I find trend forecasting really fascinating; discovering where interior design styles originate, how they work their way into the market and how we interpret them for our own homes once they land.A few year's back, leading trend forecaster Victoria Redshaw said
I can't even go into how sad I'm going to be when Game of Thrones ends.But I am slightly comforted by the fact that there's an interiors trend emerging as a result of shows like Game of Thrones and Vikings.
Call a medic as soon as possible.Those are the words that sprung to mind when I discovered the stunning eclectic apartment in today's post. It's the kind of home that thrills me and saddens me at the same time. Thrills me, clearly,
I hated all things country growing up.As a kid who lived in the western suburbs of Sydney in the late eighties and early nineties, country furniture seemed to dominate my life. I wasn't sure if it was the same case in
It's no secret that I love colour. Sometimes, though, I can't help but be seduced by the subdued palette French interiors are know for. The images in this post are so captivating that even the most diehard colour lovers would go weak at the knees over them. They're all contained in the new issue of Country Home Ideas magazine - and I can't get enough!
The recent revamp of Marly Bar in Newtown has made it the suburb’s new go-to destination. While the frontage of the bar seems to have retained its traditional look and feel, the side and back of the bar has been transformed into a delightful oasis that I had to start snapping the moment I walked in. Shall we take a little tour of this wondrous watering hole? I think we shall!