Having studied both design and interior styling, one of the concepts that still intrigues me is the idea of pink being a girly colour or that it belongs only in girls rooms.One of the most interesting things about colour psychology, actually, was realising that we as a society have come to accept certain colour 'truths'. A prime example of this, of course, is the way we've written pink off as a colour strictly for girls.
I love me some local talent, Creatives (you know that), and since moving to Melbourne a few months back I've slowly been immersing myself in all of the homewares and furniture goodness down here - and boy does Melbs know how to rock design. Sorry Sydney.
You know I adore a bargain; nothing gives me greater pleasure than decking my home out for next to nothing. But at the same time, I believe every home needs balance - and that's what mine has.In it you'll find a slew of budget buys alongside designer pieces I've treasured for years, and I like to think that a blend like this makes my humble abode feel resolved and well-rounded.
I love a home tour and I love me some IKEA furniture, so when I got the chance to bear witness to both coming together, all my Christmases had come at once.Today's home tour is amazing for two reasons. Firstly,
I am MAD for pendant lights. Living in a rental apartment, the ability to introduce them is, as you'd imagine, fairly limited. For now, they remain one of those wishlist items for when I finally move into my forever abode.
While I'm sure many of you were all over the fashion during Sex and the City's heyday, I was all about the interiors - and no pad was better than Carrie's!Today on the blog I'm revealing 10 interior design ideas you