I was sure that Jo Frost from SuperNanny was a guest this week on The Block. Almost every team had set up a naughty chair in their living room. I checked, and there was no record of Jo in sight, which can only mean the Blockheads were eager to create a nook in the rooms best vantage point. Still, a lot of the naughty chairs felt awkward to me.
Imagery of new-season furniture and homewares from OZ Design needs to come with a warning; your heart will race and you will get weak at the knees. Have a medic on stand-by for this post, in fact - things are going to get visually breathtaking!I've showcased OZ Design's collections on the blog season after season and one thing they consistently do so well is offer decor solutions to address a variety of tastes. They do this by splitting their range into four style groups (Abode, Global, Coast and Arthouse), each as impressive as the next.
If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all. That's a mantra I'm trying to live by lately. But it that were the case, this week's post on the NSW House Rules reveal would be a very quick read.Sadly, the rooms in Steve and Tiana's home left a lot to be desired. Now, I know that when it comes to interior design, if the client's happy, you've done your job. But this is a show about judging rooms from a design perspective and there were a lot of shortfalls.
As you may well know, OZ Design's new spring furniture pieces are split into four unique collections; Abode, Arthouse, Coast and their new offering - Global. Strap yourself in and prepare to swoon as I show you the best bits from the Global range. It's superior craftsmanship meets divine design in this collection, with more wow moments than you can poke a tapered leg at!