There’s a mountain growing in our shed, leaning slightly to the left and it’s made from garden pots. I’ve been handed down pots of every shape and size, utilised some throughout our garden and now have a collection of ill-fitting
I get so excited when readers send me their craft projects and today I've got a DIY cement pot recipe from local creative Aja Scarborough. As you may well know, concrete and cement homewares are my latest obsession, so to
The bathroom and kitchen are two zones that age the quickest in a home and are often the first places potential buyers look to when they're inspecting your abode. Today's post is unveiling the budget solution that'll transform these areas without you having to spend much mula - and giving you a fresh new perspective in the process!
I've officially lost my mind and I don't think it's coming back. I've just discovered removable Rustoleum spray paint that allows you to create a dipped effect on pots as well as other homewares pieces and furniture. I best tell my partner that everything in the house is about to get dipped (it's only fair to give him warning).
What happens when creative employees at a Sydney PR firm get the go ahead from management to give the wall of their kitchen some sprucing up? This graffiti makeover from the team at Ogilvy! Get a load of the spray-painting journey and ooh and ahh at the end result below!
I've shared my love for graffiti and street art on the blog before, because I love the impact it can make in a neighbourhood when executed properly. Living on the border of Newtown has exposed me to so much amazing street style, and I'm so glad it's finally coming indoors so we can benefit from its edginess. Let's take a look at some amazing graffiti interiors!
Fun fact: Rococo design first came about in 17th Century France. Known for their elegance, fine detail and decorative accents, the pieces of furniture to come out of this era are popping up again in interiors - but with a