If kicking back on your own luxury banana lounge with a cocktail in hand sounds like your kinda thing, you need to get all over the reinvented InterContinental Hotel in Sydney's Double Bay. With a rooftop deck overlooking the harbour and some other very sophisticated inclusions planned for the redevelopment, it's set to be the city's new go-to destination for relaxation and grandeur.
Last week I gave you a look into OZ Design's new furniture range, which is split into four glorious collections; Arthouse, Coast, Abode and Global. This week, we're going to delve further into the Arthouse collection (my favourite of the four), plus I'll show you how you can work the pieces into your own home with ease!
Homewares purchase anxiety hits without warning. You're wandering through the store with a burning desire to get something new for your space. Out of nowhere, you spot the 'marked down' sign. A state of ecstasy begins within.Then, you see the
I'm a big believer in personalisation. I don't want something that everyone else has. Thankfully, there are very easy ways to take mass-produced items and make them your own. This mood board makeover is a classic example. The original magnet
It's safe to say that nothing will keep me away from my love of styling. When I was offered the chance to attend the Temple & Webster styling workshop at the International School of Colour and Design on Saturday, not even the wet and wild Sydney weather could hold me back. Not only did I walk away with the tools to complete my living room look, but I got to meet Temple & Webster superstar (and my personal interiors icons) Karen McCartney. Cue the crazy fan moment!
For so long, I've been eager to become more than just someone who was utterly obsessed with interior design. Recently, while flicking through my Real Living magazine, I came across an advert for iscd (international school of colour + design). I took the first step toward my dream of becoming a fully-fledged stylist and shot them an email.