Aussie artist Matt Stewart is no stranger to The Life Creative. I’ve raved about his work numerous times on the blog before. In today’s post, Matt’s stopped by to tell us about his latest art, and it’s truly amazing!
What is a mood board and why do I need one? If it’s a question you’ve been pondering, wonder no more. I’m not only going to explain why a mood board is important, but I’ll introduce you to a new variety you’ll have kittens over.
Nothing gives me pangs of joy and rapture more than discovering a new homewares brand. When that brand is Aussie, when its products are packed with colour, and when the creator is a Melbournian, my happiness level reaches fever-pitch.
Interior design trends 2016; they're landing hard and fast, and now is the time when we decide if we get on board with them or not. Over the past week on the blog, TLC has predicted three big trends to land in 2016, and today the last one, Colour Carnevale, is making its presence known.This is definitely one for the colour lovers, so let's explore it further.
We may be fickle creatures; ready to toss one decorating trend aside the moment another shiny object is put in front of us. But when it comes to marble - and in particular marble homewares - it looks as though this
I’ve always been a bit infatuated with the Turkish Towel. I got one as a present for my friend Jess last year and the softness of it was just in another realm altogether; the kind of softness that compels you to put it to your face, like you would a puppy or kitten.
If you're a colour lover and you adore supporting local, the homewares from this Aussie brand are going to cause you some serious heart palpitations (in the best way possible, of course!).
I was just saying the other day on the blog that the coastal interior is being reinvented.We're moving away from those more nautical influences like anchors, blue and white stripes and boats, and embracing a more tropical, lush and zesty aesthetic (think palm trees and mojitos).
I have 39 candles in my home right now. Well, 39 that I can see, anyway.I'm pretty positive there could be more hidden away in drawers, cupboards and behind books on shelves. But yes