• Interiors

    Inspired by Abstract Art

    Art is often one of the most over looked items that can really add a lot to any home. I've been to many friends places with bare walls one day and art another and the transformation really is huge....

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    Style Stakes: Get Wired

    Wire furniture is another style element I've been seeing pop up everywhere over the past few months, from Instagram to high end magazines and now furniture home-wares stores such as...

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    Colour of the week – Burgundy

    While it's no secret that I'm not the biggest fan of the colour red, I definitely can appreciate it's beauty when used in varying shades. Blush, pink, burgundy or cherry all take preference to me over a true red, but it is darker shades that really stand their own - especially in Winter.

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    A cushy world – Winter Cushion Combinations

    When I think of winter, I think of rich textures, warm colours, lots of layers and a sweet comfy spot to snuggle up into. Fragrant spices like turmeric, paprika or cinnamon give me the feeling of warmth and it's these colours that often inspire my winter colour palettes...

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    Style Stakes: Sheepskin Rugs

    If there is one thing I've learnt about rugging up for the cooler months, it's the more texture the better. While spring and summer are all about colour, autumn & winter are all about layers. So it's no surprise that over the past few months...

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    Inspired by Easter

    In this day and age, we are so blessed to have many holidays to enjoy and celebrate. Easter is probably my favourite holiday of them all, being so meaningful and huge part of my faith – It is the holiday we celebrate because it changed our lives forever when Jesus sacrificed his life for us. Funnily enough at some point this incredible act of God turned into Easter bunnies and chocolate Eggs, I’m not quite sure how that happened but either way I am exceptionally thankful for the holiday (and the chocolate that comes with). As with every opportunity, over the past few years Easter Décor has really taken off. Where there was once a couple of baskets in…

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    A Cushy World: Autumn Cushion Combinations

    Now that we’re stepping into Autumn, nights are starting to get a little cooler and the thought of snuggling up on the couch with a good book or movie is becoming more appealing. Snuggling up with lots of cushions (and a great blanket) is definitely the best way and about this time of year I think it’s nice to swap out the summer brights for something a bit more seasonal. The added bonus is, updating your cushions is bar far one of the easiest and most effective ways to change the overall theme of a living space. I have my year round cushions of choice – generally neutrals that can tie in with a variety of colours, patterns…

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    Casual Elegance

    If I were into fashion as much as I am interiors, this would be my style icon. Actually Julia Engel is already my style icon, but she inspires me in other ways. Her blog Gal Meets Glam is one of my most frequented and I’m always dying to steal every outfit she wears. But I’m not here to talk about fashion, I’m here for interiors. So how on earth do these two relate? Julia’s site and style inspires me in a way that I would love to inspire people with their interiors. Everyone has different tastes, but one style that resonates closest with me would have to be casual elegance, and…

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    Styling a bookshelf

    We all have shelves, often filled with not just books but also life’s little trinkets that when not displayed properly can end up look like messy clutter. Whether you have an open bookcase, something with glass doors or a storage unit with solid doors – the difference between having those shelves well organised and styled or not can be quite significant. So here are a few tips to make your book case more appealing. Mix small and large items – Mixing in variety of items in different sizes gives your book case a sense of scale. It’s a knack that can be quite difficult to achieve, but it’s a process that will evolve…