The familiar Spring itch- it’s a new season, the weather is changing, and all of a sudden you’re looking to give your home a facelift; nothing too drastic, just a… Read More.
Each time I look at this interior, my heart softens and I smile gently at what has been created in this st. kilda apartment renovation. For me, the stand-out elements… Read More.
Linen had its brand tarnished back in the 80's when 'middle-aged fashionable men' used it to be stylish in warmer climates, but the reality is that when it's used indoors… Read More.
After the recent release of the delectable Oscar fabric collection from Elliott Clarke, we asked the designer Sebastian Nash to give us the low down on the processes involved, the… Read More.
There is a certain romance about an interior space which has been tented in fabric. I’m not sure whether this comes from references of campaign safari sites in Africa or… Read More.
As an Interior Designer I often get asked by clients “what should I select for my walls, they are so bare?” It’s personal Artwork is so personal with the style,… Read More.
Chesterfields are one of my favourite sofa styles. Sure there are some bad ones out there that scream ‘80’s lawyer trying to look smooth’ but the reality is that the… Read More.
One of the biggest furniture investments people make is in upholstery and it’s probably one of the least understood too. Usually people can justify skimping on good upholstery with: “I’m… Read More.
Our homes should evolve and change with us. This means changing them relatively often – as we do. Pity that our salaries don’t always change as fast as our desire… Read More.
As much as I love to see a great big punch of flowers in a house, sometimes they can look overwhelming and a little contrived. As an alternative I would… Read More.
I’m not a pot smoker, but I do envy their relaxed demeanour and chilled attitude – If you’re like me then I’ve got the solution. Green out the legal way… Read More.
A skull tattoo – ‘mmm, not so good’ – but a Skull in your interior is cool, bringing your dark side out and aesthetically breaking straight lines. Stone, timber, rock,… Read More.
How important is comfort when it comes to creating an outdoor entertaining space and what should you look for when buying outdoor furniture? Comfort is key. The depth of a… Read More.
While visiting some of the best vintage dealers in LA and New York I began to get a real understanding of why the world cherishes vintage pieces of mid century… Read More.
Styling your home for sale isn’t as straight forward as you might think, it’s a specialised type of design that if done right can earn you hundreds of thousands more… Read More.
How do you know a timeless Design? It is the enduring and cohesive mix of function, style and form, classic lines and shapes that have been replicated over time that… Read More.