A Modern Bedroom

Simple, natural design was the inspiration for our loft. The warm colour palette, the vaulted ceiling adds an organic and raw aesthetic that complements our lifestyle and functionality of the space. When it comes to the home, I look at adopting a holistic approach to all aspects from the kitchen to the bedroom. Opting for… Continue reading A Modern Bedroom

Shelf styling with Wabi Sabi

Good styling takes some careful thought and process of seeking throughout our homes and around to cultivate objects around us. Find pieces that are inspiring and authentically beautiful, let’s look at the basics of how to begin to style a shelf, with what you have and what you can collect. Think about a colour palette… Continue reading Shelf styling with Wabi Sabi

8 steps to embrace a Wabi-Sabi style in your home

There is a push towards editing our homes in a more simplistic approach, which is why Wabi Sabi seems to be gaining awareness.  The blend of ancient traditions is merging to find a place in modern day living and interiors. Which in essence is a forward approach to merge western and eastern ideas and design… Continue reading 8 steps to embrace a Wabi-Sabi style in your home

How to grow a Rubber Plant Essential Tips:

Part of the Ficus Family – Ficus Elastica - commonly known as the rubber plant is great for your home as it’s quick and easy to maintain and known to improve indoor air quality which eliminates bacteria and mold spores in the air. It’s over sized waxy leaves aesthetically brings in a design element of… Continue reading How to grow a Rubber Plant Essential Tips:

Ogee drop tiles

Have you heard of an ogee? If not, then you probably have seen one, also known as the “fish scale tile”. We see this fun geometric shape used in tile designs and patterns repeated in interiors and architectures. The shape and style is being referred to as Moroccan, however it from the Gothic English style.… Continue reading Ogee drop tiles

Wall Paneling Installations- Dado Rails

Dado rails are a great way to create depth, texture and framing to your wall for interest. In the 19th century dado rails were used to protect walls from getting damaged and would generally keep them at a height of 1200mm. They would serve a number of purposes which would split the wall into 3… Continue reading Wall Paneling Installations- Dado Rails

Contemporary Dinning- Shop the look

High ceilings, thick detailed cornices, white walls and wooden floors are the characteristics of a Victorian style home, making it the perfect fit for a clean contemporary look. Look for pieces in your home that have meaning or are sentimental value to you. Keep your space light and airy with the furniture, add texture and… Continue reading Contemporary Dinning- Shop the look