With the summer months fast approaching, it’s time to pack away those blankets and start thinking about our outdoor living spaces. These areas get a little neglected during winter and now is the perfect time to spruce them up before the entertaining season starts.
It’s so easy for a house to become overrun with clutter, and there’s some great storage solutions on the market to help organise your space. But if you think about your storage needs in the planning stages of a renovation, you can take advantage of often underutilised space.
As a small child I ate a poisonous indoor plant which I think is the reason that for so many years I was very anti the indoor plant and didn’t realise the positive impact plants for offices and houses have on people. But alas I have come around and even find myself hunting down the best options to add to my home. The strong trend towards indoor plants is not only an aesthetic one –
Whether you’re re-designing your kitchen or even bathroom, photographic art can find it’s place on your wall. Gone are the days of cheesy sunset shots over the beach being your only option for photo art. With so many new artists popping up over the last few years, photos can be a really gorgeous addition to your art collection.
If you’re on Instagram no doubt you’ve seen all that Northern New South Wales has to offer those with a discerning eye for detail and design. If you’re planning a day trip to the region, you’re going to want to extend it after reading through this divine list of stops along the way.
Recently I wrote about ways to avoid as much stress as possible during a kitchen renovation. As I am currently planning my own kitchen renovation in my Brisbane home and doing my own research I thought I’d share with you my top five kitchen design trends for 2017.