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, 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… Read more »
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.
One of the hardest parts of changing up your interiors is choosing a new colour scheme. It may be difficult but interior colour direction is such an important part of a holistic design that flows beautifully throughout your home.
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.
It’s the time of year where everyone is starting to think about what they want to do to their homes for the year. Personally, I am currently in the midst of planning my own kitchen renovation.
With the end of the year nearly upon us we’re beginning to think about 2017 and what it will bring in the way of colours, textures and design trends. Pantone has released their predictions for next year so it’s time to get day dreaming with a few of our favourites below.
Inside Out Magazine recently featured one of CG Design’s favourite work spaces in an article design 101: the 5 rules of a productive home office. “Think about your home’s overall style. Your home office shouldn’t look too different from the rest of your house – if you have a Hamptons-style beach house, don’t go for an industrial desk and… Read more »
CG recently made the always enjoyable trip to Melbourne to attend the DEN Fair.
Last week I went to Maison & Objet Singapore. It is always great to see the latest trends from Europe and Asia and also be inspired by Singapore itself, a city full of amazing architecture and design both new & old.
Our guest blogger Northern NSW based Artist & Stylist Marijke Collins talks of the Pantone 2016 colours and their relationship with the palettes used by Australian artists.