Have you ever stopped to think about how the various rooms in your home are serving you? Are they helping or hindering how you live? Do you find yourself working harder to
Due to the situation that we all find ourselves in at the moment regarding Covid 19 and the importance of social distancing to aid with flattening the curve, many of us are now working from home. With working from home comes a lot of challenges in regards to turning our existing homes, places where we live also into places where we now also work and where our children learn. We no longer have the commute too and home from the office, school and in some cases due to space limitations no space where we can close the door at the end of our workday and move into our living part of our lives rather both work and life are melding together giving us very minimal, much-needed downtime. How can we set up our homes to be good functioning spaces where we can work as well as double as safe havens for us to live and relax in too?
During this new season, we are all navigating maybe you are self-isolating or just choosing to spend more time at home. Maybe it could be the perfect time to give your interior a refresh.
Today let’s look at your kitchen. How about you give it a mini-makeover by doing some simple styling.
We absolutely love this time of year! It’s a time where we celebrate the birth of Jesus (for those that are Christian) and exchange gifts or gather our loved ones around to feast on yummy food and enjoy our beautiful Australian warm sunny weather.
This months post is to help get you and your home Christmas ready. It’s usually around this time of year that we decorate our tree and home for the festive season and I wanted to take the time to share some of my decorating tips with you.
You’ve been decorating your lounge room and something just isn’t working, the space doesn’t feel right. You have your lounges, side tables, matching coffee table, lamps, rug, art, decorator accessories and even an indoor plant (that you’re managing to keep alive) but it all just looks bland the space lacks personality.
The matching coffee table could be something