Ohhh I can hear the reactions already to that headline. Story? “Ha…. let me tell you about the interior of my home, there are toys everywhere, dishes in the sink, the washing needs to be hung out and I need to find something to cook for dinner”. “I haven’t got cushions for the lounge, let alone matching ones and our furniture is soooo old, I would love a new modular lounge but
I wanted to cover the topic of Hygge this month so invited Hygge expert and Interior Designer Sherri Smith from Sherri Smith Interiors who lives on the sunny, Sunshine Coast in Queensland to cover this beautiful topic for us. So go grab yourself a warm drink and a comfy spot on your lounge and let’s launch into what fabulous tips Sherri’s going to impart with us.
Hi There Everyone,
Have you heard of the new decorating style Hygge? It has hit the headlines in recent times
There is a lot of new development and expansion happening across Sydney, we’ve seen the plans advertised on television, through our local communities and you only need to take a drive around Sydney to see growth is happening under our very noses.
I know that my backyard in the Hills District of Sydney is definitely experiencing the growth pains. With new housing developments underway at The Ponds, The Gables, The Hills of Carmel and Halcyon Rise at Box Hill, along with continued development around Rouse Hill, even out toward Windsor at Vermont is experiencing growth. This is obviously great for the building industry.
Building a home can be an exciting and stressful experience all at the same time. There is so much to consider, many decisions to be made, negotiations, liaising with various
The Scandi look has been trending in interior design for a few years now, I think this is because of the casual relaxed feel that this style emulates which marries in perfectly with our laid back Australian lifestyle, but how do you get that gorgeous Scandinavian style into your home? Today I thought I’d share the three key elements that you can apply to get this ever popular look in your home.
Scandi is all about colour palette,
As an interior designer the number one piece of advice I would give anyone that is decorating their home interior is