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Interior wellness, design and travel notes from Australia
Easter in our home has always been a time of reconnecting and relaxing. Its time spent together, whether indoors or out, but most importantly just being.
Our annual get together – we so look forward to this evening after all the christmas chaos has settled and we can really relish the year ahead. Its a chance to catchup with clients, our tradies who look after us year round, and industry mates who we never seem to have enough spare time to play with. We look forward to this like date night.
You know what you like, and you know what you don’t like. Sometimes, you just have to get it made.
We celebrated the end of year with a casual lunch at home, cheese, wine, and our little ones in tow. Heres to 2015 x
Spike, as he was affectionately known, was my larger than life grandfather. He was an incredible artistian and could work wonders with leather. He could create beautifully hand crafted pieces ranging from simple belts to complex bags, clothing and saddles. He made me...
Living in the cold, Japanese town of Sapporo, playing outside has its limits. Winters welcome heavy snowfall that reaches up to 5 metres high making a play at the local park unlikely during this season.
Nothings better than curling up with a hot chocolate, a big chunky throw and a good book. I flick my lamps on and instantly my home seems to glow and cosiness fills every corner.
Some beautifully styled images of our GatherKids pieces over on the Carpet Call blog today. Head over for some colour inspiration for your childs room. Read the full article here.
Carpet Call styling up a storm on their blog today. Great to be included alongside loads of gorgeous brands. Read the full article here.
We are always talking multi-purpose furniture around here. Its our way of designing with longevity in mind. If I am (on behalf of my client) to invest in a piece of furniture, I question what I’m going to do with it later. Later when I’m re-decorating, later when the trends change, later when I’m bored with it, or just later when the kids have outgrown it.
Photography: Steve Backs Ariel view of Hutt Lagoon in Western Australia.
Design by No Glitter, No Glory and architect Dieter Vander Velpen. Loving the monochromatic details in this renovated bathroom. See the before pic below for a small room transformation. ...
It feels not that long ago that we renovated our tiny two bedroom miners cottage and created a still small, but comfortable, 3.5 bedroom home. The point-five room was always intended to be used as our master ensuite (when the inevitable time and money permitted). However, instincts of our family of four not ‘being done’ finally won out. Against all logic of having way too much going on in our life, we went ahead anyway and added to our little family.
We believe defining the style of a home needn’t stop at little ones rooms.