Interior design style trends are always changing. Whether it’s the rise of biophilic design. Or the modern industrial style bursting onto the scene. Or simply the natural style evolution.
It's easy to feel like you are forever in the laundry, and you could be right. The average Australian family does four loads of washing a week, which means at least 3 hours spent in the laundry, washing, drying, and folding. Here’s our 5 top tips for creating an organised and efficient laundry
Hamptons styling has fast become one of the most beautiful ways to style your home. The clean lines and coastal aesthetic lend themselves perfectly to Queensland homes. It is a look that many of clients are drawn to. See how to achieve this look with our guide to Hamptons style.
Choosing a fireplace is so much more than gaining a source of heat, it is the ultimate luxury indulgence for ambience and comfort. Since ancient times we naturally gravitate towards fires, so it makes sense that installing a fireplace is a wonderful addition to any home.
One question on everyone’s lips this year is how can I best connect my space to nature? Creating a magazine worthy indoor space should incorporate links to nature. If a global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we really love the outdoors and thrive when we have plants and greenery indoors. What is biophilic design?
The global pandemic has had a huge effect on the way we use our living spaces and the value we place on our home environment. Our lives have had to adapt to work and living spaces becoming more integrated and we have had a good hard look at how being inside our home makes us feel. These 5 Interior Design Trends will really develop over 2021 as we decompress from a truly extraordinary year. If you’re thinking about renovating this is the year to do it.