Tag Archives: Home Interiors


Tips & Tricks for Bathroom Ventilation

Your bathroom is the wettest room in your home. Steamy showers, flushing toilets, running sinks, and occasional drips all add up to high humidity. And with major moisture comes potential problems: mould and mildew, a funky smell, peeling wallpaper, paint that chips and scratches easily, and even lifting or splitting...

2019 Trends

If you’re planning on updating or renovating your home this year, here are a few of the home décor trends top interior designers say are going to be big in 2019 and into the twenties. Which do you like best? ROMANTIC INDUSTRIAL Industrial chic has become a long-term trend in...

Hide and Seek

With an ever-increasing number of appliances or technical gadgets in our homes and space at a premium, designers are coming up with creative ways to integrate, hide or have devices perform double duty. Hiding your washing machine and dryer behind bi-fold doors, investing in a fridge with a door that...

Splurge or Save?

What to splurge or save on is a very relative question and eventually comes down to home furnishings budgets and sense of style. Because everyone’s priorities differ slightly there are very few hard-and-fast rules... but generally the longer you want to hold on to a piece of furniture or home...

Green Space

GREEN PLACE Plants elevate a stylish interior into somewhere to rest and rejuvenate and are an affordable way to freshen up your interiors. Here are a few tips to turn your home into a forest filled with fabulous foliage. CUTE CACTUS When selecting a houseplant you're probably looking for something...

The Eames Identity

Americans Charles Eames and his wife, known as Ray, made some of the most significant contributions to the development of modern furniture. Although they also worked in graphic design, architecture, photography, fine art and film; their legacy remains in some of the world’s best-known designs of chairs. The couple wanted...

The Power of One

The best interiors are usually those unafraid to mix and contrast colour, but a new trend has been emerging that is equally as striking.  Layering multiple shades of the same colour in a single room is a look that requires bravery and more than a little taste, but the end...

Scandi Tribe

The tribal design has long been a source of fascination in the world of interiors, with inspiration coming from anywhere between the South American desert to the markets of Morocco. Intricately decorated brass or gold, loads of botanicals or cacti, everything tasseled and bejeweled with pops of colour on patterned...

Natural Ambience

  Using nature-inspired elements in home lighting brings in a touch of the outdoors and adds a textured and warm ambience to an interior.  This Beach Bohemian or the ‘holiday at home’ look is best captured through the use of lighting shades with a focus on natural materials that add...

A Taste of the Trends

If it’s one thing you can be sure of, trends never stand still.  We asked the colour and design experts to give us a taste of what’s trending for 2018/2019. Maximalism Forget minimalism and its constraints. Make a move towards maximalism – one of the hottest styles in interior design....

Luxe for Less

A home that feels expensive pays attention to texture, lighting and feel; is confident in its choices and indulges in items that are not necessarily costly, but exude a rich atmosphere.  These days it is easier than ever to achieve a high-end look in your home for prices within reach....

Marvelous Marble

As a beautiful and natural building material, Marble has been used in home kitchens for generations.  Long associated with luxury, every slab is uniquely patterned by veins of mineral deposits, comes in hundreds of types and a wide variety of natural hues from quarries all over the world. Marble is...